Mokulele Airlines has announced that it will expand its interisland service with the addition of four new routes that will begin on October 20. The new routes will operate between Kalaeloa (Oahu) and Molokai, Kalaeloa and Kapalua (Maui), Kapalua and Molokai, and Kapalua and Hana (Maui).
On July 1, Mokulele began service from Kalaeloa Airport, the former Barber's Point Naval Air Base John Rogers Field, to make interisland travel more convenient for residents and visitors on west Oahu. "We have been very gratified by the response to our service between Kalaeloa and Kahului," states Mokulele CEO Ron Hansen, "and as a result, we're expanding our service to offer passengers traveling out of west Oahu even more options. We're also very pleased to offer our Kapalua, Molokai and Hana passengers additional choices for their travel needs."
Mokulele is offering special introductory fares for the four new routes starting at just $44 one way, including taxes and fees. The special fares are available for travel through November 30, 2014. For Mokulele's current flight schedule, visit www.mokuleleairlines.com.