Our updated guide to Hawaii travel deals features the best time to fly to Hawaii through Spring 2015 and how much you can expect to pay. We’ve included the most likely dates to find Hawaii deals that not only help you save on Hawaii airfare, but on accommodations and activities as well.
A fall or spring Hawaii vacation gets our unequivocal thumbs up. First, the very best in Hawaii weather is found during fall. You can also luxuriate in the feeling of having the islands all to yourself, something that’s only possible during low seasons.
When to Travel for Hawaii Deals
When to buy Hawaii deals.
This largely depends on your flexibility and how determined you are to take a Hawaii vacation. Sometimes the deal that is available now is the best option even if it isn’t the rock bottom price, rather than one that may or may not materialize later. Monitoring for the very best fare can also be quite time consuming.
At Beat of Hawaii we have our fishing net out to catch Hawaii travel deals for you. We’ll reel them in and be first to let you know when they appear. Please subscribe to our free mail and Facebook updates then stay tuned.
What to pay for Hawaii deals.
We expect to see round trip fall and spring Hawaii airfares from many west coast departure cities to most of our island destinations priced from $400 to $600 including all taxes and fees. Midwest and east coast cities will usually run about $250 to $300 higher. It is sad to note these low season fares are up significantly when compared with prior years.
Best gateway cities for flights to Hawaii – AKA Where the deals are.
Some cities have increased competition. Travelers using these airports can expect to benefit most in terms of best pricing and greater availability. Those cities are:
Airlines that fly to Hawaii.
The two primary choices from the west coast are Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines. Both are great carriers that have a wide range of offerings. Their prices on competitive services are usually but not always similar. There are other choices as well.
Lastly, we look forward to your comments and questions. While we are not able to respond to all of these individually, we hope that we have answered many of your most asked questions here or in previous comments. If you would like to respond to others’ comments and questions, we encourage that.
E komo mai – Welcome to Hawaii. Mahalo and a hui hou!