Airports in Hawaii
People from all over the world flock to the picturesque islands of Hawaii with a majority of them attracted by its beautiful tropical landscape.
There are three international airports in Hawaii Honolulu International airport, Hilo International airport and Kona International airport at Keahole. Major airlines providing their services to these airports include the ones found in Lihue, Kalupapa, Lanai City, Kahului, and Hana.
The major airlines at the international airports in Hawaii include Air Canada, Aloha Airlines, Air New Zealand, Air Pacific, American Trans Air, China Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Hawaiian Air, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Northwest Airlines, Philippine Airlines, and Qantas. The tickets to these airlines at Hawaii airports can be booked online at their respective sites and some airlines also offer bonus points for online booking that can be redeemed against future travel with any of these airlines.
Hawaii Major Airports Location:
Well, it takes about nine hours to travel from Chicago to Oahu’s Honolulu International Airport and 5.5-6 hours from California to the same airport. Hilo International Airport (ITO) is one the main big island airports in Hawaii. Also, the Kona International Airport at Keahole(KOA) is the next big island airport. Other prominent airports in Hawaii include Upolu Airport (UPP) and Waimea-Kohala Airport (MUE). For all travelers making their way to Hawaii, it is utmost important to know about the below mentioned top five commercial airports:
- Honolulu International Airport in Honolulu(airport code: HNL)
- Kahului Airport in Kahului(airport code-OOG)
- Kona International Airport at Keahole- Kailua/Kona(airport code: KOA)
- Lihue Airport in Lihue(airport code: LIH)
- Hilo International Airport in Hilo(airport code: ITO)
List of Airports in Hawaii
|Airport Name||Code||City||Hub||Enplanements (2015)|
|Kona International at Keahole||KOA||Kailua Kona||S||1,485,777|
|Kaneohe Bay MCAS (Marion E Carl Field)||NGF||Kaneohe||None||834|