The Hawaii Department of Transportation will again raise the parking rates at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport starting in July.

On July 1, 2024, the parking rates for three or more hours will increase by $1. Three- to four-hour parking will go from $8 to $9, four to five-hours $14 to $15, respectively, and eight- to nine-hour parking will go from $24 to $25.

The maximum daily rate will be $25. 

Transportation officials said they would begin increasing rates over five years through 2027.

They began increasing rates on Jan. 1, 2023, for the first time since 2015. A second rate increase took place on July 1, 2023. 

HDOT expects the increased pricing to reduce demand for overnight and multiple-day parking, according to a news release.

The increased funds also help to modernize the airport parking facility, including a camera tracking system for entering and departing vehicles, automated parking fee calculations, and LED displays of available stalls.

The 15-minute grace period will continue for individuals dropping off or picking up passengers at the airport.

The free airport cell phone lots will also continue to be available.

Here are the new parking rates: