With world-famous beaches and surf, a family, single and couple-friendly atmosphere, a year-around mild and sunny climate, beautiful scenery and plenty of fun for all in a super-relaxed atmosphere, it's no wonder that Hawaii draws millions of visitors to the Aloha State. Fortunately, the persistence of sunshine means these countless visits are spread out over the year, keeping the crowds to a minimum and prices stable, even if they're a bit on the high side. No matter your motivation or likes, any time is a good time to visit Hawaii.
One-stop flights from Nashville to Hawaii take as little as 11 hours gate to gate. The cheapest flights typically, but not always, take a little longer unless your travel dates are flexible.
At the moment, there are no non-stop flights from Nashville to Hawaii. American, Delta, United, Hawaiian Airlines, and Alaska Airlines offer flights from Nashville International Airport (BNA) to various airports in Hawaii with one or more stops along the route.
With about 100 flights on a typical day, it's easy to find a flight at a convenient time of day. Flights depart Nashville as early as about 6 a.m. and as late as about 7 p.m..
Nashville is served by Nashville International Airport (BNA.) The Hawaiian Islands are served by numerous airports, but for flying from Nashville at affordable prices without excess stops and flight times, the relevant airports are Honolulu International (HNL), Kona International (KOA), Lihue (LIH), Kahului (OGG) and Hilo International (ITO.)
Booking a flight on the Nashville International Airport (BNA) to Kahului Airport (OGG) route is usually the cheapest way between Nashville and Hawaii, especially if your travel dates are flexible.
It may surprise you that average daily high temperatures in Nashville are about the same from June through September as they are in Hawaii, and that Nashville's humidity is considerably higher except during winter. It might surprise you even more that Nashville gets a lot more rain any time of year. There's no shortage of sunshine in Hawaii, where persistent northeasterly trade winds moderate it's tropical climate. Nashville is world-renowned for its musical heritage, but don't write off Hawaii in that regard. Traditional Hawaiian music and Nashville music are worlds apart, but the must-see Grammy Award-winning 2011 film "The Descendants," set in Hawaii, won and was nominated for numerous prestigious awards in no small part due to its extraordinary traditional Hawaiian-music soundtrack.
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