Honolulu Airport Receives Government Funding

7 December 2009 (Last Updated December 7th, 2009 18:30)

Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii has received $37m from the US Government to complete its terminal modernisation programme. Roughly $19m will be allotted for the site preparation work of the new Mauka Concourse, which involves the relocation of utilities and the demolition of gr

Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii has received $37m from the US Government to complete its terminal modernisation programme.

Roughly $19m will be allotted for the site preparation work of the new Mauka Concourse, which involves the relocation of utilities and the demolition of ground-level car park B and terminal roadways.

In addition, ticketing and passenger handling functions of two airlines will be relocated from the airport's commuter terminal to the inter-island terminal.

The existing commuter terminal will be demolished to build the new concourse.