A small but growing airline in Hawaii will add four more routes this month. Introductory fares are being offered, and passengers won't be subjected to the usual TSA security checks.
Effective Oct. 20, Mokulele Airlines will begin flying its nine-passenger Cessna Grand Caravans on these new routes:
--Kalaeloa (Oahu) to Hoolehua (Molokai)
--Kalaeloa (Oahu) to Kapalua (Maui)
--Kapalua (Maui) to Hoolehua (Molokai)
--Kapalua (Maui) to Hana (Maui)
The Kalaeloa airport, on the site of the former Naval Air Station Barbers Point, is about 25 miles from Waikiki, not far from the Disney Aulani in West Oahu.
Introductory fares start at $44 one-way for travel through Nov. 30.
Because its planes carry fewer than 10 passengers, Mokulele's customers are not required to go through Transportation Security Administration screening, except for flights departing from Honolulu International Airport.
The airline operates more than 120 flights a day within Hawaii.