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Getting To Molokai

Almost all travelers to Molokai arrive by air.  A few come by private yacht, or the Maui Princess interisland ferry, which runs between Lahaina, Maui, and Molokai.  Molokai has two airports, but you'll most likely fly into Hoolehua Airport, about 6 miles from Kaunakakai.  The Kalaupapa Airport provides access to the Leper Colony, Molokai's biggest tourist attraction.

There are no direct flights from the mainland to Molokai.  Most of the airlines that fly to Molokai do so out of Oahu, though a few do fly from Maui as well.     

Hawaiian Air flies two flights from Oahu and one from Maui each day, aboard Boeing B-717 jets.  Being a major airline, however, the lines are longer and security procedures are more grueling.  You will get the security of a jet, however, with beverage service.

Island Air flies nine times from Oahu daily and twice from Maui aboard their 37-passenger planes. Click here for schedules.  Expect fares of around $65pp (one-way).  They fly from the commuter terminals.

Molokai Air Shuttle, Paragon Air, and Pacific Wings offer daily shuttle service to and from Maui and Oahu for around $65pp (one-way).  Commercial Flyer offers charter flights from Oahu, as well.  These planes are generally dual-prop 6-9 passenger planes, and fly directly into Kalaupapa, as well as Kaunakakai.




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