Cheap Flights from San Diego International to Honolulu International in 2019
Flight information San Diego International to Honolulu International
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Fly from San Diego International Airport to Honolulu International Airport
If you are planning a couples or family getaway, Hawaii offers relaxation, picturesque landscapes and endless activities in a family-friendly and romantic environment. All major domestic carriers such as Delta, United and American Airlines offer service from San Diego to Honolulu. Only Alaska Air and Hawaiian Airlines operate nonstop flights from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Flight time from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Honolulu International Airport (HNL) generally takes about six hours.
Facilities at Honolulu International Airport
Honolulu International Airport has three terminals for departures and arrivals: the Overseas Terminal, the Inter-island Terminal and the Commuter Terminal. Your flight from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Honolulu International Airport (HNL) will arrive at the Overseas Terminal. If you need to transfer between terminals, the airport offers a free shuttle for transportation between gates and terminals. Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise and National Car Rentals are available for those who want to rent a car to explore the island. Taxis are also available. The 10-mile ride to Waikiki Beach will cost between $40 and $50. You may also use the SpeediShuttle, which takes you from the airport to your hotel for about $16 each way.
Things to Do Near Honolulu International Airport
San Diego residents who book flights from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Honolulu International Airport (HNL) will be able to explore The Aloha State's many attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts will want to hike the steep 1-mile trek to the top of Diamond Head, a dormant volcano near Waikiki that offers spectacular views of the area. Head to downtown Honolulu to buy a Hawaiian shirt and flip-flops to take home with you. Downtown is also closest to Pearl Harbor where you can visit the USS Arizona Memorial. To connect with Hawaii's native culture, head across the island to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center near the North Shore. This is also where some of the best surfing on Oahu happens. To explore the islands surrounding Honolulu, you may consider taking an island-hopper flight and spending a day on the black sand beaches of the Big Island of Hawaii, in the Fern Grotto of Kauai or on the Road to Hana on Maui.
Hints and Tips for Honolulu International Airport
Honolulu hosts several major events throughout the year. Consider visiting in late September for the annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade, the largest Hawaiian culture celebration. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy attending the Sony Open in mid-January to see the world's best golfers compete. Dining out in Hawaii offers visitors a variety of American- and Asian-influenced dishes as well as Spam cuisine, which is uniquely Hawaiian. Make sure to attend a luau at least once during your stay. In addition to the spread of traditional islander food, you will enjoy cultural entertainment and activities for adults and children alike. Expect a dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant to cost between $50 and $75.
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