I had done the circle tour a few years earlier with this company, and had a great experience, so I was happy see they had a "night volcano flight" offered (Kiluea volcano is currently very active). The woman who took my reservation said that it's more like twilight, since people wanted to see a little of the coast, too. I made the (wrong) assumption that the "twilight" part of it would be where the lava is visible - that's the whole point of a "volcano flight"! The flight was exactly the same as what I had done in 2006. We did fly over a lava vent, but it was about 1/4 of the way through the flight, in broad daylight. Anthony, our pilot, narrated the tour, but spoke in a quiet monotone that was difficult to hear - in part because one ear of my headset had no sound. After we arrived back at the airport, it turns out that three of us (out of eight passengers) had defective headsets. Anthony did not seem to have any interest in making note of which headsets were broken or in taking them off the plane.
If you want an air tour around the island, it's not a bad one. Had I known I would just be getting a repeat of the circle tour I had done before, I would have skipped it.
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