Interisland carrier Mokulele Airlines debuted new branding and an overhauled website last month following its sale to TransPac Aviation Holdings in late 2011.

“After the 2010 transition into the GoMokulele joint venture, many duplicate processes were merged into Go, so we’ve had to rebuild our internal systems and procedures,” TransPac President and CEO Ron Hansen said in a statement. “And with these changes we can focus on rebranding our core business while maintaining our marketing relationship with Go.”

The newly branded features an upgraded booking engine for both the public and travel agents that enables users to change and cancel reservations online.

According to company officials, the airline plans to continue flying its currently offered 40 daily flights connecting Maui and Oahu to Molokai, Lanai and the Big Island of Hawaii.
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