Airport Layout Plans
Landing fee and passenger terminal rental rates and charges for Signatory Airline, Nonsignatory Commercial Air Carriers, and Nonsignatory Air Operators
Other Rates and Charges
See procedure 4.5 for other rates and charges.
In accordance with Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Title 19, Chapter 31.1, all aircraft, unless specifically exempted from this rule, must be registered with the Department of Transportation. Owners/operators of aircraft wishing to register their aircraft(s) must complete the Aircraft Registration Form for each aircraft. This form should be mailed or submitted in person, along with a $10 check (payable to the State of Hawaii – Department of Transportation) to the appropriate Airport District Office. Owners/operators of aircraft(s) already registered will automatically be sent renewal application form(s) at the end of the calendar year.
These bid notices are coordinated by the Department of Transportation Contracts Office.
The Airports Division issues permits to conduct various types of commercial activities at public airports throughout the State.
Large and medium hubs that have fifty percent or more enplanements that are carried by one or two airlines are required to submit a competition plan to the Federal Aviation Administration for review and acceptance. The following airports are required to submit a competition plan.
These are notices for upcoming and/or current concession possibilities at Hawaii State Airports and are coordinated by the Airports Division’s Property Management Section.
November 27, 2012 – On-Demand Airport-Based Shuttle Bus Concession at Kahului Airport
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program ensures that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, as defined in 49 CFR Parts 23 and 26, shall have an equal opportunity to participate in federally assisted contracting and concession leasing.
The Airports Division, Engineering Branch, consists of a Construction Section (AIR-EC), a Design Section (AIR-ED), an Environmental Section (AIR-EE), a Drafting and Graphics Section (AIR-EG), a Facilities Maintenance Section (AIR-EM), a Planning Section (AIR-EP), and a Project Coordination Section (AIR-ER). Access our policies and procedures for doing business with the Engineering Branch.
The Environmental Section, AIR-EE, serves as the Divisional coordinator for matters relating to the statewide environmental compliance program, including but not limited to: water quality and hazardous waste materials. Among other issues, AIR-EE manages the Storm Water Management Program Plan (SWMPP), including HNL’s Small Municipal Separate Strom Sewer System (MS4) Permit.
The Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program is authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration for the collection of PFC fees up to $4.50 for every enplaned passenger at commercial airports controlled by public agencies. The fees are then used by the airports to fund FAA-approved projects that enhance safety, security, or capacity; reduce noise; or increase air carrier competition.
Airports around the world are creating opportunities to collaborate with stakeholders and develop strategies that integrate operational efficiency and economic viability with natural resource conservation and social responsibility. DOT-A joins these airports with the launch of the new SustainableDOT-A (sDOT-A) program.
Other Business – Related Information
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can we rent space at an airport?
Hawaii’s Statewide Airports System is comprised of fifteen airports and is operated as a single system for management and financial purposes on behalf of the State by the Department of Transportation.
If you have specific airport(s) in mind, please direct your written inquiry detailing what location, space requirements and type of business to the respective Airport Manager with a courtesy copy to the Airports Administrator.
I have a product and/or service that I think the travelling public can use. Who shall I contact?
Please write a letter describing the product and/or service and a brief description about your company to the Airports Administrator.
I have a product and/or service that I think the airport can use. Who shall I contact?
Please write a letter describing the product and/or service and a brief description about your company to the respective Airport Manager with a courtesy copy to the Airports Administrator.