Honolulu International Airport receives just barely passing grades among travelers as this article describes: http://www.civilbeat.com/2015/02/asia-matters-trouble-at-the-honolulu-airport-and-some-modest-fixes/ But in light of the airports problems, the fixes mentioned in the article are just bandaids on serious wounds. Some of the changes I would make: -Replace the antiquated and unpleasant Wiki-Wiki shuttle with some sort of 21st century people moving technology. -Brighten and modernize the decor, including replacing the stained and sagging ceilings and redecorating the dark, dingy main corridors. -Make a spur of the light rail system currently under construction serve HNL -Make the grounds of the airport less scary at night by improving lighting (that actually works). -Add restaurants to the gate areas that serve more than just snacks and fast food. From your experiences, what would you do to improve HNL?