The State of Hawaii has Class A airspace

As of 2019, all airspace above the Hawaii Islands, as with the rest of the United States, is covered by Class A airspace above 18,000 feet MSL. Here’s a diagram of the airspace changes, which took effect in 2019. You’ll also note that the Class E boundary of 5500 MSL present on previous Honolulu Sectional Charts is no longer there; Class E boundaries are the same throughout Hawaii Domestic Airspace.

More information is available in the Federal Register: The Federal Register

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