Honolulu International Airport has three terminals. Signs are uniform and make use of standardized international symbols.
The Conmuter Terminal is located on the north end of the Interisland Terminal across from the U.S. Post Office. Enter from the main airport road or from Aolele Street. The Commuter Terminal opened on June 2, 1988. Originally it was built as an interim terminal for Hawaiian Airlines operations while the Interisland Terminal was being built. Today it houses the operations of Island Air, go! Mokulele and several other commuter airlines. It has a total of 13 gates.
The Interisland Terminal is located on the north side of the airport, off the main airport road. The Interisland Terminal opened on July 21, 1993. It replaced an earlier terminal built in 1961. The terminal serves local carrier Hawaiian Airlines, and the more than eight million passengers who fly between Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii (the Big Island), Molokai and Lanai each year. The $130 million terminal was the largest airport construction project undertaken to date by the State Airports Division. Eight additional gates were dedicated in 1995. The Interisland Terminal has a total of 13 gates.
OVERSEAS TERMINAL (John Rodgers Terminal)
The Overseas Terminal is located on the south side of the main airport road. The John Rodgers Terminal was dedicated on August 22, 1962. The Diamond Head Gull Wing was added in 1970 to handle 747 aircraft. The airport's three-level International Arrivals Terminal was completed in 1973. A Central Concourse with Gates 14 through 23 was constructed in 1980 to accommodate wide-bodied aircraft. The Diamond Head Extension to the Main Teminal was completed in 1986 and provided more facilities for airline ticket counters, baggage claim areas, etc. Gates 31-34 were added to the Ewa Concourse in 1994. Exterior improvements were made to the International Arrivals Building in 1997 to improve passenger comfort. Modifications to the interior of the International Arrivals building were completed in 2000 to improve the baggage claim area, rest rooms, air conditioning, lighting and to give the area a Hawaiian Sense of Place. The Overseas Terminal has 29 wide-body gates.