Spain: $445 Flights from Honolulu (Hand Luggage Only)

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Today we bring you a deal to travel from Honolulu (also available from Hawaiian islands) to Madrid and Barcelona, starting at US$445 (~€409). This offer is in basic economy class, so you will have to pay for seat selection and baggage check for these flights which add up around US$180 (~€165) but even with that added, it’s a great price. The availability of the flights is from January to April.

It is possible to find flights with any of the three alliances, but our example is with American Airlines and Iberia due to a single short layover in Los Angeles on the outbound flight. Unlike Delta, which has a 9-hour layover in JFK, or United, which has a 13-hour layover in Newark with the one-stop option. You can also find flights around US$30 (~€28) less with two stops.

Our availability calendar highlights all possible flight dates with prices below $570 for trips up to 28 days. It will redirect you to Momondo with your selected flight dates.

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First, you will fly from Honolulu to Los Angeles with American Airlines on the Airbus A321neo with a 3-3 configuration. For your transatlantic flight, you will either fly on Iberia’s A330 with a 2-4-2 configuration or the Airbus A350 with a 3-3-3 configuration.

Search & Book

This deal will expire on January 30, 2024. A minimum stay of seven days or a Saturday overnight stay, and a maximum stay of twelve months applies. Available dates are between January and April.

You can find suitable dates using our calendar above or with the help of Google Flights. Due to the nature of this deal, we recommend using the calendar in the above search engine and finding the best dates with Momondo. There, you can discover codeshares flights that might lower the flight price, and you can directly it with the airline from there.

Why is booking with an airline better than with an online travel agency?

More often than not, online travel agencies offer lower fares than airlines do. We still recommend booking with the airlines directly. There are two main reasons for that:

Better Customer Service
In case any problems like delays, cancellations or missed connections arise, you can communicate directly with the airline. The airline has to take care of you because you have a contract with them.

If a travel agency issues your ticket, you may have to reach out to them first. You also depend on your OTA to forward information like flight changes instead of receiving them directly from the airline. In many cases, you may get a prime exhibition of responsibility shifting rather than problem-solving.

This especially applies to premium tickets. You don’t want to spend more than €1,000 to wind up with some budget OTA’s telephone hotline in case anything goes wrong.

Baggage and Other Fees
Economy fares not including hold luggage are industry standard by now. In most cases, travel agencies charge much higher baggage fees than the airlines themselves. If bags are not included in your fare, airlines are often the cheaper alternative.

This also applies to other things like food services, insurances or priority treatment. In almost all cases, you pay less for additional amenities when booking on the airlines’ website.

Mileage

Here are the miles and points you can earn when booking our example flights with Oneworld members Iberia and American Airlines:

  • 6,248 Miles on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
  • 5,206 Avios + 50 Qpoints on Qatar Privilege Club
  • 5,206 Miles on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 5,206 Miles on Royal Air Maroc Safar Flyer
  • 5,206 Points on Finnair Plus
  • 5,206 Miles on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 5,206 Miles on SriLankan FlySmiLes
  • 5,206 Award Miles on Etihad Guest
  • 5,206 Miles on GOL Aéreos Smiles
  • 1,802 Miles on American AAdvantage
  • 1,664 Avios + 80 Tier Points on British Airways Executive Club
  • 1,650 Avios + 270 Elite Points on Iberia Plus
Data provided by miles.travel-dealz.com. Without guarantee on correctness.

Cover Picture: by Jorge Fernández Salas on Unsplash.com

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