Growing its operations further, Mokulele Airlines Inc. has decided to start offering highly competitive and on-time flights in California.
Mokulele President Rob McKinney said in a statement that daily flights will be offered within California, to and from Imperial/El Centro and Los Angeles, starting 23rd of May.
Mr. McKinney promised that the flights will be highly affordable, convenient, and on-time great service. In addition, the new service will offer 25 per cent discounts to all Hawaii residents.
Announcing the upcoming service, he said, “We have to say a big mahalo to Hawaii for making us their favorite Island Hopper. What we’ve been invited to bring to California is exactly what made Mokulele Airlines such a success here – highly competitive prices, convenient schedules, great service and on-time flights.”
The airline also provides daily flights to Oahu, Molokai, Maui and the Big Island. Starting this May, people will be able to use the service between Imperial County Airport and Los Angeles Airport.
While regular fares will range between $49 and $99 per seat, an introductory rate has been set at just $30. Kids under the age of 11 years will receive a discount of 25 per cent and the first checked bag will cost $20.
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