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FAQs about Alaska Airlines Flights from HNL to JFK

What terminal is Alaska Airlines at Honolulu International Airport?

If you're flying with Alaska Airlines from Honolulu, HI Airport (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.) to New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.), you might be able to find out the terminal information when you get your ticket. If not, get in touch with your airline.

Are there Alaska Airlines non-stop flights from HNL to JFK?

Prepare to make at least one stopover when traveling from Honolulu, HI Airport (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.) to New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.), as Alaska Airlines doesn't operate direct flights on this route. While waiting for your connection, you might like to purchase a newly published novel or a glossy magazine from the airport bookstore to make the time go faster.

How long is an Alaska Airlines flight from HNL to JFK?

Your Alaska Airlines flight from Honolulu, HI Airport (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.) to New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) should take roughly 11 hours and 31 minutes, so pack some toiletries and a spare set of clothes for the journey. If you want to keep boredom to a minimum, toss some puzzles and books in your carry-on as well.

How many direct and indirect flights does Alaska Airlines fly from HNL to JFK?

When heading from HNL to JFK, you'll discover roughly 2 Alaska Airlines daily flights to choose from.

Flying Tips & Tricks How do I find my flight number?
  • It can be found in your itinerary, which you'll receive when you've completed your booking. If you're not too sure what to look out for, keep your eye out for a code consisting of letters and numerals. The first couple of letters and single figure are the IATA airline code, which is the name of your carrier. This part is followed by one, two, three or four digits — your flight number.
How early can you check bags for a flight?
  • Airlines can have different requirements when it comes to check-in and luggage drop times. However, as a general rule of thumb, aim to be at the airport terminal three hours before takeoff for an international flight. If you're traveling on a domestic flight, the recommended time is two hours prior to takeoff. Our top tip? Don't be too late. International flights typically close luggage drop an hour before departure. With domestic flights, it's 45 minutes before.

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