Hawaiian Airlines has taken delivery of its
first Airbus A321neo.
Hawaiian will launch daily A321neo non-stop
flights between Maui
and Portland in January 2018. This will be followed by A321neo service
on the Kaua’i-Oakland and Kona-Los Angeles routes as Hawaiian
receives additional aircraft.
Airbus will deliver a second A321neo
to Hawaiian later in 2017 with 14 aircraft to be delivered in 2018
“Our new A321neos are ideal for our West Coast to
Hawaii markets. They will bring Hawaiian’s unique blend of
Hawaiian hospitality and industry-leading operational performance
to more travelers than ever,” said Mark Dunkerley, President and
CEO of Hawaiian Airlines. “As we welcome our A321neo fleet, some
of our wide-body aircraft serving the U.S. West Coast will be
deployed for further long-haul expansion.”
Hawaiian’s A321neo seats
189 passengers in a three-class configuration,
including 16 First Class, 45 Premium Economy, and 128 Economy
Passengers will be able to enjoy
wireless streaming entertainment and benefit from additional
overhead stowage volume thanks to new pivoting bins.
Pratt & Whitney PurePower engines and ETOPS (Extended-range
Twin-engine Operations) certified for lengthy overwater flights,
the A321neo will allow Hawaiian to fly more direct and
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