When is the Best Time to Fly from Brisbane to Hawaii?
Like Brisbane, Honolulu is treated to warm, tropical sunny weather throughout the year. But if you’d still like to trade in the slightly chillier winters of Brisbane for balmy summers of Hawaii—because Australia’s winter is Hawaii’s summer—then booking a direct flight from Brisbane to Honolulu during May, June or July won’t do you wrong. Of course, cheap flights become more apparent during fall and spring, so you may want to book airfares from Brisbane during these times. Those looking for last minute flights will want to use Hawaiian Airlines’ online ticket booking platform, which will find you the best airfares and deals on all direct flights.
Which Airports will I be Using when Flying from Brisbane to Honolulu?
If you’re departing from Brissie, you’ll be passing through the Brisbane Airport, the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport for a brief layover—make this your chance to stretch your legs and grab something to eat on your Brisbane to Hawaii flight!—before you fly direct across the Pacific and land at the Daniel K. Inouye Airport in Honolulu. If you’re flying to a neighbor island, such as Kauai, Maui or the Big Island,
you’ll fly from BNE to HNL before heading over to your final destination.
How Long is the Flight from Brisbane, AU to Hawaii?
If you’re worried about the travel time from Hawaii to Brisbane, and vice versa, don’t be! The total flight time will be around 14 hours—your return flight will be nearly the same—depending on the length of your layover in Sydney, which will give you ample time to purchase breakfast, lunch or dinner as well as use the bathroom and stretch your legs before your venture over the Pacific to Hawaii. The distance from Honolulu to Brisbane is 7,565 kilometers, however since you’ll be leaving from Sydney, you can expect to fly closer to 8,161 kilometers before touching down in paradise.
General Facts About Hawaii
Like Australia, Hawaii is home to a wide variety of fauna that live both above ground and underwater. From the ever-relaxed honu (Hawaiian green sea turtle) to flocks of colorful native birds, there are numerous endemic and migratory species that you may encounter on your Hawaiian vacation. This is in large part thanks to the myriad of ecosystems and biomes that can be found in the Islands, with the Big Island hosting ten of the world’s fourteen unique biomes, the only place on earth with so many concentrated in a small area.