This summer you’ll have more choices to include a stay on one or more of the Hawaiian islands with a vacation to New Zealand, Australia, Tahiti or American Samoa – Japan, South Korea, or Taiwan, too. Hawaiian Airlines is boosting its flights from California to Hawaii, allowing for more options to include a stop-over in…read more >>>
Hawaiian uses the Boeing 767-300ER between Honolulu and Australia and New Zealand. 18 First Class seats in a 2-2-2 formation occupy the front of the plane, and a further 264 Coach Class passengers sit in a 2-3-2 formation behind them.
In The Air
Hawaiian Airlines is very proud of the warm welcome and excellent service all their passengers receive. First Class seats have a 42" pitch, individual entertainment consoles and food and drink developed by highly-rated Chef Chai and Hawaii's only Master Sommelier, Chuck Furuya. Coach Class has seat-back entertainment and complimentary food and drinks.
On The Ground
Members of Hawaiian Airlines' Premier Club have access to a lounge, offering refreshments and other comforts, to relax or conduct business at LAX and Honolulu. Furthermore, all customers have the opportunity to purchase a personalized greeting with a traditional garland of flowers upon arrival in Honolulu.
Over the past few years, Hawaiian Airlines has won a number of awards for its overall quality, punctuality and entertainment. It has taken top spot in Travel And Leisure magazine's awards for on-time performance and baggage service 9 years running.
Hawaiian Airlines will launch daily year-round flights between Los Angeles and Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island, from July 1, 2014, in addition to its daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Honolulu to address increasing demand from Southern California. Until now, the airline only operated seasonal (summer) daily flights between Maui and Los Angeles.…read more >>>
Hawaiian Airlines has announced plans to offer premium economy seating, dubbed Extra Comfort Economy, on its long-haul flights from June of next year. The new seating class will be introduced on all Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 aircraft on June 1, 2014 with bookings available from early January. All 40 Preferred Seats in rows 11-14 and 33-34…read more >>>
Select passengers of Hawaiian Airlines are now being offered expedited screening through dedicated lanes of the US Transport Security Administration’s (TSA’s) PreCheck security screening program at 3 airports in Hawaii. TSA PreCheck lanes are now operating at the airline’s airport ticket lobbies at Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport on Maui and Līhu‘e Airport on Kaua‘i.…read more >>>
Hawaiian Airlines has become the first US airline to offer Apple iPad Mini tablets for in-flight use to all passengers on its Boeing 767-300 aircraft. On September 1, Hawaiian replaced the portable entertainment systems on all of its B767 routes with the tablets. Hawaiian has partnered with portable in-flight entertainment (IFE) solutions provider, Bluebox Avionics,…read more >>>
Hawaiian Airlines is increasing its presence Downunder by beginning flights to Auckland, New Zealand and adding additional flights to both Sydney and Brisbane, Australia. The new and increased routes will operate non-stop from Honolulu. Auckland flights, which begin on March 13th, will operate 3 times each week and are expected to use Airbus A330 aircraft.…read more >>>
You can manage the details of your flights to New Zealand or Australia on Hawaiian Airlines by downloading the Hawaiian Airlines Mobile Travel App. With the Hawaiian Airlines app, you can: • View your itinerary and track your flight details • Check-in for your flight • Check the latest flight status and schedules • View…read more >>>