Hawaiian Airlines starts selling Kapalua tickets
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Hawaiian Airlines starts selling Kapalua tickets


    This undated courtesy photo shows an ‘Ohana by Hawaiian ATR-42 plane in flight.


Hawaiian Airlines began ticket sales today for service it is restarting between Honolulu International Airport and Kapalua Airport in West Maui.

The carrier will offer four daily flights starting Jan. 18 with ‘Ohana by Hawaiian, the company’s turboprop operator that flies with 48-seat ATR-42 aircraft.

Hawaiian built Kapalua Airport and operated flights between March 1987 and April 1993 before selling the airstrip and terminal to the state. The airport’s three-letter designator code (JHM) honors John H. Magoon, Hawaiian’s long-serving former chief executive officer and chairman who presided over the airport’s planning and construction, in addition to notable company achievements such as the introduction of jet service among the islands, flights to the U.S. West Coast, as well as cargo and charter operations.

In addition to the four daily flights, Hawaiian’s schedule also will include two flights between Kahului and Kapalua.

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