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INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY

Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company was a company headquartered in Honolulu that ran passenger steam boat service between Hawaiian cities from 1883 until 1947, along with scheduled freight and tug and barge services. On January 30, 1929, the company founded a subsidiary, Inter-Island Airways, that would later become Hawaiian Airlines.

The Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company broke up in 1950.

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