Honolulu International Airport
Honolulu International Airport lies 5 kilometers to the northwestern point of central Oahu in Hawaii State, United States of America. The airport code is HNL.
The airport was officially opened in 1927 under the name of John Rodgers Airport. After Navy gained full control of its facilities, it was referred as Naval Air Station of Honolulu.
Around 30 international and domestic air carriers operate to and from Honolulu airport. Passengers are offered to fly every destination all over the globe (Asia, Australia, Oceania, America, Middle East).
Honolulu Airport consists of three terminal buildings, six runways from 0.9 to 3.7km long and area for airport taxi Honolulu International Airport. Parking area is divided into Interisland and Overseas lot garages for taxi to Honolulu International Airport. Passengers may book cheap taxi, enjoy themselves at various restaurants and fast food spots (Burger King, McDonalds, KFC). Those who need a rest may hire a taxi to the closest hotels (Marina Tower Waikiki, Modern Honolulu Hotel, Hilton Hotel) reachable by airport taxi Honolulu International Airport.
Several bus lines (20 minutes, 2.5$) are taxi Honolulu International Airport are running from the airport to central Honolulu. Taxi from Honolulu International Airport to downtown Waikiki costs from 35$, taxi service ride does not last more than 15 minutes.