Your biggest concern should be the drive to the airport.
When I take a “first timer” in my small general aviation plane, my emphasis is on the safety aspect.
During the preflight (inspection of the plane before we even take off) when we walk around the plane, I check everything the pilot’s operating handbook (POH) tells me to check.
Airline standards are much stricter.
I like to parallel the safety of an airplane to safety of a car.
Think about this the next time you get in your car.
When did you EVER walk around your car to indeed visually check to see if your tires on the PASSENGER side even had air in them much less being low on air. I’d be willing to bet you probably have not done so, especially if you are parked in a garage.
99.9 percent of my first time passengers never put thought into that until I brought that to their attention when one of my items in the POH is to check the tires.
Needless to say, that got their attention and also made them appreciate that much the more the inspection process an airplane takes before take off and how much safety is built into flying
Bottom line, after you survive the danger of getting to the airport, enjoy the ambience, the view from above at 34 thousand feet and most importantly, enjoy HI.
Been there four times 6 different islands, and if it wasn’t so dang expensive, and I wasn’t so “responsible”, I’d move there in a heart beat.