Hawaiian Airlines is a flag carrier in the state of Hawaii, United States. The company’s main hubs are located at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Oahu and Kahului Airport, Maui. The slogan of the company is “Come Voyage with Us”. The corporate headquarters of the company is situated in Honolulu, Hawaii. The main cities focused on them are Kailua-Kona and Lihue. In the United States, they are the ninth largest commercial airline company, whereas the company is the largest airline in the state of Hawaii. In 2016, the company generates a revenue of US$ 2.451 billion along with a net income of US$ 244.1 million. The company operates as the wholly owned subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings Inc. There are more than 6,100 people working with the company controlling all their operations across the world. The company trades publicly as NASDAQ: HA.
Hawaii Airlines History
The company commenced their operations on 6 October 1929 as Inter-Island Airways. They changed their name to present one on 1 October 1941. Before 1984, the company provides services only in the state of Hawaii. After that, they expand to their various states across the country.
Hawaii Airlines Operations
The company provides flight services to more than 25 destinations that include countries, like Somoa, China, Australia, Japan, Tonga, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan, and the Cook Islands.
The company has codeshare agreements with many airline companies, such as JetBlue, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, South African Airways, Virgin Australia, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, All Nippon Airways, Virgin Australia, and JetBlue. Hawaii Airlines has a fleet of 54 aircrafts that include Airbus A330-200, Airbus A321neo, Boeing 717-200, and Boeing 767-300ER.