Atlantic Aviation Celebrates Addition of Hawaiian Islands
CONTRIBUTOR: Atlantic Aviation
Last week, Atlantic Aviation completed the transition of all six Air Service Hawaii locations to Atlantic Aviation branding and operational standards. While signage, vehicles, and staff uniforms all reflect the familiar Atlantic look and feel, the well-known Hawaiian hospitality and warmth at each facility remains unchanged - perhaps symbolized best by the company continuing the long-standing tradition of presenting Hawaiian floral leis to arriving passengers and crew members at every location.
Atlantic Aviation’s locations in Hawaii include Honolulu (HNL), Maui/Kahului (OGG), Kona (KOA), Kauai/Lihue (LIH), Hilo (ITO), and Lanai (LNY). Later this year Atlantic will be completing work on a new 38,000 square foot hangar and 5,000 square foot executive terminal at Kona International Airport. The facilities at KOA are a first for the island of Hawaii and will feature a host of amenities – from the ability to accommodate large cabin aircraft to providing concierge services for passengers and their crews. In addition, Atlantic Aviation’s Hawaiian locations at HNL, OGG, KOA, and ITO have U.S. Customs services available.
“Whether as a destination or as a stopover for international flights, serving customers in the Western Pacific is very important to us,” said Steve Hirschfeld, Senior Vice President of Operations - Pacific Region of Atlantic Aviation. “And just as important is doing so in a way that preserves the personality, culture, and amazing environment of Hawaii. I’m proud to say we’ve accomplished just that, and we look forward to continuing the rich aviation heritage of the Islands.”