Hawaiian Airlines Flights

Hawaiian Airlines Informations

Hawaiian Airlines flights have a long history. In fact, the company began life way back in 1929, providing tourists with beautiful aerial views over the island of Oahu. However, it was in the 1980s that Hawaiian Airlines really burst out of the Hawaii region, becoming a major player in trans-Pacific aviation. Services were added between Honolulu and West Coast cities like Los Angeles and Seattle. Flights began to Auckland and Sydney and a new airport was built on Maui to accommodate increased passenger flows. Nowadays, the company has plenty to offer customers, including:

  • The HawaiianMiles loyalty scheme that enables customers to save money on hotels and car rentals. Points can also be accumulated on flights with Hawaiian's code share partners, including American Airlines.
  • In-flight menus inspired by Hawaiian food and drink
  • Entertainment options that include movies, TV shows and video games
  • Handy travel guides and tips for all of Hawaii's major islands

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The current Hawaiian Airlines fleet offers a blend of long-haul and short-haul services. There are 52 aircraft in total, including a mixture of Boeing, Airbus and ATR models, with major plans to renovate existing seating arrangements to provide more comfort and an order for cutting edge A321 and A330 planes to be added in the near future. This will only add to already high level of comfort offered by Hawaiian Airlines flights.

If you are flying from Asia or Oceania, flying with Hawaiian could be the ideal choice. Not only can you purchase cheap flights to United States, but you can arrange pleasant stopovers on Hawaiian islands and enjoy a couple of days on the beach before you proceed to the mainland.

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet: 47 aircraft

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A330 Airbus A330-200 17
Boeing 717 Boeing 717-200 18
Boeing 767 Boeing 767-300 12

Hawaiian Airlines in-flight services and entertainment:

Hawaiian Airlines baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : Hawaiian Airlines operate mainly from Honolulu airport (HNL).

Honolulu - International (HNL / PHNL)

Fleet Age (years) : 8.9

Key Airline Routes

Flight

Price

Trip dates

Flights Brisbane - Honolulu $1596 26 December to 02 January
Flights Sydney - Honolulu $846 11 to 20 March
Flights Sydney - Auckland
Flights Brisbane - Auckland
Flights Honolulu - Kailua/Kona $132 01 January
Flights Honolulu - Lihue $239 22 to 29 July

Hawaiian Airlines flights: flight prices and latest offers

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Airport codes

Price

Trip dates

Flights Brisbane Honolulu BNE - HNL $1074 28 September to 15 October
Flights Hilo Honolulu ITO - HNL $159 26 December
Flights Honolulu Los Angeles HNL - LAX $796 19 to 24 February
Flights Brisbane Honolulu BNE - HNL $1596 26 December to 02 January
Flights Brisbane Hoolehua BNE - MKK $1023 01 to 15 June
Flights Sydney Honolulu SYD - HNL $901 08 to 14 December
Flights Sydney Honolulu SYD - HNL $903 22 to 31 May
Flights Sydney Honolulu SYD - HNL $946 08 to 13 December
Flights Brisbane Los Angeles BNE - LAX $1482 12 to 31 December
Flights Los Angeles Kapalua LAX - JHM $911 10 to 31 March
Flights Sydney San Diego SYD - SAN $1273 01 March to 11 April
Flights Honolulu Seattle/Tacoma HNL - SEA $825 19 to 26 August
Flights Honolulu New York City HNL - NYC $1141 20 December to 04 January
Flights Sydney Lebanon SYD - LEB $7298 04 to 18 January
Flights Sydney Honolulu SYD - HNL $988 03 to 10 April

Based on latest flight's searches. Last update: 07/12/2016


Hawaiian Airlines (HA/HAL)

Whether you need to do business on Honolulu or you want to relax on the beaches of Oahu, Hawaiian Airlines could be the perfect transportation option. The 8th largest commercial passenger airline in the USA, Hawaiian can take you to any of the island group's major destinations in style. And it doesn't just fly from the USA. You can also book cheap flights from New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, China and Malaysia - among many other Asian locations. So if you've ever wanted to explore Hawaii, now is your chance.