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Airlines in Hawaii

Articles and information about airlines in Hawaii, including inter-island airlines in Hawaii and airlines that fly to Hawaii. Also includes news about Hawaii's largest airlines and information about a book chronicling the history of Hawaii's airlines.

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Inter-Island Airlines in Hawaii
Airlines offering inter-island flights between Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii.

Overseas Airlines That Fly to Hawaii
A guide to international airlines that fly over the Pacific Ocean to and from Hawaii. Includes airlines based in Hawaii, airlines based on the continental United States, and airlines based in other countries.

News About Hawaii's Airlines
Hawaii airline news featured in official press releases issued by Hawaii's top airlines. Includes news about Hawaiian Airlines, news about Go! Airlines, and news about Island Air.

Book About Hawaii's Airline Industry

BOOK TITLE: Wings Over Paradise
AUTHOR: Peter N. Forman
PUBLISHER: Barnstormer Books
PUBLICATION DATE: 1980 and 2005
ISBN-10: 0970159447 / ISBN-13: 9780970159441
NUMBER OF PAGES: 392
FULL TITLE: Wings of Paradise: Hawaii's Incomparable Airlines
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: From the eve of the Great Depression to the end of World War II, the territory of Hawaii's skies belonged to Inter-Island Airways, the predecessor of Hawaiian Airlines. When the war ended in 1945, social upheavals in the territory paved the way for the birth of Trans-Pacific Airlines, later known as Aloha Airlines. Other carriers, including Skybus, Mid-Pacific, Discovery, and Mahalo Airlines entered and left the market over the years. Includes information about the 2005 bankruptcy challenges of Hawaii's largest airlines.

ISLAND AIR Hawaii's second largest airline - Island Air - shut down operations permanently on Friday, November 10 2017 due to financial issues that could not be resolved. The airline was founded in 1980 as Princeville Airways, it was purchased by Aloha Air in 1987 and renamed "Aloha Island Air", and it was sold again in 2003 and renamed "Island Air". Before it shut down its flights served the Honolulu Airport on Oahu Island, the Kona Airport on Hawaii Island, the Kahului Aiport o Maui island, and the Lihue Airport on Kauai island. Island Air and will cease operations at end of day on November 10, 2017. aftert 37 years in bsuiness. Island Air was founded in 1980 as Princeville Airways

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