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flights to Hawaii

Postby SRS » 12 May 2012, 22:37

Anyone know what might be cheapest flights to Hawaii. We would like to go in September. Cheapest I found was United Airlines about $1150 US per person.
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Re: flights to Hawaii

Postby tommy525 » 12 May 2012, 22:40

SRS wrote:Anyone know what might be cheapest flights to Hawaii. We would like to go in September. Cheapest I found was United Airlines about $1150 US per person.


China Airlines does TPE to Japan (forget which airport) and then on to hawaii. They may be the cheapest.
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Re: flights to Hawaii

Postby SRS » 12 May 2012, 22:45

I checked using a search on Expedia and China Airlines was more expensive than United. About $400 US more per person. Should I check a local travel agent? Would they have a lower price for China Airlines?
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Re: flights to Hawaii

Postby tommy525 » 13 May 2012, 00:26

try calling China Airlines themselves. Often the airlines themselves have specials if you call them. OR mosey over to their office in person and ask.

I got a cheap ticket that way to SFO once.

DId a search on travelocity for next week departure, Roundtrip. Results:


Lowest Fare Summary By Departure Time By Airline
Non-Stops 1 Stops 2+ Stops
Delta Air Lines --- $1156.29 $1474.01
Korean Air --- $1458.29 ---
Japan Airlines --- $1463.09 $1471.09
United --- $1535.29 ---
China Airlines --
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