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Mokulele Forms Partnership with Embark Aviation for Revenue Management

March 8, 2017, 3:04 AM HST
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Mokulele Airlines. Courtesy photo.

Embark Aviation and Kona, Hawai’i based Mokulele Flight Service, Inc. have formed a partnership to support revenue management functions of Mokulele’s scheduled network.

Clint Ostler Vice President of Marketing and Development at Embark said the company, “is excited to work with the Mokulele team to meaningfully enhance Mokulele’s revenue performance and help fuel growth both in Hawai’i and their new operations in California.”

Embark, which is an airline planning and strategy firm, will provide specific support that includes:

  • Development of annual revenue plan and forecasting
  • Market performance reporting and KPIs to facilitate planning
  • Development and implementation of yield management and pricing strategies

“With Embark’s extensive revenue management experience, we are thrilled to bring them onboard to help build a stronger revenue management discipline and ultimately, materially boost our revenue performance,” Mokulele President Rob McKinney said.

With offices Washington D.C. and Seattle, Washington, Embark Aviation specializes in the management of commercial functions for regional and boutique airlines. This includes airline revenue management, scheduling, route planning, financial planning, marketing strategy, and market development.


Mokulele has been in business since 1994 and is based at the Kona International Airport with approximately 250 employees. Mokulele operates 15 late model Cessna Grand Caravans and offers over 120 daily flights between nine airports on O’ahu, Maui, Moloka’i, and Hawaii and in California between LAX, Imperial, and Santa Maria.

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