Posted on August 6th, 2021
Fly to Hawaii‘s Lanai Island, the smallest open public island of Hawaii state. 97% privately owned, this island was a former pineapple farm with only one town, Lānaʻi City. Just 24 miles wide, this island has no traffic lights, and most of its landmarks are reached by dirt roads. A few luxury resorts and no shopping malls make Lanai is a uniquely tranquil destination.
Lanai Airport, or the Lānaʻi Airport, is a public airport located three southwest of Lanai City. The single airport on the island has one runway of 5,0001 feet for private jets and commercial planes. Three FBOs offer plane and passenger services for charter flights at PHNY.
Operating Hours: Airport and FBO Hours 6:00 AM to 7:30 PM, 7 days a week.
FBOs: There are 3 fixed-based operators (FBOs) offering full service including passenger lounges, fueling, onsite car rentals, and aircraft parking.
Runways: 03/21 is the longest single runway at 5,001 ft. long.
Airport Codes: LNY (FAA and IATA), PHNY (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N20-47.1 / W156-57.1
U.S. Customs: No
Address: Lanai Ave, Lanai City, HI, 96763