Parking rates at airports across Hawaii will be going up starting Dec. 1.
At five airports, including Honolulu International Airport (HNL), the daily maximum rate to park there will increase by $3, according to the state Department of Transportation.
For HNL, that means it will cost $18 to park 24 hours there. For Kahului (OGG), Kapalua Airport, Lihue, Hilo and Kailua-Kona it will cost $15, according to a DOT statement.
The short-term rates to park at those airports for less than four hours won’t change, according to DOT. The rate for the fourth hour will increase by $3 at HNL and $2 at the neighbor island airports.
Additionally, HNL’s economy lot, which is located near the commuter terminal (where Mokulele Airlines operates), will also increase by $3 to a total of $15 for its daily maximum rate, a DOT spokesman said Monday.
For comparison, the daily maximum parking rates at the main terminals Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport are $30 and $36, respectively. San Francisco also has a long-term economy parking that’s listed at $18 a day, and LAX has an economy lot that’s listed at $12 a day, according to the airports’ websites.