Kahului Airport


About Kahului Airport


The primary airport on Maui, the Kahului Airport (OGG) is Maui’s main connection to the US Mainland, and neighbor islands. In 2011, Kahului Airport received 969,000 passengers from Honolulu International Airport, far and away the most passengers from connecting cities; Los Angeles, CA was a distant second, though 419,000 passengers came into Maui from LA. In fact, the Honolulu-Kahului corridor is the 13th busiest air route in the US.

Though inter-island travel is the most common form of visitor arrival, Kahului Airport has many connections to the US Mainland and Canada. Oakland, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Vancouver, and Chicago (seasonal) all fly direct to Kahului, making your trip to Maui easier than ever.


Maui’s primary airport was originally in Puunene, but in 1947 the HAC moved operations to Kahului, the site of the former Naval Air Station. Over the years, many renovations and upgrades have been made to the airport, including new control towers, terminals, runways, hangars, and restaurants.

Facts & Trivia

  • Island: Maui
  • Amenities: Restaurants, restrooms, greeting services, newsstands and bookstores, shopping, Wireless Internet, airline lounges, and curbside check-in.
  • Insider Tip: We offer inter island tours to and from the Kahului Airport! All of our inter island tours from Maui depart from Kahului, and the flight to Oahu is about 35 minutes long; the flight from OGG to the Big Island is also about 35 minutes,2 very quick flights,
  • Fun Fact: The airport code is an homage to an aviation pioneer named Bertram J. Hogg, who worked for what is now Hawaiian Airlines in the late 1960''s. Hogg (pronounced Hoag) is credited as a pioneer in building the airlines of the Pacific. Hogg made the first inte