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Direct flights from Dallas to Honolulu International

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AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME8 hrs 32 minsCHEAPEST NON-STOP ROUNDTRIP$243 AVERAGE FLIGHTS PER WEEK57AIRLINES THAT FLY NON-STOP

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The best price found on brianowens.tv for a flight from Dallas to Honolulu International is $243. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
Daily nonstop service is available from American, flying out of Dallas-Fort Worth. The direct flight takes about eight and a half hours. Several other daily options are available that have a stop of about an hour in Los Angeles. These include additional flights with American as well as United, Delta and Virgin America.

Dallas Departure Information

If you're departing from Dallas, you can take the DART light rail most of the way to the airport. A shuttle bus called the Love Link takes passengers from Inwood / Love Field Station to the airport. This shuttle circulates several times per hour all day long, only shutting down for a few hours overnight.

If you need to grab something to eat before the flight, DFW has a huge range of dining options. Many of the usual quick-serve chains are present at the airport, but nicer fare is also available. Higher-end restaurants at the airport include Whitetail Bistro, Cool River Cafe, Cousins Bar-B-Q, Lorena Garcia Tapas Y Cocina and Vino Volo. And even if you're not a fan, the Dallas Cowboys Club is worth a look for its Tex-Mex fare and range of beers on tap.

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Unlimited free WiFi is available throughout the airport; look for the “attwifi” connections.

Preparing to Arrive at Honolulu International

The Daniel K. Inouye International Airport has a number of interesting dining options including sushi at Umaizushi, hot dog sandwiches at Makai Plantation, roast chicken from Lahaina Chicken Company and fresh salads from The Local. Of course, if you just want something quick from a familiar chain, that's an option too. Burger King, Starbucks, Pinkberry, Quiznos and California Pizza Kitchen are all on site.

There is no rail service from the airport, but there are several city buses that stop there and connect to downtown and the Air Force base. A number of rental car chains are also present at the airport including Budget, National, Enterprise and Hertz.

Free WiFi is available all throughout the airport. Computer workstations that charge a fee are also available in the main concourse.

Things to do in Honolulu

When people think “vacation”, Honolulu (or something much like it) is one of the first places that comes to mind. Hawaii's tropical capital enjoys mild weather all year long and an extended dry season from May to October. The beach and outdoor adventures are usually the main draw for visitors, but Honolulu is also the state's center for dining, nightlife and shopping.

Prime hiking spots in the area include Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, Nu'uanu Pali, and Koko Head. Waikiki Beach is the most celebrated stretch of sand for lounging and surfing, but there are many other quality beach spots in the Honolulu area: Kuhio, Kahala, Ala Moana and Fort DeRussy among them.

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Honolulu is also a must-see for American history buffs, particularly those interested in military history. Pearl Harbor is still in use as an active military installation, but also hosts a variety of museums and historic sites such as the Pacific Aviation Museum, the Battleship Missouri and USS Arizona memorials, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and the Pearl Harbor Historic Site. In addition to naval history, many visitors enjoy the 'Iolani Palace, Honolulu Museum of Art, Moanalua Gardens and the Hawaii State Art Museum.

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