Flights from Oahu (Oahu) to Big Island (Big Island)

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$187RT including taxes
Dec 22 2017 Dec 27 2017
5 nights
Honolulu (HNL) to Hilo (ITO)
Flying with: Hawaiian Airlines
$286RT including taxes
Dec 22 2017 Dec 27 2017
5 nights
Honolulu (HNL) to Kamuela (MUE)
$208RT including taxes
Dec 27 2017 Jan 04 2018
8 nights
Honolulu (HNL) to Hilo (ITO)
Flying with: Hawaiian Airlines
$191RT including taxes
Jan 23 2018 Jan 26 2018
3 nights
Honolulu (HNL) to Hilo (ITO)
Flying with: Hawaiian Airlines
$187RT including taxes
Dec 22 2017 Dec 27 2017
5 nights
Honolulu (HNL) to Hilo (ITO)
Flying with: Hawaiian Airlines

Additional useful information for Big Island

Island-hopping among the Hawaiian Islands is one of the best ways to get a sense of the subtle differences between each island. If you're flying in from the mainland, you're probably landing in Honolulu, but from there, you can easily catch a quick flight to visit Hawaii, commonly known as the Big Island. The Big Island is home to five volcanoes, including Kilauea and Mauna Loa in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, both of which are active. The Big Island is also the source of some of the best coffee in the world, as well as stunning beaches along the Kailua-Kona coastline. Getting there by air is easy if you're already in the Hawaiian Islands.

How long is the flight from Oahu to Big Island?
You can fly from Honolulu on the island of Oahu to the Kailua-Kona Airport on the Big Island in a little less than an hour.

Which airlines operate flights from Oahu to Big Island?
Most flights to the Big Island head to the larger Kailua-Kona airport, but it's also possible to fly to Hilo. Hawaiian Airlines flies from Oahu to either airport, and Island Air and Mokulele fly just to Kona.

How frequent are flights between Oahu and Big Island?
You can find flights to the Kailua-Kona airport from Honolulu at least once an hour during the day, with about three dozen flights available overall. About two dozen flights are available to Hilo International Airport daily.

Which airports serve Oahu to Big Island?
The Big Island of Hawaii has two airports: Kailua-Kona International Airport on the west side of the island, and Hilo International on the east side. From Oahu, you'll be flying from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu.

Which direct flight route between Oahu and Big Island is cheapest?
Flying into Kailua-Kona is generally the cheapest choice when coming to the Big Island from Oahu, if you shop carefully. However, you can find cheap flights to Hilo as well.

You have a choice of volcanoes when you visit the Big Island - how often can you say that on vacation? Head to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you might even find some snow in the heart of winter, and consider renting bikes to speed all the way back down to sea level. When it gets hot down at the beach, go back up into the high valleys of Waimea, where you'll see actual cowboys at work. Along the Kohala Coast, you'll have to choose between perfect beaches and golf courses with ocean views, and if you visit in the fall, don't miss the annual Ironman competition.

As beautiful as Oahu is, getting to other islands can be the highlight of a Hawaiian vacation. Check out our smart search engine to find your best flights between Honolulu and the Big Island.

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