Honolulu HNL Airport Overview

Honolulu International Airport HNL serves the capital city of the State of Hawaii and its Island of Oahu. It is not only the aviation center for the Hawaiian Islands, but also serves as transfer point between East  & West.

HNL Airport is located is a few miles west of downtown Honolulu and nine miles from famed Waikiki Beach. Airport access is via interstate freeway H1 (Queen Liliuokalani Freeway). - east- and westbound exits lead directly to the Airport), as well as H201 (Moanalua Fwy.), and H3 (John Burns Fwy.),

With six runways and an estimated yearly passenger count of 18 million, Honolulu International Airport is a hub for Hawaiian Airlines, and is served by countless major domestic and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.  Hawaiian Airlines re-established Honolulu Airport as a connecting hub between the United States mainland and the Asia-Pacific region.

HNL Airport has three passenger terminals - the Overseas Terminal (the main terminal), the Interisland Terminal and the Commuter Terminal.

Future Airport developments:   Ground breaking started in 2013 on a 4-year renovation & expansion project.  Among current ongoing projects are replacement of  passenger loading bridges & escalators  at the Overseas Terminal, as well as  renovation of Ticket Lobbies 4 through 8.
    1. A new Diamond Head Commuter Terminal - completion: third quarter 2015. 
    2. New 'Mauka Concourse' completion:  third quarter 2017.
    3. A new CONRAC Consolidated Rental Car building replacing the one-level facility; completion: third quarter 2017.

Book Travel


HNL Delays: 15 mins or less.

Google Plus One