HNL Airport


Hawaiʻi’s mid-Pacific location makes it a strategic destination for business travel. International organizations with delegates coming from both East and West can meet in the middle of the world on our idyllic isles, where Hawaiʻi’s multicultural population and spirit of lokomaikaʻi (generosity and kindness) makes all feel welcome and at home.

Attendees coming from the U.S. mainland have this added bonus: the thrill of tropical island travel with none of the concerns of international travel. For United States Citizens, here are no passports to carry, no visas to acquire and no currency to exchange.

Air Arrivals & Departures

The main point of arrival to the islands is Daniel K. Inouye International Airport on Oʻahu, right off the H-1 Interstate Freeway, with a mere eight-mile drive to the Hawaiʻi Convention Center or 10-mile drive to the resort area of Waikīkī.

Kahului Airport on Maui, Līhuʻe Airport on Kauaʻi and Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport on the island of Hawaiʻi also offer direct service from the mainland.


Airlift to Hawaiʻi is ample, including many non-stop routes and connections through major hub destinations that make travel from anywhere dependable and seamless:

  • Service by nearly every major U.S. carrier and 15 international carriers
  • Approximately 8 million air seats annually from North America
  • Approximately 3 million air seats annually from Asia Pacific

Year-round, nonstop service to Hawaiʻi comes from 40-plus gateway cities — Denver, New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Tokyo and Seoul, to name a few — plus seasonal service from several more.

Getting Around

No matter the destination within Hawaiʻi — Līhuʻe or Lānaʻi City, Kapalua or Ko Olina —getting there is easy. For inter-island travel, there are more than 200 interisland flights scheduled daily between Hawaiʻi’s nine airports, including regional airports in the towns of Hāna and Kapalua on Maui, in Hilo on Hawaiʻi Island and on the islands of Lānaʻi and Molokaʻi.

Ground Transportation for groups large and small is abundant and simple to arrange. On each island is a well-connected network of roads and highways — and no one will mind the ride from Point A to Point B when the view is Hawaiʻi’s iconic vistas and natural beauty.

Ample taxi service, shuttle services and public buses in the capital city and Hawaiʻi’s small towns also make island exploration for attendees a breeze.

Learn more about the many additional ways Hawaiʻi can help lift attendance and build positive experiences.

Hawaiʻi Convention Center
Why Hawaiʻi
Location: Where East Meets West