Hawaiian Airlines Sees Five Percent Traffic Increase in August

Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. recently announced its system-wide traffic statistics for the month of August and year to date.

According to the airline, 976,188 passengers flew the carrier in August, compared to 928,008 in 2014, representing a 5.2 percent increase.

Hawaiian has led all U.S. carriers in on-time performance for each of the past 11 years (2004-2014), as reported by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Hawaiian Airlines also recently debuted a new in-flight safety video. The four-minute video features more than 30 Hawaiian Airlines crew members and their family members who relay important safety information as they take guests on a journey to their favorite locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

Debuting on all of Hawaiian Airlines’ in-flight entertainment systems, the video offers footage of world-famous destinations such as Yokohama Beach and Kualoa Ranch on Oahu; Haleakala National Park and Poolenalena Beach on Maui; Waimea Canyon and Waikoko Farm on Kauai; and Saddle Road Lava Fields and Umauma Falls on Hawaii Island.

Now in its 86th year of continuous service, Hawaiian is Hawaii’s biggest and longest-serving airline, as well as the largest provider of passenger air service from its primary visitor markets on the U.S. Mainland

Visit www.hawaiianairlines.com

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