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Airports in Hawaii, Airlines in Hawaii

Hawaii is a prominent tourist destination attracting lots of tourists. This island offers sun, sand and enjoyment for the tourists coming to this destination.

This destination is mainly served by Honolulu International Airport. This airport is the major airport for Hawaii.

This is the primary hub for domestic, inter-island and even international flights. This airport in Hawaii functions as a joint military-civilian airport. The airfield services are shared with the Hickam Air Force Base.

This Hawaii airport is really a gathering point for the tourists coming from different places and distant lands. The Honolulu International Airport is located at a distance of 10 kilometers to the west of Honolulu and at 15 kilometers from the Waikiki Beach.

Airport in Hawaii
Hana (HNM) Port Allen (PAK) Hilo International (ITO)
Hickam AFB (HIK) Honolulu International (HNL) Kamuela (MUE)
Kalaeloa John Rodgers Field (NAX) Barking Sands PMRF (BKH) Lanai City (LNY)
Wheeler AFB (HHI)

Airport Hotels in Hawaii
Honolulu Kihei

This airport in Hawaii has three different terminals and these terminals are connected to each other by means of walkways and shuttle buses. Many buses run from and to this airport from the city. Pick up services are offered by numerous hotels. Taxis are available to the airport. Car hire is offered by Hertz, Dollar, National, Budget and Avis. Bars, shops, ATMs, currency exchange, massage center and Internet.

The Hawaii airport guide offers the essential information such as flight timings, facilities offered and some other tips.The Hilo International Airport is located about two miles to the east of Hilo. This is another important Hawaii airport. The Hawaii airport guide offers information such as the size of the airport. This airport occupies an area of 1,391 acres.

The principal airway is 9,800 feet long and is used mainly for air carrier operations. There are specific facilities for the disabled passengers. These facilities are special parking places, restrooms and wheelchairs. There is another airport in the region. The Khaului Airport is located on the Maui Island. This airport occupies a ground area for 1,391 acres.

This airport is facilitated by the presence of two intersecting runways. Aviation service is offered to reach this airport.