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Hawaiian Airlines is the oldest US Airline with a remarkable history of 89 years. This American airline was founded on January 30, 1929, and commenced its operation on October 06, 1929. It is the tenth largest commercial airline in the US and is headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. With a fleet size of 66, Hawaiian Airlines operates across 28 destinations. The Airlines provide flights to Asia, Australia, American Samoa, New Zealand, Hawaii, and the United States mainland.
This oldest US carrier has never had a fatal accident or a hull loss throughout its entire operating history. Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, and Zagat have rated the airline as the best carrier serving airline.
Hawaiian Airlines is well-known for its in-flight services and entertainment options, island-inspired cuisines, and luxury 180-degree lie-flat seats. They serve their customers to the best of their ability. Customers can pre-order any duty-free item from home or may shop on board and the product will be delivered right to their seat.
The airlines recently collaborated with renowned chefs including the executive chef Lee Anne Wong of Honolulu's Koko Head Café, who is known for her intricate culinary skills to provide in-flight finger-licking delicacies to the flyers.
Customers are facilitated with travel reward cards that aim to provide a marginal discount on the airfare and other eligible purchases. The card offers one-time 50% companion discount and additional benefits on dining and grocery store purchases.
Hawaiian Airlines is often known for its class service. It offers the following in-flight benefits.