Its something I've wanted to do since first finding out about it shortly after the United/Continental merger- spend 14 hours on a plane getting from Honolulu to Guam. United flight 154 travels westbound 3 days a week out of HNL and makes several stops in the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia. Some of these places redefine the middle of nowhere: isolated coral atolls, lush tropical isles, and specs of land just big enough for a runway. route map courtesy of United Hemispheres Magazine I scored my ticket on the island hopper using a cheap fare from Sacramento to Manila as part of a larger mileage run; usually tickets to some of these places run into the thousands of dollars but occasionally this routing is available for less on trips from North America to Asia going through Guam. If you're interested, using miles is also a great way to go; I believe a round trip saver award from Hawaii is only 35,000 miles and you can use a stopover to visit one of the places along the way. As I like to do with trip reports, I'll let the pictures do most of the talking on this one. I'm working on updating my blogs (links below ) if you want to read and see more, but wanted to give you guys here at milepoint an exclusive first look at my journey across the Pacific. Hope you enjoy!