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Portland to Honolulu Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $389.6
Travel Distance:2,603 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: Sun Country Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Wednesday
Weekly Flights:125
Avg. Flight Duration:05.50 Hours

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Airports in Portland

The city of Portland is served by Portland International Airport. The Portland International Airport is the largest airport in the U.S State of Oregon. It is a civil-military airport situated 19 kilometers away from the Portland city center. The airport offers non-stop international flights to Canada, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Various modes of transportation are available at the airport for smooth connectivity to the city. These include charter bus service, door-to-door shuttle, rental cars, scheduled bus & vans, taxis, TriMet/MAX, and more.

Explore Honolulu

If Oahu is the heart of Hawaii, then Honolulu is its racing pulse. In this cosmopolitan capital city, you’ll find everything from historic landmarks to fine dining to world-class shopping. Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of the island, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world-famous Waikiki Beach along the way. Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown are Oahu’s centers for government, business and arts, with dining and nightlife around every corner. Kapahulu is a small neighborhood next to Waikiki where you find eclectic shops and some of Honolulu’s best local food. Whether you’re looking for Hawaiian-made handicrafts to remember your trip by or high-end fashion labels you can’t find at home, Honolulu is every shopper’s paradise.

Things to Do in Honolulu

Kawaiahao Church

Known as the Westminster Abbey of the Pacific, Kawaiahao Church was the first Christian Church built on Oahu. Dedicated on July 21, 1842, “The Great Stone Church” is made of 14,000 coral slabs from ocean reefs that were hauled from the sea by native laborers and missionaries. The church and the grounds were named a National Historic Landmark in 1962. Kawaiahao Church still serves as a center of worship for Hawaii’s people, with services conducted every Sunday in Hawaiian and English.

National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Oahu

Located just north of Downtown Honolulu in a long-extinct volcano called Punchbowl Crater, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific is the resting-place for almost 53,000 veterans (and eligible family members). The memorial, placed on the National Register of Historic Places, stands in honor of the sacrifices and achievements of the American Armed Forces and commemorates the soldiers of 20th century wars, including those who were lost during the attack at Pearl Harbor. Medal of Honor recipients and other notable Hawaii heroes are buried here, including Ellison Onizuka, Hawaii’s first astronaut, and Stanley Dunham, World War II veteran and President Barack Obama’s grandfather. The engraved names of almost 29,000 heroes from World War II and the Vietnam and Korean wars who were designated Missing in Action, Lost or Buried at Sea are honored in the ten Courts of the Missing. Serene and poignant, the memorial also offers a panoramic view of Honolulu from the top of Punchbowl’s crater rim. free walking tours are sponsored by Veterans of the American Legion.

Waikiki

Located on the south shore of Honolulu, the world-famous neighborhood of Waikiki was once a playground for Hawaiian royalty. Known in Hawaiian as spouting waters Waikiki was introduced to the world when its first hotel, the Moana Surf rider, was built on its shores in 1901. Today, Waikiki is Oahu’s main hotel and resort area and a vibrant gathering place for visitors from around the world. Along the main strip of Kalakaua Avenue you will find world-class shopping, dining, entertainment, activities and resorts. the calm waters of Waikiki are perfect for a surfing lesson. In fact, legendary Hawaiian waterman Duke Kahanamoku grew up surfing the waves of Waikiki. This Olympic gold medalist in swimming taught visitors how to surf at the turn of the century and was later known as “the father of modern surfing.” Today, the Waikiki Beach Boys perpetuate Duke’s legacy by teaching visitors how to surf and canoe and the Duke Kahanamoku Statue has become an iconic symbol of Waikiki.

Best Time to Fly to Honolulu

The best time to visit Oahu is from mid-April to early June or between September and mid-December. During these shoulder seasons, attractions are less crowded, festivals are plentiful, and airfare and room rates are at their lowest.