Top Hawaii Car Rental Services

Harpers Hawaii
This is an excellent place to get a truck or larger SUV. They do not have Jeeps at this time.

Royal Hawaii
This is a good place to look if you want an Alamo vehicle. 24 hr advance registration is required. Available in Maui and Kauai too.

Avis Hawaii
Another good choice. You will pay more renting direct at this time. Only Aloha Rents offers “corporate” discounts through Avis.

Top Hawaii Van Rental Services

Hawaii Van Rental
A full-size van may be perfect for you next group retreat or family gathering with 7-15 passengers. They offer low rates for Minivans, 12 passenger and 15 passenger rental vans.

Maui Van Rental
This company has extra large vans in Maui at the Kahului airport (OGG) and Lahaina.

Hawaii Airport Car Rental Locations

Maui OGG Airport
The Kahului Airport (OGG) is situated on a land bridge between the West Maui Mountain Range and Haleakala. Three mile separate the town of Kahului from the airport.

Oahu Airport
(HNL) on the Island of Oahu was first known as John Rodgers Airport when it was originally opened in 1927 and was actually the first full-service public airport in Hawaii.<

Hawaii Airport
(ITO) International Airport on the Big Island of Hawaii was presently known as General Lyman Field before 1989. The airport lies on the eastern shore of Hawaii about two miles east from the city of Hilo.

Hawaii Airport
(KOA) at Keahole occupies 3,450 acres of land approximately 7 miles northwest of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The Kona Airport has an 11,000-foot runway and a group of buildings at the eastern edge of the airfield for arriving and departing passengers and general aviation operations.

Kauai Airport
(LIH) is situated 1.5 miles east of Lihue, on the eastern side of Kauai. Lihue airport is mostly un-walled, and the check in is completely outside. The (LIH) airport does not serve as a major hub for any airlines. Although, numerous inter-island flights are available daily, 7 days per week. The airport is the primary gateway to Kauai.

Molokai Airport
(MKK) is situated near the center of the island, 6 miles northwest of Kaunakakai. Vehicular access is provided by separate access roadways, each connecting with Keonelele Avenue.