New Extra Comfort Economy for Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines to introduce new Extra Comfort Economy seating
Hawaiian Airlines will introduce the Extra Comfort Economy seating in six rows of each of its A330s.

Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it will introduce Extra Comfort Economy seating on long-haul flights from 1 June 2014. The new class of seating will offer passengers five more inches of legroom, priority boarding, on-demand in-flight entertainment (IFE) and power outlets to charge their personal devices.

Extra Comfort Economy will debut on the airline’s A330 aircraft from summer 2014, with 40 seats in rows 11-14 and 33-34 to be converted. Customers will have the option of purchasing the Extra Comfort seats when they book online.

Peter Ingram, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, Hawaiian Airlines, said: “We are excited to introduce a product that was carefully designed based on the feedback of our guests.

“Combined with our award-winning in-flight service and hospitality, flying to and from Hawaii will be more enjoyable than ever with our new Extra Comfort seating.”



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