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Maui to Oʻahu (return)

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#Real-Life #Handcrafted #Sightseeing United States Exclusive Drag and Drop

Aloha! You're in the beautiful Flight Design CT (N808CT) light aircraft ready to depart Maui's east coast. Enjoy the scenery of the north shores of Maui and Molokaʻi as we head for Dillingham Airfield on Oʻahu's northwest shores. The second stop is a grass strip (or should we say red dirt) on Molokaʻi. Then it's over to Lānaʻi en route back to Hana, this time up and over Haleakalā to see the astronomical observatories.

Total Trip Length: 286 nm
Total Flying Time: 2 hours 39 minutes

Depart from: Hana, Maui (PHHN) runway 08.

Legs:

  • Dillingham Airfield, Oʻahu (PHDH)
  • Panda Airport, Molokaʻi (HI49)
  • Hana, Maui (PHHN)

Check out some of the gorgeous Hawaiian scenery you can expect to see on this adventure:


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7 Comments
  • manageablebits
    15 day(s) ago
    Absolutely loved this fun 3 legged trip. The surprise up at 11k towards the end was stunning. Perfect with some Spotify Hawaian good vibes. Thanks!
    • YYCAviator
      15 day(s) ago
      Mahalo, glad you had fun!
  • BostonJeremy77
    1 month(s) ago
    It's a decent trip. I bought it when the developer was selling it on his website. How quickly that changed...
  • jet6768
    1 month(s) ago
    Nice Bushtrip, Tks 😉
  • spottedmankee
    1 month(s) ago
    Great route, and nice descriptions! Small point: On some legs, the descriptions give VORs to help with navigation but (as far as I know) the N808CT doesn't have any instrument for tracking VORs, so I'm not sure what is the point of this?
    • YYCAviator
      1 month(s) ago
      Mahalo! I'm pretty sure you can use the GPS to find VOR waypoints - so, not following radio navigation, but the waypoints are still important (if you aren't familiar with the islands).

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