At Hawaiian Airlines, we know that when the going gets tough, our employees will always come together to help one another. The perpetuation of values like lōkahi (unity) and mālama (to care for) is intrinsic to our company, strengthening our role as the...
We're proud to be a partner in Kealopiko's latest project that manufactured and distributed reusable fabric face masks to protect thousands of native Hawaiian keiki (children) and families in need from COVID-19.
Mālama, meaning to “care for” in Hawaiian and one of our core company values, has been on top of our minds as we think of ways to continue to support our people and communities during the pandemic.
Amid uncertain times brought on by the pandemic, our employees have put themselves on the frontlines of efforts to kōkua (help) the local communities that have supported us for the past nine decades.
Starting today, ‘Ohana by Hawaiian will provide complimentary transportation of food and household items from O‘ahu to both Moloka‘i and Lāna‘i to assist the rural island’s residents.
While our nearly empty cabins signal the difficult new reality facing the airline industry, the containers that fill the bellies of our aircraft tell a different, more uplifting, story.
In response to a rapid and unprecedented influx of inquiries, our employees have come together to support tens of thousands of guests with their reservations.
Our all-employee volunteer group, Team Kōkua, has played a pivotal role in engaging our colleagues and coordinating opportunities for people wanting to help when it’s needed the most.
When flight HA576 from Honolulu to Maui landed at Kahului Airport in October 2018, its pilots weren’t expecting to be greeted by a new fan. But one guest, Victoria Thom, an 11-year-old aspiring pilot, was thrilled to see her flight was operated by two...
When Hawaiian Airlines commits to aloha in everything we do, we must also commit to supporting the language and culture from which aloha came. Our ‘ohana was honored to support the travel of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Hawaiian Theatre Program to bring its historical epic, ‘Au‘a ‘Ia: Holding On, to New York City.