Category: Kōkua

Inspiring Our Future Aviators: The Hawaiian Airlines Day With the OBAP Annual ACE Academy
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.
How Our Employees Are Creating Spaces for Reflection and Inclusion this Juneteenth (and Beyond)
Allyship is a crucial ingredient to the success that the Hawaiian Airlines Network for Black Employees and Allies employee resource group (NBEA ERG) has had in elevating and empowering our company's Black teammates. This month, the NBEA leaned on its work community to host a series of impactful events focused on educating employees and honoring Juneteenth's historical and cultural significance.
Pride in Service: A Mahalo to Our Veterans
Hawaiian Airlines would not carry the storied legacy it does today if it were not for the contributions made by members of the armed forces. Whether they’re employees, guests, or troops transported via our military charter flights, we are honored to call...