Hawai‘i’s Island Hopper
Mokulele flies more daily flights (and to more cities) than any other airline in the state
Founded in 1994 by a native Hawaiian, Mokulele has become the dominant airline for inter-island travel within the Aloha State. After many ownership changes throughout the years, the Mokulele brand is now owned and operated by Palm Beach-based Southern Airways. After acquiring the name in early 2019, Southern quickly began to expand the number of daily flights to include more destinations—all while implementing Southern’s strict standards for safety, reliability, and on-time performance.
Mokulele currently flies over 130 daily flights on its fleet of 9-seat Cessna Grand Caravans. Unlike other airlines in Hawai‘i, Mokulele operates outside the main terminals at each of its airports. The Mokulele commuter terminals make for a more private, executive-style flying experience. With only nine passengers per flight, there are never long check-in lines nor lengthy boarding processes.
Flying with Mokulele is not only convenient, but it is also a flying experience unlike any other in Hawai‘i. The Cessna Grand Caravan has large passenger windows perfect for viewing the majestic and diverse landscapes of each island. Mokulele provides safe, affordable, and reliable air travel (with the additional perk of giving each guest a unique sight-seeing tour on every flight!)
Mokulele also strives to be a good corporate citizen, giving back to our communities by contributing to countless charities and keiki (youth) organizations. The most notable of these is the ongoing sponsorship of the Mokulele Surf Team, a group of the best young surfers in Hawai‘i.
In addition to serving ten Hawai‘i airports with scheduled flights, Mokulele Airlines also offers private charters between island airports, as well as air tour packages perfect for families of up to nine people.