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About Daniel K. Inouye Intl. Airport

The airport, which was opened in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaiian in 1927, was named after the famous commander John Rodgers. The airport welcomed flights performed by seaplanes until 1943. The airport, which was allocated to the American army with the outbreak of the Second World War, was reopened to civil flights as Honolulu Airport in 1947. The airport, which started to welcome international flights in 1951, was renamed as Honolulu International Airport. An aviation museum was built within the airport in 1959 to keep the history of Honolulu International Airport alive. The airport is Hawaii's first fully equipped airport and home to many aircrafts. While the airport terminal was completely renovated in 1962, the modernization works that started in 1970 continued until 1978. A long-term project at the airport was carried out in 2006 to integrate technology and world standards into the airport. Honolulu International Airport, which is also used as a center by Hawaiian Airlines, the largest airline of Hawaii, carries 20 million passengers and 410 thousand tons of cargo annually with its three terminal buildings.

Getting to the City Center from Daniel K. Inouye Intl. Airport

The city centre can be reached from the Honolulu International Airport by taxi or with a rented vehicle in around 15 minutes. Some hotels offer their guests a shuttle service, which is a practical alternative.  Although construction works on the Honolulu Rail Transit Project is ongoing, travellers that prefer to use public transportation to and from the airport must use the bus until the railway line is complete. It is possible to reach various points of the city centre in a short time by using different bus routes.

Taxi

Taxis are readily available outside the arrivals terminal, and can transport you to the city centre in around 15 minutes. You can rent a vehicle suitable to your budget by agreeing with one of the car rental companies inside the airport. To drive to the city centre from the Honolulu International Airport, you should take the I-H-1 E and HI-92 E. The journey from the airport to the city centre takes roughly 15 minutes in normal traffic conditions.

Bus

Travellers that prefer to use public transport can use bus routes 19, 20, and 31 to reach different areas of the city. A one-way ticket costs 2.5 dollars.

Hotel Shuttle Service

Many accommodation options in Honolulu provide shuttle services to their guests. You can book a hotel shuttle service for a faster and more comfortable journey. Please be aware that while some hotels provide shuttle services for free, others charge additional fees.

Last Updated: 28 Nov 2016
Getting to Daniel K. Inouye Intl. Airport from the City Center

Honolulu International Airport can be reached from the city centre by taxi or with a rented vehicle in around 15 minutes. Some hotels offer their guests a shuttle service, which is a practical alternative.  Although construction works on the Honolulu Rail Transit Project is ongoing, travellers that prefer to use public transportation to and from the airport should use the bus until the railway line is complete.

Taxi

Taxis are readily available outside the arrivals terminal. Travel to the city centre by taxi can take approximately 15 minutes. You can rent a vehicle suitable to your budget through car rental companies inside the airport, and drive to the city centre by using the routes I-H-1 E and H-92 E. Considering traffic, the trip from the airport to the city centre usually takes 15 minutes.

Bus

Travellers that prefer to use public transport can use bus routes 19, 20, and 31 to reach different areas of the city. The bus station is located outside of the arrivals terminal.  A one-way ticket costs 2.5 dollars.

Hotel Shuttle Service

Many accommodation options in Honolulu provide shuttle services to guests. You can book a hotel shuttle service for a faster and more comfortable journey. Please be aware that while some hotels provide shuttle services for free, others charge additional fees.

Airport Information

Located 3 miles from the city centre, the Honolulu International Airport is a small airport, but has all the services and facilities expected from an airport. The architectural features of the airport provide plenty of open space. Other than cafes and restaurants, the airport offers accessory stores, a store that sells toys, two lounges and a conference hall.

Last Updated: 21 Nov 2016

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