Become a key part of Hawaii’s hometown carrier
Let your career take flight
Why Hawaiian Airlines?
“Ever since I was little, I was fascinated by planes and wanted to know how they work. I started working at Hawaiian Airlines in 1989 when I was only 20 years old, and it has been my dream job. As an Aircraft Mechanic, I have learned so much from being on the flight line, doing heavy checks, and in the interior shop. I always tell the new members of our team that this is a company where you can have a great career and become a skilled mechanic.”
“As an Aircraft Mechanic with Hawaiian Airlines for the last seven years, it's been an amazing journey. I enjoy and look forward to going to work every day because of our great team. Due to our company’s rapid growth, there are many new opportunities for advancement — not only in Hawaii but also at our various Continental U.S. stations.”
“As a Lead Aircraft Mechanic, I ensure our aircraft departs on time and that our mechanics are up to date on training. Compared to other airlines, I’ve found that Hawaiian Airlines has a unique culture. It taught me to be humble and to learn from others. I have a deep level of trust in all my mechanics. We all depend on each other because we all have different strengths. Working at Hawaiian Airlines allows me to work and grow alongside teammates that have become some of my closest friends. This is my dream job.”
Join our maintenance division
As an Aircraft Mechanic, you’ll be trained to maintain our ever-growing, technologically advanced fleet that includes A321neo, A330 and Boeing 787. Learn the industry-leading best practices with paid training and continual development of skills.
We’re looking for individuals who will embrace our purpose: To connect people with Aloha as well as our values: Malama (care), Hookipa (hospitality), Lokahi (collaboration), and Pookela (excellence)
Hawaiian Airlines requires the following qualifications:
- Legally authorized to work in the United States
- Minimum age 18 possessing at least a high school diploma or equivalent
- Must have an FAA Airframe and Powerplant license
- Must have a valid driver's license
- Must be able to lift 25 lbs. frequently and up to 70 lbs. as needed
- Must have own tools
- Must possess sufficient experience and/or training to perform position duties
- Previous aircraft maintenance experience preferred
Exceptional benefits & travel privileges
- Competitive pay and paid training
- Strong medical and dental coverage
- Flexible spending accounts for health care and dependent care
- 401(k) retirement plan with company-matching contributions
- Life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
- Long-term disability
- Paid vacation time
- Signing bonus
- Generous relocation assistance program
- Travel privileges and access to Hawaiian Airlines’ network
- Employee discounts from various stores and companies
Benefits are subject to change without notice and vary according to bargaining agreement contracts.
Where We Fly
We offer only non-stop service to Hawaii from destinations in North America, Asia, and the South Pacific, as well as service to every major Hawaiian Island.