Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (PHNL) – This airport located in Honolulu, Oahu, is the principal aviation getaway of the city. As one of the world’s largest and busiest airports, PHNL serves more than 20 million visitors each year and has four active runways, including the 12,000-foot runway, which was the world’s first major runway built entirely offshore. This airport is formerly known as Honolulu International Airport and is famously known for its beautiful landscape consisting of native trees and flowers to the Hawaiian Islands – a warm welcome for visitors taking a private jet charter to Hawaii.
Kahului Airport (PHOG) – Kahului Airport is a regional airport in the state of Hawaii and the primary airport on the island of Maui. The majority of flights into Kahului Airport originate from Honolulu at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (PHNL) making the Honolulu-Kahului corridor one of the heaviest trafficked air routes in the United States.
Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keahole (PHKO) – Kona International Airport is the primary airport located on the west side of the island of Hawaii. It serves transpacific and inter-island flights. Take a private jet charter directly into the Big Island to see active volcanoes, famous orchids, and its scenic coastline.
Lihue Airport (PHLI) – Lihue Airport is the primary airport located on the southeast coast of the island of Kauai. A true tropical getaway for visitors, Lihue Airport is mostly outdoors and the check-in is completely outside. As part of the West Coast Safari, Kauai’s Lihue Airport is where your Challenger 605, Challenger 350, or Challenger 300 will land into.
This cosmopolitan capital city of Hawaii will delight you with sunny weather, friendly locals, and plenty to do. Honolulu stretches from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, including the world-famous Waikiki Beach. Between historic landmarks, world-class shopping, and lavish fine-dining, Honolulu will quickly become a city you will seek a private jet charter to.
Places To Stay
Honolulu is home to many breathtaking beachfront hotels and resorts. Stay in well-known locations like the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina or The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach. If you’re venturing for a more exclusive and private spot to stay, Halekulani on the west end of Waikiki is the perfect remote location resting on five acres of beachfront property. Disney’s family-friendly luxury resort and spa, Aulani, offers activities for everyone in the family. No matter who you’re traveling with or your reason for traveling, Honolulu has the perfect location for you to stay.
Things To Do
It’s no surprise that there are an endless amount of outdoor activities in Hawaii with its perfect weather and beautiful beaches. Try snorkeling in Hanauma Bay or ocean sports like stand-up paddle boarding or bodysurfing at Waikiki, Ala Moana Beach Park, and Sandy’s. Take the whole family to the Waikiki Aquarium or the Honolulu Zoo to see 42 acres of lush grounds bursting with fragrant and colorful indigenous plants and flowers along with many animal species native to tropical climates. Get active and hike the iconic former volcano, Diamond Head crater on the eastern side of Waikiki.
If you would like to stay local to the city of Honolulu, there are many opportunities like Honolulu’s Chinatown, which offers an immersive cultural experience. Spend the day shopping at the Ala Moana Center – the largest open-air shopping mall in the world. For high-end shopping, the Luxury Row shopping center on Kalakaua Avenue has brand-name stores like Chanel, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, and Bottega Veneta. The Honolulu Museum of Art in downtown Honolulu houses contemporary exhibits and films. Annual festivals and outdoor sporting events flourish in this tropical playground, with wintertime surfing tournaments, pro football and golf competitions, and even the Honolulu Festival each March.
As part of the Hawaiian archipelago, Maui is the second-largest of the islands and features 30 miles of beaches. Nicknamed “The Valley Isle” because central Maui rests between two mountains, this lush paradise boasts everything you are seeking in a tropical getaway. The island has a reputation for its resorts and master-planned communities, along with bountiful sunshine and fragrant breezes. The weather throughout the year remains nice with seasonable changes expected, but usually not varying more than 20 or so degrees between summer and winter.
Where To Stay
Maui is home to Wailea, Hawaii’s most exclusive and luxurious resort community. Resorts within this community include Waldorf Astoria, Marriott, Four Seasons, and Hotel Wailea. Waldorf Astoria is the most famous place to play in pools on the island, where a river connects nine spectacular and unique swimming pools across the property. Marriott and Four Seasons are family-friendly resorts with beautiful oceanfront scenery and plenty of activities. Hotel Wailea is an adults-only five-star exclusive oasis and getaway with 180-degree unobstructed ocean views. Along the North Shore of Maui, you will find Kapalua Resort, a 22,000-acre region home to signature events throughout the year, real estate offerings, and award-winning dining and shopping. Among the luxury hotel offerings nestled in Kapalua Bay are Montage and The Ritz-Carlton. With white-sand beaches, nature preserves, breathtaking hiking trails, championship golf, and magnificent dining, the Kapalua Resort community will enchant you.
What To Do
Maui is full of outdoor adventures. Take a helicopter tour through the Hawaiian skies and view the tops of waterfalls and the variety of sand colors on Maui’s famous black, red, and white sand beaches. Explore the abundant underwater life of over 250 species of tropical fish while snorkeling or diving in Molokini off of Maui’s southwestern coast. Above land, take a drive along the famous scenic highway on the road to Hana. The drive takes you through the epic eastern side of the island with thundering waterfalls cascading through lush rainforest, roadside pineapple stands, and hairpin turns atop seaside cliffs. Just beyond the charming town of Hana, you will find the Haleakala National Park – a beautiful place to hike.
Complement your private jet charter to Hawaii and book a private boat tour to view the mesmerizing humpback whales stop in the warm waters to breed, calve, and nurse their young in the premier destination of the Luau Channel. Visit the historic town of Lahaina in West Maui. Lahaina has evolved into a modern city with excellent nightlife, oceanfront dining, and shopping. Attend a famous Hawaiian luau at The Royal Lahaina resort, one of the most popular and longest-running luaus on the island.