Formerly known as the Honolulu International Airport, the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States, and the largest commercial airport in the state. Named after long-time U.S. Senator and Medal of Honor Recipient Daniel K. Inouye, the airport sees over 21 million passengers a year.
The Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is the main hub for interisland flights, as well as direct flights to multiple mainland destinations, including Anchorage, Los Angeles, Oakland, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, San Jose, Seattle, Dallas, Phoenix, Chicago and New York.
Internationally, the airport serves passengers traveling to Australia, Canada, Manila, Seoul, New Zealand, China, Japan and more. Expect the airport to be busy at most times of the day, so plan ahead to add some extra time for checking in and finding your gate.