The Molokai ferry has filed a request with the Public Utilities Commission to end its voyages.
After nearly three decades of transporting passengers, the Molokai ferry service will end Thursday, October 27.
The Public Utilities Commission approved the company's request to end its $62 trips between Kaunakakai and Lahaina.
The PUC says it cannot force the company to continue to operate at a financial loss.
The ferry says many riders have switched to airlines.
Refunds will be issued until December 16.
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