Hilo International Airport, known as General Lyman Field until 1989, is located about two miles east of Hilo, on the eastern shore of the Big Island. Its three-letter IATA airport code is ITO. There is no official explanation as to why, but the Hawaii State Department of Transportation lays out a couple of theories. The airport was designated ITO […]
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Why is Maui’s airport called OGG?
Kahului Airport is the second busiest airport in the State of Hawaii, located on the northern edge of the land bridge between Haleakala and the West Maui Mountain Range on the island of Maui. It’s three-letter IATA airport code is OGG. OGG is a tribute to aviation pioneer Bertram J. Hogg. An accomplished pilot, Hogg […]