Get Hawaii airline tickets to these airports:

Hilo International
Airport Code: ITO

Honolulu International Airport
Code: HNL

Kahului, Maui
Code: OGG

Kona International Airport at Keahole
Code: KOA.
Honolulu is around six hours by air from the west coast of the U.S. There are direct flights to Maui, the Big Island, Kauai from the mainland. Many flights to the U.S. from Australia have free stop-overs in Hawaii.
The main airlines are Aloha Air Oahu Tel: 808-484-1111, Hawaiian Airlines - Oahu Tel:1-808-838-1555, Aloha Air Oahu U.S. Tel:1-800-367-5320,  Island Air Oahu Tel: 808-484-2222, All  major islands are served by these airlines several times a day.

Flights arrive on the Big Island at Kona on the west coast and Hilo on the east. A car is needed to go to all the interesting attractions like Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, includes Mauna Loa as well as Kilauea. A daily bus links Hilo and Kailua

Extinct volcano - Mount Waialealeon is on the island of Kauai, Waimea Canyon is nearby, Jurassic Park and South Pacific were filmed on the north shore.

The second largest island in Hawaii is Maui, which attracts about 30% of all visitors to the state. There are lots of activities - cycling, snorkeling, whale-watching, sailing, windsurfing, and diving. The waterfalls around Hana are well worth the visit..

More than 80% of visitors to Hawaii come through Honolulu and come by air, rather than sea.  The most popular destination in Hawaii is Waikiki, east of downtown Honolulu.
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