Volcanic activity is nothing new to Hawaiʻi’s people, including Hawaiian Airlines’ operations team. And with each significant eruption that has made headlines throughout Hawaiian Airlines’ 93-year history, the more experience our teams have stashed away in preparation for the next.
Hawaiian Airlines today offered a warm welcome to a World War II veteran and two “Rosie the Riveters” arriving in Honolulu for events marking the 81st anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack.
Tomorrow, Hawaiʻi’s hometown carrier is inviting HawaiianMiles members to support important causes by donating their miles to one (or more) of its 14 local charity partners.
Ninety-three years ago, a single-engine Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker with wooden wings and maroon fabric skin made history by introducing commercial air service to the Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian Airlines today celebrated the momentous occasion that marked...
When Hawaiian Airlines Chief Financial Officer Shannon Okinaka was seven, her family packed up their Southern California home and moved across the Pacific to a road fronting her grandparents’ house...
Working a job in travel and aviation is as exciting as it gets. For the 8th annual Girls in Aviation Day (Sept. 24), 60 Hawaiian Airlines employees from across the company volunteered to give a group of 40 future female leaders a glimpse into a career at Hawaiʻi’s hometown carrier.
It’s been three years since the New Zealand Sea Cleaners last stepped foot on the Hawaiian Islands as part of its mission to remove rubbish from coastlines and beaches. This week, the nonprofit teamed up with Hawaiian Airlines and Hawaiʻi Tourism Oceania (HTO) to end its pandemic-ensued hiatus.
Hawaiian Airlines this week celebrated a new milestone in its 93-year legacy: its first mother-daughter pilot crew.
This National Aviation Day, we are proud to kick off a new monthly blog series that outlines the exciting career paths of Hawaiian Airlines’ leaders. We debut this series with Chief Operating Officer Jon Snook, who entered the aviation industry as an...
Planting seeds of inspiration to grow the next generation of aerospace leaders is key to continuing our legacy as Hawaiʻi’s hometown carrier. Yesterday, we teamed up with the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) to host a diverse group of 16 local middle-to-high school students enrolled in the nonprofit’s annual Aerospace Career Education (ACE) Academy.