It’s safe to say 2019 was among the most eventful years Hawaiian Airlines has had in nine decades.
Each year, at the dawn of Jan. 1, a beloved cultural tradition comes to life in the Land of the Rising Sun. It’s a celebration known as hatsuhinode (first dawn), when people in Japan gather with friends and family to watch the sunrise and ring in the new...
Nestled at the heart of O‘ahu’s iconic North Shore is a place of legends. Waimea Bay, a beach frequented in the summer by sun-seeking visitors and locals, is home to the world’s premier monster waves. A sleeping giant, Waimea awakens during the island’s...
The deep Polynesian ties between Hawai‘i and the U.S. territory of American Samoa, along with Hawaiian Airlines’ 35 years of service connecting our islands, make us feel much closer to the people of Tutuila, Aunu’u, Manu’a, and Swains Island than the...
What does it take to turn an ordinary office building into an energy-efficient workspace? For Carbon Lighthouse, a clean energy company with a mission to stop climate change, it starts with an ordinary sensor that fits in the palm of your hand.
In case you missed it, Hawaiian Airlines blew out 90 birthday candles in Honolulu last Monday, Nov. 11! Well, we didn’t really—but the action-packed day goes down in history as one of our most iconic anniversaries filled with surprises, gifts, and lots of ‘ohana.
Hawaiian Airlines enters uncharted airspace for a Hawai‘i-born carrier this November as it celebrates 90 years of service connecting the Islands. Join us as we relive the decorated moments leading up to our beginnings, the two flights that started it all for Hawaiian Airlines.
On Oct. 11, 1975, Emperor and Empress Hirohito of Japan charted a Hawaiian Airlines aircraft for a trip between O‘ahu and the Island of Hawai‘i.
This past summer, Alex Bachwich, our manager of future schedules, put his pass-traveling expertise to the ultimate test after being challenged by a colleague to visit every Neighbor Island station served by Hawaiian Airlines in one day.
Hawai‘i's coastlines have become increasingly plagued with plastic and other marine debris—and nowhere in the state is this issue more visible than on the Big Island's southeast coast. Need help imaging just how dirty these beaches are? Take our quiz to get a snapshot of the impact dozens of volunteers made in just one morning.