Hawaiian Airlines Opens Ticket Sales on First
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Flights
Travelers from the Bay Area and Los Angeles
planning a trip to Hawaiʻi can be the first to experience Hawaiian
Airlines new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
Hawaiian's new flagship aircraft will debut 15
April 2024 with a daily service between Honolulu (HNL) and San
Francisco (SFO) through 14 May 2024, followed by select flights
between Honolulu and Los Angeles (LAX) starting 14 May 2024, and
Maui (OGG) and Los Angeles from 15 May 2024.
Tickets on the flights are now on sale on the
Set in a 1-2-1
configuration with doors, the suites offer privacy or a shared
experience with combinable double suites allowing couples to fall
asleep while gazing at a starlit ceiling inspired by
constellations that guided early Polynesian voyagers.
In developing its Leihōkū Suites, Hawaiian became
the first airline to partner with Adient Aerospace, a joint
venture between Boeing and Adient, a leading producer of
"Our 787's uniquely Hawaiian design and comfort,
paired with the award-winning hospitality of our crew, will create
an unparalleled experience for our guests on their travel to the
islands," said Avi Mannis, chief marketing officer at Hawaiian
Hawaiian's main Economy Class cabin (pictured) consists of 266
Collins Aerospace Aspire light-weight seats with ergonomically
contoured back and armrests that maximize seat space, offer more
shoulder and hip room and feature a 12-inch seatback monitor with
USB-A and USB-C charging ports.
Each design element of Hawaiian's 787 celebrates
navigators who have sailed the Pacific by observing the stars,
sun, winds, waves and wildlife. The airline worked with design
consultant Teague to realize Hawaiian's vision of honoring Pacific
exploration in a modern aircraft.
Every detail of the interior pays homage to
Hawaiʻi's pristine environment, from wall panels depicting native
wood grains to the lavatory floor inspired by black
volcanic sand. 'Ōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) is integrated
into seat row numbers and other placards. Laminates and fabrics
reflect the forms of native Hawaiian plants.
Hawaiian is scheduled to receive the first of
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in January, with additional deliveries
planned through 2027.
The airline offers approximately 150 daily
flights within the Hawaiian Islands, and nonstop flights between Hawaiʻi and 15 U.S. gateway cities
as well as service connecting Honolulu and American Samoa,
Australia, Cook Islands, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and
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