Island Air Releases Flight Stats for July 2017

August 11, 2017, 1:10 PM HST
* Updated August 11, 1:12 PM
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Island Air announced today that for the month of July 2017, 93.2% of its flights arrived on time* and it completed 98% of its 2,068 scheduled flights.**

Island Air publicly discloses its operational performance so that current and potential customers can see how the airline is performing as it continues to expand its service and provide Hawai‘i residents and visitors with an alternative option for interisland air travel.

For more information about Island Air or to make a reservation, visit or call (800) 652-6541.

* With major airlines that report their on-time information to the U.S. Department of Transportation, a flight is counted as “on time” if it arrives within 14 minutes of its scheduled arrival time.

** Island Air operational performance numbers reflect system wide operations, based on all of the flights that are operated under its brand, using Official Airline Guide (OAG) published arrival times and Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) data. Island Air’s performance data is not reflected in the U.S. Department of Transportation monthly Air Travel Consumer Report, which currently tracks the performance and punctuality of 13 of the nation’s largest airlines that are required to submit data.


About Island Air
Island Air is the value leader in the Hawaiian Islands, offering 448 convenient flights each week between O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i and Hawai‘i Island. The affordable alternative for interisland travel, Island Air’s 78-seat Q400 and 64-seat ATR-72 aircraft are able to provide captivating aerial views of Hawai‘i’s remarkable landscapes. Founded in 1980 as Princeville Airways, the company was renamed Island Air in 1992 and has been proudly serving the Islands of Hawai‘i for more than 35 years.



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