Just updated on March 15, with many new tips on Hawaii vacation deals, best dates to travel in 2017, when to buy, and what prices to expect during all seasons including holidays. Read our Cheapest Time to Fly to Hawaii with its six-step guide. This post has been viewed millions of times and has had 60,000 Facebook Likes. You’ll also find questions and answers regarding Hawaii vacation deals in over 3,600 comments below!
Introduction – Cheapest Time to Fly to Hawaii | Vacation Deals
Flights to Hawaii remain at inflation adjusted low prices. That’s great news for 2017 Hawaii vacations. Recent competition and strong discounting on many routes are resulting in cheaper than normal flights to Hawaii.
The two largest Hawaii air markets – Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, continue to have good but variable pricing due to competition, including Alaska/Virgin America’s insertion on these routes.
Seattle is heating up with Delta inaugurating nonstop flights to Lihue in late 2017. Expect more flights to Hawaii on Delta as they compete head on with Alaska Airlines. Seattle will benefit first, with great Hawaii prices starting in January 2018. This is also having a very positive effect on flights to Hawaii from Portland.
New aircraft arriving the first quarter of next year should significantly help reduce prices. We will see new nonstop flights to Honolulu, Maui, Kona and Lihue as Hawaiian Airlines takes delivery of single-aisle Airbus A321neo and Alaska receives their Boeing 737MAX aircraft. These new extended range jets will be the upcoming workhorse fleets for most west coast (and beyond) flights to Hawaii. Southwest Airlines flights to Hawaii will start in the not distant future as well.
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