The flag carrier of the islands of Hawaii, Hawaiian Airlines is a full-service US carrier based at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu, with a focus city operation at Kahului airport (OGG) on the island of Maui.
Hawaiian operates a mixture of domestic narrow body and long-haul wide body aircraft across its fleet makeup. Currently, the carrier has nine Airbus A330-200 series planes, with 13 on order, as well as 16 Boeing 767-300/300-ER series planes operating on its longer-haul routes to the mainland US and Asia-Pacific region. On its inter-island routes, Hawaiian has fifteen Boeing 717 series planes in service, bringing its overall fleet count to 40 aircraft in total. The carrier has also placed an order for six Airbus A350-800 planes.
While Hawaiian has long maintained a presence on the Hawaii to mainland US corridor, it has recently ventured more into the Asia Pacific realm by opening up new services to Japan, Korea, and Oceania within the past decade.
HA inter-island routes, August 2012. Courtesy of CAPA.
HA mainland US and international routes, August 2012. Courtesy of CAPA. *Note: HNL-Sapporo, Auckland and Brisbane are scheduled to launch in late 2012/early 2013.