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Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Maui Kahului in 2019

Flight information Vancouver to Maui Kahului

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$387

Non-stop airlines

2

Flights per week

25

Average flight time, total distance 4309 kilometers

5h 56min

Most popular airline last month

WestJet

Maui Kahului

1 airport

Explore Kahului

Kahului Hotels

Maui Seaside Hotel

8
BusinessFamilies

Maui Beach Hotel

4
BusinessFamilies

Camp Kaenae

VegetarianSpiritual

Flight Information

For a wonderful holiday or a productive business trip, use Skyscanner to search for cheap flights from Vancouver to Maui - Kahului. Air Canada and WestJet offer nonstop flights any day of the week. Travellers can also find flights with layovers through United Airlines, American Eagle, Delta, and Horizon Air. Most of these flights stop in Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Edmonton, or Phoenix.   

Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport

Flights to Maui - Kahului from Vancouver depart out of Vancouver International Airport's International Terminal. The airport offers free wireless internet access, and visitors can reach the Domestic Terminal through the Link building or a free shuttle. A smaller South Terminal handles regional flights and floatplanes.

While passengers on Vancouver to Maui - Kahului flights are waiting for their planes, they can enjoy duty-free shopping, ATMs, restaurants, bars, snack vendors, lounges, an apothecary, a spa, and a 24-hour children's play area and nursery. A pet relief area in the International Terminal for service and companion animals has a touchless entry system, with artificial grass and low counters for people in wheelchairs. The United States operates border preclearance facilities at the airport, so travellers can go through customs before boarding their flight. Passengers should arrive at the airport three hours before their flight.

Terminal Information for Kahului Airport

Kahului Airport, also called Maui International Airport, is only 1.6 km from Kahului. It has information desks for people arriving in Hawaii, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, courtesy phones in the baggage claim area, internet access, and a newsstand. Shops and restaurants are located on the second floor of the Central Building, including a Starbucks Coffee and a DFS Island Shop with Hawaiian souvenirs.

The public parking lots are serviced by automatic ticket dispensers and parking attendants. People can pay to park with cash or credit cards, and drivers waiting for travellers can use the Cellular Telephone Waiting Lot for an hour at no charge. All facilities are equipped for passengers with special needs, and porter or wheelchair services are available. The Main or Overseas Terminal handles most flights, and the Commuter Terminal services flights from island to island. Many flights cater to Honolulu and the Big Island if visitors wish to explore more of Hawaii before their holiday ends.

What You Need to Know

All Canadian citizens travelling to the U.S. need either a passport or a valid NEXUS card, which provides a simplified border clearance process to pre-approved travellers. There's also a CA$7.35 border-crossing fee when flying into the U.S., but a ticket purchase price will usually already include this.

What to Expect in Maui

Tourists can rent a car at Kahului Airport from Avis, Hertz, or Budget. Several hotels and resorts also run shuttle services to and from the airport. Buses and taxis are available, as well. Visitors that want to start having fun right as soon as they step off their flight can take a helicopter tour from the airport. Maui and the rest of Hawaii are warm, sunny, and beautiful year-round, but higher elevations could be chilly. Food is more expensive than in Vancouver, with a fancy dinner costing about CA$67, but people can find great deals on clothing, especially beach gear. Maui's time zone is just three hours behind Vancouver's, so visitors won't have to worry much about jet lag.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.