Take Advantage of Direct Flights to Honolulu
As airlines like Southwest and Hawaiian add new, direct flights to Hawaii, traveling to the islands has never been more convenient. Nonstop flights mean you’ll have more time to soak up Hawaii’s laid-back beaches and sublime sunsets. It also means that a quick jaunt to the islands is doable as an extended weekend. You only live once, right?
Flights change with the seasons, but in 2020 you’ll want to keep an eye out for Hawaiian Airlines, which added a seasonal, nonstop flight from Boston in April 2019. Southwest Airlines also continues to challenge its competitors with low prices and expanded services to Hawaii, with newly-added, nonstop flights to Honolulu from San Diego to Oakland.
For a look at airlines flying into Honolulu, refer to the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport website. You can also snag great deals by booking your flights with Pleasant Holidays, or give them a call toll free at 1-800-742-9244.
It’s an endless summer in Hawaii, with outdoor food and cultural festivals happening year-round. Late winter and early spring features celebrations like the Honolulu Festival, a cultural event of ethnic exchange between Hawaii and the Pacific Rim Region. Live, exciting performances, a craft fair, and a sensational parade in Waikiki is part of this three-day event.
If you’re thinking of traveling in April- May, take note of the quirky Spam Jam, a festival that celebrates the beloved canned meat’s versatility in Hawaii. The Pan Pacific Festival is another favorite, featuring three days of programming that honors the cultural ties between Japan and Hawaii.
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