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Hawaiian Airlines is planning to launch their new airline called ‘Ohana starting in March.
Hawai’i’s newest interisland operation will offer turboprop service from Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Moloka’i Airport (MKK) and Lana’i Airport (LNY)
The new service to Moloka’i begins on March 11th followed by the new service to Lana’i on March 18th. These new routes wil be served by their 48-passenger ATR-42 aircraft.
“As Hawai’i’s first airline, this new operation anchors us to our legacy and vision to connect all of our island communities through flight, making it easier for kama’aina and visitors alike to share time together,” said Hadden Watt, managing director of ‘Ohana by Hawaiian. “
We look forward to providing travelers the same standards of consistent service and reliability combined with the friendly and authentic Hawaiian hospitality they’ve come to expect of Hawaiian Airlines.”
The ‘Ohana by Hawaiian operation creates more than 100 new Hawai’i-based jobs in various areas of air transportation including pilots, flight attendants and mechanics as well as ground-handling and customer service positions.
For those looking for an easier way to get to Moloka’i Airport and Lana’i Airport from Honolulu, be sure to check out this option sine fares start at only $59 for these inter-island flights.