Pacific Wings flight schedule

The airline was established and started operations in July 1974 when it was incorporated as Air Nevada, an on-demand charter operator. Scheduled services started in 1978. After Eagle Canyon Airlines acquired its network of tour operators, Air Nevada ceased operations in January 1998, changed its operating name to Pacific Wings and continued its scheduled services within Hawaii. It is owned by Greg Kahlstorf (50%) and Frank Ford (50%).


On February 1, 2007, the airline began operating flights between Honolulu and Molokai, Honolulu and Lanai, and Kahului and Molokai as PW Express. Service to Kapalua, West Maui began a month later. PW Express service terminated in July 2009 in the wake of Pacific Wings cutbacks following an incident with airport security in Kahului.

About the airline

Pacific Wings Airlines is an American commuter airline headquartered in Dallas, Texas, United States. It operates over 90 daily scheduled departures, as well as VIP charter air services throughout Hawaii. Its main base is Kahului Airport. The airline has these following subsidiaries: New Mexico Airlines, GeorgiaSkies and TennesseeSkies/KentuckySkies.

Main route

Pacific Wings serves six airports on four Hawaiian islands: Hana, Maui Hana Airport, Honolulu, Oahu – Honolulu International Airport, Hoolehua, Molokai - Hoolehua Airport, Kahului, Maui Kahului Airport, Kalaupapa, Molokai - Kalaupapa Airport and Kamuela, Big Island - Waimea-Kohala Airport.


The Pacific Wings fleet is composed of eight single engine Cessna 208B Grand Caravan aircrafts

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Air fact:

The cheapest flights offered by Pacific Wings is for the route Flights from Wailuku to Honolulu, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Wailuku to Honolulu which takes .

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