The most utilized aircraft of the FlyMakani.com fleet is the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, of which they currently operate 9, the most of any aircraft in Makani's fleet. Of these 9, 7 are regular Grand Caravan EX turboprops based around the islands, mainly out of HNL, OGG, and LNY. These little single engine turboprops are introduced to the Makani fleet in 2002, and are crucial to the air transport of the islands as they operate lower-demand passenger services to airports like Molokai's Hoolehua Airport, Big Island's Kailua-Kona Airport, or Maui's Hana Airport. Makani also operates 2 208B Caravan Amphibians, equipped with Wipaire floats and upgraded interior for sightseeing seaplane tours out of Oahu's Honolulu Harbor and North Shore. Instead of Makani's iconic "Connecting Hawai'i" slogan, these 2 planes have the slogan "Sightseeing Hawai'i" painted on the side of the fuselage. The Cessna 208B fleet are named: 8101 “Hugh” (pictured), 8102 “Preston”, 8103 “Angie”, 8104 “Mason”, 8105 “Grace”, 8106 “Desiree”, 8127 “Will” (amphibian), 8128 “Virginia” (amphibian) (pictured), 8130 “Eleanor”
N101MK, Cessna 208B Grand Caravan "Hugh", ship number 8101. Delivered to Makani in 2002.
N128MB, Cessna 208B Caravan Amphibian "Virginia", ship number 8128. Delivered to Makani in 2005 as Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, converted to Caravan Amphibian in 2016.