Arriving in Hawaii
It may surprise you that more than 7 million visitors come to Hawaii every year, and nearly 15 million pass through Honolulu on their way to points in Asia and the United States. To accommodate all this activity, Hawaii uses one of the most sophisticated air, ground, and sea transportation networks in the world. All major domestic carriers and many international carriers serve the islands, making Hawaii accessible from just about anywhere. There are also hundreds of inter-island flights per week. Once you arrive in Hawaii, you’ll have plenty of ground transportation options, including rental cars, shuttles, taxis and more. In addition, you’re presented with a wealth of information about local events, activities, and places to see.
The Hawaiian Islands are easily accessible, with literally hundreds of weekly flights from mainland gateway cities and destinations around the globe. Airfares often have the lowest cost per mile of any place on earth. 7 major airlines serve Honolulu International Airport from the U.S. mainland alone. Getting from the airport to Waikiki by taxi typically takes less than half an hour and other options include trolley cars, limousine, motorcoach, minibus, and van service. There are also six major rental car companies and several smaller ones right at the airport or close by.