By Albert Kuan, airlinegeeks.com
Hawaiian Airlines is indefinitely suspending inter-island services from Honolulu to Moloka‘i, Hawaii and Lāna‘i, Hawaii. The services are operated by its fully-integrated subsidiary carrier, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian. The suspension, which starts Nov. 1, includes not only passenger services but also cargo-only services within the Hawaiian Islands.
Due to low demand across its inter-island network, Hawaiian Airlines made the decision to suspend ‘Ohana by Hawaiian service between Honolulu and Kapalua, Hawaii — located in West Maui — earlier in March. It made the decision yesterday to suspend service to Moloka‘i and Lāna‘i, thus entirely suspending ‘Ohana by Hawaiian.