HNL is changing – Here’s what you need to know
Terminals, Gates, and Baggage Claim areas being renamed at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)
On Friday, June 1, Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) will feature new signs and names for terminals, gates and baggage claim carousels. The changes – which will happen overnight on May 31 – will improve the guest experience by simplifying directions for travelers throughout the airport.
Hawaiian Airlines will have additional team members on hand to assist guests during the transition. From June 1 to June 3, keep an eye out for Hawaiian Airlines volunteers wearing purple Team Kōkua T-shirts in airport gate areas and lobbies if you need a hand with directions.
Here is what you need to know as you arrive at HNL effective June 1:
1. Gates will be labeled with a letter followed by a number, from A13 through G10. See attached airport map for details of the renumbered gates.
2. Each baggage claim carousel will be labeled by numbers instead of the current letter designations, B through H. International passengers will pick up checked bags in carousels 1-5. Guests arriving on Hawaiian Airlines’ interisland or North America flights will pick up checked bags in carousels 6-11.
3. Terminals are also being renamed. The Interisland Terminal (from which Hawaiian Airlines operates) will be identified as “Terminal 1”; the Overseas Terminal as “Terminal 2” (for all other airlines); and the Commuter Terminal as “Terminal 3” (Mokulele Airlines). Terminal 3 will be located on the east end of the airport with access from Aolele Street.
New digital signs will be placed over roadways to direct motorists to airline lobbies and check-in counters. In addition to giving the airport a fresh new look, the sign replacements are needed to accommodate planned expansions at HNL, including new concourses at each end of the airport. We appreciate our guests’ patience during this transition. Mahalo!
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