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Island Air offers $59 one-way fare for Honolulu-Lanai service

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:01 p.m. HST, Feb 11, 2014

Island Air is matching Hawaiian Airlines by offering a $59 fare each way between Honolulu and Lanai.

The fare is available only online at IslandAir.com and can be booked now through Monday for travel through April 17.

Hawaiian announced its special fare Monday in conjunction with the launch of its new 'Ohana by Hawaiian turboprop service. Hawaiian also is offering that fare for its Honolulu-Molokai service.

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palani wrote:
And so begins the battle between billionaire Larry Ellison's Island Air and Hawaii's own, original airline.
on February 11,2014 | 12:52PM
HawaiiCheeseBall wrote:
The difference is one airline leads the nation in on-time performance, while the other has challenges maintaining a schedule.
on February 11,2014 | 01:26PM
control wrote:
Hawaiian hasn't been 'local' for years. Mercenary mgmt. took over, prices skyrocketed. On time performance doesn't mean much when most of their traffic is still inter-island and to mostly semi-tropical destinations.
on February 11,2014 | 02:29PM
KalaeHale wrote:
Thanks Island Air for continuing to treat Molokai residents and visitors like second class citizens. How about a $59 for us? And make it more than two seats on each flight please.
on February 11,2014 | 05:48PM
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