Discover Hawaii : Discover Hawaii 2014
FAST FACTS 78 DISCOVER HAWAI‘I The Hawaiian Islands: Fast facts FLIGHTS FROM AUSTRALIA Direct services to Hawai‘i depart from Sydney (Hawaiian Airlines, Jetstar and Qantas), Brisbane (Hawaiian Airlines) and Melbourne (Jetstar). These services arrive into Honolulu International Airport on the island of O‘ahu. Travellers from other Australian states should arrange domestic fights to connect in Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. Each international carrier has a domestic airline partnership which will allow luggage to be checked through from the domestic point of embarkation to Honolulu. Please ask your international carrier for more information. INTER-ISLAND FLIGHTS It’s easy to travel between the Hawaiian Islands. Flights depart regularly and are short in duration. Hawaiian Airlines offers more than 160 inter-island fights per week. Other inter-island carriers include Island Air, go! Airlines and Mokulele Airlines. VISA REGULATIONS Australian holidaymakers must be processed via the ‘Electronic System for Travel Authorization’ (ESTA) prior to travelling to the USA by air or sea under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). A fee of US$14 applies to new applications and renewals (payable by credit or debit card). Visit cbp.gov/esta. The fve major airports are: Honolulu (HNL) on the island of O‘ahu; Hilo (ITO) and Kona (KOA) on Hawai‘i Island; Kahului (OGG) on the island of Maui; Līhuʻe (LIH) on the island of Kaua‘i. Smaller airports include: Kapalua (JHM) and Hāna (HNM) on Maui; Waimea-Kohala (MUE) on Hawai‘i Island; Moloka‘i (MKK) and Kalaupapa (LUP) on the island of Molokaʻi; Lānaʻi (LYN) on the island of Lānaʻi. Flight times from Honolulu International Airport (HNL), O‘ahu to: Līhu‘e Airport (LIH) Kaua‘i 30 min Kahului Airport (OGG) Maui 30 min Moloka‘i Airport (MKK) 25 min Lāna‘i Airport (LNY) 25 min Hilo International Airport (ITO) Hawai‘i Island 50 min Kona International Airport (KOA) Hawai‘i Island 45 min PLANNING YOUR HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY Shoulder seasons: March-May and September-November generally offer greater availability of accommodation across Hawai‘i. Peak seasons: June-August (Hawaiian summer and long summer break for schools/universities in mainland USA); mid-December to mid-January (encompassing Christmas and New Year); April and October (Australian and New Zealand school holidays). Accommodation may be more diffcult to secure in peak seasons so book early.
Discover Hawaii 2015
Discover Hawaii 2013