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CityCodeAirport Name
Hilo ITO       Hilo International
Honolulu HNL Honolulu Int'l
Hoolehua MKK Molokai
Kahului (Maui) OGG Kahului Airport
Kailua Kona KOA Keahole Kona Int'l
Kapalua (Lahaina) JHM Kapalua Airport
Kauai LIH Lihue Airport
Kauai HPV Hanalei Princeville
Kaunakakai MKK Molokai Airport
Kona KOA Keahole Kona Int'l
Lahaina (Maui) JHM Kapalua Airport
Lanai City LNY Lanai Airport
Lihue (Kauai) LIH Lihue Airport
Maui OGG Kahului Airport
Molokai MKK Molokai Airport
Oahu HNL Honolulu Int'l
Princeville (Kauai) HPV Princeville

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Los Angeles LAX Los Angeles Int'l
Portland OR PDX Portland International
San Diego CA SAN Lindbergh Field
San Francisco SFO San Francisco Int'l
Seattle WA SEA Seattle-Tacoma Int'l
Vancouver BC YVR Vancouver Int'l


There are many airports in Hawaii. However, not all Hawaii airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Hawaii (also, historically, the Sandwich Islands) is located in the archipelago of the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Admitted on August 21, 1959, Hawaii constitutes the 50th state of the United States and is situated 2,300 miles (3,700 km) from the mainland.

In addition to possessing the southernmost point in the United States, it is the only state that lies completely in the tropics. It is also the only state that continues to grow in area because of active extrusive lava flows, most notably from K?lauea. It has more endangered species per square mile than anywhere else.

The Hawaiian Archipelago comprises nineteen islands and atolls extending across a distance of 1,500 miles (2,400 km). Of these, eight high islands are considered the "main islands" and are located at the southeastern end of the archipelago. These islands are, in order from the northwest to southeast, Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Maui and the Island of Hawaii.

The climate of Hawaii is atypical for a tropical area, and is regarded as more subtropical than the latitude would suggest, because of the moderating effect of the surrounding ocean. Temperatures and humidity tend to be less extreme, with summer high temperatures seldom reaching above the upper 80s (F) and winter temperatures (at low elevation) seldom dipping below the mid-60s.

Local climates vary considerably on each island, grossly divisible into windward and leeward areas based upon location relative to the higher mountains. Windward sides face the Northeast Trades and receive much more rainfall; leeward sides are drier, with less rain and less cloud cover. This fact is utilized by the tourist industry, which concentrates resorts on sunny leeward coasts.

The history of Hawaii can be traced through a succession of dominating industries: sandalwood, whaling, sugarcane, pineapple, military, tourism, and education. Since statehood was achieved in 1959, tourism has been the largest industry in Hawaii. (airports)

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