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The Wāhine Who Work Hawaiian Air Cargo
Since Hawaiian Airlines became the first to take scheduled cargo service to the skies in 1942, its business – and worker demographic – continuously evolved to meet the needs of the time. As women’s entry into the workforce increased over the decades,...
Kia Ora Hawaiʻi! Aloha Aotearoa! Celebrating a Decade of Sharing Aloha with Auckland
Despite a geographical divide spanning 4,600 miles, Hawaiʻi and New Zealand (Aotearoa) are often thought to be bonded by a shared commitment to their culture, language and Pacific Island heritage. For 10 years, Hawaiian Airlines’ nonstop flights have served as another bridge between the two countries. Since the route’s launch on March 13, 2013, Hawaiian has proudly carried nearly 144,000 people between Auckland and Honolulu.