Hawaiian Airlines operates Airbus A330 and Boeing 767 aircrafts on its North America and International flights. Both aircraft feature complimentary entertainment, including a variety of audio channels and our in-flight video magazine, Hawaiian Skies.
Airbus A330 Aircraft
Our A330 flights offer state-of-the-art interactive entertainment systems available at every seat, with a variety of audio and video options available. Complimentary entertainment in the main cabin includes our inflight video Hawaiian Skies, a Hawaii-themed feature video and 15 audio channels. First Class passengers receive complimentary unlimited access to a selection of Movies On Demand, TV shows, games, music videos, and audio channels. Click here for film listings.
Movies On Demand
Choose from the hottest newly released Hollywood movies, including Argo, Lincoln, Won’t Back Down, Taken 2, Looper, Pitch Perfect, Chasing Mavericks and Hotel Transylvania.
$7.99 per film
Unlimited TV & More Pack
Enjoy unlimited viewing of classic movies, current hit TV shows, complete albums in a variety of musical genres, games and music videos—all for one package price.
Keep your keiki (children) happily entertained with unlimited access to specially selected movies (like Rugrats and Hannah Montana), TV shows, albums and games.
Video On Demand
Our for-purchase options in the Main Cabin require you to swipe a credit card when prompted. Please tilt the device by pressing near the top to allow access to the credit card strip. Please be mindful of the guest in front of you: use only your fingernail or tip of your finger to select buttons.
Boeing 767 Aircraft
In addition to 10 channels of audio programming, guests on our Boeing 767 aircraft can watch complimentary movies on overhead screens positioned throughout the aircraft or choose to rent a digEplayer portable entertainment system for a wide array of additional programming options. Click here for film listings.
Overhead Films & Video
On our big screen, you’ll find everything from the surfing adventure films Chasing Mavericks and A Deeper Shade of Blue, to the romance of A Good Year to adventure, science fiction, drama or crime thrillers like Jumper, Won’t Back Down and Taken 2. In addition to feature films, guests on our North American routes are also treated to Hawaiian Skies, our award-winning, Hawai‘i-themed video magazine. Guests on our Incheon, Fukuoka, Manila and South Pacific routes receive additional film and video programming in Korean, Japanese, Tagalog and French languages, respectively.
The digEplayer is a self-contained entertainment system featuring the latest Hollywood releases, television shows, music videos and a variety of music programs. Each digEplayer comes with two headsets for shared viewing. Quantities are limited and may be rented on-board with the use of any major credit or debit card. DigEplayers are not available on Fukuoka, Incheon or Manila routes.
$15 per unit
*Not all DigEplayer films are suitable for all audiences. Please note the ratings provided, and keep in mind that Hawaiian Airlines does not edit the movies or videos on offer.
Hawaiian Skies, our video magazine, is produced exclusively for guests on Hawaiian Airlines' North America ("N. America") routes. In this edition you'll find:
N. AMERICA TO HAWAII
We’re checking in with ‘Ukulele Festival founder Roy Sakuma to talk story about the annual multi-day, multi-island festival.
One of Hawaii’s most popular sports—outrigger canoe racing—hits the Big Apple during the Hawaiian Airlines Liberty Challenge.
Cup O' Kope
If you are a caffeine junky and looking for a truly unique Island experience, take the time to discover Hawaiian coffee.
Hawaii’s foremost female free diver, Kimi Werner, guides us on an underwater expedition to the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
HAWAII TO N. AMERICA
The Kamehameha Schools Song Contest, also known as One Voice, is one of Hawaii’s best-loved and most enduring traditions. Join us as we go behind the scenes at this annual competition, to see what it takes for hundreds of students to sing as one.
Our produced-in-the-Islands audio programming features four channels dedicated to traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, along with an additional seven channels that cover everything from classical to rock to Korean pop.
Purchase or Personal Headsets
Guests may bring their own headsets or may purchase a souvenir headset on-board for $3.00 and keep it for future flights.