Kahului International Airport (“OGG”) is the primary landing center for anyone coming from overseas, especially the U.S.A. People come in droves to come and explore the beautiful scenery which include sandy beaches, azure waters, finger-licking delicacies and the legendary Aloha atmosphere. If you are an adventure-seeker or a couple on a honeymoon or better yet trying to rekindle the dying flames of your marriage. The valley island of Maui should be your destination without another thought.
The Maui Airport offers facilities for cosmopolitan passengers from all across the world. This airport covers over 1,300 acres of well-groomed land. And consists of the following, 2 terminals, a sequestered facility for a helicopter pad and efficient staffers who help foreigners find what they are looking for and advise them accordingly.
The Honolulu-Maui route is the busiest route carrying close to 2 million people annually. The airport is found about 3 miles east of West Maui Mountains and the famous Haleakala National Park. Despite the mammoth size of the airport, it is carefully planned for easy navigation. Planes can take off and land conveniently. Helicopters can do the same. And people driving in to drop passengers or pick them up, can do so in an organized fashion.
The major airlines that ply the Maui route include, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, and Air Canada.
There are lounges available for use. There are also duty shops and restaurants you can buy fancy memorabilia and much more. The airport also provides for physically challenged people to ensure that they are not neglected or not well taken care of. There is no discrimination whatsoever against specially challenged people. The island of Maui, welcomes everyone.
The information desks strategically positioned all over the airport work between 7:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. and are always on hand to volunteer information to travellers and ensure they have only happy and memorable experiences to share with everyone back home.
There are also access points for you withdraw money at the airport. They are located in well positioned places like the ticket lobby, baggage claim areas and rotunda places. Most eating joints are timed to flight perfection. If you drive into the Maui Airport, you are entitled to auto-ticket dispensers and park attendants who ensure there is a free flow of traffic.
Maui Island is served by Kahului Airport, also known as Maui Airport. Have a nice flight!