About Port Allen Airport
Situated one nautical mile southwest of Hanapepe, the unincorporated town in the state of Hawai’i, on Kauaʻi island, Port Allen Airport is a regional airport that is open to the public. The airport is operated by Hawaii Department of Transportation. Port Allen Airport is called by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a general aviation facility. Covering 179 acres, Port Allen Airport features a number of facilities, including one asphalt paved runway in good condition.
There are seven aircraft based on the field of Port Allen Airport, such as helicopters, ultralights, glider airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Port Allen Airport provides are air taxi, military, local general aviation, and transient general aviation.