The name ‘Ohana, the Hawaiian word for family, says it all: keeping in touch with our roots and bringing people together from across the Islands.
There’s no better plane for this than the ATR 42-500. It’s no tidepool-jumper: it seats nearly 48 people comfortably, with surprisingly wide seats and roomy overhead bins. If you haven’t flown in a turboprop plane lately, prepare to be impressed with a smoother, quieter ride.
The turboprop aircraft features livery designed by Hilo-based artist Sig Zane and his son Kūha'o. The aircraft are named after a significant wind on each of the islands that `Ohana by Hawaiian serves: Holo Kaomi of Paomaʻi, Lāna'i; Kaiāulu of Wai'anae, O'ahu; and Hikipua of Hālawa, Moloka'i.
‘Ohana by Hawaiian provides safe, reliable, on-time air service, with a lot of warmth and a dash of the magic of old-fashioned air travel.
Seating Capacity: 48 seats