Honolulu HNL Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Honolulu HNL Airport

Honolulu Airport Terminal Complex, Important Notices, Getting Around (Departing & Arriving passengers, Terminal Details for Overseas, Interisland & Commuter Terminals, Airline Lounges & Ongoing Airport Improvements:

Honolulu Airport's terminal complex consists of three passenger terminals connected to each other - the  Overseas Terminal, the  Interisland Terminal and the Commuter Terminal -
connected by shuttle buses. When arriving by car, large overhead signs will indicate Check-in Lobby number & airlines.  

Important Notices:
   Honolulu International is urging passengers
to arrive at the Airport at least two hours ahead of your scheduled overseas flight, or 90 minutes ahead of your inter-island flight. Should you need to park or rent a car, add another 30 minutes to your arrival time at the Airport.
   Gate numbers with preceding letter Z are inter-island flights; gate numbers preceding letter M are overseas flights.
   Passengers will arrive
on either level 2 of both the Overseas & Interisland terminals, or at ground level of Commuter Terminal, where they will find Visitor Inforion booths located in gate areas and at baggage claim.

Getting around: A shuttle bus serves all three terminals.
    Departing overseas passengers may, after security clearance, take a bus on the third level of the Overseas Terminal to their gate located either at Ewa or at Diamond Head Concourses. You can also walk from the Overseas Terminal to the Interisland Terminal (10-15 minutes) or to the Commuter terminal (another 5-10 minutes).
    Arriving overseas passengers at either Ewa or Diamond Head concourses can take a bus outside their gates back to the main terminal or the Interisland Terminal. HOWEVER,  all international arrivals (unless they completed US customs clearance by participating airports) need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag . Note that the international Arrivals corridor is now airconditioned and has moving walkways.  Information booths are located in the gate & baggage claim areas.
    Passengers at the Interisland Terminal who check in for a Mainland flight in the Overseas Terminal can take a bus on level 3 to get to their gate.

TERMINAL DETAILS: 
Shops & Restaurants
are available at:
   Central Concourse gates 14-23;
   Central Lobby, Diamond Head Concourse gates 6-11,
   Ewa Concourse gates 26-34, near gates 12/13 and 24/25; near baggage claim G-5, at pre-security, level 2, and at
   Interisland & Commuter terminals.

1. The Overseas Terminal at Honolulu Airport (the Main Terminal), is on the right side of the main airport access road. It is intended for U.S. domestic & international destinations; boarding gates are shared by all airlines - there is no gate assignment. The new international arrivals corridor connects level 3 of the Ewa Concourse directly to the International Arrivals building and the rest of the airport. Outside the terminal are two city bus stops.  The Overseas Terminal has three levels and three concourses:
    The ground level has Baggage Claims H through D, with adjacent Customs & passport checks for international arrivals.
    Level 2 houses the Central Lobby with five ticketing /check-in areas at Lobbies 4 through 8, serving the following airlines:
    Lobby 4: Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Air Pacific, Alaska, ANA/Air Japan, China, Delta, Jetstar, Korean Air, Philippines, Qantas & WestJet. 
    Lobbies 5, 6 & 7:  Lobby 5: Japan Airlines;  Lobby 6: Omni Air, US Airways. Lobby 7: American. 
    Lobby 8: United. All passengers arrive on the second level.
Beyond the lobbies are security checkpoints 2 to 5, followed by amenities & services in each of the post-security areas, and leading to the Concourses:
      
Central Concourse has an information desk,  food & drink & shops in the center, and  gates 14 to 23. Lounges for American, Air New Zeland, & Japan Airlines are located in the Food Court .
       Diamond Head Concourse
has gates 6 to 11 with United & ANA lounges on level 3 (above gate 9)
       Between the Diamond Head and the Central Concourse are gates 12 & 13 with a currency exchange.
       Between the Central Concourse and the Ewa Concourse are gates 24 & 25.
       Ewa Concourse (to the right) with gates 26-34 houses lounge facilities for Qantas, American & Air New Zealand, reached near gate 26 to level 3. Past the Ewa Concourse is the security checkpoint with access to gates 49 to 53 and the Interisland Terminal gates (south) 54-61, connecting there to the Commuter Terminal gates 62-80.
    The third level has a food court and airline lounges for: Japan (ANA), Air Canada, China, IASS & Philippine airlines.

NOTE:  Access from the Inter-island & International Parking Garage to the Overseas Parking Structure (OST) will be blocked. The following airline passengers checking in at Lobbies 6 - 8 should use should access to the OST from the level 2 entrance: Lobby 6 (Allegiant, Omni and US Airways), Lobby 7 (American, China Eastern and Delta) and Lobby 8 (United, ANA, Asiana and Air China) 

2. The Interisland Terminal at Honolulu Airport is located to the right of the main airport access road, and it connects by walkway to the Main Terminal & by escalator to the Commuter Terminal. This Terminal serves passengers of Hawaiian & Mokulele airlines.  The six circular check-in islands in the center of the lobbies can be used for inter-island, mainland & international flights.
   The Ground level is the baggage claim level.
   Level 2  houses Ticketing check-in Lobbies 2 & 3 on either side of the entrance, with four security checkpoints leading to the waiting area with an ATM machine, Information booth, food & drink establishments, shops and the Hawaiian Lounge upstairs on the third floor. Past the waiting area are gates 54 to 61. Passengers arrive at the second level, while an escalator at gate 61 takes you to the Commuter Terminal.

3. The Commuter Terminal at Honolulu Airport, which is across from Parking B, and north of the Interisland Terminal across from the US Post Office (by car, enter from main airport access road or from Aolele Street). This Terminal serves passengers of the following airlines: go!, Island Air, Mokulele & Pacific Wings. Inside it is connected to the Interisland Terminal by an escalator, has a Baggage Claim A and a Ticketing Check-in Lobby 1, with food & drink, a newsstand, and security checkpoint leading to gates 62 to 80. Passengers arrive at the ground level.
NOTE: Ongoing construction on the new Diamond Head Commuter Terminal needs to be completed before the current commuter terminal can be demolished to make way for the new Mauka concourse for the Interisland Terminal. (see 'Ongoing Airport Improvements' below).

Airline Lounges at Overseas Terminal are on Level 2 & on Ground Level: 
    At Level 2:
2United, Air Canada, Air China, ANA, & Asiana airlines use the United Red Carpet Club, above gate 9.
American, Air New Zealand & Japan Airlines,  - Level 3, Garden Court, above Kona Brewing
China Airlines - Dynasty Lounge at Garden Court area
    At Ground Level:
Delta  - Sky Club at Garden Court area (also serves Alaska & Philippine airlines.
Korean (members only) - Crown Room lounge at Garden Court Area
IASS (UC member Lounge) - Garden Court Area
Japan Airlines- (a) Sakura Lounge at level 3 above Sting Ray's Bar & Grill; (b) JAL Lounge: at Garden Court Area (used for overflow only.)
LEA Lounge
Philippine - Garden Court area
Qantas & JetStar - Qantas Club, above gate 26
United - Read Carpet Club, above gate 9.
Airline Lounge at  Interisland Terminal:  Hawaiian - Premier Club.

2015 Airport Improvements:
1. By Fall 2015 there will be a new Diamond Head Commuter Terminal with 6 departure gates (currently under construction), located east of the current Diamond Head Concourse, and to be connected to current Overseas Terminal via skywalk to level 2 of the Diamond Head Concourse - will replace the present one, to be located near the UAL (and the old one demolished).
2. Construction starts late 2015 on the new L-shaped 'Mauka Concourse'  situated next to the Inter-Island Terminal, able to support larger aircraft. It will have 6 new gatehouses, each with 2 passenger loading bridges, and will have 11 gates, passenger holdrooms, security screening lanes,and concession spaces - to be completed by Fall 2017.








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