Getting from Seattle to Hawaii
Although sometimes they may seem light years apart in climate, the Pacific Northwest is really just a short hop across the Pacific from the Hawaiian islands. If you’re looking to trade in the rain and the cold for some aloha and sunshine, you’re in luck! There are now a few airlines that offer nonstop service between Seattle and Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, and Kona. Additional results are being added as demand increases, so it’s the perfect time book your flight to Hawaii.
Flights from Seattle to Honolulu
Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Delta all fly direct between Seattle (SEA) and Honolulu (HNL), Oahu. Connecting flights (usually via Los Angeles or San Francisco) may be available via other carriers as well.
Flights from Seattle to Maui
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines operate direct flights between Seattle (SEA) and Kahului (OGG), Maui. You may also want to expand your search to nearby airports, or even check rates on flights from Portland (PDX), Oregon.
Flights from Seattle to the Big Island
Alaska Airlines is currently the only airline that flies direct from Seattle (SEA) to Kona (KOA), on the Big Island. There are no direct flights between Seattle and Hilo.
Flights from Seattle to Kauai
Alaska Airlines is currently the only airline that flies direct from Seattle (SEA) to Lihue (LIH), Kauai.
…Don’t feel like flying?
Check out Google Maps step #10 in this set of directions. I guess flying isn’t your only option after all!
When to Go
Although Hawaii is a great year-round destination, the busiest times of the year tend to be summer and winter. Traveling in the off peak “shoulder” seasons during the spring and fall will often get you the best deals and fewer crowds. You may also want to check out some of the most popular seasonal events, like whale watching in the winter or the big summer waves so you can try your luck with surfing. So many reasons to plan a trip!
>> Fore more information on When to Go to Hawaii