Hawaiian Airlines Launches Operations with Boeing 787-9 Aircraft

Hawaiian Airlines has commenced operations with the Boeing 787-9 aircraft from April 15th, starting with the Honolulu to San Francisco route, and will gradually introduce it to other mainland U.S. routes.

The inaugural flight was the HA12 from Honolulu to San Francisco, departing from Honolulu’s A4 spot at 1:05 PM and arriving in San Francisco at 9:19 PM.

Inspired by early Polynesian voyaging, the design, in collaboration with design consultant Teague, incorporates elements of stars, sun, wind, waves, and wildlife observed during Pacific voyages into each design element. The carpet and fabric draw inspiration from the natural elements of the Hawaiian Islands. The aircraft seats 300 passengers.

The premium cabin, known as the ‘LeiHoku Suite,’ features 34 seats in a 1-2-1 arrangement, all with aisle access, full-flat beds, and doors. Each seat is equipped with an 18-inch monitor, power outlets, and wireless charging, developed in partnership with Adient Aerospace.

The main cabin has 187 seats, utilizing Collins Aerospace’s Aspire seats. It includes a 12-inch monitor and USB-A and USB-C power sources. The Extra Comfort seats, totaling 79, additionally offer AC power and more legroom.

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