Getting Around

The main mode of public transportation in Maui is the Maui Bus, which operates several daily routes through large towns like Wailuku, Kihei, Lahaina, Wailea, and Kahalui. The bus routes don't cover the island comprehensively however, so most travellers in Maui opt to hire a car; note that hired cars must be booked well in advance as they can sell out, especially on holiday weekends.

Airports

Kahului Airport

The airport is located three miles (5km) northeast of Kahului Town in Maui.

Kahului Airport (OGG)

Overview

Maui County operates a public transit system from the airport which operates daily. The Maui Bus stops at marked locations fronting the terminal; Route 40 (Upcountry Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 6am and 10.11pm, while Route 35 (Haiku Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 5.30am and 9.40pm. Note that only one bag is allowed per passenger.

Location

The airport is located three miles (5km) northeast of Kahului Town in Maui.

Getting to the city

Maui County operates a public transit system from the airport which operates daily. The Maui Bus stops at marked locations fronting the terminal; Route 40 (Upcountry Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 6am and 10.11pm, while Route 35 (Haiku Islander) operates every 90 minutes between 5.30am and 9.40pm. Note that only one bag is allowed per passenger.

Time

Local time is GMT -10.

Car rental

Car rental agencies include Thrifty, Avis, Hertz, National, Enterprise, Dollar, Budget and Alamo.

Airport Taxis

Airport taxis are located fronting the baggage claim area and are metered.

Facilities

Kahului Airport features shops, restaurants, customer service, an information desk and ATMs.

Parking

Parking lots are located near the terminal. Parking is free for the first 15 minutes, $1 for the first 30 minutes, $2 for the second 30 minutes and $2 per hour thereafter up to a daily maximum of $15.

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