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.
Together, the family of three have built a long legacy of flying at Hawaiian Airlines, where the name ‘Emminger’ does not go unknown.
Learn how the company was exploring innovative flying services to Hawai‘i at the close of World War II.
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.