Honolulu International Airport holds the distinction of being the largest airport in the state of Hawaii. It enjoys a fairly central location at 300 Rodgers Boulevard on the island of Oahu, just seven miles west of downtown Honolulu, eight miles north-west of Waikiki, and fourteen miles south-west of Kaneohe. From Honolulu airport, you can fly to any of the Hawaiian islands as well as to thirty-three major cities around the world on any of the more-than-thirty domestic and international air passenger carriers that service the airport. When you're getting ready to make your travel arrangements, visit ebookers where you can search for flights, hotels, and rental cars, and then compare prices and make reservations quickly and easily.
Five garages and lots as well as a motorcycle parking area provide parking for travellers at Honolulu airport. Expect to pay anywhere from $12 to $15 per day, and note that the airport has a thirty-day maximum extended stay option for $300. Park Air Express at 550 Paiea Street offers an off-site parking option with free shuttle service to the terminals for $10 per day.
Public transportation to the airport is available via the city's TheBus (808-848-4500) for a $2.50 one-way fare. SpeediShuttle (808-839-6248) offers door-to-door shuttle service for $15 from Waikiki and $26 from downtown Honolulu. Additional charges may apply for oversized items, including surfboards, golf bags, and bicycles. AMPCO Express (808-861-8294) manages the airport taxi system. Expect the fare from Waikiki to run approximately $35 to $40. While you've got transportation on your mind, head over to ebookers where you can reserve a rental car so that it will be ready when you land.
If you want to grab a snack to bring on the flight or are just looking for a quick nosh, you'll find plenty of in-airport options. In addition to several Starbucks locations, the airport offers the Kona Brewing Company, Coldstone Creamery, and a Hawaii Market. If you prefer to stop before you arrive at the airport, you'll find a Kimo Bean Coffee Co at 238 Sand Island Access Road and a Hawaii Coffee Company at 1555 Kalani Street in Honolulu.
After arriving at Los Angeles International Airport and collecting their luggage the holidaymaker will want to make his her or way to LA. There are a variety of ways to get there. For those wanting to take public transport there are several bus companies providing services into the city. Another option when taking flights to Los Angeles is to complete the journey via taxi, or by hiring a car at the airport.
Flights Los Angeles passengers can be sure to view some wonderful sights when they visit LA. One of the most iconic is the Venice Boardwalk where it is possible to experience everything that is weird and wonderful about life in this city. Another major attraction is Universal Studios. Nowadays, the public do not get to see an actual shoot, but there are plenty of movie-related theme parks to keep them intrigued and entertained. For those who want to enjoy a stroll during their stay there is the Canal Walk. The delightful bridges and walkways are a welcome relief from the hustle and bustle of the city.
For relaxation and the sun, there could be no better way to spend a few hours than at Manhattan Beach. Sports fans spending their holidays in LA can also take the opportunity to catch a game at the Dodgers Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. To book flights from Honolulu to Los Angeles visit ebookers.ie.
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