Air Capacity & More

Naturally, Hawaiʻi has developed one of the most sophisticated air, ground and sea transportation networks in the world to accommodate those visitors, along with the roughly 15 million travelers who pass through Hawaiʻi on their way to destinations in Asia and the United States. Air capacity to Hawaiʻi’s airports continues to grow annually, with hundreds of weekly flights from mainland gateway cities and destinations around the globe:

  • Service by every major U.S. network carrier and 15 international carriers
  • 40+ gateway cities for year-round, nonstop service to Hawai‘i
  • 11 million air seats annually from North America
  • 2 million air seats annually from Asia, Oceania and South Pacific destinations
  • Air capacity to Air capacity to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Oʻahu – 7.9M+ seats
  • Air capacity to Kahului Airport, Maui – 1.9M+ seats
  • Air capacity to Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, Hawaiʻi Island – 686,500+ seats
  • Air capacity to Līhuʻe Airport, Kauaʻi – 654,000+ seats