Honolulu in Hawaii Has Never Been Busier At The Airport

Honolulu in Hawaii Has Never Been Busier At The Airport
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Honolulu’s main international airport has never been busier as more travelers set their sights on Hawaii over the Summer.

Using data from RadarBox.com, we will see how the airport is performing and what the rest of the Summer could hold for them.

Without further ado, let’s get into the numbers…

Honolulu Becoming The Rising Star for Hawaii…

Honolulu in Hawaii Has Never Been Busier At The Airport
Data provided by RadarBox.com.

For May 23-30, Honolulu International Airport handled 766 movements based on a seven-day rolling average provided by the flight tracking company.

This represents an increase of 6.09% compared to the same period last year, where 722 movements were recorded.

2023’s figures represent an increase of 215 movements compared to the same period in 2019, which highlights a very strong post-pandemic recovery.

Below is the last four weeks’ worth of data for Honolulu International Airport:

Date2019 Numbers2022 Numbers2023 NumbersPercentage Difference (2023 vs. 2022)
April 25-May 2564 movements739 movements742 movements+0.41%
May 2-9523 movements725 movements734 movements+1.24%
May 9-16552 movements711 movements744 movements+4.64%
May 16-23555 movements732 movements743 movements+1.50%

What we can see from the data is that the airport is still performing better than last year, but also compared to 2019 as well.

How Will The Rest of the Summer Go?

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What remains clear is that Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii is performing at its best and have come out of the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever.

The additional movements will be a benefit to local tourism within the Honolulu area, especially with it being a significant hotspot for travelers within the mainland U.S.

All eyes will no doubt be on the airport to see how much further they can increase these statistics and what more benefits will be reaped from it as a result.

But for now, all eyes are on Hawaii over the Summer.

By James Field - Editor in Chief 3 Min Read
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