Transportation On Oahu

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the airport of choice to fly to and from Oahu

TAXI:

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.

Taxi Information

RIDESHARE:

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.

Biki BikeShare:

Visit any of 100 Biki Stops conveniently located throughout urban Honolulu. Unlock a bike using your credit card or Biki Pass. https://gobiki.org/

CAR RENTALS:

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

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




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