Fifty-one years ago, Jo-Ann Komori answered a newspaper ad calling for Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants and never looked back.
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Sixty-two years ago, Yoshio Nitta clocked in for his first day in what was then called “the radio shop” at the former Hawaiian Airlines maintenance hangar in Honolulu.
This August, our company faced another grim consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing travel restrictions: the separation of many employees from our company as we reduce our workforce due to suppressed travel demand. In this commemorative blog...
Lola Hiatt got her start at Hawaiian Airlines in 1967 as a part-time flight attendant while she pursued a teaching degree at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.
In this commemorative blog series, we are bidding aloha to longstanding employees and recognizing their collective dedication, hard work and passion, which helped mold the future of our company. Hawaiian Airlines will not be the same without them.
If youʻve flown with us in the past week, you may have noticed a new step in our check-in process: a Guest Health Acknowledgement Form.
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.