Honolulu International Airport is situated 6km (4 miles) west of Honolulu.
300 Rodgers Boulevard
Dialling code: +1
Telephone: (808) 836 6411.
Lufthansa at the airport
How to get there
From Waikiki, drive to the end of Kalakaua Avenue and turn left just before Honolulu Zoo onto Kapahulu Avenue. Follow Kapahulu Avenue to the end, where it merges into the H-1 freeway. Take the H-1 westbound and follow signs to Honolulu International Airport.
There are several city bus routes serving Honolulu International Airport. The city bus system in Honolulu is called ‘TheBus’ (tel: (808) 848 4500; www.thebus.org). Bus 19 eastbound and bus 20 follow different routes to central Waikiki. Westbound, bus 19 goes to Hickham Air Force Base, while bus 20 links to the Pearlridge Shopping Centre, both via central Honolulu. One-way fares cost US$2.50.
The 24-hour SpeediShuttle serves hotels in Waikiki. The fare to Waikiki or Honolulu Harbour is US$14.55.
AMPCO Express (tel: (808) 861 8294) is Honolulu International Airport’s authorised taxi service. Taxis are available in front of the baggage reclaim areas. The fare from Honolulu International Airport to Waikiki is about US$35-40.
Parking is available in the multi-storey car park, which can be accessed directly from the Overseas Terminal; and also in open car parks located near all lobbies. The first 15 minutes of parking is free. An economy car park is located off-site, with shuttles transporting passengers to the terminals. Further information is available from the parking office (tel: (808) 861 1260).