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$145 Find cheap flights from Canada to Honolulu

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Flights to Honolulu - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends for flights to Honolulu to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What is the cheapest flight to Honolulu?

These are the best prices found by users searching on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
If traveling to Honolulu, the cheapest city to fly from in the last 3 days was Vancouver, with flights as low as $145 one-way and $234 round-trip. Flights from Toronto are the most searched and start at $400 for a return trip.

How much is a flight to Honolulu?

The average and cheapest price for all flights to Honolulu from each origin found by users searching on KAYAK in the last month.
On average, a flight to Honolulu costs $387. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $158 and departed from Vancouver Intl Airport. The most popular routes on KAYAK are Vancouver to Honolulu which costs $482 on average, and Toronto to Honolulu, which costs $819 on average.
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What is the cheapest day to fly to Honolulu?

The average price of all flights to Honolulu clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Honolulu is Sunday where tickets can be as cheap as $491. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Saturday, where prices are $603 on average.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Honolulu?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights to Honolulu, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights to Honolulu is January, where tickets cost $276 on average for one-way flights. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and August, where the average cost of tickets from Canada is $533 and $528 respectively. For return trips, the best month to travel is January with an average price of $489.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Honolulu?

The average price for all flights to Honolulu depending on the time of departure, clicked by users on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks.
The cheapest time of day to fly to Honolulu is generally at night, when flights cost $539 on average. The most expensive time of day to fly to Honolulu is generally in the afternoon, which is peak travel time and where the average cost of a ticket is $669.

What is a good deal for flights to Honolulu?

If you’re looking for cheap airfare to Honolulu, 25% of our users found tickets to Honolulu for the following prices or less: From Vancouver Intl Airport $169 one-way - $295 round-trip, from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport $357 one-way - $737 round-trip.

How far in advance should I book a flight to Honolulu?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights to Honolulu, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price, you should book around 0 weeks before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 61 days before departure.

Which airline offers the most flights to Honolulu?

Of the 7 airlines that fly to Honolulu, Hawaiian Airlines offers the most flights, with around 783 per week, followed by Southwest with 298 flights per week.

How long is the flight to Honolulu?

The duration of your flight to Honolulu depends on your departure and arrival airports. Obviously any flights that include a layover will also be longer. The most popular routes to Honolulu on KAYAK are from Vancouver, which takes 6h 13m, Calgary, which takes 6h 59m, Toronto, which takes 10h 09m, and Montreal, which takes 13h 45m.

How many direct flights to Honolulu are there each day?

There are around 246 direct flights from within Canada to Honolulu every day. Most flights depart in the morning, with 9:00 am the most common departure time and 59% of flights departing in the morning.

How many direct flights to Honolulu are there each week?

Each week there are around 1,717 direct flights from within Canada to Honolulu. The most common day for departures is Friday, with 15% of flights taking off on this day.

How many long-haul flights are there to Honolulu each week?

Each week, there are 1 long haul flights (6-12 hour flight duration) and 14 medium-haul flights (3-6 hour flight duration) to Honolulu. There aren't any short-haul flights (up to 3 hour flight duration).

How many cities have direct flights to Honolulu?

From Canada, there are direct flights to Honolulu from 2 cities. The city with the most direct flights is Vancouver Intl Airport, with 14 direct flights each week.

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May

High season

January

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Best time to beat the crowds with an average 6% drop in price.
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 25% lower on average.
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FAQs - booking Honolulu flights

  • What are some good hotels near Daniel K. Inouye International Airport?

    The Airport Honolulu Hotel is a budget-friendly choice that is only a 2-minute drive to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and has a free shuttle service for guests. The Pacific Marina Inn is a straightforward option that is a 5-minute drive from the airport and a 7-minute drive from the Bishop Museum.

  • Does Daniel K. Inouye International Airport have any smoking areas?

    Daniel K. Inouye International Airport has several designated smoking areas located in each of its three terminals. While most of them are located outside near the airport’s parking structures, there is one smoking room located inside the International terminal.

  • What dining options are there at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport?

    If you would like to grab a bite to eat after your flight to Honolulu, browse through the different dining options at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. The Atrium Bar is a casual choice that serves traditional Hawaiian meals and has an extensive craft beer selection, while the Chow Mein Express is a convenient choice for travellers hoping to purchase to-go items.

  • What is the best way to travel from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport to downtown Honolulu?

    If you would like to travel from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport to downtown Honolulu as quickly as possible, it is best to either use a rental car or taxi, as the drive is only 15 minutes without any additional traffic. If you would rather use public transportation, it is possible to take the local bus, which takes approximately 30 minutes.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Honolulu?

    If traveling to Honolulu, the cheapest city to fly from in the last 3 days was Vancouver, with flights as low as $145 one-way and $234 round-trip. Flights from Toronto are the most searched and start at $400 for a return trip.

  • How far is Honolulu from central Honolulu?

    Central Honolulu is 4 miles away from Honolulu.

  • What is the name of Honolulu’s airport?

    There is only 1 airport in Honolulu, called Honolulu (HNL). It can also be referred to as Honolulu or Honolulu Intl.

  • How much is a flight to Honolulu?

    On average, a flight to Honolulu costs $387. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $158 and departed from Vancouver Intl Airport.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights to Honolulu?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights to Honolulu.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket to Honolulu?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Honolulu is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights to Honolulu?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Honolulu with an airline and back with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight to Honolulu?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Honolulu up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Honolulu

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Honolulu flight deals.
  • If you’re interested in direct flights to Honolulu, consider booking your ticket with either Air Canada or Delta Airlines. While Air Canada is known for having comfortable seating and offering many direct flights per day, Delta Airlines is known for providing travellers with above-average legroom.
  • For travellers that are hoping to store some of their baggage or personal items upon arrival at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, stop by the Baggage Store desk located in the Arrivals terminal. This desk offers both hourly and daily rates, and they can store as many of your items as you would like.
  • Travelling to Honolulu for business? Make sure to stop by one of the Business Centers located throughout the different terminals of Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. These centres have computer stations, copying services, and a variety of office supplies for sale such as pens, folders, and notebooks.
  • To unwind after your flight to Honolulu, visit the Cultural Gardens located just outside of the ticketing area at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. These gardens showcase a variety of Chinese, Hawaiian, and Japanese plants and provide travellers with a quiet and peaceful area to relax and breathe in some fresh air.
  • If you’re an art enthusiast, be sure not to miss the different sculptures and murals spread throughout Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Almost all of these works were created by local artists, and new pieces are being frequently added to the airport’s main lobby.
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Prefer to fly non-stop to Honolulu?

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Nonstop departures

Canada to Honolulu

Monday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Tuesday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Wednesday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +45 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +46 more

Thursday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Friday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +46 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +47 more

Saturday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +45 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +46 more

Sunday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +46 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +47 more

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Nonstop returns

Honolulu to Canada

Monday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Tuesday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Wednesday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +45 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +46 more

Thursday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +44 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +45 more

Friday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +46 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +47 more

Saturday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +45 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +46 more

Sunday

ANA, Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, +46 more

ANA, Aer Lingus, +47 more

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Top 5 airlines serving from Canada to Honolulu

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying to Honolulu. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline from Canada to Honolulu. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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8.0
Alaska AirlinesOverall score based on 9277 reviews
8.6Crew
7.3Food
8.2Boarding
7.9Comfort
7.3Entertainment
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Overall good. Second plane we got on was hot and all passengers were boarded before turning on ac. They said someone was being sent to fix the ac. Turns out the pilots were running behind and they were the only ones who knew how to turn it on. Next time maybe wait to board the plane. One hours delay. Not horrible.

10.0 ExcellentJustin, Jun 2024ANC - SEA
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Overall good. Second plane we got on was hot and all passengers were boarded before turning on ac. They said someone was being sent to fix the ac. Turns out the pilots were running behind and they were the only ones who knew how to turn it on. Next time maybe wait to board the plane. One hours delay. Not horrible.

It was very hot on the plane no air at all. I asked for them to turn it up. They did not turn it up. I fed myself for six hours. Also, the comfort of the seats were not comfortable at all. I will never fly Alaska ever again no entertainment on the way from Seattle to Boston no Wi-Fi and no TVs on either plane

The Alaska employees in Milwaukee and MKE to SEA were top notch, very nice and polite. Seattle and SEA to MKE, not so much. I spent a lot to upgrade to 1st, and other than a little more seat width, it was a waste of money. Both legs of the flight, the seat bottom cushion sloped forward and I kept sliding out of my seat with every little bump, so I got no rest at all. MKE to SEA, the food was awful. If I had known that I was going to get a bowl of sawdust and dried rotten fruit for a meal. I would have stayed coach and saved a bundle of money. The cabin crew was excellent however. Alaska needs to enforce the rule that the seats at the gate stay open for passengers. I can't blame Alaska for the rude treatment of TSA swine, but they can make sure a hundred people get seats to wait an hour for their flights because a hundred jerks need to take every available seat for their bags and water bottles. The food from SEA to MKE was much better, but the cabin crew was not very pleasant. To top it all off, I found out that the woman seated next to me paid a lot less for the upgrade than I did. After arriving at MKE, everyone waited at least forty five minutes for our bags to arrive in a completely empty airport. So much for the promise of twenty minutes to get bags. In summary, the upgrade to first class wasn't worth the high price on Alaska. When I pay that much, I expect better service and treatment.

Very good and looking forward to flying with Alaska in the future.

Good and easy. Seats are a bit crammed and plane was small.

Our flight was overbooked so we took the offer and flew home the next day on first class seating. It is a 90 minute flight, it was comfy and quickly executed in all respects. Deplaning was quick and luggage delivered quickly.

I didn’t know that there wouldn’t be a screen to watch movies so I didn’t bring earphones to use with my phone. Other than that all good

Our landing was rough. Asked other passengers, and we all agreed. The actual touchdown was very abrupt. Breaking was aggressive, as the nose of the plane went left and right.

We landed at 7:35 pm did get out of the plane till 8:45 pm pilot informed that their was a plane broken down on the gate that the plane was to go in that it would take 5 to 10 minutes, after 40 minutes the air we were breathing started to be bad and people started to complain so they turned the air full blast and the pilot as I was walking out of the plain was laughing like nothing had happened (very un professional) ( I would never fly Alaska again…..)

I’m a small lady , I was in the middle seat and could barely move . My muscles were cramping most of the flight . Very uncomfortable!!

Meh. A late flight meant I missed my connections, and a 2pm LAX arrival turned into gettin in after midnight.

Flight was 3 hours late so only had an OK experience

It was very cold because the air conditioner was on high power, and my son got sick.

3 hours late and all they have is was a $12 meal voucher. That’s not even enough to cover fast food.

Among the poorest flights I’ve had with Delta in a while. Entertainment system failed completely on a 7.5 hr flight. Crew seemed distracted and not the normal friendly crew. Flight overbooked it seemed… very crowded.

If I can, I always fly Delta. I’ve found their service to always be reliable and pleasant.

You could have not cancelled the flight (AA, which I will be flying from now on) left for BOS despite the fictitious weather issues (that no one in my Boston family could see). You could have rebooked my direct flight to another direct flight instead of sending me though JFK, the worst US airport after O’Hara You could have rebooked me on a Main Cabin seat (like the one I paid for in my original ticket instead of putting me a the last row on JFK->BOS leg, pocketing the difference in ticket price But I do not really care whether you will ever do that in a future because in a future neither I nor anyone from my company (unless they pay out of pocket) nor an of my clients and partners (if they heed my advice) will ever be caught dead on any of Delta flights

Really bad baggage handling. Had my Rimowa bag badly damaged at the latches.

It was pretty good I was worried with the short Layover that I might not catch my connection but the gate was there

It was good until there was a 3 hour delay because there was not any pilots to fly the plane.

Don’t actually know how this flight would have been since we missed it.

It was fine. I had a lot of trouble trying to buy a seat. The Westjet website charged me and then didn’t give me my seat. I ended up keeping the seat I was assigned and hope that the charges didn’t go through.. they didn’t. But this problem with the website (trying to purchase a seat at check in) has happened a few times before. But overall the flight was good.

Terrible! Delayed three times, landed at some corner of airport, walked in bitter cold night, took a bus, bad experience

My wife and I had an uncomfortable experience with your WestJet ticket counter rep at the WestJet Priority Member ticket counter at YYC (Calgary) on May 15, 2024. I not knowing this individual’s exact name, however, in order to easily identify her, she was one (of only two at the time) ticket counter reps at your Priority members ticket counter check-in, upon our arrival around 12:15 p.m. She was a Caucasian woman with blonde hair, and wore spectacles, approximate age being probably somewhere in her 30’s or 40’s. Background: After arriving in to the West Jet terminal in Calgary (YYC), I asked a terminal employee where the West Jet check-in ticket counter was. He told me, “Column 16”. My wife and I continuing to walk through the terminal, we finally arrived at the Column 16 area, i.e. this woman’s ticket counter area, which we discovered later was the Priority Member ticket counter. However, I was simply going by the directions given to me by the previous employee, i.e. “Walk to column 16.” Standing in her line (my wife and I being the only people in her line at the time), I tried to get her attention, and I then gestured to her, motioning to her as if to ask her if I should then possibly leave the waiting line in order to then proceed to walk up to her ticket counter. She never really motioned me to come forward. I sort of had to figure this out on my own, as my wife and I then finally decided to walk forward to her station. From this point on, after I arrived at her ticket counter, never once did she ever look me in the eye. She was always looking at her computer screen, or down at the ground, as she and I occasionally exchanged conversation with one another in order for me to be able to acquire my boarding passes from her. Shortly after she began servicing us, she commented that her work section is for Priority members only. Fair enough. I did not realize this at the time. Wishing to be polite, I then mentioned to her that, if I should, I could then walk over to the regular West Jet check-in ticket counter in order to complete the check-in process. She remained quiet, never responding to this goodwill gesture of mine. She continued to work in order to print out my boarding passes, and then finally handed them to me, never at all the entire time looking at me. I told her, “Thank you.” Never once did she respond. My wife and I then walked away. Even my wife commented to me afterward that this woman absolutely never looked at us. I cannot say that this attendant was outright rude. However, she certainly was not at all warm, congenial, nor friendly. Additionally, … After getting on the plane, we then discovered that she had needlessly assigned us seats in the very last row of the plane, these being the seats adjacent to the restroom back wall, thus, unfortunately not at all reclinable. I think that the row number of this last row of seats was 30. [However, I am not sure.] How strangely awkward that we were assigned these uncomfortable row of seats when in fact the row immediately ahead of us, i.e. I think that was row 29, had two vacancies, which could have otherwise easily seated my wife and me. That is, my wife and I could have easily been assigned these more comfortable seats, which would be reclinable, and then row 30 could have otherwise had instead our two vacancies. After our flight departed, and the fasten seatbelt sign was turned off, my wife and I had hoped to “jump seats”, that is, to leave row 30 and instead sit in row 29 to utilize the reclinable seats. However, another couple apparently had the same idea as us. That is, these other two people, for whatever reason, decided to leave their previously assigned seats, and instead, seat themselves in row 29. Thus, my wife and I were stuck with these miserably cramped row 30 seats for the entire 3.5 hour flight. To reiterate, the WestJet rep we originally encountered, knowledgeable of the plane lay-out as it appeared on her computer screen, could have easily assigned us the more comfortable row 29 seats, instead of the non-reclinable row 30 seats.

It was very, very cold extremely uncomfortable almost unbearable I was sitting at the front of the cabin

Was the longest flight I have ever taken to Orlando. Not Westjet’s fault necessarily. There was a traffic issue in Orlando. We sat in the airplane for about 2 hrs before leaving Calgary on a 5 hour flight was just a little long to be stuck in the plane. Once we arrived in Orlando we were stuck in traffic on the ground for another 30min. I guess maybe the flight could be delayed so boarding would have been later so we wouldn’t have to have the discomfort of being on the plane so long.

Airport monitors did not give the gate for our flight returning Detroit to Vancouver Juice served from glass storage containers are a far more healthy alternative for people. And would also minimize the need for recycling plastic or aluminum containers

I wish that seats closer to the front of the plan were available, but when I booked the flight the seats were VERY expensive so I did not book seats at that time. The day before flying only seats at the back of the plane were available. It takes so long to board the plane and empty the plane on arrival due to SO many roller bags.

Good flight. No I’m seat entertainment. But my phone worked just fine on the west jet app.

I had planned to watch the Westjet entertainment for the entire flight however, because the seat mounted outlets in our row did not work.

Marked by flight delays on all segments of the trip. Food in first class cabin was mediocre and overhead cabin storage was not adequate. Overall, the premium charge for first class cabin was poor and over hyped. This will be our last flight with UA.

We enjoyed that we boarded and took off on time. We didn’t like that our connection flight was a twenty minute walk through the airport with only one hour in between flights.

Terrible! The plane was old and you are required to connect your own device to their Wi-Fi rather than have entertainment options in the back of the seat in front of you. The Wi-Fi went out during the flight and there was only one plug for the devices every two seats. Three out of five surrounding my family did not work. The seats and spaces under them were so small I could not fit my backpack, which I’ve always brought on flights and fit before no problem. The crew were unpleasant and patronizing.

It was good! Appreciated that it was very on schedule so it made the connecting flight less stressful

Two flights,both poor. No entertainment. Cramped and uncomfortable seats, little space, the rest was OK. Staff were acceptable good.

The crew was doing their best on an old plane needing updating. Chairs that creaked and wouldn’t stay in position. My tray table was unusable as was on-board entertainment due the audio needing usb earphones (that were not provided). Prior to boarding in Toronto and despite being scheduled for a wheelchair and assistance, we were dropped off by clubcar without a wheelchair which I found myself by a gate. Due to no boarding gate assigned at that time we waited and when it was, it subsequently was moved from 64 to 95. No help could be found so I pushed my husband’s chair to that furthest gate in the airport at the highest speed possible for a 73 year old. And by that I mean I ran. It was a very stressful experience.

Wifi wasn't working on one of the UA flights after boarding.

Leg room was lacking. Legs crammed into seat in front.

T hey did a great job. Flight was on time .

the plane was old. the wifi didn’t work. the entertainment was boring and dated. the charging ports were impossible to find. i was mostly ignored by flight attendants that had no problem speaking to the man beside me. i got two drinks the entire time i was on the plane.

Seats and leg room were tight but then all airline flights are like that unless you pay extra juice. Flying is no longer to be enjoyed ... only endured. Sad.

Overall, great experience. Check-in and boarding procedure was smooth and orderly, check-in staff were very pleasant and there were no issues with the expected additional payment for check-in baggage (we knew about it beforehand because it was somewhat clearly listed at purchase time). Improvements: unfortunately with drip pricing becoming a more and more common corporate practice, at every step of the process there should be a clear indicator of anything that should cost money in addition to the price of the ticket and is commonly accepted as part of travel (i.e.--check-in baggage and/or food service on a 6 hour+ flight). This price transparency helps customers make informed decision and not feel like they are being ripped off, especially for something like a flight where you cannot easily change plans at the last second. Also, flight attendants seated in the back of the aircraft (rearmost row, 36, I think on that flight from Vancouver to Honolulu) didn't seem to have a dedicated area and were rather chatty with each other the entire flight. Not really a big deal, but I hadn't seen (or heard) that previously, and the flight was fairly quiet overall, except for a crying child or two.

I could not check in on my AC app. You have a glitch in the system for multi dual passports. When entering Canada from NY I have to use my CDN passport. When I go back home from TO to USA I I have to use my US passport. Your check in system for my return flight would not let me enter my US passport and was not flexible. Demanded a resident number or another alien number That could not change to my US passport number. This did not happen before. Annoying had to check in with an agent. Please fix

The flight was very turbulent. The who 3 hours we mostly needed seat belts. Plane is older and does not have tv screens so no entertainment.

Experienced flight cancelations and delays in 5 days. They seem pretty common to AC. Experienced with one of AC's check-in agents at the counter of a big liar. She lied and acted (yes like acting in a movie) that an early flight was fully booked and refused to rebook me, but my flight was delayed two hours so I could not make my connection. Later, I got help at the gate to switch the early flight (Big thanks to that agent). Ater boading, I found the early flight was only 2/3 full meaning there was almost one vacant seat in a 3-person seater, and multiple empty 3-seaters. AC is wired that it is filled with good and bad employees. BTW, AC employees seem never smile, or they don't know how.

Not much food/snacks. I had just tea and it was so bitter.

My husbands flight last night Vancouver/Sydney was 90 minutes late in leaving. My flight tonight Vancouver/Seattle was also late in departing.

My mother, 80years old, had arranged for wheelchair assist to and from the aircraft cabin and in the airport but, no one showed up for her to de-plane. Apart from Air Canada having a reputation of being late for every leg of its flight so nothing was new this time so this time they did worse by not assisting seniors. I guess our whole family is done with this airline

Flights delayed over 4 hours with no compensation. No agents at counters to assist with re-booking.

Seating for almost 3 hours in the plan before aircraft takeoff. Very exhausted .

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Recent round-trip flight deals

 
These are the cheapest round-trip flights to Honolulu found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
11/21Thu
nonstopWestJet
6h 18mYVR-HNL
11/25Mon
nonstopWestJet
5h 53mHNL-YVR
$234
11/29Fri
nonstopWestJet
6h 18mYVR-HNL
12/5Thu
nonstopWestJet
5h 53mHNL-YVR
$236
12/6Fri
1 stopUnited Airlines
9h 28mYVR-HNL
12/11Wed
1 stopUnited Airlines
11h 18mHNL-YVR
$265
9/7Sat
nonstopAir Canada
6h 15mYVR-HNL
9/16Mon
1 stopAir Canada
16h 40mHNL-YVR
$270
10/21Mon
1 stopAir Canada
17h 01mYVR-HNL
10/28Mon
nonstopAir Canada
6h 00mHNL-YVR
$271
9/10Tue
1 stopDelta
8h 33mYVR-HNL
9/17Tue
1 stopDelta
8h 57mHNL-YVR
$281
9/6Fri
1 stopUnited Airlines
12h 15mYVR-HNL
9/17Tue
1 stopUnited Airlines
10h 41mHNL-YVR
$285
8/26Mon
1 stopDelta
12h 39mYVR-HNL
9/2Mon
1 stopDelta
15h 54mHNL-YVR
$289
10/11Fri
2 stopsAlaska Airlines
30h 00mYVR-HNL
10/25Fri
2 stopsAlaska Airlines
20h 41mHNL-YVR
$365
9/2Mon
1 stopAlaska Airlines
20h 59mYVR-HNL
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2 stopsAlaska Airlines
20h 01mHNL-YVR
$366

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Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best deals for one-way flights to Honolulu found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
9/1Sun
nonstopWestJet
6h 13mYVR-HNL
$145
9/22Sun
nonstopWestJet
6h 16mYVR-HNL
$147
11/8Fri
1 stopUnited Airlines
12h 19mYVR-HNL
$162
9/1Sun
1 stopAir Canada
16h 20mYVR-HNL
$168
9/3Tue
1 stopDelta
12h 39mYVR-HNL
$170
9/1Sun
1 stopAir Canada
16h 20mYVR-HNL
$172
8/31Sat
1 stopDelta
12h 39mYVR-HNL
$176
8/28Wed
2 stopsAlaska Airlines
14h 44mYVR-HNL
$181
8/30Fri
2 stopsAlaska Airlines
14h 44mYVR-HNL
$190
9/23Mon
1 stopUnited Airlines
31h 40mYVR-HNL
$235

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Last minute flights to Honolulu

Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights to Honolulu that are departing in the next 10 days.
6/20Thu
multi-stopUnited Airlines
11h 58mYVR-HNL
6/21Fri
multi-stopUnited Airlines
11h 30mHNL-YVR
$317
6/21Fri
multi-stopUnited Airlines
10h 35mYVR-HNL
7/2Tue
multi-stopUnited Airlines
10h 41mHNL-YVR
$331
6/22Sat
multi-stopDelta
19h 00mYWG-HNL
6/26Wed
multi-stopDelta
14h 00mHNL-YWG
$438
6/21Fri
multi-stopDelta
12h 27mYVR-HNL
6/25Tue
multi-stopDelta
12h 40mHNL-YVR
$448
6/23Sun
nonstopWestJet
6h 13mYVR-HNL
6/27Thu
nonstopWestJet
5h 50mHNL-YVR
$539
6/22Sat
nonstopWestJet
6h 13mYVR-HNL
6/27Thu
nonstopWestJet
5h 50mHNL-YVR
$565
6/22Sat
nonstopAir Canada
6h 13mYVR-HNL
7/11Thu
multi-stopAir Canada
9h 03mHNL-YVR
$641
6/22Sat
nonstopAir Canada
6h 13mYVR-HNL
6/30Sun
multi-stopAir Canada
16h 35mHNL-YVR
$682
6/21Fri
multi-stopAlaska Airlines
24h 09mYVR-HNL
6/24Mon
multi-stopAlaska Airlines
22h 21mHNL-YVR
$818
6/22Sat
multi-stopAlaska Airlines
11h 02mYVR-HNL
7/11Thu
multi-stopAlaska Airlines
16h 34mHNL-YVR
$848

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Flights to Honolulu

Destination:

Honolulu (HNL)United States

Return flight deals:

Honolulu - Canada

Cabin classes:

$1,516
$1,167
$883
$257

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