Four Seasons Resort Lanai now offers guests traveling between Lanai and Honolulu private daily air charter service. Parties of two or more enjoy the entire aircraft, with fares starting at $500 per couple. Frequent departures throughout the day are available.
Mokulele Airlines operates the two Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. Two pilots man each flight and each plane seats up to eight passengers in spacious luxury.
Guests are greeted at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu at the arrival gate and escorted to baggage claim, then to Lanai Air for the flight. Upon landing on Lanai, a Four Seasons ambassador accompanies guests to a Mercedes Sprinter or SUV for transport to the resort.
For return flights, Four Seasons Ambassadors deliver guests directly to the aircraft, where the pilot greets them at the plane. Once back in Honolulu, guests are delivered to their designated terminal for pre-flight agriculture inspection before the next leg of their journey.
Travelers also enjoy access to the Four Seasons Lanai Guest Lounge, a second-floor retreat within the Overseas Terminal, exclusively available to guests traveling to and from Lanai. The lounge provides a comfortable environment and amenities such as food and beverages, WiFi, charging stations and special amenities for children.
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