Hawaiian Airlines is the largest airline in the Hawaiian Islands, which is also among the top 10 largest airlines in the United States. The homeport and headquarters are located at Honolulu Airport (the capital of Hawaii). An additional hub, where regular flights are also made, is the airport on the island of Maui.
The route network of the Hawaiian carrier has 28 destinations; direct flights are carried out to Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the mainland, and between the Hawaiian Islands. Curiously, Hawaiian Airlines is the only one of the oldest US airlines (founded in 1929) that has not lost a single aircraft in its entire history.
- According to the influential British consulting agency SKYTRAX, specializing in the study of the quality of services provided by various air carriers, the airlines were awarded three stars.
- Hawaiian Airlines ranks 45th in the Safest Airlines in the World 2019 Ranking by Jacdec.
On January 25, 2020, there are 55 airliners in the Hawaiian Airlines fleet. The average age of aircraft is 8.8 years.
The oldest – Boeing 717-200, with a tail number – N488HA. His age is 20.3 years. The newest is the Airbus A321neo, with tail number N217HA. He is 0.2 years old.