Pacific Wings

Ceased Operations on 31-Oct-2013
Main hub: Kahului Airport
Country/Territory: United States of America


Pacific Wings was a US regional airline with its main bases at Honolulu International and Kahului airports, Hawaii. The airline operated to six destinations in the Hawaiian islands with its fleet of Cessna 208B aircraft. Pacific Wings announced that it had finally ceased its Hawaiian operations in Oct-2013. The airline was formerly part of Pacific Air Holdings L.L.C., a company that operates New Mexico Airlines and is affiliated with Sun Air International, headquartered in Mesa, Arizona.

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