Hawaiian Airlines introduces new Boeing 787-9 providing passengers “with an unforgettable Hawaii travel experience”

Hawaiian Airlines has introduced its new flagship aircraft, the Boeing 787-9, into service with an island-inspired cabin design, providing passengers “with an unforgettable Hawaii travel experience”.

Hawaiian Airlines has introduced its new flagship aircraft, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, into service. The moment passengers step onboard, they are immersed in an island-inspired cabin design. The 34 Leihōkū (garland of stars) Suites feature lie-flat seating, an 18-inch inflight entertainment screen, personal power outlets, wireless cell phone charging and direct aisle access. Set in a 1-2-1 configuration with doors, the suites offer privacy or a shared experience with combinable double suites.

Hawaiian’s 787-9 Main Cabin consists of 266 Collins Aerospace Aspire seats with ergonomically contoured back and armrests designed to maximise living space, offer more shoulder and hip room, and which feature a 12-inch seatback monitor with USB-A and USB-C charging ports. Main Cabin travellers can also select from 79 Extra Comfort seats to enjoy more legroom and access to AC power outlets.

“Today marks an incredible achievement for all of us at Hawaiian Airlines and I’d like to thank all of our teammates, Boeing and our many partners for helping us make this moment possible,” said Peter Ingram, President and CEO, Hawaiian Airlines. “Our 787-9 is a true flagship product that, when paired with the award-winning hospitality of our crew, will provide guests with an unforgettable Hawaii travel experience.”

The carrier has 12 787-9s on order and has taken delivery of two aircraft. Hawaiian is scheduled to have three 787-9s by the end of the year, with the remaining deliveries occurring through 2027.



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