Honolulu, HI Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Honolulu, HI

An exotic ornament of the Pacific Ocean, this Polynesian capital roars with spectacular geo-phenomena, iconic surf, and mouthwatering poke. From the honey-colored sands of Waikiki to the rugged peaks of Diamond Head, it’s no wonder this city has been hailed as one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. Commence your tropical getaway luxuriously when you book a private jet to Honolulu with Evo.

Clad with high-rise hotels, world-class resorts, and seaside shacks, the shores of Waikiki Beach are always bustling with live music, swaying palm trees, and pineapple cocktails. Snorkelers will be surrounded by a kaleidoscope of vivid coral reefs, an assortment of marine life, and incredible views both below and above the surface of the ocean. Embrace the ocean breeze as you spend your days making leis or floating atop the turquoise waters when you charter a private flight to Honolulu.

Known by the locals as Le’ahi, one of the island’s geologic masterpieces was born over three thousand years ago after a single volcanic eruption that ejected loads of magma into the air. Over time, the ash consolidated and created what is also known as Diamond Head, the iconic sight on Honolulu’s skyline and legendary hiking trail.

No private jet trip to Honolulu is complete without grabbing some wax and a surfboard to experience some of the best swells on the globe. From the Bowls of Ala Moana to the legendary waves of Banzai Pipeline, with world-renowned surf spots all over the island, you’ll find a barrel to cruise through no matter your skill level. And if exploring the surf capital isn’t on your bucket list, jaw-dropping competitions are happening year-round, attracting thousands to witness raw talent take on colossal swells.

Hiking the rainforest may be one of the most memorable things you do when you book a private jet to Honolulu, especially Moana Falls. This two-mile trail will lead you through a lush oasis of tree canopies and native wildlife, leading to the long-awaited views of the cascading waterfall. You may recognize the falls, as even Hollywood has appreciated the scenery and has featured the rapids in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, as well as Jurassic Park.

A dreamy destination to either unwind or spike your adrenaline, with a charter flight to Honolulu, you may find yourself swaying your hips to the sound of the ipu heke in no time. Leave the hassle of flying to Evo and contact our charter specialists today!

Private Jet Airports in Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Honolulu International Airport (PHNL / HNL) — This is the primary gateway into Oahu and is also referred to as Daniel K. Inouye International after the U.S. Senator and Medal of Honor Recipient.

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Honolulu, HI

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu, HI will cost $55,000 or more in a Supermidsize Jet, for example.

Please note: Due to rapidly rising costs and unprecedented demand, the pricing listed below may be outdated. Please use our cost calculator for real-time pricing and to submit your trip requests. Thank you for flying with evoJets!

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Honolulu, HI that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Los Angeles$55,000Supermidsize Jet8-10
Vancouver$62,000Supermidsize Jet8-10
San Jose$60,000Supermidsize Jet8-10
Denver$90,000Heavy Jet10-16

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Honolulu, Hawaii

  • The Royal Hawaiin, a Luxury Collection Resort
  • The Kahala Hotel & Resort
  • The Ritz-Carlton Residences

Restaurants in Honolulu, Hawaii

  • La Mer
  • Orchids
  • Azure
  • Chef Chai
  • Hy’s Steak House

Arts and Culture Sights of Honolulu, HI

Say “aloha” to the arts and history of an island culture that has many calling this alluring destination nothing short of paradise. The peaceful “hula” dance and exciting but laid-back luau parties are just the tip of the melting iceberg here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. To get a handle on the Honolulu culture, check out some of these entertaining sites and venues:

  • National Memorial of the Pacific
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  • Hawaii’s Plantation Village
  • USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
  • Art on the Zoo Fence

Outdoor Activities and Sport Venues in Honolulu, HI

There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in Honolulu, including an endless variety of water sports. Learn to surf, snorkel, or scuba dive in one of the most beautiful locations on earth. You can also find many of your favorite recreational activities, from golf to horseback riding and more, as well as exciting spectator sports. Some of the many opportunities you will find here include:

  • Twogood Kayaks Hawaii
  • Coral Creek Golf Course
  • A Tradewind Charter
  • EO Wai’anae Tours
  • Hawaiian Surf Adventure

Weather in Honolulu, HI

Honolulu’s weather, as well as that of the rest of Hawaii, is quite mild. Temperatures usually range in the 70s during summer, and the 60s in winter. September is the warmest month of the year, with an average maximum temperature of 81.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The coolest month, February, has an average minimum temperature of 62.1 degrees. Honolulu’s annual average precipitation is 28.41 inches, and the wettest month is December, at an average rainfall of 3.86 inches.