Just as everyone else said, you don't need a passport if you are American traveling to Hawaii. However, it's always a good idea to have a passport. You never know when you may want to tour outside the US and it takes some time to actually get the passport.
No. Hawaii and Alaska are the 49th and 50th states. They are a part of the United States just like California and Florida are. If you are an American, you do not need a passport to fly anywhere within the United States. If you are not American, however, you need a passport to fly anywhere within the States.
Because Hawaii is part of the USA all you need is a driver's license or some other form of valid ID, but a passport isn't neccessary.
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Wrong. If you're non-American, as long as flight is within 48 continental states you don't need passport if you have Drivel License or State Issued ID. I did it.
I don't know though if non-Americans need passports to fly to Alaska and Hawaii or it's enough to have DL like with other 48 states. That's my question.
Not if you are a US citizen but its always a good idea to take it with you anyway
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Hi, this is David. Not you don't need a pass port for Hawaii because you are from USA and Hawaii is a US state. Hope I helped you and happy travels because it is a beautiful Island. Watts Paradise Vacations, LLC
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