Flights to Honolulu
Sink into the laid back vibe of the Aloha State
Stretching along the southeastern Oahu coastline, Hawaii’s cosmopolitan capital is famous for being the hometown of former US President Barack Obama, as well as for its intriguing historical attractions and excellent museums. It’s also a foodie’s dream, and you’ll find everything on offer here from high-flying fusion dishes to traditional ethnic flavours. Behind the city lies the now-extinct Diamond Head volcano, whose crater you can climb if you're feeling brave.
With its twinkling turquoise waters, powdery beach, and cheerful melodies, Honolulu’s Waikiki area is the place for beachfront fun. Active types can snorkel with sea turtles in rugged Hanauma Bay, hike through tropical inland mountain terrain, or feel the history at Pearl Harbor. To round off the day, there’s nothing quite like sipping on a Hawaiian Mai Tai as the sun goes down. Discover happy Hawaii with our flights to Honolulu.
Get your beach on
The two-mile stretch at Waikiki is a paradise for beach lovers. Test out your dancing skills with some storytelling hula, throw yourself into the surf, or just laze around in the sun. Read our blog for a full guide.
The USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor sits over where the battleship sunk, and marks the resting place of sailors and Marines following the attack in December 1941.
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Fly to Honolulu International Airport with our partner, Delta Air Lines.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Honolulu is the US Dollar (USD).
Inexpensive bus services are provided by TheBus. Taxis are also available.
Honolulu is 11 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Honolulu. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.