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Airfields on the island of Hawaii were located in Hilo, Kamuela, Kona, South Cape and Upolu.

The Beginning of Aviation on the Big Island
General Lyman Field/Hilo International Airport
Ka Lae/Kau Airport
Kamuela Airport (Bordelon Field)
Kona Airport at Kailua
Kona International Airport at Keahole
Morse Field (South Cape Airport)
Naalehu Airport
Paauilo Airport
Upolu Airport
Waimea-Kohala Airport
Governor's Executive Orders Hilo Airport
Governor's Executive Orders Kalae (Morse Field)
Governor's Executive Orders Kailua (Kona) Airport
Governor's Executive Orders Kamuela/Waimea-Kohala Airport
Governor's Executive Orders Keahole Airport
Governor's Executive Orders Upolu Airport
Hilo International Airport Air Traffic Statistics
Kona International Airport at Keahole Air Traffic Statistics
Statistics from 1946 to July 1, 1970 are for Old Kona Airport. Kona International Airport opened on July 1, 1970. The Air Traffic Control Center opened in 1971.
South Cape Airport (Morse Field) Air Traffic Statistics
Upolu Airport Air Traffic Statistics
Upolo is a general aviation airport with limited commuter service.
Waimea-Kohala Airport Air Traffic Statistics
Hawaii Airport District Managers
The Department of Transportation, Airports Division, appoints a District Manager to operate the state airports in each county. In Hawaii County, the airports include Hilo International, Kona International, Upolu and Waimea-Kohala.
Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Space Center

Hawaii Aviation is brought to you courtesy of the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, Airports Division.