I know that this may sound like a silly question but I am interested in the work day of the pilots who hop from island to island in Hawaii for Aloha and Hawaiian. For lack of a better term, does this ever get a bit old. Now mind you, I never could imagine getting tired of any flying as a career. It just seems that all these flights are under an hour and there destinations are pretty much constant. I know that regional airlines on the mainland can be short and limited but most regional airlines have far more destinations than just the Hawaiian Islands.
A few ideas I have had might answer a bit of this but maybe you all know or have heard about this from those pilots and FAs.
One idea is that possibly the they do the mainland flights as well. I would assume the FA's would as well as the Aloha pilots due to the fact that they only fly 737's.
Another idea is that island hopping flying is most likely a great way to build skills with all the take offs and landings and very little cruising. Its sound like fun to me in that sense.
Still, I'm sure some of you understand what I getting at. Any ideas? Thanks