HONOLULU (KHON2) — Over the weekend, the hourly rate for parking was increased at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.

Vehicles parked for six or more hours are now charged between $20 to $24. Before the increased charges took effect the initial cost was $18 to $22.

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Earlier in June, the Hawaii Department of Transportation provided the following chart showcasing the increased rates over the upcoming years.

July 1, 2023
July 1, 2023
July 1, 2024
July 1, 2025
July 1, 2026
July 1, 2027
– June 30, 2028
16-30 min$1$1$1$1$1$1
31-60 min$3$3$3$3$3$3
1-2 hours$5$5$5$6$6$6
2-3 hours$7$7$7$9$9$9
3-4 hours$9$9$10$12$12$12
4-5 hours$14$14$15$17$17$17
5-6 hours$18$18$19$21$21$21
6-7 hours$19$20$21$23$24$24
7-8 hours$20$22$23$25$27$27
8+ hours$22$24$25$27$29$30

The department said the first-rate increase took effect on Jan. 1 under the long-term parking agreement.

To support the use of the parking structures for community members dropping off or picking up passengers the parking rate for the 15-minute grace period will remain the same.

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The department said they expect to see benefits of reduced demand for overnight and multiple-day parking.