Island Air

Island Air

Island Air is making it more affordable for Hawai‘i’s oldest and youngest travelers to stay connected across the Islands with the introduction of its new Kūpuna and Keiki Saver Fare.

Since last Tuesday, residents and visitors 62 years or older, or 12 years or younger, can travel between O‘ahu, Maui and Kaua‘i for $62 one way.

“Caring for our kūpuna and keiki is such an important part of who we are in Hawai‘i,” Island Air president and CEO Les Murashige said in a press release. “The Kūpuna and Keiki Saver Fare is designed to provide a reliable, affordable alternative for our seniors and young children to travel interisland and stay connected with family.”

This $62 special one-way fare is non-refundable, non-transferable, is subject to seat availability and can be changed without notice. The fare includes one federal transportation segment tax and one security fee. Other taxes, fees and restrictions may apply.

Island Air offers 216 weekly flights between Oʻahu, Maui and Kauaʻi aboard the company’s 64-seat ATR-72 airplanes. Founded in 1980 as Princeville Airways, the company was renamed Island Air in 1992.

Visit or call (800) 652-6541 for reservations. A valid ID and proof of age is required upon check-in.