IGARSS 2010 - 2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium - July 25 - 30, 2010 - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA


Honolulu International Airport
300 Rodgers Boulevard
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
+1 (808) 836-6411 (tel)

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is one of the world’s largest, busiest and most beautiful airports. Owned and operated by the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, it covers 4,520 acres of land, and islarger than the marjo resort destination of Waikiki, located 10 miles to the south. It is served by 27 international and domestic carriers, three interisland airlines and four commuter airlines. Your travel may bring you to multiple concourses, which can be reached via Wiki Wiki buses.

To and From the Honolulu International Airport:

Distance from the hotel: 10 miles
Drive time: Approximately 20 minutes

Taxi: $32.00 USD
*Reliable Shuttle: $10.00 USD per person one way or $18.00 USD roundtrip
Limousine: $120.00 USD

*Reliable Shuttle can be booked in advance – http://www.reliableshuttle.com or by calling +1 (808) 924-9292.

Car Rental agencies on-site include:

Avishttp://www.avis.com+1 (808) 834-5536
Budgethttp://www.budget.com+1 (808) 836-1700
Dollarhttp://www.dollar.com+1 (808) 831-2331
Enterprisehttp://www.enterprise.com+1 (808) 836-2213
Hertzhttp://www.hertz.com+1 (808) 831-3500
Nationalhttp://www.nationalcar.com+1 (808) 831-3800

In and Around Honolulu


The City and County of Honolulu offers mass transit through its coach system, very simply called The Bus. Adult one-way fares are $2.25, inclusive of one (1) free transfer with each paid cash fare. If you are not staying at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and your accommodations are not within walking distance, this is a very cost-effective option. For further information, you may call +1 (808) 848-4500.

The Bus also provides airport transportation from Honolulu International Airport to Waikiki via Bus Routes 19 or 20. Bus stops are located on the second level roadway along the median. Please check for the signs which read “City Bus.”

For Local Attractions: http://www.waikikitrolley.com

To explore the best of Honolulu’s attractions, Waikiki Trolley allows unlimited boarding and reboarding privileges for as long as your pass is valid. Hop on and off at any of the 30 stops within the trolley’s four fun-filled trolley lines. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Red Line – Iolani Palace, King Kamehameha Statue, Foster Botanical Garden
  • Blue Line – Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, Diamond Head Crater (inside & lookout)
  • Pink Line – dedicated to the Ala Moana Shopping Center
  • Yellow Line – for the best local Honolulu shopping

Please visit the site for online specials and discounts.

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