Aloha Airlines, Inc. operates as an airline in the United States. It provides passenger air transport services. It serves the airports in Hawaii and links the Islands with Oakland, Sacramento, Orange County, and San Diego in California; and Las Vegas and Reno in Nevada. The company also offers overnight cargo carrier services in the Hawaiian Islands. Its Hawaiian destinations include Hilo, Kona, Honolulu, Oahu, Kahului, Maui, Lihue, and Kauai. Aloha Airlines, Inc. was founded in 1946 as Trans-Pacific Airlines and changed its name to TPA- Aloha Airlines. TPA- Aloha Airlines further changed its name to Aloha Airlines, Inc. in 1958. The company is based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Aloha Airlines, Inc
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Aloha Airlines provides frequent convenient, all-jet service connecting the five major airports in the state of Hawaii. Aloha also provides the fastest, most efficient way to move air cargo between any of the islands. Aloha's unique transpacific service brings the Spirit of Aloha to Oakland in the San Francisco Bay area, Orange County's John Wayne Airport and Burbank Airport in the heart of Southern California, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Vancouver, B.C. Aloha's Central Pacific routes connect Hawaii to Johnston Atolls and Kwajalein and Majuro in the Marshall Islands. A weekly charter serves Christmas Island in the Republic of Kiribati.
Aloha also has earned a reputation as the innovator in interisland travel: the carrier was first in Hawaii to offer first class seating, Drive-Thru Check-In, Curbside Check-in, Express Kiosk Check-in and Electronic Ticketing.
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For the moment, full information is available on the following web site: http://www.alohaairlines.com/aq/index.shtml