Ever wondered how our airplanes get painted?
In the summer of 1941, Inter-Island Airways (the former alias of Hawaiian Airlines) made its first large-scale fleet upgrade in company history. After flying amphibious planes for nearly 12 years, our founder Stan Kennedy pushed for the acquisition of three Douglas DC-3s, the aircraft recognized as the greatest of its time.
What do you get when Hawaiian Airlines collaborates with 7-Eleven Hawai‘i? Nothing other than the Holoholo Slurpee® with Hawaiian Airlines!
The upcoming three-day marketplace will feature hundreds of Hawai‘i businesses from throughout the Islands, including our interactive, entrepreneur-focused booth done in collaboration with our partner, Mana Up, a local initiative helping companies scale their products.
Learn more about how our ‘ohana is hard at work to get you to our islands while using the least amount of fuel possible.
It was the summer of 1958 and Waikīkī was bustling with Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants and travel experts from around the country.
What is the secret formula behind our strong OTP? We picked the brains of three leaders in our company whose teams play a critical role in keeping Hawaiian atop the punctuality list.
The renovation of our newly renovated Kahului Airport lobby took extensive thought and planning. Learn more about the story behind this space and how we worked with Master Tattooist Keoni Nunes in the design.
Amid our 90th-year-of-service celebration, we tasked our archivist with selecting his favorite artifacts in his historical collection to create the first-ever Heritage Pop-Up Showcase, a mini-museum at our company’s Honolulu headquarters.
In 2014, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian launched service between Honolulu and Moloka‘i and Lāna‘i. The new interisland flights operated by Empire Airlines incorporated the two rural islands into Hawaiian Airlines’ statewide route network, providing kama‘āina (residents) and visitors unmatched access to our entire archipelago.