Mokulele to Give Passengers Lei
Mokulele Airlines News Release
Mokulele Airlines will celebrate King Kamehameha Day by lei’ing the first 500 passengers who island hop on June 11 from all nine airport stations.
“Mokulele was founded in 1994 by a Native Hawaiian, Rebecca “Kawehi” Inaba with the goal to share the beauty of the islands with passengers,” said Ron Hansen, president and CEO of Mokulele Airlines. “Our mission to honor that passion has only magnified. That’s why we provide daily service to Hawaii’s smallest communities including Hana, Waimea and Kapalua.”
Mokulele Airlines has the newest fleet of aircrafts in the state and operates over 120 daily flights from 9 airports including – Honolulu and Kalaeloa (Barbers Point) airports on Oahu, Kapalua, Kahului and Hana airports on Maui, Kona and Waimea airport on the Big Island, Ho`olehua and Kalaupapa airports and Mokokai.
“We feel our mission to make it easy for kama`aina and visitors to experience the beauty the islands and King Kamehameha’s mission to unite the people of the Hawaiian Islands are closely aligned,” said Hansen. “Each station created their own lei with local lei makers…Mokulele Airlines is a family owned and operated business, and we believe strongly in treating our passengers like family so we wanted to do something special to commemorate this important holiday and share aloha.”
To book your island hop visit MokuleleAirlines.com.