Articles tagged “hawaiian”

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Surprises With Breakaway Distribution Strategy

For years, a handful of large airline groups outside of the U.S. have slapped surcharges on airfare sold via legacy technology. Hawaiian is the first U.S.-based airline to add distribution surcharges.

Hawaiian Airlines Surprises With Breakaway Distribution Strategy

Airline Weekly

United, Other Airlines Finalize Furlough Numbers for When Federal Aid Expires

United, Other Airlines Finalize Furlough Numbers for When Federal Aid Expires

Coronavirus

Hawaii’s Travel Sector Struggles to Cope With the Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has taken out large sections of Hawaii's tourism-based economy, from musicians to dolphin snorkel tour operators. But a recovery may be underway by the next peak season.

Hawaii’s Travel Sector Struggles to Cope With the Crisis

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U.S. Airlines Cave In to Chinese Demands About Taiwan

U.S. airlines are choosing their pocketbooks over their principles as they bow to Chinese pressure to designate Taiwan as part of China. U.S.-based tech companies have gone along with Chinese censorship in the past so it's not a big surprise that airlines caved in. It is, however, regrettable.

U.S. Airlines Cave In to Chinese Demands About Taiwan

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Trims Schedule Because of Late Airbus Deliveries

Hawaiian Airlines was not digging those big vibrations in Pratt & Whitney engines, and delays in getting them fixed is forcing the airline to play mix and match with its schedule.

Hawaiian Airlines Trims Schedule Because of Late Airbus Deliveries

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Changes Surfboard Policy After Wave of Complaints

Mahalo to Hawaiian for acting on customer feedback.

Hawaiian Airlines Changes Surfboard Policy After Wave of Complaints

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Hawaiian Airlines Is First U.S. Airliner to Help Monitor Climate Change

The sprawling Pacific has few weather observation posts. To fill the gap, scientists are fitting air and pollution monitors onto commercial aircraft. Kudos to Hawaiian for being the first U.S. airline (and the seventh airliner worldwide) to participate.

Hawaiian Airlines Is First U.S. Airliner to Help Monitor Climate Change

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Airlines See Pajama Styles as Competitive Advantage for Premium Passengers

Airline competition is evolving from lounges to loungewear in the front of the plane. Hey, if they have lie-flat seats on long-haul flights, then frequent flyers might as well walk the aisles and sleep in style.

Airlines See Pajama Styles as Competitive Advantage for Premium Passengers

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Hires Design Firms to Restyle Uniforms

When it comes to uniforms there's nothing wrong with a refresh every few years as long as the designers know what they are doing and take the views of employees into account.

Hawaiian Airlines Hires Design Firms to Restyle Uniforms

Airlines

U.S. Airlines With the Best On-Time Performance in 2014

Route location plays a huge part in Alaska's and Hawaiian's continued success. A better indicator of aviation progress is overall industry on-time pefromance, record, which continues to decline.

U.S. Airlines With the Best On-Time Performance in 2014