What is the longest flight in North America?
These are the longest:
- Honolulu (HNL) – Boston (BOS): 5,095 miles.
- HNL – New York (JFK): 4,983 miles.
- HNL – Newark (EWR): 4,962 miles.
- HNL – Washington Dulles (IAD): 4,817 miles.
- HNL – Atlanta (ATL): 4,502 miles.
- HNL – Detroit (DTW): 4,475 miles.
- HNL – Chicago (ORD): 4,243 miles.
What should I wear on a 10 hour flight?
What to wear on a long-haul flight
- Long pullover or cardigan. Since you will be sitting most of the time, it is important to wear a top layer that is a little longer so that your back is not exposed.
- Scarf or pashmina.
- T-shirt or top.
- Loose pants.
- Sneakers or comfortable shoes.
- Compression stockings.
On average, you can expect to pay $725 for a flight from Hawaii to Atlanta. The cheapest flight in total is $325, while the most popular route (Honolulu – Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson) is currently priced at $598.
How long does it take to fly from Denver to Hawaii?
From the Midwest, flights can be 7-9 hours (hey, America is a big country and there is a big difference between Denver and Atlanta). And from the East Coast, flights can be 10+ hours (yikes!). Now, I haven't flown direct from the East Coast, but I have flown direct from Dallas, TX (8 hour flight), so I have some personal experience here.
Are there direct flights from the west coast to Hawaii?
I'd say these are DIRECT flight times (my preferred method of travel), but the majority of flights to Hawaii connect on the West Coast, so you'll be able to split it up. Now about jet lag. Hawaii does not observe daylight saving time, so the time difference depends on the season.
How to survive the long flight to Hawaii?
For my tips for surviving the flight to Hawaii… Use Seat Guru. Use Seat Guru to look up the layout of your flight (just enter your airline and flight number). Most planes have some sweet little spots with extra legroom or more privacy that might be worth an upgrade. Window or hallway.
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