Flights from Cleveland to Honolulu now $392

Flights from Cleveland to Honolulu now $392 1

Cheap Flights from Cleveland to Honolulu starting at $392 roundtrip

AIRLINE:  United Airlines
DEAL:  Cheap Flights from Cleveland to Honolulu
PRICE:  from $392 roundtrip
DEPART:  Cleveland CLE
ARRIVE:  Honolulu HNL
DATES:  May 2020 (limited availability)

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About Honolulu

The name Honolulu means “sheltered bay” or “peace of shelter” in Hawaiian, and its natural harbor catapulted this humble village to importance when, in 1809, shortly after King Kamehameha I conquered Oahu in order to unite the Hawaiian Islands under the Kingdom of Hawaii, that he moved his royal court from the island of Hawaii to Oahu. Eventually, in 1845, Kamehameha III officially moved the kingdom’s capital from Lahaina on Maui to Honolulu.

Honolulu’s ideally located port made the city a perfect stop for merchant ships traveling between North America and Asia, and through the 1800s, descendants of missionaries who arrived in the early 1800s established their headquarters in Honolulu, making it the center of business and the main seaport for the Hawaiian Islands.

Naturally, when most visitors think of beaches here, they think of the famous Waikiki Beach. As the tourist center of the Hawaiian Islands, this white sand beach, framed by hotels and Diamond Head as a backdrop, is easily the most crowded. Waikiki is popular with a wide crowd, as it’s a excellent place for swimming, sunbathers, catamaran and outrigger canoes, as well as a great spot for beginner surfers and body boarders (and there are plenty of surf schools set up in Waikiki for lessons). What’s remarkable is that even in Waikiki you can find a fairly quiet beach; it’s just a matter of knowing where to look.

Pearl Harbor, located in Western Honolulu, is well-remembered for ‘December 7, 1941— “a date which will live in infamy” (President Franklin D. Roosevelt), when an attack by Japanese forces killed over 2,000 personnel and brought the U.S. military into World War II. Today the harbor, still functioning as a navy base, is the site of several memorials honoring the fallen of that day and the rest of the war. The centerpiece is the USS Arizona Memorial, which was built over the sunken hull of the USS Arizona battleship; the resting place of many who died that day. [read more]

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