(EXPIRED) Fly WAS / NYC / CLT To Hawaii For Under $350 RT (Basic Economy Fares)

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American Airlines and United are having Basic Economy fare sales from the east coast to Hawaii. Flights from New York, Washington D.C., Charlotte (and possibly more) are available for under $350 round trip.

American Airlines Sale To Hawaii

The Deal

  • Fly to Hawaii from the east coast for under $350 from several airports and multiple airlines.

Quick Thoughts

Secret Flying found low fares on American Airlines from Washington D.C. and New York. For example, a round trip flight from IAD to OGG between October 30 and November 6 is pricing out at only $337 (click the image below to be taken to the itinerary on Google Flights).

IAD-OGG American Airlines

If you want to book a last minute trip, there are round trip flights from EWR to OGG between September 27 and October 2 which also cost $337.

EWR-OGG American Airlines

United also appears to be getting in on the act. There are round trip flights from CLT to OGG from November 29 to December 5 pricing out at $337 as well.

CLT-OGG United Airlines

Be aware that these flights have two connections on either the outbound or inbound flights, so they’re not going to be the fastest journeys. However, at less than $350 per person, some of you might be interested in taking advantage.

Last updated on March 31st, 2019

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