Delta: Newark/Washington DC – Honolulu (Also Maui, Kona, Kauai). $582. Roundtrip. All in! It’s ON!

The team here really enjoys it when airlines have their hub wars. Newark is a Continental hub. This morning, Continental priced Salt Lake City to Honolulu for under $400. Now, Delta has returned the favor. This is also Delta, so this fare will NOT last. Hurry.

[Update 1 @ 2:15pm  – fare is also valid to Maui, Kona and Kauai]

[Update 2 @ 2:45pm – fare is valid from Washington DC to Honululu, Maui, Kona and Kauai]

[Update 3 @ 6:00pm – Continental/United has pulled their fare. Delta will not be matching much longer]

[Update 4 @ 10:30pm – all gone.]

Sample Date:

  • October 4th – October 12th. Limited date availability — but we are seeing date availability until at least March 2012. Use and flexible month search to find exact dates.


  • EWR – SLC (Salt Lake City) – HNL – SLC – EWR


  • 9,925 miles or 5.8 cents per mile

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Delta has a 24 hour risk free cancellation policy.

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