Molokai Airport – MKK Airport Ho’olehua, Molokai Hawaii

Molokai Airport – MKK Airport Ho’olehua, Hawaii

Molokai Airport MKK Hoolehua HI is the principal airport. It is a state owned airport located about 7 miles northwest of Kaunakakai on the island of Molokai, Maui County, Hawaii, United States. This landing field is primarily a commercial service airport. Note: The Island of Molokai has two airports.
Passenger service is provided by several airlines including: Mokulele Airlines, Ohana by Hawaiian Airlines and Makani Kai Air Charters. The airport is averaging about 90,000 passenger boarding per year.
Flights are available from Oahu Island – Honolulu Airport HNL and Maui Island – Kahului Airport OGG.
Visitors arriving at the Hoolehua airport terminal are not going to find a lot of services in the terminal or any commercial enterprise around the immediate airport vicinity.
For transportation: Molokai Rental Car
MKK Airport Slides
Molokai Airport Terminal Entrance

Molokai Airport Terminal Entrance

The entrance to the airport terminal is from Airport Loop.
Molokai Airport Terminal

MKK Airport Terminal Exterior

MKK Airport Terminal serves as the primary airport for the Island of Molokai.
Molokai Island Map in Terminal

Molokai Map Map In Airport Terminal

Molokai Airport Painting in Terminal

Molokai Map in Airport Terminal

The airport occupies about 288 acres with asphalt runways.

Molokai Airport Hoolehua, Hawaii

Hoolehua is the location of the MKK Airport. Other than the airport this is predominately a residential community with lots of open area and some farms.

Kalaupapa Airport

The second airport is Kalaupapa Airport (IATA: LUP, ICAO: PHLU, FAA LID: LUP). If traveling to the Island of Molokai you probably want to fly into the primary airport – MKK. Be aware of the difference. The Kalaupapa Airport is 2 miles from the Kalaupapa Settlement. Touring the Kalaupapa National Historical Park requires a permit.
MKK Airport Diagram (PDF), effective September 18, 2014


Molokai Airport Diagram
Molokai Airport Diagram
Ferry service was discontinued. In the past, people would also go to Molokai by ferry. The service was from Lahaina, Maui to Kaunakakai, Molokai.