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Network Planning and Revenue Management is arguably one of the most complex areas of the airline business. At Hawaiian, it is where we make crucial decisions ranging from where we deploy our fleet to how we arrange our seats and the services we offer our guests...
On March 10, a day before the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 virus outbreak a pandemic, my role at Hawaiian completely changed.
Leaders throughout our airline have one task in common: keeping their departments focused as roles adapt to changes that have stemmed from the pandemic.
Hawaiian Airlines pilots and flight attendants arriving at our Honolulu headquarters for their annual training qualifications are experiencing a new, COVID-conscious classroom environment.
In our blog series "Changing Course," leaders across departments, from airport operations and information technology to human resources and sales, share how their teams have quickly adapted to continue to safely welcome and serve our guests with aloha.
As Hawai‘i makes progress containing COVID-19, we can thank medical professionals for helping keep our communities healthy by working around the clock and traveling throughout our islands during the pandemic to conduct testing and deliver care.
If you look at the sky and happen to see one of the few Neighbor Island flights we still operate, chances are a member of Hawai‘i’s construction industry is onboard.
As the only major Hawai‘i-based airline, with over 90 years of service to our community, images of our fleet on the ground and not in the sky serve as a powerful daily reminder of the severity of this crisis.
Wāhine (women) have played a critical role throughout our 90-year history, and Alisa Onishi’s love for storytelling is a big part of the reason Hawaiian Airlines is one of the most recognized brands in the airline industry.