Pacific Wings ceasing Hawaii operations
HONOLULU (AP) — Pacific Wings, an airline serving five Hawaii destinations with a Cessna 208, is ceasing operations.
Pacific Wings will be shutting down its Hawaii operation in mid-June.
Pacific Wings has been in operation since the 1970s and serves mainly smaller markets like Molokai, Kalaupapa, Lanai, Hana and Waimea-Kamuela.
Now that Island Air is turning to large turboprops, Hawaii News Now says that leaves Mokulele Airlines as the only scheduled airline with planes small enough to serve some Hawaii airports.
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