Hawaii has 15 public airports, including 11 airports that provide both scheduled passenger service and general aviation services and 4 public-use airports.


Notable general aviation airports include Kona International Airport at Keahole (PHKO), where the runway is built atop a relatively recent lava flow: the 1801 Huʻehuʻe flow from Hualalai. During 13 months of construction in 1969, Bechtel Corporation crews used 3 million pounds of dynamite to flatten the lava flow, and Honolulu International Airport (PHNL), which opened in 1927 as John Rodgers Airport. After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, it became Naval Air Station Honolulu. Today, PHNL shares airfield operations with Hickam Air Force Base. Its principal runway, called the Reef Runway, was the world’s first major runway constructed entirely offshore.

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City Airport Airport Code
Camp pohakuloa Bradshaw Army Airfield Airport PHSF
Hanalei Princeville Airport HI01
Hilo (hawaii is) Hilo Int L Airport PHTO
Honolulu (oahu is) Ford Island Nalf Airport PNPS
Honolulu (oahu is) Honolulu Intl Airport PHNL
Kahului (maui is) Hana Airport PHHN
Kahului (maui is) Kahului Airport PHOG
Kailua (kona) Kona Intl At Keahole Airport PHKO
Kailua (kona) Upolu Airport PHUP
Kamuela (hawaii is) Waimea-kohala Airport PHMU
Kapolei Kalaeloa John Rogers Airport PHJR
Kaunakakai (molokai is) Molokai Airport PHMK
Kekaha Barking Sands Pmrf Airport PHBK
Lanai (lanai is) Lanai Airport PHNY
Lihue (kauai is) Lihue Airport PHLI
Mokapu Kaneohe Bay Mcaf Airport PHNG
Mokuleia Dillingham Airfield Airport PHDH
Wahiawa Wheeler Aaf Airport PHHI

Hawaiʻi State Info

Nickname(s): The Aloha State
Spoken languages: English, Hawaiian
Demonym: Hawaiian
Capital: Honolulu
Largest city: Honolulu
Largest metro: Island of Oʻahu

Area: Ranked 43rd
Total: 10,931 sq mi (28,311 km2)
Width: n/a miles (n/a km)
Length: 1,522 miles (2,450 km)
% water: 41.2
Latitude: 18°55' N to 28°27' N
Longitude: 154°48' W to 178°22' W

Population: Ranked 40th
Total: 1,427,538 (2017 est.)
Density: 221/sq mi (82.6/km2) Ranked 13th

Highest point: Mauna Kea 13,796 ft (4205.0 m)
Mean: 3,030 ft (920 m)
Lowest point: Pacific Ocean Sea level

Time zones
Hawaii: UTC −10 (no DST)

ISO 3166 US-HI
Abbreviations: HI, H.I.
Website: portal.ehawaii.gov