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1 Hawaiian Airlines is the largest airline in Hawaii and offers flights to all major airports in Hawaii and the west coast of the United States. It currently uses Boeing 717s for inter-island flights and Boeing 767-300s and Airbus A330-200s for trans-Pacific flights. 986
2 Aloha Airlines was an airline that served Hawaii for many years. At the time it ended operations it used Boeing 737s for its mainland flights and inter-island flights. 384
3 Pacific Wings is a commuter airline based in Kahului, Maui that operates 90 daily scheduled departures. It uses Cessna Grand Caravans on all of its routes. It has two sister airlines, Georgia Skies and New Mexico Airlines, which operate flights to small airports in the states of Georgia and New Mexico. 157
4 Island Air is an airline that uses Dash 8-100s for its service. Gavarnie Holdings bought Island Air from the Aloha Air Group in 2003. 143
5 Aloha Air Cargo is an independent cargo airline, once a subsidiary of Aloha Airlines and now owned by Saltchuk Resources. It uses Boeing 737-200s previously operated by Aloha Airlines, modified into a cargo configuration, removing passenger seats. It flies to destinations within the Hawaiian islands. 108
6 FlyHawaii Airlines was an airline that never commenced their operations to the public. The airline was started by James Delano, also the founder of Lion Coffee. It was intended to use ATR 72 turboprop aircraft on its routes. After go! started its operations, FlyHawaii went into bankruptcy. 40
7 Mid Pacific Air operated inter-island flights between 1981 and 1988 using NAMC YS-11 and Fokker F28 aircraft. The airline continued to operate various services in the continental United States until 1995. 31
8 Mahalo Air operated inter-island flights between 1993 and 1997, initially using Fokker F27 aircraft operated by Empire Airlines and later operating its own ATR 42 aircraft. 29
9 Discovery Airways was a short-lived airline that operated inter-island flights in 1990 using BAe 146 aircraft. The airline ceased operating flights after questions arose regarding its foreign ownership being in excess of limits allowed under Federal law. 16
10 go! Mokulele is the second largest airline in Hawaii after Aloha Airlines shut down its passenger service. It is a joint venture formed on October 2009 between Mesa Air Group and Republic Airways Holdings. It uses Bombardier CRJ200s operated by Mesa Airlines and Cessna Grand Caravans operated by Mokulele Airlines for inter-island service throughout the state. Prior to the joint venture, Mokulele used Embraer 170 aircraft operated by Republic subsidiary Shuttle America in addition to its own Cessnas, and in competition with Mesa's go! < 5

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