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Airlines Served Honolulu Airport HNL

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Your Guide to Airlines Serving Honolulu Airport

Honolulu Airport (HNL), also known as Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, is the largest airport in Hawaii and serves as a major gateway to the Asia-Pacific region. The airport is served by several major air carriers, including Hawaiian Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and American Airlines. On average, there are over 500 daily flights and nonstop service to over 30 destinations.

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines is the largest carrier based in Hawaii and offers nonstop service to several domestic and international destinations from Honolulu Airport. The airline operates out of the Overseas Terminal and offers flights to destinations such as Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, and Sydney.

United Airlines

United Airlines is one of the largest carriers in the world and offers nonstop service to several domestic and international destinations from Honolulu Airport. The airline operates out of the Central Terminal and offers flights to destinations such as San Francisco, Chicago, Tokyo, and Sydney.

Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines is one of the largest carriers in the world and offers nonstop service to several domestic and international destinations from Honolulu Airport. The airline operates out of the Central Terminal and offers flights to destinations such as Atlanta, Seattle, Tokyo, and Seoul.

American Airlines

American Airlines is one of the largest carriers in the world and offers nonstop service to several domestic and international destinations from Honolulu Airport. The airline operates out of the Central Terminal and offers flights to destinations such as Dallas, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Sydney.

Note that the above information can change at any time. See a complete list of airlines served, including terminal locations below: