Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates ‘Lei Day’ with Flower Lei Welcome in Honolulu and Kona

Hawaiian Airlines celebrated the first day of ’31 Days of Lei’ by surprising 1,500 passengers with fresh flower leis upon their arrival at both Honolulu and Kona airports on May 1st, local time.

Showing respect for the history of May Day, which has been celebrated in Hawaii along with Hawaiian Airlines since 1929, the airline is carrying out the traditional May Day festival over the course of a month. Lei Day is a unique Hawaiian celebration that emphasizes Hawaii’s lei culture and the act of giving leis, featuring parades, contests, music, and traditional Hula dance, as well as making and presenting leis.

A campaign is also being conducted where one person each week from Japan, the United States, Korea, Australia, and New Zealand, a total of 20 people, will be gifted 200,000 HawaiianMiles.

Moreover, in Tokyo, from May 31st to June 2nd, Aloha Tokyo will offer a photo panel for commemorative photographs with orchids used in lei making as hair accessories, and live music and Hula dance shows performed by Hawaiian Airlines’ exclusive artists, the ‘Hawaiian Airlines Serenaders’.

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