Now in its 89th year of consecutive service, Hawaiian Airlines is Hawai'i's biggest and longest-serving airline, as well as the largest provider of passenger air service from its primary visitor markets on the U.S. mainland. Hawaiian offers non-stop service to Hawai'i from more U.S. gateway cities (11) than any other airline, along with service from American Samoa, Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Tahiti.


January 30, 1929

First scheduled flight: November 11, 1929


 60 Aircraft


20 B717-200 128 seats
3 ATR-42 48 seats
3 ATR-72 cargo 


20 A330-200 278 seats
4 A330-200 294 seats
3 B767-300ER 252 seats
1 B767-300ER 259 seats
3 B767-300ER 264 seats
1 B767-300EM 264 seats
2 A321-200neo  189 seats


By the end of year 2020, Hawaiian plans to have 18 new narrow body A321neo aircraft. In addition, Hawaiian will introduce 10 new Boeing 787-9 aircraft starting in 2021.


6,893 (as of Feb. 2018)


Leading provider of air service between Honolulu and Līhu’e, Kaua'i; Kahului, Maui; and Kona and Hilo, Hawai'i Island, with approximately 170 daily flights.

Hawaiian Airlines offers flights between Honolulu and Moloka'i and Lāna’i through its turboprop operation, 'Ohana by Hawaiian, in partnership with Empire Airlines.


Scheduled non-stop service is offered between Hawai'i and 11 U.S. gateway cities including: Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City (JFK), Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle.


Scheduled non-stop service is offered between Honolulu and 11 destinations throughout Asia and South Pacific including: Auckland, Beijing, Brisbane, Osaka, Pago Pago, Papeete, Sapporo, Seoul, Sydney and Tokyo.