|Origin Airport IATA Code||OAK|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||HNL|
Book cheap flights on flights from Oakland to Honolulu with Orbitz and visit the Aloha State. Search with us and discover a selection of affordable flights, using the filter options to find travel plans that suit you.
The most popular route for travelers from the city of Oakland to Honolulu departs from San Francisco International, with 53 flights per week and a choice of five different airlines. The most popular carrier is United Airlines.
Other route choices include San Jose International to Honolulu, with 13 direct weekly flights, and from Oakland International with a choice of two airlines and 12 direct flights per week. Hawaiian Airlines is the most popular carrier on both of these flight routes.
The flight from Oakland to Honolulu covers a distance of 2,400 miles and takes around five hours and 25 minutes.
You have a choice of departure airports in the Oakland area. The nearest airport is Oakland International, located around ten miles to the south of downtown. This is a mid-sized airport dealing with around 13 million passengers each year. It’s an operating base for Southwest and a hub for Allegiant.
The airport has undergone a $100 million renovation since 2015 that has upgraded and improved the passenger experience. There is a choice of shops and restaurant options in the two terminal buildings where you can relax before your flight.
Other choices for departure airport include San Francisco and San Jose. San Francisco International is located 13 miles to the south of the city, across the bay from Oakland. It is the seventh busiest airport in the US and inside the top 25 in the world, with more than 55 million passengers flying in and out each year.
San Jose International, also known as Norman Y. Mineta, is the second busiest of the Bay Area airports by passenger numbers, serving around 14 million passengers each year. It is located just four miles from the downtown San Jose area and around 40 miles from Oakland.
While Hawaii is southwest of mainland US, the curve of California’s coastline means it is closer to the northern part of the state with shorter flight times as a result. The return flight from Hawaii will be quicker than the outward journey due to the fast-moving jet stream blowing from west to east.
Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is located three miles to the northwest of the center of the city and is accessed by the Nimitz Highway and Queen Liliuokalani Freeway. It is the principal airport serving the Hawaiian Islands and is a hub for Hawaiian Airlines.
With a choice of Bay Area airports, you can find cheap flights from Oakland to Honolulu with Orbitz. All you have to do is relax and enjoy your flight.
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