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Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)

Also known as Honolulu International Airport, the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is the largest airport in Hawaii and your gateway to your Oahu adventure. With a history dating back to 1927, the airport, with its three terminals and 60 gates, traversable by foot or Wiki Wiki Bus, supports flights to and from the other Hawaiian islands, locations in Oceania, and cities along the western American/Canadian coastlines. A modernization project in 2006 updated the airport, adding new shopping and dining facilities. The airport is located three miles from Honolulu, and travelers can take buses, shuttles, taxis, or rental cars to their final destination.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Oahu. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Oahu are during the shoulder seasons of spring (April through June) and autumn (September through December). These seasons see a decrease in the number of other tourists, as most tend to visit Oahu during the summer, and this will give you more space to yourself. The shoulder seasons also offer numerous festivals to attend, and as an added bonus, prices tend to be cheaper as well.

Oahu Travel Guide

Oahu, home to Hawaii's capital city of Honolulu, is the third largest of the archipelago’s islands and the home to the majority of its population. In Oahu, there is a perfect blend between modern city life and lush outdoor vistas. In Honolulu, stroll down Kalakaua avenue to experience the eclectic mix of bars and nightclubs. Next, head to Waikiki Beach for rest and relaxation. After that, climb the Diamond Head State Monument for stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Visit the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, then see Iolani Palace, home of the Kalakaua Dynasty. And if you're in Oahu, finding a place to surf is a must, as the island offers the best surfing in Hawaii.

Also known as Honolulu International Airport, the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is the largest airport in Hawaii and your gateway to your Oahu adventure. With a history dating back to 1927, the airport, with its three terminals and 60 gates, traversable by foot or Wiki Wiki Bus, supports flights to and from the other Hawaiian islands, locations in Oceania, and cities along the western American/Canadian coastlines. A modernization project in 2006 updated the airport, adding new shopping and dining facilities. The airport is located three miles from Honolulu, and travelers can take buses, shuttles, taxis, or rental cars to their final destination.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Oahu. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Oahu are during the shoulder seasons of spring (April through June) and autumn (September through December). These seasons see a decrease in the number of other tourists, as most tend to visit Oahu during the summer, and this will give you more space to yourself. The shoulder seasons also offer numerous festivals to attend, and as an added bonus, prices tend to be cheaper as well.

Oahu, home to Hawaii's capital city of Honolulu, is the third largest of the archipelago’s islands and the home to the majority of its population. In Oahu, there is a perfect blend between modern city life and lush outdoor vistas. In Honolulu, stroll down Kalakaua avenue to experience the eclectic mix of bars and nightclubs. Next, head to Waikiki Beach for rest and relaxation. After that, climb the Diamond Head State Monument for stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Visit the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, then see Iolani Palace, home of the Kalakaua Dynasty. And if you're in Oahu, finding a place to surf is a must, as the island offers the best surfing in Hawaii.

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