Time Zone in Hawaii , United States Hawaii observes Hawaii Standard Time all year. There are no Daylight Saving Time clock changes.
Hawaii is 3 hours behind the western states like California , Oregon, Washington and Nevada during Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). During Daylight Savings Time, Hawaii Standard Time (HST) is 4 hours behind Mountain Time, 5 hours behind Central Time and 6 hours behind Eastern Time.
Hawaii is 5 hours behind New York .
Hawaii-Aleutian standard time zone
Hawaii planting zones can fall anywhere from 9a to 13a. However, all of these are warmer than lower planting zones , which means you need to actively seek out plants and vegetables that will be able to withstand these hotter conditions to survive.
about 2,500 miles
When planning a call between California and Hawaii , you need to consider that the states are in different time zones. California is 2 hours ahead of Hawaii . This time span will be between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm Hawaii time .
There are no plans to create a bridge to Hawaii . In an effort to boost the economy, government officials have commissioned a study the details required to build a road from California to Hawaii .
Via a serendipitous sea/rail connection that occurs several times a year. Each spring and fall, this route gives travelers the opportunity to visit Hawaii’s four major islands for 12 days, enjoy nine days at sea, and take a two-day train trip along the Pacific Coast — all without ever once visiting an airport.
six time zones
Alaska consolidated to two time zones – Alaska Time and Hawaii-Aleutian Time – in 1983 to put our state capitol, Juneau, on the same time zone as the more populated Anchorage and Fairbanks (and to make doing business with companies in the Lower 48 states a little easier).
The Alaska Time Zone observes standard time by subtracting nine hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC−09:00). During daylight saving time its time offset is eight hours (UTC−08:00). The zone includes nearly all of the U.S. state of Alaska and is one hour behind the Pacific Time Zone .
Alaska’s four time zones have become two. More than 98 percent of the state’s population is in one of these zones, now called Yukon time, which is one hour earlier than Pacific standard time and four hours earlier than Eastern standard time.