Traveling To Honolulu
Oahu’s main airport is Honolulu International Airport (HNL). HNL is also Hawai'i’s major airport, serving as the entry point for most of Hawaii’s visitors.
Transportation from Honolulu International Airport to the hotels near the Hawai'i Convention Center can be either by taxicab or you may contact the following shuttle services. All fees are listed in U.S. dollars.
Airline Reservation Assistance
You may also contact Allen Samuels House of Travel at 1-254-776-2560 or by e-mail to email@example.com for assistance with your travel plans.
Speedi Shuttle is the official Honolulu International Airport on-demand shuttle service provider and delivers door-to-door service from the airport to your hotel on Oahu. Contact www.speedishuttle.com/pickup for more information including an online form to make your reservations. You also may call 1-877-242-5777. Example of fare: one-way from HNL airport to Hilton Hawaiian Village = $15.48 for a shared ride. (Tax included, per person, each way based on a party of two.)
Roberts Hawai'i Express Shuttle provides a meet-and-greet service at your arrival gate and will escort you to baggage claim. They also will provide porter service at the baggage claim area. If you are an international traveler, greeters will meet you outside of customs. Contact www.airportwaikikishuttle.com for more information including an online form to make reservations. You also may call 1-800-831-5541 or 1-808-441-7800. Example of fare: one-way = $16, round trip = $30.
BLUE HAWAII TOURS
Blue Hawaii Private and Photo Tours offer unique specialty tours of O’ahu. Small group (limited to 7 people) photo tours give visitors opportunities to capture stunning images of Hawaii with an experienced guide and photographer. Choose from Sunrise, Sunset, Garden, or Island Tours. Private tours are available for sightseeing, adventure hiking, or photography.
For a 20% discount use the code: ASLO2017 when booking online at www.bluehawaiiphototours.com. For more information call Marie Turner at 808-799-5554.
(Blue Hawaii Photo Tours has no specific ties to ASLO or the ASLO 2017 meeting. They are an independent company, and all booking agreements are strictly between the participant and the Blue Hawaii Photo Tours.)