Yes, since Aloha started mainland service in 1999 she has been working those flights.
Here's a quote from "Wings of Paradise: Hawai'i's Incomparable Airlines" by Peter N. Forman
In February 1957 TPA
(Trans-Pacific Airlines; later Aloha Airlines) was still flying Vistaliners (DC-3s with holes in the windows for clearer pictures). One day a newly hired flight attendant by the name of Patti Apoliona (Patti Smart in later years) worked a charter flight from Kona to Lihue. During the beverage service a passenger banged into Patti's tray, drenching her skirt with pineapple juice. She retreated to the cockpit seeking advice from Captain Irving Wong.
"Do you have a change of clothes with you he asked?"
Fortunately Patti did, so she headed to the lavatory and changed into the only garment she had, multi colored Capri shorts. Then she washed out the pineapple juice in the sink and returned to the cockpit. The copilot, being a helpful sort, volunteered to dry the skirt, so he cracked his window a couple inches and held the skirt beside the opening.
"It's not drying fast enough!" called Patti. She was 18 years old, out of uniform, still a probationary employee and feared losing her job. The copilot opened the window all the way and Poof! the skirt shot out and vanished.
Passengers already knew that something was amiss, but when Patti's uniform skirt streaked past those picture windows on the right side of the plane all doubt disappeared.
Captain Wong suggested they make a radio call to Honolulu and request that Patti's mother be telephoned so so she could bring a more appropriate skirt to Honolulu Airport, their next stop after Kauai. Patti agreed, although she knew her mother didn't approve of her flying, and losing her skirt at 6,000 feet over the Pacific wasn't going to help matters. After Irving completed the call, the familiar voice of another Aloha pilot came back over the company frequency.
"Patti, this is Harry Saunders. We're a few minutes behind your flight and we saw your skirt floating through the air. We snagged it on our wingtip."
With this call Patti regained some hope that her career might somehow be salvaged, and she grabbed the microphone from the captain and responded, "Harry, you land that airplane extra smoothly. I know you can do it!"
Patti's plane reached Lihue first and once on the ground she learned that passengers had passed the hat and collected enough money to buy her a new skirt. Harry's DC-3 landed and parked right behind them, but with no skirt on the wingtip. Captain Saunders had shared with everyone aboard his flight the hoax he was conducting, liberally salting the tale with exaggerations. Instead of heading for the terminal his passengers made a beeline for Patti's plane, determined to discover if there really was a naked stewardess on board.
Other airlines shared that company frequency and several pilots overheard the sequence of events. The story of the TPA
stewardess who lost her skirt out the window of a DC-3 traveled along the airways at about 300 miles per hour. No doubt the story circumnavigated the globe as it took on inevitable embellishments. To this day Patti runs into airline people from other countries who know this story and is often amazed by the colorful enhancements.
A couple days after the flight Patti received a call at home.
"Patti, this is Ruddy Tong (the President of TPA
)." She figured this was it, she was going to be fired. Ruddy wanted to know all the details. He had no intentions of firing her, though, he just wanted to tell the story properly at the Rotary Club that morning.
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