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90 Nakolo Place, Suite 24
Honolulu, HI 96819
(+1) 808-833-5628 [tel]
(+1) 808-836-6822 [fax]

FAR Part 141 Certificate #O8RS686K
VA Approval #25109164

Office & Front Desk Hours

Monday through Saturday:

9:00am - 4:30pm


11:00am - 3:00pm

Click to enlargeNEW: Pilot Shop!

Stop by and visit our new and improved Pilot Shop, located just inside our front office.  Feel free to browse through our well-stocked inventory of aeronautical charts, headsets, training materials, sunglasses, polo shirts, novelty items, and much more!  Items are available for purchase anytime during normal business hours.

Location & Directions

We are conveniently located on the South Ramp of Honolulu International Airport, right off of Lagoon Drive. Look for us in the white hangar at the very end of Nakolo Place. Click here for a detailed map of our location.

Coming from WEST O'AHU (Ewa Beach, Pearl City, Mililani):
On H-1E Fwy...
Take Exit #16 (Airport Exit), keep LEFT to merge onto Aolele St. At the 2nd traffic light, turn RIGHT onto Lagoon Dr.; continue on Lagoon and make the 4th RIGHT onto Nakolo Place.
>> On H-201 (Moanalua Fwy)...
Take Exit #3 (towards the Airport), and keep RIGHT to merge onto Puuloa Rd. As Puuloa turns into Lagoon Drive after crossing under the H-1 Fwy, continue past Aolele St. on Lagoon and make the 4th RIGHT onto Nakolo Place.

Coming from EAST O'AHU (Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii Kai):
> On H-1W Fwy...
At the H-1 & H-201 split, keep RIGHT towards the Airport. Take Exit #18 to merge onto Nimitz Hwy, then keep left. At the 2nd traffic light, turn LEFT onto Lagoon Dr. Continue past Aolele St. and make the 4th RIGHT onto Nakolo Place.
>> On Nimitz Hwy...
At the H-1 & Nimitz Hwy split, keep RIGHT to merge onto Nimitz Hwy. At the 2nd traffic light, turn LEFT onto Lagoon Dr. Continue past Aolele St. and make the 4th RIGHT onto Nakolo Place.

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Our Mission

To provide airworthy and reliable airplanes to our customers/members at an economic price.
To provide friendly, professional service to our customers and foster a friendly environment where aviators from the community want to gather.

History & Company Overview

Founded in 1996 by Robert Moore, the club was an outgrowth from the various military flying clubs that previously existed in Hawaii, most notably the Hickam-Wheeler Aero Club. It was founded with the idea to supply quality airplanes to pilots that live in Hawaii and those that come here on vacation. Over the years, many full and part-time Certified Flight Instructors joined the club and began giving instruction to members. In 2001, the need for quality instruction and the decision to raise the bar in the level of instruction became a goal for the club. With this idea, Moore Air, Inc. became an FAR Part 141 Approved School. In May of 2008, the company was purchased by Mark Jones.

The club equipage has grown throughout the years to its present level of eight airplanes and two FAA-approved Flight Training Devices. Moore Air club airplanes are fully IFR-equipped and expertly maintained by FAA mechanics. Safety is the company's number one priority, and they have always taken pride in maintaining this important philosophy.  Club membership has flourished to include over 100 pilots.

For those looking for flight training, Moore Air has several instructors and an FAA-Designated Pilot Examiner readily available to meet Flight Review or Instrument Proficiency needs or to seek an additional rating or certificate. Flight and Ground Instruction is available from Student Pilot through Airline Transport Pilot (ATP). Regularly-scheduled ground school classes are available in a professional classroom setting. Moore Air is also Veterans Administration (VA) approved.

'Round-the-clock aircraft scheduling is available using ScheduleMasterTM via the internet or via 1-800 number. Airplanes are available 24/7 with liberal overnight and cross-country policies. Minimal but efficient checkout requirements get you in the air and on your way in the shortest time possible. We are privileged to be located in the heart of O'ahu at Honolulu International Airport (PHNL), known for the friendly "aloha spirit."

Mark Jones

Mark Jones
President & Chief Flight Instructor

Mark Jones, President and Chief CFI of Moore Air, acquired ownership of Moore Air in May of 2008.  He is excited to be taking the reigns of Hawaii's premier flying club and training center. Jones comes from a background of over 40 years of aviation experience in both the military and civilian worlds. In this timespan, he's had the privilege of flying numerous types of aircraft -- from our Cessna trainers to the Air Force's F-4 Phantom.

Mr Jones was also recently selected as the 2011 Hawaii Flight Instructor of the year!