Fare War From $99 | Flash Hawaiian Airlines Sale

Hawaiian Airlines still has more sales up its sleeves, and here’s a good one today with prices starting at $99 each way. Read on for how to access the offer, which routes it is on, and the applicable rules. This sale is valid for travel from August 10, depending on the route when you book by July 8 or as long as availability lasts.

As we said, late summer and fall is arguably the very best time of year to visit Hawaii, with fewer visitors and the very best island weather. Today there is yet another opportunity to book ahead of the crowds while flying with Hawaii’s bellwether carrier.

Flash Hawaiian Airlines Sale Details

1. Book from now through 11:59 pm HST on 7/8/2021 or until availability is depleted.

2. Travel from August 10 to August 31 on most routes. Seattle to Maui or Honolulu and Portland to Honolulu also September 7 through September 29. Austin to Honolulu August 10 through December 15. Orlando to Honolulu August 2 through August 31. Boston and New York to Honolulu September 13 through December 15. For routes valid until December, blackout dates at Thanksgiving apply.

3. Not available on all flights or all days. Primarily mid-week travel.

4. If you don’t find the prices listed below, then they are no longer available. Limited availability is as of 10 am HST 7/6/21. Some fares are available on many dates, and others are only on a very few dates. Use flexible date search to find the best prices.

5. These are basic economy fares, and the regular economy is $40 more each way.

Sample Airfares: These are the lowest one-way fares found to any island from these mainland gateways—limited availability.

San Francisco to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $112

San Jose to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $99

Oakland to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $119

Los Angeles to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $119

San Diego to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $119

Las Vegas to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $169

Long Beach to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $119

Phoenix to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $189

Austin to Honolulu from $218

Seattle to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $202

Portland to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $179

Orlando to Honolulu from $243

Boston to Honolulu from $322

New York to Honolulu from $336

Sacramento to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, or Kona from $169

Updated 7/06/21 10 am HST.

27 thoughts on “Fare War From $99 | Flash Hawaiian Airlines Sale”

  1. So I found out today from a friend of mine that just went to and from the mainland, that on Hawaiian Air if you are traveling in Coach, you have to wear a mask but in First Class the flight attendants don’t make the passengers wear them. They get around the requirement by always having drinks, food, and snacks served to the passengers thereby using the excuse that they are eating and drinking so a mask isn’t required. Wealth disparity at it’s finest.

    1. Just flew on HA, your friend is wrong. Everyone wore a mask when not eating. Obviously First Class has a more extensive meal service so there is rightfully less mask wearing though.
      HA service is good, but not that good, they don’t serve the entire flight.
      I’m guessing your friend saw them without masks in the middle of the multi course meal and beverage service and jumped to a conclusion that was wrong. He didn’t have to wear mask during his meal service either, it just wasn’t multi course.

      1. Hi John.

        We checked with Hawaiian Air today as well. They said, “We continue to enforce our policy and the TSA mandate requiring face masks for all guests, who may temporarily remove their masks to eat and drink.”


  2. I am interested in hearing if airlines are going to start limiting flights or seats in response to the mayor’s request. Mahalo for doing this.

    1. I’ll venture an opinion on this….No, Cannot, the airlines are deregulated. For instance Hawaiian would work with the state if they could, they are the only airline that has a vested interest in Hawaii. But if they actually did work with the Mayor, opportunistic mainland airlines would pounce and suck every ounce of profit or market share out of the current situation that they could muster, with no regard for how it effects Hawaii’s long term health.
      Sadly, I think we are in for a big degradation to what Hawaii travel is like, SWA will try and suck all they can out of the market as they are the new entrant and have a history of aggressive self interest. They will take advantage of the currant lack of International travelers (more hotel rooms available now) and expand travel from their substantial domestic route structure. Hawaii is not Las Vegas or Orlando, but SWA will try to make it so.
      The temporary drop in air fares (remember the “SWA” effect, they drop fares temporarily to break into a market, then raise them to a profitable level) will have a long term detrimental effect on the states long term tourist industry. We will lose our identity as a melting pot of travelers from the US, Asia and Australia, that’s not good.

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