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Say Aloha to Ohana by Hawaiian, Taking to the Skies in March

February 13, 2014 at 7:23 AM | by | ()

Just the other day we were looking at the snazzy look of the latest member of the Hawaiian Airlines family, and now it looks like ‘Ohana by Hawaiian is ready to take to the skies.

If you need a refresher ‘Ohana by Hawaiian is the new subsidiary carrier from Hawaiian Airlines, as they plan to connect some smaller airports and locations in and around the islands with a little bit of propeller power.

Turboprop service will be arriving at Honolulu International Airport, as the new carrier will be linking planes and passengers over to Moloka‘i Airport as well as and Lānaʻi Airport. Things are now online and ready to book, and it looks like you score one-way fares for as little as just $59. Just be sure to go ahead and book before February 17 to score the deal—just note that you need to travel through April 17.

The flights over to Moloka‘i Airport will do their thing three times per day and will begin on March 11. Those looking to make their way to the island of Lānaʻi have two options each and every day, and those flights should hit the skies on March 18.

For those that are interested it technically will be Empire Airlines doing all of the flying fun, as the flight crew climbs into the cockpit of some new ATR-42 aircraft. There’s room for 48 passengers on these birds, and the flight times should last between 25 and 30 minutes—aloha.

[Photo: Hawaiian Airlines]

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