‘Imi Loa Frequent Flyer Program
With recent changes to our reservation system, we need to request different information than what you have submitted in the past. Please make sure to review this page in its entirety. Mahalo for your understanding and kokua!
Due to increased redemption volume, processing time for flight vouchers is running upwards of 8 weeks. We apologize for the delay and are working diligently to get your flights verified to process your award.
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Mokulele Airlines makes it affordable for malihini as well as kama‘aina to visit a neighbor island for work or pleasure. See the hidden treasures all across this beautiful state of ours. It is a passion everybody at Mokulele shares, and that’s why we are pleased to introduce our frequent flyer program ‘Imi Loa so you can see for yourself what Hawai‘i has to offer, even if it’s a little ways off the beaten trail.
Explore Maui, Conde Nast’s “Top Island In The World” 20 years in a row. Indulge in the luxury of Kaanapali’s grand hotels, enjoy the peace and tranquility in heavenly Hana, or head over to Wailuku to Sam Sato’s for some ono manju. Enjoy a fishing or diving adventure in Kona on the island of Hawai‘i, or go ‘up country’ and visit Waimea’s famous Parker Ranch, home of Hawai‘i’s paniolos. Fly to the “Friendly Isle” of Moloka‘i where no building can be taller than a palm tree and look up Uncle George’s amazing fruit or cinnamon & cream cheese filled hot breads at Kanemitsu Bakery (stories worth googling), or take a breathtaking 3.2 mile ride down 1,700 feet of the highest sea cliffs in the world just to visit Kalaupapa and learn the story behind Father Damien and the famed Leper colony. Those who want the sparkle and flash of world famous Waikiki can visit O‘ahu, ‘The Gathering Place.’ Get there during winter and take the bus to world famous Waimea Bay and watch as waves upwards of 50 feet crash on the shore. Warm up afterwards with a hot bowl of noodles at Shiro’s Saimin Haven in Aiea (cash only!).
No matter what island you choose or whatever activities and destinations call to you, Mokulele Airlines is your ticket to explore many of the most remarkable places on earth all within a 45 minute flight of each other. And for every 12 one-way trips flown, we will send you a free one-way flight voucher!
Free flight voucher is earned based on 12 (full fare) completed one-way trips. Flights booked through the Ali‘i Portal (Hawai‘i Ali‘i Members and mainland Biz Members) qualify for flight credit.
Free Flight Voucher redemption is capacity controlled. When making a reservation through our Call Center, please advise the agent immediately that you are redeeming an ‘Imi Loa flight voucher. They can immediately let you know if there are available seats based on your travel requirements.
Frequent Flyer Program credit is valid for flights flown on/after September 1, 2015. Qualifying flights must be claimed within 15 months after date of travel. Traveler is responsible to pay for all applicable fees and taxes. Free tickets (even those received due to an irregular flight operation) do not qualify as a flown trip. Submission of 12 flights on this form must have been flown by one traveler. Multiple travelers with 12 flights submitted will not be accepted and we will not send a response. Call Center booking fee will be waived when redeeming an ‘Imi Loa Frequently Flyer Voucher. Vouchers have a 6-month validity period and come with blackout dates. Standard Contract of Carriage terms will apply.
Effective May 1, 2018, Web Special fares will now be counted as a flight segment towards the 12 segments required for a free flight voucher. All other requirements must be met, such as the 15 month travel window.
Please submit the following form. Once processed (usually 3 to 4 weeks), we will email YOU an electronic Award Letter which will contain your voucher information and instructions on how to make your reservation. Make sure your email is correct, otherwise it will cause a delay.