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Hawaiian Airlines is a premier airline for traveling to the Hawaiian Islands. It is Hawaii’s longest-serving and biggest airline, now in its 90th year of continuous service. Hawaiian Airlines was founded on 30th January 1929, and its first scheduled flight started from 11th November 1929. Hawaiian Airlines is into codeshare agreements with 11 airlines and has an interline agreement with South African Airways.

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Hawaiian Airlines Hubs & Destinations

Hawaiian Airlines operates out of its main hub at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oʻahu. The airline also has its secondary hub at Kahului Airport on the island of Maui. 

Hawaiian Airlines is currently operating flights services to Hawaii, the U.S. mainland, American Samoa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and French Polynesia. The Hawaiian Airlines offers more than 170 daily flights to various islands in the State of Hawaii from Honolulu, which includes Big Island, Hilo, Kona, Kahului, Lāna’i, Kapalua, Moloka'i and Lihue. The airline also offers scheduled nonstop flights to 13 U.S. gateway cities from Honolulu, including Seattle, San Jose, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix, Oakland, New York City (JFK), Los Angeles, Long Beach, Las Vegas and Boston. Hawaiian Airlines also serves many international destinations as well. These include Tokyo, Sydney, Seoul, Sapporo, Papeete, Pago Pago, Tahiti, Osaka, Brisbane and Auckland.

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet

Hawaiian Airlines owns a fleet of 65 aircrafts comprising of 20 Boeing 717-200, 24 Airbus A330-200, 14 Airbus A321-200neo and 4 ATR-42. The airline is planning to include 18 new narrow-body Airbus A321neo aircraft by the end of 2020. Hawaiian Airlines will also add 10 new Boeing 787-9 aircrafts starting in 2021.

Hawaiian Airlines Travel Classes

First Class: The customers traveling in Hawaiian Airlines premium First Class are offered two (2) free checked baggage with priority baggage handling, lie-flat seats with extra legroom, priority pre-boarding, pre-assigned first class seat assignment, faster check-in through dedicated check-in lines, and Premier Club lounge access.

Extra Economy Comfort: Hawaiian Airlines offer Extra Comfort seats on its Airbus A330s and Airbus A321s. The privileges offered include priority boarding, more legroom and complimentary on-demand in-seat entertainment featuring dozens of movies, TV shows and more.

Hawaiian Airlines In-flight Service

Hawaiian Airlines offers complimentary and paid beverage service on all of its flights. The airline doesn’t provide meals on inter-island flights due to their short flight duration of 30 to 45 minutes. However, Hawaiian Airlines offer complimentary meals in its main cabin or coach class on its U.S. mainland flights. The airline’s Airbus A330 aircrafts are equipped with on-demand in-flight screens built into every seatback. All in-flight entertainment on U.S. mainland to Hawaii flights are now available free of charge.

 

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