- 294 passengers
- Operating range of 6,050 nautical miles
- State-of-the-art entertainment system
- Offers non-stop flights to North America flights
Hawaiian's new A330s carry more passengers, fly farther, and are more fuel-efficient than our existing widebody fleet of B767s.
A highlight of Hawaiian's A330s is the state-of-the-art on-demand entertainment system installed in each seatback. A high-resolution LCD touch screen monitor allows passengers to choose from a wide selection of programming and even connect to their own media players. Passengers sitting in First Class enjoy the added benefits of having a larger monitor and iPod compatibility.
» See Airbus A330 Seat Configuration
In 2017, we’ll continue to expand our fleet by adding six new A350XWB-800 (Extra Wide Body) aircraft from Airbus, with options to purchase an additional six more. The next-generation fuel-efficient A350s will seat 322 passengers in a two-class configuration and have a range of 8,300 nautical miles that would allow Hawaiian to fly nonstop between Hawaii and Asia, Australasia, the Americas, and Europe.
- 123–128 passengers
- More than 165 interisland flights each day
- Lowest noise and fuel
emissions in its class
Built specifically for short-range, high-frequency airline routes, our fleet of Boeing B-717 jets provides daily connections between 5 destinations on four Hawaiian Islands. Through our Honolulu hub, visitors and residents alike can enjoy interisland air travel each day to Maui, Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii (Kailua-Kona and Hilo).
Since 2002, we've been rated one of the "10 Best" U.S. airlines by readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine, and Travel & Leisure magazine readers have voted us in the Top Ten for the past four years. Onboard Services magazine even presented Hawaiian with its highest honor, the Diamond Award, for our Mea Ho`okipa (hospitality) service on interisland flights.
» See Boeing 717 Seat Configuration
- 252-264 passengers
- Used for trans-pacific travel to points in the U.S. mainland and Asia
- Enhanced space and amenities
The twin-jet B-767 has earned an industry-wide reputation for being comfortable, fuel efficient, easy to maintain and environmentally friendly. Travelers favor the roomy feel of the 767's interior–especially the seating configuration, which offers window or aisle seating for 88 percent of the passenger cabin and leaves no one farther than one seat from an aisle.
We currently offer nonstop Boeing 767-300ER (Extended Range) flights three times daily from Honolulu to Los Angeles, once daily to Las Vegas, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle. These powerful planes also provide non-stop service from Honolulu to Sydney, Australia as well as Papeete, Tahiti and Pago Pago, American Samoa.
As part of our fleet rejuvenation process, these planes eventually will be replaced by our new Airbus jets in the coming years.
» See Boeing 767 Seat Configuration