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Cheap flights from Baltimore to Hawaii in January 2020

The best prices found for BWI to Hawaii flights for January
29 Jan - 26 Feb
$477pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
30 Jan - 3 Feb
$482pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
31 Jan - 2 Feb
$489pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington

Baltimore to Hawaii 2020 flight deals

Cheap flights to Hawaii from Baltimore found for this year
29 Feb - 1 Mar
$466pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
25 Feb - 2 Mar
$475pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
26 Feb - 2 Mar
$478pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington

Last minute flights from Baltimore to Hawaii

Late deals on round-trip flights to Hawaii from Baltimore, departing today and this week
29 Jan - 26 Feb
$477pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
30 Jan - 3 Feb
$482pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
KOA
Kona Intl
KOA
Kona Intl
American Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
28 Jan - 29 Jan
$492pp
BWI
Baltimore/Washington
United Airlines
   
2 STOPS
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Kahului
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Kahului
United Airlines
   
2 STOPS
BWI
Baltimore/Washington

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Destination information for Hawaii

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Airports servicing Baltimore

Airports servicing

Honolulu (HNL)
Hilo (ITO)
Kapalua (JHM)
Kapolei Kalaeloa (JRF)
Keahole-Kona Intl (KOA)

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Useful info, stats and facts about Baltimore to Hawaii flights.

Flight FAQs

From Baltimore to Hawaii

What days are nonstop flights available from Baltimore to Hawaii?

You can find nonstop flights on the following days: Friday.

How popular is this flight route?

This flight path from Baltimore/Washington to Hawaii was viewed by 49 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from Baltimore to Hawaii?

When booking a flight from Baltimore to Hawaii, you may want to consider flying on American Airlines, Alaska Airlines or JetBlue as they are the most popular for this route.

What are the most popular routes from Baltimore to Hawaii?

While some choose either Baltimore/Washington - Kahului or Baltimore/Washington - Kona Intl, Baltimore/Washington - Honolulu is the most popular route from Baltimore to Hawaii.

What are the cheapest Flights from Baltimore to Hawaii?

While on average a flight from Baltimore to Hawaii is generally $653, our data shows the cheapest flight currently is $284. When looking at the most popular route, (Baltimore/Washington - Honolulu), you can expect to pay $525 for that flight.

How long is the flight from Baltimore to Hawaii?

A nonstop flight from either Baltimore or Washington DC to Honolulu takes a little over 10 hours for a nonstop flight and 13 hours on a connecting flight. There are no nonstop flights to Kailua Kona and connecting flights average between 12 and 19 hours.

Which airlines fly directly from Baltimore to Hawaii?

There are a few airlines to choose from when flying from Baltimore to Hawaii, the more notable ones being United Airlines if you are wishing to fly to Honolulu and Lihue, and American Airlines if you are planning on flying to Kahului. Flights when it comes to United Airlines heading from Baltimore to Honolulu vary for the most part being in the same range depending on the flights chosen.

What are the stopover options between Baltimore to Hawaii?

The stopover options from Baltimore to Hawaii can also vary from the airline chosen. For flights heading toward Honolulu International Airport can have as many as two stops, sometimes at O’Hare International Airport or Los Angeles International Airport with times ranging from 11h 47m-13h 37m. Flights from Baltimore to Lihue Airport have one to two stops located at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport or Los Angeles International Airport with times varying from 13h 5m-18h 10m.

How frequent are flights between Baltimore and Hawaii?

When you fly from Baltimore to Honolulu, there are three daily nonstop flights. Various carriers offer three weekly connecting flights to Kailua Kona from this airport. If you'd prefer to depart from either of Washington DC's airports to Honolulu, there is one nonstop flight per day, but no nonstop flights to Kailua Kona.

What airports serve Baltimore to Hawaii flights?

Airports that are available to serve Baltimore flights to Hawaii are limited in Baltimore due to it having one main airport for international flights, though it is one out of three airports that serve the Baltimore region. When it comes to choices of airports in Hawaii it all depends on the destination that you choose. There are a multitude of main airports such as Honolulu International Airport, Lihue Airport, and Kahului Airport. The variety of destinations to Hawaii is limitless unlike the restriction for airports serving from Baltimore.

Which direct flight route between Baltimore and Hawaii is cheapest?

The very best time to save money on a Hawaiian vacation in Honolulu or Kailua Kona is from September to November. Airfare, hotels and amenities are the most affordable and the weather is moderate. November is less expensive, but it is also the rainiest month, so plan to bring a light jacket and travel umbrella during this time.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly from Baltimore to Hawaii?

If you are a US Citizen you will not need to have a visa to fly from Baltimore to Hawaii. As long as you have an acceptable form of photo identification, you will not be required to have a passport to travel to Hawaii. Non-U.S. citizens do require a passport, and the same documentation and visas needed to enter the United States.

What is there to do in Hawaii?

If your 'Bawlmer' heart leans more towards azure blue surf, white sands and exotic foliage, you can jet off to Honolulu or Kailua Kona, Hawaii's Big Island. While in metropolitan Honolulu, surrounded by turquoise seas and lush green valleys, enjoy spacious parks, boutique shopping on Kalakaua Avenue and golfing. And don't miss visiting the Pearl Harbor Memorial, Waikiki Beach or Leahi, the Diamond Head crater while you're there. Kailua Kona, on the west side of the Big Island, has transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a lively capital city, ideal as home base when touring this side of the island. Get up before the sun and revel in snorkeling at sunrise on King Kam Beach, take a Manta Ray night dive or visit the seahorse farm.