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Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines was founded in 1929 under the name of Inter-Island Airways before rebranding in 1941. The airline’s main operating hub is Honolulu International Airport and it also has a second hub at Kahului Airport. Flying to over 25 destinations with a fleet of 49 aircraft, Hawaiian Airlines is regularly rated as one of the finest airlines in the United States with a notable record for punctuality. The airline has its own frequent flyer program, HawaiianMiles, offering rewards and perks for loyal passengers.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with Hawaiian Airlines

How to Check in

There are many different ways for Hawaiian Airlines passengers to check-in to flights including online, by mobile or at the airport. Those wishing to check-in online can do so from 24 hours up to 1 hour before departures and are able to select seats and print off a boarding pass. Alternatively, the airline’s travel app enables passengers to check-in by mobile and receive an electronic boarding pass. Checking in at the airport is possible either by going to a self-service kiosks or visiting a Hawaiian Airlines check-in counter. For international flights, check-ins at the airport close an hour before scheduled departure times.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Passengers flying with Hawaiian Airlines on international flights are able to check-in baggage free of charge, although those on domestic flights will need to pay an additional fee which varies according to your destinations. On international flights, baggage allowances differ depending on where you are flying and your cabin class, so be sure to check with the airline for accurate information about your flight. Passengers are also entitled to bring one piece of hand baggage on board flights no heavier than 11.5kg as well as a personal item such as a briefcase or handbag. Any baggage that exceeds your allowance will be subject to excess fees which vary depending on your route.

Seating

Hawaiian Airlines offer a regular Economy Class in addition to Premium Cabin seating for those looking for a superior traveling experience. Passengers have the option to purchase a preferred seat before flying to sit where you like. Those sitting in Economy are afforded ample legroom with a seat pitch of 30-36 inches, while passengers sitting in Premium Cabin can look forward to legroom from 37-76 inches.

On Board Service

On board Hawaiian Airlines flights travelers can look forward to a wealth of amenities and services. All passengers are served up complimentary meals and beverages as well as being able to enjoy comprehensive in-flight entertainment. In addition to this, the airline offers in-flight duty free shopping for those looking to pick up some last minute goods.

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