What to do at Maui Kahului Airport (OGG)

Hawaii’s diverse nature in the form of exotic beaches, splendid mountain ranges, marine life, lush rain forests, and centuries old volcanoes are what attract thousands of tourists to Maui Island. Kahului International Airport is the gateway to the island, welcoming passengers from all over the world in the true Aloha spirit.

Kahului Airport is the main airport on the island catering to interisland and overseas flights operated by major airlines including Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, and more. The airport provides excellent services for passengers needing special assistance. This includes porter services by staff trained in assisting people with special needs, disabled toilet facilities, wider access pathways, ramps, and easy access to telephones.

Being the second busiest airport in the state of Hawaii, Kahului Airport is well equipped with a number of facilities for the convenience of arriving and departing passengers. From duty free shops to restaurants and car rental services, Kahului Airport ensures that every passenger is treated with Aloha, true to Hawaiian hospitality. For any travel-related assistance, the airport has several special information desks manned by knowledgeable and courteous staff to assist traveler. Staff are available from 07:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. daily. Alternatively, passengers can call (808) 872-3893 for assistance if they find the information desks closed.

what to do at kahului airportATM services at Kahului Airport can be found at the ticket lobby, baggage claim area, and on the second floor of the Central Building. Airline lounges operated by the Aloha Airlines Executive Club and Hawaiian Premier Club are located across Gate 15 and Gate 17 respectively. Car rental services are available at several locations around the airport. There are courtesy telephones for various hotel and transportation services located at the baggage claim area.

Kahului Airport is home to a number of shops and restaurants located in both the Overseas and Commuter terminals at the ground and second level. Passengers can shop for Hawaiian apparel, accessories, and gifts at DFS outlets at the Gate Area 2nd Level and the Ticket Lobby. There are DFS kiosks, a jewelry store, and a Bar & Grill restaurant that serves a classic Hawaiian fare including fish and chips in the Central Building. For espressos, pastries, and sandwiches passengers have a choice of Starbucks. For authentic pearls, the Maui Divers Jewelry Shop serves customers on the 2nd level of the Central Building as well. Most shops, snacks stands, and restaurants at Kahului Airport are open between 05:30 am and 11:00 pm.