Honolulu

Fair winds blowing again towards HNL.
Few airports on the planet are as subject to the winds of fiscal flux as Honolulu International. What Airports Council International ranks, in terms of takeoffs and landings, as the 44th busiest airport in the world is also the economic intake valve for Hawaii’s heavily tourist-dependent economy. To do its job, HNL has to have a steady arrival stream — Boeing 737-700s from the West Coast, widebody 767s from farther precincts of the mainland, and Boeing 777s from the far, far reaches of the Far East.

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