Coral reefs are a nutritional hub for fish, mollusks, urchins and larger mammals, including human beings. They are also living organisms that are incredibly sensitive to environmental changes. With the alarming rate of pollutants being released into our...
After reading through nearly 10,000 heartwarming, aloha-filled submissions, we’re thrilled to announce the winners of Hawaiian Airlines’ CeLEIbrate Aloha Photo Contest! Please join us in congratulating our grand-prize winner, Sharyce M. from our hometown, Honolulu! The Instagram contest kicked off May 1, also known as Lei Day, one of the most beloved island holidays when friends and family gift each other lei as a symbol of sharing love and compassion.
Today’s the big day! Hawaiian Airlines and Barclays have debuted an enhanced Hawaiian Airlines® World Elite Mastercard® and Hawaiian Airlines® Business Mastercard®, including boosted reward perks, a bigger sign-up bonus for new cardmembers and more. So, as part of the celebration, we decided to shift the spotlight onto four local organizations that are paving the way for sustainable food production in Hawai‘i.
As Hawai‘i’s hometown carrier, Hawaiian Airlines proudly supports several organizations that move mountains in our local communities. We consider ourselves stewards of these Islands – a special place many of our guests also hold close to their heart – and want to make it easier for others to carry the torch too.
When we think of the modern-day woman, we think of Hawaiian Airlines Executive Chef Lee Anne Wong: an avant-garde entrepreneur, a new mom of a beautiful baby boy, and a true maestro at her craft.
It’s officially summer in Southern California and that means one thing…It’s POW! WOW! season! Starting June 24, the seven-day street art festival arrives at Long Beach – the latest city to enter our network of non-stop flights between the U.S. mainland and Hawaii.
Under clear blue skies, Team Kōkua, Hawaiian’s all-employee community volunteer group, joined Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Foodland Hawaii for their annual Give Day at West O‘ahu’s MA‘O Organic Farms.
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At Hawaiian Airlines, we have been closely monitoring the situation to keep our flights operating safely, and to determine how we can best help the community – including our own Hilo-based colleagues who work at Hilo International Airport (ITO). To learn more about the ongoing eruption, we recently sat down with Luana Gibson (LG), our ITO general manager and a Hawaiian Airlines employee for 20 years, and Customer Service Agent Michael Quihano (MQ), who’s been with us for 14 years.
It’s the dawn of a greener day as we welcome more fuel-efficient aircraft to Hawaiian Airlines’ growing fleet. The newest member of our ‘ohana is the new Airbus 321neo, the mid-range cousin of our long-haul wide-body A330 aircraft, which is used for...