Getting to Hawai'i 

The main point of arrival to the islands is Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) on O‘ahu – the largest airport in Hawaiʻi. Airlift to Hawai‘i is ample, including many nonstop routes and connections through major hub destinations that make travel from anywhere dependable and seamless. 

Year-round, nonstop service to Hawai‘i comes from 40-plus gateway cities — Denver, New York/Newark, Los Angeles, Dallas, Tokyo (Haneda/Narita), Sydney and Seoul, to name a few — plus seasonal service from several 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…