Hawaiian Airlines’ new turboprop subsidiary Ohana is expanding its network, adding its first routes from the carrier’s secondary hub in Maui. The carrier plans to add flights from Maui’s Kahului Airport to the island of Molokai, and to Kona and Hilo on the Island of Hawaii. The new flights have been added to the summer schedule beginning July 8 for Molokai and Kona, and July 10 for Hilo. A Hawaiian spokesman says the routes will continue after summer, but with a slightly ...
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