The total distance from Los Angeles, CA to Hawaii is 2,551 miles.
This is equivalent to 4 106 kilometers or 2,217 nautical miles.
Your trip begins in Los Angeles, California.
It ends in the state of Hawaii.
Your flight direction from Los Angeles, CA to Hawaii is West (-100 degrees from North).
The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to fly from Los Angeles, CA to Hawaii. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies"). It uses the great circle formula to compute the total travel mileage.
Hawaii consists of 8 main islands and its most visited and well-known islands are Oahu, Maui, Big Island, Kauai, Lanai and Molokai. Most flights from Los Angeles fly into Honolulu in Oahu. These days you can also reserve non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Maui OGG, Big Island KOA and Kauai LIH.
How do you know which island is most suitable for you or your family?
Oahu has the largest population and is where Honolulu, the biggest city in Hawaii is located. The Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri Memorial are located in Oahu. Maui offers fun road trip adventures, whale watching (seasonal) and the best Hawaiian food with great sunsets. Besides beaches, Kauai offers mountains and waterfalls, and the famous Na Pali coast for hiking and kayaking. The Big Island of Hawaii offers a few unique national parks including the Volcanoes National Park. It is also the only island in Hawaii with active volcanoes.
For a place with the least tourists, check out Molokai and Lanai. You won't find Starbucks in these islands or big shopping malls. You can get away from it all while vacationing in either Molokai or Lanai.
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