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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|Camp pohakuloa||Bradshaw Army Airfield Airport||PHSF|
|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|