Hawaiian Airlines is the flag airline of the US-state Hawaii. The airline mainly operates flights to the United States but also offers routes to a number of destinations in Oceania and Asia.
Hawaiian Airlines is owned by the company Hawaiian Holdings Inc. and has one regional subsidiary airline which is called Ohana. The airline has almost 8,000 employees.
- Parent company
- Hawaiian Holdings Inc.
- Frequent Flyer Program
Hawaiian Airlines was founded in 1929 as Inter-Island Airways. In 1941, its name was changed to the current name, Hawaiian Airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines allows its passengers to bring 1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item with them on board. Passengers in First Class can bring also 1 piece of checked luggage for free while passengers in Economy Class need to pay an additional fee to bring a piece of checked luggage. Please consult website Hawaiian Airlines for more information.
There is no Wi-Fi on board of Hawaiian Airlines’ aircraft.
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