Ground Transportation

Browse or search listings for taxi, limos, shuttle services and auto rentals, plus basic information on public transportation.

Moving Between Islands

Island-hopping is a way of life in Hawaiʻi, and frequent flights and ferries make it easy.

Air Travel to Hawaiʻi

The main point of arrival to the islands is the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport on Oʻahu. Additional service routes are available to Kahului Airport on the island of Maui, Līhuʻe Airport on the island of Kauaʻi and Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport on the island of Hawaiʻi.

Airlift to Hawaii includes:

  • Service by nearly every major U.S. carrier and 15 international carriers
  • An estimated 11 million air seats annually from North America and Asia Pacific
  • Nonstop service from 40-plus gateway cities in those two regions

International Travel

Hawaiʻi welcomes millions of international visitors each year. Learn more about U.S. Visa requirements and fees and the Visa Waiver Program and U.S. Customs.

Latest News

What's New in the Hawaiian Islands - June 2024 Jun 05
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HONOLULU – Continuously evolving and innovating as a world-class destination ideal for meetings, conventions and incentive groups, the Hawaiian Islands offer an unrivaled range of venues, accommodations, experiences and corporate social…