Honolulu Daniel K Inouye International Airport
Honolulu Daniel K Inouye International Airport, previously known as Honolulu International Airport, serves the most populus city in the US state of Hawai'i, Honolulu. Honolulu is the major international gateway to the state, handling over 20 million passengers p/a and plays a major role as a transit point and holiday destination in the Pacific. The airport is the principal hub of Hawaiian Airlines. The airport is extensively served by airlines around from the Pacific rim, and has direct connections to major cities in the Pacific region. Honolulu Daniel K Inouye International is owned and operated by the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation.
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Ground/Cargo Handlers servicing Honolulu Daniel K Inouye International Airport
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