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Kahului Airport | OGG

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About Kahului Airport

Kahului Airport (IATA: OGG) is a regional airport located on the island of Maui, Hawai'i, United States. The most popular route from the airport is from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, which is the 13th busiest route in 2004 with 1,632,000 passengers.

The airport was first built in 1942 as a Naval Air Station. 10 years later in 1952, the Kahului Airport began commercial operations.

Kahului Airport Location

Kahului Airport is located east of Kahului CDP in Maui County on the island of Maui near Haleakala. Its location within the island can be seen on the interactive map below:


The Kahului Airport covers 1,391 acres, with its terminal building contains ticketing, border control, baggage drop and reclaim, gates, passenger terminal including a variety of facilities, as seen below.

Facilities Include:

Internet Kiosks


Baggage Trolleys

Gift and Newspaper Shops

Food and Drinks

Information Desk

Medical Services

Lounges Include:

Hawaiian Airlines Premier Club Lounge: This airport lounge includes complimentary beverages, newspapers, magazines, television and free WiFi. You can gain access if you are a frequent flyer with Hawaiian Airlines and you have purchased an annual membership.


Direction Length (m) Length (ft) Surface
02/20 2,132 6,995 Asphalt
05/23 1,521 4,990 Asphalt


Main Passenger Terminal

There is only one passenger terminal at this airport, which is divided into two areas; north and south. The south has 15 gates, with the north having 22. The terminal is due to expand and improve its facilities, under the 2016 airport plan.

Airlines that fly to Kahului Airport

Air Canada Alaska Airlines American Airlines
Delta Air Lines Hawaiian Airlines Makani Kai Air
Mokulele Airlines Southwest Airlines United Airlines

Top Destinations

Popular Domestic Destinations

Data from June 2018-May 2019, taken from the OGG.

Rank Airport Passengers Airlines
1 Honolulu, Hawaii 994,070 Hawaiian, Mokulele, Southwest
2 Los Angeles, California 537,570 Alaska, American, Delta, Hawaiian, United
3 San Francisco, California 366,960 Alaska, Hawaiian, United
4 Seattle-Tacoma, Washington 255,580 Alaska, Delta, Hawaiian
5 Portland, Oregon 153,250 Alaska, Hawaiian
6 Lihue, Hawaii 131,190 Hawaiian
7 Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 129,780 Hawaiian, Mokulele
8 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas 125,670 American
9 Oakland, California 124,930 Alaska, Hawaiian, Southwest
10 San Jose, California 112,270 Alaska, Hawaiian, Southwest

How to get to Kahului Airport

By Road

From Lahaina, you can take the HI-30 south for 16 miles, then right onto Kuihelani Highway for 6 miles and cross Hana Highway and drive 1.5 miles until you reach the terminal directions.

From Kihei, you should drive on the South Kihei Road NW, until you reach the Mokulele Highway. Turn right when you reach Dairy Road, cross Hana Highway and then drive 1.5 miles to the terminal.

By Public Transport

The Maui Bus stops at Kahului Airport on two of its routes; 35 connecting with aia and Haiku, and 40 connecting to Pukalani, Makawao and Haliimaile.

By Rental Car

There are many car rental services available in the car rental building, found by the baggage claim area. Companies include Alamo, Avis, Dollar, Enterprise and National.