Getting around the islands is made easy with the help of public bus service and an expanding roadway system. Plus, Maui offers a short commute time of 20.9 minutes. Travel between the Hawaiian Islands is made convenient by ferry and airport commuter services. If you’re looking to fly to the U.S. mainland or abroad, Maui’s Kahului Airport and the Honolulu International Airport will get you there.
|Kahului Airport (Maui Island)||Maui’s primary commercial airport with 14 commercial airline carriers|
|Kapalua Airport (Maui Island)||Semi-private airport; no general aviation or jet aircraft permitted|
|Hana Airport (Maui Island)||Secondary general aviation airport|
|Molokai Airport (Molokai Island)||General aviation airport|
|Lanai Airport (Lanai Island)||General aviation airport|
|Maui Bus||Regular daily and commuter service to Central, South, West, Haiku and Upcountry Maui communities|
|Expeditions Lanai||Regular daily service between Maui and Lanai Islands|
|Molokai Ferry||Regular daily service between Maui and Molokai Islands|
For more information on air service and port facilities see the Business Climate Transportation page.