Articles Tagged ‘Hawaiian Airlines’
Hawaiian Airlines inaugurates services on the route from Honolulu, HI, to Auckland in New Zealand.
Hawaii Airlines launches three weekly services from Honolulu, Hawaii to Brisbane, Australia.
Hawaiian Airlines launches new route from Honolulu in Hawaii to Sapporo Chitose in Japan.
We now have full Q2 data for America’s biggest airlines. Which airlines are growing fastest? Which airlines are shrinking? And which carriers reported the biggest load factor improvement in June? And which carriers didn’t achieve an 85% load factor last month?
Hawaiian Airlines now flies from its Honolulu base to New York’s JFK Airport, where it partners with jetBlue.
Hawaiian Airlines now flies from its Honolulu base to Fukuoka Airport in Japan.
Traffic between the Hawaiian islands still dominates Hawaiian Airlines’ network, but the biggest growth comes from international traffic. Which country, which the airline only began serving in 2010, is now its largest international market? What aircraft does the airline have on order and where will it expand its network further?
Hawaiian Airlines has launched flights from Kahului on the island of Maui to San Jose in California’s Silicon Valley.
Data for November shows few major changes at US airlines. US Airways was the only GUS4 airline to grow its RPMs versus a year ago, but how quickly are the likes of Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines growing? How do load factors compare with a year ago? And how do they compare with a month […]
Despite a sluggish economy the biggest US airlines are making money thanks to commendable and previously unheard of capacity restraint. But which smaller, niche carriers reported demand growth in October? How did load factors compare with last year? How did load factors compare with last month?
Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines report double-digit RPM growth in September; Delta grows 14% in Latin America
No great surprises among US airlines’ traffic data for September. But which carriers have seen a fall in RPM and which have seen a drop in their load factor? How do the remaining ‘Big 4’ compare across different geographic segments in September?
Hawaiian Airlines now flies Hawaiians from Maui to Las Vegas with Boeing 767-300s.