Transportation On Oahu
Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the airport of choice to fly to and from Oahu
Taxi Service is available at Honolulu International Airport from the center median fronting the terminal baggage claim areas.
- The fare from the airport to the Honolulu area during non-rush hour periods is approximately $40.00-$45.00.
- There is a baggage charge of 50 cents per bag.
- Fare is by meter only.
For more information from Hawaii International Airport, including maps of the taxi pick-up zones, click here.
Uber & Lyft are used around the island, and may serve as a lower-priced alternative to taxis. Recent law changes (12/1/17) permit them to pick you up at the Honolulu International Airport, as well as, drop you off.
Visit any of 100 Biki Stops conveniently located throughout urban Honolulu. Unlock a bike using your credit card or Biki Pass. https://gobiki.org/
While Ward Village, Kakaako, Ala Moana, Downtown and Waikiki are very walkable with countless amenities close by, renting a car will allow you to explore all of Oahu! Six rental car companies, Advantage, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz and National are located on airport. Four others provide off-airport car rentals: Thrifty, Dollar, Alamo, and A-1. We suggest booking your car rental in advance!
The BUS on Oahu is a great way to get around the island if you opt to not get a car rental. The Honolulu bus system is actually ranked as one of the best transit systems in the world. That’s pretty impressive with over 72 million satisfied riders a year! Please visit their website for pricing and schedules: www.thebus.org