Flights from San Diego (SAN) to Hawaii (Hawaii)

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$314RT including taxes
Sep 04 2018 Sep 11 2018
7 nights
San Diego (SAN) to Kahului (OGG)
Flying with: Hawaiian Airlines
$334RT including taxes
Apr 12 2018 Apr 16 2018
4 nights
San Diego (SAN) to Kahului (OGG)
Flying with: United Airlines
$493RT including taxes
Apr 19 2018 Apr 22 2018
3 nights
San Diego (SAN) to Kahului (OGG)
$381RT including taxes
Mar 29 2018 Apr 10 2018
12 nights
San Diego (SAN) to Kailua Kona (KOA)
Flying with: United Airlines

Additional useful information for Hawaii

A flight from San Diego lands you in the lush paradise of the Hawaiian islands. If you're a first-time visitor, choose one island to narrow down choices and save cash. Oahu offers the quintessential Aloha experience with beach-side mai-tais and vibrant night life, while Maui is a water sports haven with surfing, kite-boarding and scuba diving. The Big Island fascinates nature lovers with diverse wildlife and an active volcano, while relatively undeveloped Lanai makes the perfect hide-away. Molokai delivers the most culturally authentic Hawaiian experience and access to ancient indigenous sites. Kauai provides a little bit of everything: beaches, swimming, lush jungles and a trek through a jaw-dropping canyon keep visitors occupied.

How long is the flight from Flights from San Diego to Hawaii?
A nonstop flight from San Diego to Hawaii is six hours long. If your flight has a layover, expect to tack on at least three additional hours.

Which airlines operate flights from San Diego to Hawaii?
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines offer direct flights to Hawaii from San Diego, while flights on United Airlines, Delta and American Airlines typically have a stopover.

How frequent are flights between San Diego and Hawaii?
Upwards of fifty flights to Hawaii depart daily from San Diego during the busy season, with around 30 flights during the off-season. Most land in Honolulu, the capital city and primary airport. Direct flights are available from San Diego to the other islands, albeit on a far more limited schedule, with some routes only offering a single flight a day. For more flexible service, you can take a shuttle flight from Honolulu to the other five main islands.

Which airports serve San Diego to Hawaii?
Flights depart out of San Diego International Airport and land in the Honolulu International Airport on the island of Oahu. From there, travelers can take a shuttle flight to the other islands, including the Big Island, Maui, Kauai, Lanai and Molokai. A limited number of flights fly direct from San Diego to the airports on Maui, Kauai and Big Island.

Which direct flight route between San Diego and Hawaii is cheapest?
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines are tied for the cheapest direct flight from San Diego. You can save a good chunk of change by flying into the Honolulu airport on Oahu or the Kahului airport on Maui instead of one of the other islands.

San Diegans have gorgeous beaches and temperate weather in their own backyard. However, a trip to Hawaii is more than an escape to warm climes. Located in the Pacific ocean roughly 2,500 miles from the Californian coast, the islands of Aloha are a tropical marvel of green-studded mountains, hidden waterfalls, coral reefs and active volcanoes. San Diego surfers who have mastered the coves around Sunset Cliffs can find challenging beaches that are far less crowded, such as Pine Trees, a secluded spot enjoyed by locals on the west shore of Big Island.

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