Comfortable, fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly.
Not quite as big as the B777 or the B747, the B767 is the charismatic middle child of the Boeing family. Neither too big nor too small, it’s just right for some of Hawaiian Airlines’ most popular trans-Pacific routes.
It has the roominess and long range of a widebody, but, with a 2-3-2 seating configuration, no one gets trapped farther than one seat from an aisle. In fact 88 percent of the passenger cabin is window and aisle seats!
Since 2008, our B767s have been retrofitted with vertical winglets at the end of each wing. They may look small from the window, but they’re actually 11-feet tall and help us save 300,000 gallons in jet fuel annually per aircraft.
Guests on the B767 have the option to rent an In-Flight Entertainment Tablet for the latest Hollywood releases, TV shows, and games. As always, meals are complimentary.