Launching Service from Oahu
to Molokai and Lanai
Book Now for Flights that Begin in March
Reserve your seat now and take advantage of our special limited-time $59 one-way fare* for Hawaii’s newest interisland operation, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian. Flights from Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Molokai (MKK) begin on Tuesday, March 11, 2014, followed by service from Honolulu to Lanai (LNY) on Tuesday, March 18, 2014.
‘Ohana by Hawaiian flights will be operated by Empire Airlines utilizing modern 48-passenger turboprop aircraft and will offer the same safe, reliable, on-time service, combined with the friendly and authentic Hawaiian hospitality you’ve come to expect from Hawaiian Airlines.
For more information on ‘Ohana by Hawaiian click here and reserve your seat today!
*Operated by Empire Airlines doing business as ‘Ohana by Hawaiian. Prices apply to non-stop, one-way flights between Honolulu and Molokai or Honolulu and Lanai. Tickets must be purchased between 2/11-2/17/2014. Molokai fares valid for travel between 3/11-4/17/2014. Lanai fares valid for travel between 3/18-4/17/2014. Fares are subject to availability. Fares shown include taxes and fees. Other restrictions and baggage charges and size restrictions may apply. See Hawaiianairlines.com for details.
‘Ohana, the Hawaiian word for family, conveys the mission of our new operation: bringing people together. ‘Ohana by Hawaiian anchors us to our legacy and vision of connecting all island communities through flight, making it easier for everyone to share time together as one ‘ohana.
The design motif for the modern ATR 42 aircraft was created by renowned Hilo-based artist Sig Zane and his son Kuhao, who incorporated Hawaiian Airlines’ interisland route map as a basis for the design. Three kapa patterns were weaved together as one design: piko, representing ancestry and progeny; manu, representing both a bird in flight and the prow of a canoe, the traditional form of migration; and kalo, representing family.
The Meaning Behind the Design
PIKO : UMBILICAL
The piko symbol is derived from patterns seen in braided ti leaves.
A star used in navigation
A month in the lunar calendar
Represents family and heritage
Manu : Bird
The manu symbol is derived from the shape of a bird in flight.
Prow of the wa'a (canoe)
Traditional mode of transportation between islands
Represents where we come from
The kalo symbol is derived from the shape of a taro leaf.
A staple source of sustenance
Defines connections, kinship
Represents family and connections to others
The kapa elements are woven together in a pattern derived from the Hawaiian Airlines route map, tracing modern connections between the communities of our island home.
Our fleet of modern, ATR 42 turboprop aircraft evokes some of the magic and nostalgia of a bygone era, soaring along scenic shorelines. Service aboard ‘Ohana by Hawaiian’s 48-passenger twin-turboprop aircraft will feature the friendly, world-class service Hawaiian Airlines is famous for, delivered in a lighter, more casual local style.