Mom’s win on Mokulele

May 05

May 5, 2016 – Mokulele Airlines announced today that they are celebrating Mother’s Day weekend by surprising moms* who island hop from May 6th through 8th with a custom blended plumeria hydrosol mist from Maui & Kona Apothecary Spas.

“Mokulele Airlines is a family-owned and operated business, and we are proud to be a part of the community.  We have just under 250 employees who live locally in Hawaii, most of which are moms and were born and raised here with the help of their ohana,” said Rob McKinney, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mokulele Airlines. “We believe that moms keep the family together and deserve our respect, admiration, and aloha.”

This Mother’s Day Mokulele has partnered with Maui & Kona Apothecary Spas to create a very special gift to show moms how much we appreciate them. “Our Spa’s have our own essential oil distilleries, where we harvest local botanicals,” said Lelle, the Spa’s owner. “Distilling Plumeria flowers is a delicate process that only extracts flower water in small batches. In our special gift for Mokulele we combine Plumeria, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood & 24K gold to create a hydrating exotic facial mist that truly connects our mom’s with Hawaii’s Heirloom Botanicals.”

In addition to the free gift, everyone is invited to join the Mokulele4Mom’s Sweepstakes launching May 6th. Then on June 6th, one lucky winner will receive a roundtrip ticket for two on Mokulele Airlines to visit either their original location in Maui or their new location in Kona. Winners will receive a trip to either Apothecary Spa to have the opportunity to make their own organic custom perfume with Lelle. To enter the contest click here.

*while supplies last

Mokulele Airlines

The family owned and operated airline has quadrupled their number of flights since 2011 when CEO Ron Hansen purchased the company from Mesa Airlines. Mokulele is based in Kona, Hawai‘i and employs just under 250 employees. Mokulele utilizes 15 late-model Cessna Grand Caravans and operates with over 120 daily flights from 9 airports – Honolulu and Kalaeloa (Barbers Point) on O‘ahu, Kapalua, Kahului and Hana airports on Maui, Kona and Waimea airports on Hawai‘i, and Ho‘olehua and Kalaupapa airports on Moloka‘i. To book your flight visit

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