Honolulu International Airport

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About Daniel K Inouye Honolulu International Airport (HNL)

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport or Honolulu International Airport is the primary aviation entry point for the city of Honolulu on Oahu and the state of Hawaii. It’s one of the busiest airports in the US, with more than 21 million commercial passengers traveling through the airport each year.

History

Honolulu opened in 1927 as the John Rodgers airport named for the World War I naval officer. John Rogers was the first full means airport in Hawaii; previously the facilities were a few landing strips and seaplane ports. The airport began its expansion in 1939 with the dredging of Keehi Lagoon for seaplanes, while the soil was moved landside for airport expansion. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Rogers Field was designated as Naval Air Station Honolulu and controlled by the U.S. Navy. There were limited commercial flights during World War II, and Rogers Field returned to the territory of Hawaii in 1946.

At the time it was one of the largest airports in the United States and was renamed the Honolulu airport in 1947. The international designation was added in 1951, due to its convenience as a transpacific stopover point. In 2017 the airport was renamed for the US senator and medal of honor recipient Daniel K Inouye.

Daniel K Inouye (HNL) Location

The airport is 3 miles northwest of Oahu’s central business district, and by car, it’s 8 miles to Waikiki Beach.

PHNL Private Jet Facilities

Covering a larger landmass than nearby Waikiki Beach, the airport includes over 4,520 acres of land and sea. The airport has four significant runways, which it operates in conjunction with the neighboring Hickam Air Force Base. The main runway designated 8R/26L, also known as the Reef Runway, was the world’s first principal runway constructed entirely offshore. In addition to the four paved runways, HNL has assigned offshore runways for use by seaplanes.

There are many FBO operators located off of Lagoon Drive on the airport’s southeastern side. Larger terminal facilities are at Signature Flight Support, Air Service Hawaii, and Castle & Cooke Aviation. These FBO‘s include private terminals, hangar space, rental cars, and ground transportation.

PHNL Key Facts

Operating Hours: 24 hours (With restrictions.)

FBOs: There are four fixed base operators (FBO) located at HNL offering a full range of private jet charter services.

Runways:
4L/22R – 6,952 ft. long
4R/22L – 9,000 ft. long
8L/26R – 12,312 ft. long
8R/26L – 12,000 ft. long
4W/22W – 3,000 ft. long (Water)
8W/26W – 5,000 ft. long (Water)

Airport Codes: HNL (FAA and IATA), KHNL (ICAO)
U.S. Customs: Yes
Address: 300 Rodgers Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96819

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