Learn more about how our ‘ohana is hard at work to get you to our islands while using the least amount of fuel possible.
Category: Talk Story
It was the summer of 1958 and Waikīkī was bustling with Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants and travel experts from around the country.
What is the secret formula behind our strong OTP? We picked the brains of three leaders in our company whose teams play a critical role in keeping Hawaiian atop the punctuality list.
Amid our 90th-year-of-service celebration, we tasked our archivist with selecting his favorite artifacts in his historical collection to create the first-ever Heritage Pop-Up Showcase, a mini-museum at our company’s Honolulu headquarters.
Looking to get a head start on your next vacation? HawaiianMiles, the official frequent flyer program of Hawaiian Airlines, has kicked off an exclusive, limited-time member promotion, giving our most loyal guests the ultimate bang for their buck.
Learn more about a new eco-art installation that was recently featured at ARTafterDARK, a monthly* evening art party at the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) and sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines Bank of Hawaii World Elite Mastercard®.
Our Hawaiian Airlines ‘ohana threw on our best party hats for our latest company milestone: 15 wonderful years of nonstop service between Sydney and Honolulu.
Love our new non-stop service between Boston and Honolulu? We do too! However, did you know that Boston Logan International Airport welcomed Pualani to its runway well before our inaugural, regularly scheduled commercial flight on April 4?
Since the launch of the HawaiianMiles reward program in 1983, we’ve been committed to providing superior value to our loyal guests, who earn miles on how far they fly (and not how much they spend). Today, we are excited to announce new and expanded award levels, providing our HawaiianMiles members with more options to redeem their miles for flight awards.
Did you know: Hawaiian Airlines is the first carrier to have operated scheduled U.S. air cargo flights and we still hold the nation’s first cargo service certificate.