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Roundtrip Nonstop Flight: San Francisco, CA to/from Kahului Maui, Hawaii EXPIRED

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Alaska & Hawaiian Airlines offer Roundtrip Nonstop Flights to and from San Francisco, CA (SFO) and Kahului Maui, Hawaii (OGG) for $237 for travel on select dates in January 2020. Book your flight through Expedia, Orbitz, or Priceline. Thanks serra

Note, These are basic economy fares, a restricted-type fare.

Travel Availability (Subject to change):
  • Departs SFO: Jan 7, 9, 13-15, 20-23, 27-29
  • Departs OGG: Jan 13, 15-16, 22-23, 27-29
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Both Alaska and Hawaiian Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from San Francisco (SFO) and Kahului Maui Hawaii (OGG) for $237, nonstop! These are basic economy fares, a restricted-type fare.

Travel Availability:
Departs SFO: Jan 7, 9, 13-15, 20-23, 27-29
Departs OGG: Jan 13, 15-16, 22-23, 27-29
Use dates and book it on your reputable and known OTAs such as Expedia [expedia.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com], or Priceline [priceline.com].

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I'd sure hope it's non-stop.
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Oh look it's captain fun destroyer. I'm pretty sure many cities or states have such things to prevent people from using their car as a home. But some of those have been slapped down by courts, so maybe Hawaii is due.

So much I don't get with this post and it sounds like misinformation.

First off, the vast majority who travel would agree a non-stop flight is best. It's typically shorter, no either sitting on a plane to let off people and more on or worse having to find a NEW plane. Also, what would a multi leg trip matter if their entertainment is down? It could be down on the longer leg of a flight and you'd run into mostly the same issues.

Next, a flight from CA to HI isn't 11 hours. I flew direct from Phoenix, AZ to Oahu and the longer flight was somewhere in the 6 hour window. I think there are some that do non-stop from Boston or NYC to HI, those may be 11 hours?

Next, I've never been on a flight where the crew would allow children to run up and down the aisles for hours. I'm pretty sure they stop running on a plane pretty quickly. Oh no, someone reclined their seat! I'm 6' tall and a bigger dude, it's not fun riding on a plane typically anyway and I accept that and prepare myself before hand. I've never been bothered on a flight because of it.

Lastly, this boggles my mind - you relied solely on the TV on the plane working for an 11 hour flight? You don't have a phone, tablet, laptop, Sudoku, or even a couple books to entertain you? If all of the above bothers you so much and you could try to rest, why not upgrade to a 1st class ticket? None of this makes much sense to anyone who's ever heard how a plane trip works, let alone been on a plane.

Edit - there's a very clear rainy/dry season for many tropical islands. It's not hard to find that out...
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Find a Costco for food and booze, and sleep in your rental car. It's only a few days.
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I'd sure hope it's non-stop.
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Don't remember seeing it lower.

Thank you Serra,

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I'd sure hope it's non-stop.
not all flights from the west coast to hawaii are nonstop.
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Don't remember seeing it lower.

Thank you Serra,

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same. this is the same price sfo-boston for rt! crazy, isn't it? and thank you Blush2
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I'm sure most people familiar with Hawaii know this, but its VERY expensive in Maui, and this is coming from someone that live in California already Stick Out Tongue
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I'm sure most people familiar with Hawaii know this, but its VERY expensive in Maui, and this is coming from someone that live in California already Stick Out Tongue
Find a Costco for food and booze, and sleep in your rental car. It's only a few days.
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Just got back from a week on the Big Island. Was seriously the best vacation Ive ever had, and I only managed to do half of the things I wanted to. I cant wait to go back and eventually go to all the other islands as well.
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Find a Costco for food and booze, and sleep in your rental car. It's only a few days.
Its illegal to sleep in your car in Hawaii, and they look for this....
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Its illegal to sleep in your car in Hawaii, and they look for this....
It's a joke. And I was just there two weeks ago. No one is looking for tourists sleeping in their rental cars LOL.
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Its illegal to sleep in your car in Hawaii, and they look for this....
True, the Costco parking lots are clear during the evenings but everywhere else you see people in cars sleeping.
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Just got back from a week on the Big Island. Was seriously the best vacation Ive ever had, and I only managed to do half of the things I wanted to. I cant wait to go back and eventually go to all the other islands as well.
Going next month. What's your top things to do?
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Its illegal to sleep in your car in Hawaii, and they look for this....
Oh look it's captain fun destroyer. I'm pretty sure many cities or states have such things to prevent people from using their car as a home. But some of those have been slapped down by courts, so maybe Hawaii is due.
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I wouldnt recommend non stop but just my experience. I went two Thanksgivings ago and their wifi didn't work. they also had no TV or movies because the entertainment was down.

so for 11 hours I had nothing to do but drink. sounds like fun but it wasn't. then these kids ran up and down the aisles non stop because they had nothing to do and the people in front of us put their chairs all the way back. the lady next to me did her nails. just torture.

a good question is...Does it rain in January? it rained for us in November and we couldn't go in the water for safety reasons because of the tides etc. lots to consider
So much I don't get with this post and it sounds like misinformation.

First off, the vast majority who travel would agree a non-stop flight is best. It's typically shorter, no either sitting on a plane to let off people and more on or worse having to find a NEW plane. Also, what would a multi leg trip matter if their entertainment is down? It could be down on the longer leg of a flight and you'd run into mostly the same issues.

Next, a flight from CA to HI isn't 11 hours. I flew direct from Phoenix, AZ to Oahu and the longer flight was somewhere in the 6 hour window. I think there are some that do non-stop from Boston or NYC to HI, those may be 11 hours?

Next, I've never been on a flight where the crew would allow children to run up and down the aisles for hours. I'm pretty sure they stop running on a plane pretty quickly. Oh no, someone reclined their seat! I'm 6' tall and a bigger dude, it's not fun riding on a plane typically anyway and I accept that and prepare myself before hand. I've never been bothered on a flight because of it.

Lastly, this boggles my mind - you relied solely on the TV on the plane working for an 11 hour flight? You don't have a phone, tablet, laptop, Sudoku, or even a couple books to entertain you? If all of the above bothers you so much and you could try to rest, why not upgrade to a 1st class ticket? None of this makes much sense to anyone who's ever heard how a plane trip works, let alone been on a plane.

Edit - there's a very clear rainy/dry season for many tropical islands. It's not hard to find that out...
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I'd sure hope it's non-stop.
It could stop in Los Angeles, San Diego, other hubs....prior to going to Hawaii...
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