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Cheap Flights to Oahu from $81 One Way, $157 Round Trip

Prices starting at $157 for return flights and $81 for one-way flights to Oahu were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Oahu Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityOahu
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$81
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Flights Review

May 25, 2020

The staff couln't have been nicer. Thanks Tony D.

Mar 17, 2020

Very hot plane!

Mar 16, 2020

1st class seats were hard. Plane was old and worn.

Mar 16, 2020

My wifi did not work and I paid $17 :( I did not get the work I needed to get done and I wasted $17.

Mar 14, 2020

I have to say that the flight attendants on this flight were the best I have ever encountered on any airline. They were organized, thorough and conscientious. They made my experience positive and enjoyable. Thank you.

Mar 12, 2020

Overall very positive experience, thank you!

Mar 3, 2020

Didn’t really understand the automated check in

Mar 2, 2020

Descent flight

Mar 1, 2020

Was lit

Mar 1, 2020

Why no entertainment service with the long flight like this should have movie or some kind of entertainment providing

Feb 27, 2020

Wonderful flight. Safe and secure. Very smooth and the service was lovely.

Feb 25, 2020

Seats were small ☹️

Why You Should Take A Flight To Oahu, Hawaii

Tiny Oahu, just 600 square miles, is the third-biggest island in Hawaii. Nicknamed The Gathering Place, it is also the most populated and the state capital, Honolulu, lies on the south coast. It is the most visited of all places in the Hawaiian archipelago and no wonder – it boasts dozens of idyllic beaches, lush tropical landscapes and volcanoes inland and a bustling nightlife in Honolulu. In short it has something to offer to everyone, whether sunbathing, cultural pursuits or outdoor adventures. Book your flights to Oahu today to discover this exotic island for yourself.

When To Book Flights To Oahu

Oahu is best visited in the off-peak seasons of spring and fall, when the airfare to Oahu and room rates are noticeably cheaper and everywhere is less crowded. The summer season runs from June to late August and the weather will be at its driest, but it will be busy and expensive. From December to April is surfing season, another pricey time to book. Temperatures are equable all year round, ranging from the mid-60s to high 80s.

How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Oahu

With regular flights to many US cities, finding cheap flights to Oahu, Hawaii is easy and when you book with Orbitz there are plenty of ways to find the best deals.

You can search for flights to and from different locations using the ‘Nearby airports’ option. This helps you choose plane tickets to Oahu and other nearby locations in Hawaii.

Being flexible can also pay dividends and using the ‘Show flexible dates’ option allows you to look at the cost of fares on different days. The ‘Show options’ button and menu on the left of the results screen allow you to filter and sort your results, so you can search by airline, flight duration, price, ticket type and look for direct or connecting flights.

US Departures To Oahu

Optimal flights to Oahu from US airports include:

Main Airports in Oahu Hawaii

  • Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, also known as Honolulu International, is the main arrival point for travelers flying into Oahu and the only international airport on the island. You can get connecting flights from here to Hawaii’s other islands. A public bus service connects the airport to downtown Honolulu and across the island.

Which Airlines Fly To Oahu Hawaii?

  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Mokulele Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • American Airlines
  • Delta

How To Get Around Oahu

The capital Honolulu is blessed with excellent public transport in the form of a system called TheBus, which has a fleet of more than 500 urban buses covering 110 routes – getting around is easy. Getting around the rest of the island is easiest by car if you are heading for more remote areas, but Honolulu’s TheBus network also runs limited intercity routes to all other main towns. Taxis are plentiful in Honolulu but expensive.

What Are The Must-Sees In Oahu

Waikiki Beach

This legendary beach, just a 15-minute drive south from Honolulu, is just one of Oahu’s many stunning beaches. Top up your tan or hit the surf with your surfboard. Or pick one of the many other beaches to go diving or snorkelling and marvel at the underwater marine life and coral reefs.


Take a leisurely stroll around the city’s top landmarks. The Iolani Palace was home to the Hawaiian royal family and is now a museum, while the Aloha Tower is a historic clock tower that is now a top destination for dining and shopping. You can also enjoy the architecture of the City Hall, the governor’s mansion at Washington Place and Kawaiahao Church. Drop into Honolulu Museum of Art, a fine arts museum with 60,000 artefacts.  Talking of food, Honolulu is where you’ll find the best Hawaiian cuisine. After dinner check out the bustling bar scene and nightclubs.

Pearl Harbor

No trip to Oahu is complete without a trip to Pearl Harbor, about 30 minutes west of Honolulu. Bombed by the Japanese in 1941, and bringing the USA into WW2, today it hosts a memorial site to the crew of the USS Arizona, which was sunk in the attack on the harbor. The USS Arizona Memorial and Visitor Center is Hawaii’s most popular attraction and it offers a unique opportunity to educate yourself on one of the most pivotal moments in American history.

Kailua Town

Kailua Town, on the east coast of Oahu and not to be confused with Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island, has become trendy but it has much to offer all visitors. It has breath-taking beaches at the Kalama Beach Park, Kailua Bay and Lanikai Beach. In town, check out the many boutiques and the weekly farmers market, or hike up the Ka’iwa Ridge Trail for great views.

Tips And Tricks For Traveling In Hawaii

Hawaii is the 50th US state so you don’t need a visa to visit.

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