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Flights from Atlanta to Hawaii in the $400s round-trip

Flights from Atlanta to Hawaii in the $400s round-trip
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Travel to Hawaii for less than $550 round-trip from ATL? Absolutely!
Clara Bosonetto | June 7, 2024

Many airlines have opened a savings window for trips from Atlanta to Maui, Hawaii. The benefit is that you can book the best possible itinerary and round-trip price using different carriers. going to the island and another for your return. This current sale window saves an average of $240 round-trip, per person vs other travel dates.

American and United offer one-way rates of $230 on August 20-November 19 departures and returns.

Delta’s one-way rate going to and from Maui is $240. Depart August 25-November 19. Yes, Delta does offer the only nonstop flight between ATL and Maui but it is seasonal (operating Nov 21-March 29) with Basic Economy rates starting at $735.

Southwest participates with one-way rates of $280 when departing August 21-October 31. You are permitted two free checked bags on Southwest and there is never a fee to change your ticket dates, although a price difference may apply.

Trips to other Hawaiian islands are similarly priced. Here are some starting rates for Economy travel:

  • $226 Honolulu (limited availability on United and Alaska)
  • $240 Kona or Hilo
  • $280 Kauai
  • Interisland rates start from $49

Main Cabin and other levels of Economy class with most of these airlines start from $300 each way; Main Plus $280-$385. For instance, United offers a one-way rate of $350 Economy Fully Refundable.

There is no ticket-by date for this deal, so make haste.

Service from Atlanta to Hawaii will require one flight connection on any of these participating airlines.

I took my search for a bundled vacation a bit further and wanted to see what savings I would see booking my airfare + hotel and/or rental car for a 7-night getaway in September.

There was a total misfire at Southwest Vacations for a Flight + Car package. Here’s the result with no option to modify the inquiry: The car rental location is not open at the requested pick-up or drop-off time. Please verify the hours of operation, adjust car times and retry your reservation.

Moving on, I checked American Airlines Vacations for the same dates for Flight + Hotel. The per-person rate was $1,452, or $2,904 for two. Yikes. That calculates to about $285 a night for a standard property, no breakfast, no extras.

There are hundreds of Maui vacation rentals at Airbnb or VRBO and other sites that are quite nice for $150 a night with the perks of more room and amenities.

I made a Flight + Rental Car at Delta Vacation to receive results of $1,564 per person. That price includes an Economy rental car with Alamo. That’s nuts.

It was easy to beat that price when booking a rental car at (just a random choice), I found a one-week rental at Sixt for $350 all-in on a Compact SUV (Chevrolet Trailblazer or similar).

For activities and sightseeing, check out your options at or Tip: If you prefer to book directly with the outfitter vs third party, you should be able to determine the name of the company and then visit their website for your final booking. But these two websites will show you hundreds of options to enhance your stay.

Tip: Book all your vacation needs a la carte. It will take more steps and time, but in the end, you can get to Maui on a less than $2,000 budget which would include round-trip airfare, a one-week condo stay, a one-week rental car and a couple of fun guided activities (snorkel trips, sunset sail…). Aloha!

You can DIY the land portion of your trip to the Hawaiian Islands, but you can also bundle your air reservations with accommodations and/or a rental car with your booked airline. Another way to save a bit is to book land components with online travel agencies such as Outrigger, Pleasant Hawaii, and Costco — just to name a few.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel, and check out for trip insurance.

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