Conducting Air Tours in Hawaii
Anyone conducting commercial air tours in Hawaii must have a current Hawaii Tour Aircraft Operators Permit. This permit is valid for a year and is renewable.
All aircraft, unless specifically exempted from this rule, must be registered with the Department of Transportation.
Information relating to providing air service to, from, and within Hawaii along with current rates, charges, and other fees can be found here.
Pilots: Watch the FAA HNL Aviation Safety Video
Information relating to the Badging Fees, statewide.
The Airports Division issues permits to conduct various types of commercial activities at public airports throughout the State.
These are notices for upcoming and current concession opportunities and other lease offerings at Hawaii State Airports that are coordinated by the Airports Property and Business Development Office.
Here you will find information relating to policies and procedures of the Engineering program.
Landing Fees for Scheduled Commercial Passenger Service Relating to Molokai Airport and Lanai Airport
The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Airports Division is waiving landing fees for scheduled commercial passenger service to Molokai and Lanai in response to decreased service due to the economic impacts of the ongoing pandemic. The waiver of landing fees is for a one-year period beginning March 1, 2021. MORE>>
Schedule of rental rates and charges for the use of facilities and services of the public
airports operated by the State of Hawaii.
Information pertaining to statewide helicopter noise.
Tenants at Airports wishing to make improvements to their premises, whether it is tenant owned or leased from the Airport, must follow the “Tenant Improvement Guidelines”.
For HDOT-Airports compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Of specific interest to the public, businesses, and HDOT-Airports staff, please see FAA Title VI Plan for HDOT Airports and for complaints please see Title VI Complaint Procedures and Form for FAA-Funded Programs.
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.