Here is a list of Hawaii airports on the various (main) Hawaiian islands, along with their airport codes you can use when you’re planning airline flights to Hawaii.
Typically it takes 9 hours from Chicago to Oahu’s Honolulu International Airport, and 5.5-6 hours from California.
- Honolulu International Airport (HNL) – Oahu’s largest and most used airport.
- Dillingham Airfield (HDH) – this is a small airport used for light aircraft and is located on the northwestern side of Oahu.
- Kalaeloa Airport (JRF) – another less-used airport located in Kapolei, on the west side of Pearl Harbor on Oahu, Hawaii.
- Hana Airport (HNM) – Hana airport is located on the extreme eastern side of Maui, and is for light aircraft.
- Kahului Airport (OGG) – the main airport for Maui.
- Kapalua Airport (JHM) – this is a small airport on the side of a hill near Kahana on the west side of Maui.
- Hilo International Airport (ITO) – one of the main big island airports.
- Kona International Airport at Keahole (KOA) – the other main big island airport.
- Upolu Airport (UPP)
- Waimea-Kohala Airport (MUE)
- Lihue Airport (LIH) – the main arrival airport, but it is so small and quaint that you might think you landed in the wrong place. Nope, this is Kauai! Check out the video below of 3 guys singing a nice Hawaiian song in the airport!
- Port Allen Airport (PAK)
- Kalaupapa Airport (LUP)
- Molokai Airport (MKK)
- Lanai Airport (LNY)