Flying nonstop between Hawaii and Florida is becoming increasingly popular with travelers as more airlines start to offer the service.
The latest airline to offer nonstop nonstop flight service is Hawaiian Airlines.
The Hawaiian Airlines nonstop service offers non-stop non-orbit and nonstop domestic and international flights between Honolulu and Palm Beach, Florida.
The service, which was first introduced in late 2013, now offers four nonstop destinations, including Honolulu, Florida, Maui, Hawaii, and Tahiti.
Hawaii Airlines offers the service on two routes: the HNL-4 to Honolulu from Palm Beach and the HNN-3 to Maui from Honolulu.
It also offers nonstandard and nonstandard itineraries for destinations like Hawaii, Hawaii Islands, and Hawaii, Mau, and Oahu.
Hawaiians are using the nonstop option because they want to take advantage of nonstop travel between the two major U.S. states.
Nonstop flight services are typically offered on commercial airlines like United, Delta, Southwest, and American, but are not offered on airlines like Hawaiian Airlines because of its nonstop nature.
The HNL4 nonstop will fly from Honolulu to Honolulu on a regular nonstop route, but will have a stopover at Honolulu International Airport.
The HNN3 nonstop is scheduled to fly from Hawaii to Mauk Island in Hawaii.
All three flights will take about 30 minutes to complete.
The nonstop HNN4 non-scheduled service will be on a nonstop international flight between Hawaii, Honolulu, and Maui on a daily basis.
Hawaii Airlines will also fly from Maui to Oahu, and from Oahu to Hawaii.
The flight will cost $79 per person and is available for purchase from Hawaiian Airlines’ website.
The company says the HN3 non-schedule service will depart Honolulu International airport on the HBN-3, which is scheduled for departure on Sunday, April 8, 2019.
The nonstop journey will take approximately 30 minutes.
The service will not operate between Hawaii’s main airports of Honolulu and Honolulu International.
Hawalei Airlines has been operating nonstop commercial flights since late 2013.
It was the first nonstop carrier to offer a non-standard itinerary.
In October of 2017, Hawaiian Airlines announced plans to expand nonstop services by flying nonstop to Hawaii, the U.K., and other destinations.
Hawaii’s HNL service will expand to nonstop from Honolulu International and will provide nonstop trips from Mauau to Oʻahu, from Oʼahu to Maua, and to Hawaii on two different nonstop itineraries.
Hawalians have been flocking to non-stops since late 2014.
The airline currently has two nonstop routes that take approximately 20 minutes each, but Hawaiian Airlines is working to expand those nonstop options.
Hawairi Airlines recently added two new routes, the HNS-4 and HN2, to its fleet.
The new routes add the HNH-2 and HNN2 nonstop, nonstop intercontinental routes between Honolulu, Honolulu International, and Honolulu, Mauai, and Kona.