Island Air Flights
Island Air is an official independent American passenger carrier that is founded in Honolulu,
Hawaii. This airline is also known as Hawaii Island Air that operates scheduled inter-island
commuter flight service in Hawaii. Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the carrier’s primary
base in Oahu and Island Air’s hub is situated at Kahului Airport (OGG) in Maui.
The Airline has a code sharing and frequent flyer partnership with the United Airlines for passengers to enjoy. Island Air also offers its own frequent flyer program, known as Island Miles (formerly Cloud 9).
Routes and Fleet Size
This airline flies amidst the four prime islands in the state of Hawaii, namely: - Maui, Oahu,
Kauai and Hawaii. Hawaii Island Air serves the city of Lihue on the island of Kauai, it also caters
services to the city of Kailua –Kona on the island of Hawaii, and it also serves the city of Kahului
on the island of Maui, and also serves the city of Honolulu, on the island of Oahu.
Island Air flights boasts of a 7 aircrafts which consist of ATR-72 aircrafts and Q400 aircrafts.
In-flight Services and Amenities
Passenger on-board Island Air can enjoy reading the complimentary in-flight magazine which
displays about best of the fascinating Islands.
Travelers traveling with this airline can relish complimentary beverages such as MauiGrow Coffee and purified water.
A passenger is allowed to carry only a personal item and a carry-on item which shouldn’t exceed 25 x 19 x 10.9 inches and the weight should not surpass over 16 lbs.
A passenger has to pay additional US$25 for a checked baggage, and US$35 for second and third additional checked baggage respectively. The size of the baggage shouldn’t exceed over 62 inches and the weight shouldn’t surpass over 50 lbs. Once booked your flight tickets with Island Air it is advisable to confirm the baggage policy with the official website before you board your flight, as the baggage allowance might alter any time or according to routes.