Friday, January 23, 2015

Second City Update

Kapolei is not letting the Rail Catastrophe stop its advance. Sixteen years after the state took over Kalaeloa Airport in West Oahu, it’s ready and rolling for the commercial airline industry, with Mokulele Airlines leading the way.

"While we dance we can not judge, we can not hate, we can not separate ourselves from life.  We can only be joyful and whole. This is why we dance."

Mokulele Airlines began by offering three round-trip flights a day between Kalaeloa and Kahului airports on a nine-passenger-seat, turbo-powered Caravan. The state has very nicely placed where travelers will board and they have 300 parking stalls and travelers will not be charged.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

“I think it’s a great idea. I love to miss that traffic,” said Lina Chun, Waianae resident. “I think it’s always good to have more options, as long as environmentally, everything is sound, especially when you’re thinking of bringing back an area that’s been closed for so long,” said Waialua resident Lisa Fabro.

"Beautiful Kauai" by Melveen Leed

When the demand is there, Mokulele may increase flights to Maui, and could also offer trips to the other neighbor islands. Neighborhoods should not be affected by any noise, because the planes that will be used are small so the noise is minimal.

It will take less than 30 minutes to get to Maui. How long will it take "Rapid Transit" (Da Rail Calamity) to get from Kapolei to Honolulu, with 21 stops? Talk about a con job, this is the masterpiece that will be taught in all the local universities for years. At present, the state-owned airport is still used by the U.S. Coast Guard, the military and other aviators. An airport is an Airport.

Kalealoa Harbor right on track in its 25 year plan to provide services to the Western part of Oahu including the North Shore. But the low cost Hotel is not in the short term. The Present Rail Party is against it, naturally, they are against independence.

"In The Mood" by Glenn Miller

The Drinking Oasis' remain the same and nothing seems on the agenda at the moment. Some people say there is too much available in Ewa Beach and Waipahu. But there is nothing on the Waianae Coast so that gives me a hint. The most prominent place remains the Hideaway smack dab in the middle of the Kalealoa future entertainment center but it is military.