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HONOLULU — The state Department of Transportation advises Honolulu and Ewa residents of an expected increase in aircraft traffic over these areas due to airfield maintenance work at the Honolulu International Airport. MORE>>


Effective Monday July 14, 2014, a portion of the Overseas Parking Structure (OST) will be closed for preparation of the interim rental car facility. MORE>>


Welcome to the Official Honolulu International Airport website.  HNL is the largest airport in the State of Hawaii and is located in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.  From Honolulu you can fly to all of the Hawaiian islands. 


There are also departures daily from HNL to Anchorage, Atlanta, Belllingham, Brisbane, Calgary, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Guam, Haneda, Houston, Incheon, Kansai, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Manila, Melbourne, Nagoya, Narita, Newark, Oakland, Pago Pago, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle-Tacoma, Seoul, Sydney and Vancouver.


We look forward to seeing you in Hawaii this year.


Other Hawaii Airports

Modernization Program at HNL

The $2.3-billion Hawai‘i Airports Modernization Program announced by Governor Linda Lingle in March 2006 is now well under way, with important improvements already completed or under construction at all major airports in the system. Explore the Modernization website to learn more about this vital effort to improve the security, safety, capacity, and efficiency of Hawai‘i’s airports system.

Sustainability at HNL

SustainableHNL (sHNL) is the first airport sustainability initiative and pilot for the Hawaii Department of Transportation—Airport’s Division, SustainableDOT-A's (sDOT-A) airport system sustainability program.