Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines is Hawaii’s largest airline, serving 20 domestic and international destinations in the Pacific region. Every year, they introduce millions of passengers to their spirit of Hawaii.


Hawaii's largest airline since its founding in 1929, Hawaiian Airlines today serves 20 domestic and international destinations in the Pacific region. It specializes in air transportation among the Hawaiian Islands and bringing visitors to Hawaii from points in the Western U.S. and the South Pacific.

Carrying an average of 6 million passengers a year, Hawaiian Airlines provides high-frequency jet service daily to 8 destinations throughout the Hawaiian Islands and regular service to the South Pacific destinations of Tahiti, American Samoa and Sydney, Australia. In North America it provides daily service to Hawaii from more cities than any other airline.

In 1984 Hawaiian began to provide worldwide charter services with three long-range DC-8 jets. Soon after, scheduled service began to Pago Pago, American Samoa and Nuku'alofa, Tonga. A year later Hawaiian acquired five Lockheed L-1011 widebody aircraft for scheduled and charter service. June 12, 1985 marked the inauguration of Hawaiian Airlines' scheduled widebody jet service between the West Coast and Hawaii with daily flights to Los Angeles. Daily flights between Hawaii and San Francisco and Seattle started in January, 1986. Service to Western Samoa soon followed.

In late 1993 Hawaiian Airlines entered into a series of marketing and service agreements with American Airlines' parent AMR Corporation. Consequently, Hawaiian in 1994 converted its reservations and operating computer system to American's SABRE system, became a participating carrier in American's AAdvantage® Travel Awards program and replaced its entire widebody fleet of Lockheed L-1011 aircraft with DC-10 aircraft provided and maintained by American.

Hawaiian continues to build on an unbroken 79-year record of safety and to date has transported more than 145 million passengers.

Hawaiian is the only airline able to provide single-carrier service from the Western U.S. and the South Pacific to the Hawaiian Islands. On board, passengers are surrounded with the gracious warmth unique to the people and culture of the Islands. Visitors to Hawaii are able to begin their vacation the moment they step on board a Hawaiian Airlines aircraft.

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Location

3375 Koapaka Street, G-350
Honolulu, HI 96819
United States

Telephone: 
808-835-3700
Fax: 
808-835-3690

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