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Visit the Big Pineapple
Honolulu, which is located on the island of Oahu, is the capital of Hawaii. There are many nicknames for Honolulu; each nickname reflects a different aspect of the city. For example, the name "Honolulu" is often translated as "Sheltered Bay." Other nicknames for Honolulu include Crossroads of the Pacific, City of Paradise and The Big Pineapple. People love visiting Honolulu for its beautiful beaches, world-class resorts, historic monuments, vibrant nightlife, lush greenery and Hawaiian cuisine. Popular activities in Honolulu include hiking, snorkeling, boating, touring rainforests, surfing, attending hulas and luaus, shopping and sunbathing. If Honolulu sounds like the perfect vacation spot for you, then book your cheap flights to Honolulu on Expedia today.
Flights to Honolulu land at Honolulu Intl. Airport (HNL). HNL is one of the busiest airports in the United States when ranked by passenger traffic. Airlines that have a major presence at HNL include Hawaiian Airlines, Go!, Asia Pacific Airlines, Island Air and Mokulele Airlines. Other airlines that service HNL include Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Air Pacific, American Airlines, China Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Pacific Wings, Philippine Airlines and Qantas. HNL offers service between the various Hawaiian islands as well as flights to the continental United States and several other countries.
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Tips on booking your Honolulu airfare
Honolulu flights are popular throughout the entire year. However, tickets to Honolulu are especially in demand during the high season months of June to mid-September and mid-December to mid-January; lots of families come to visit during the summer months when the children are out of school, and many people enjoy spending a traditionally cold and snowy holiday season in a tropical location. Shoulder season is from April to May and mid-September to October. Low season takes place from November to mid-December and mid-January to March. If you visit during low season, you will find fewer crowds and lower prices. The weather is pretty pleasant during low season, but you can expect rain during December and January.