Hawaiian Airlines Upgrades Flights for Seattle Service

Hawaiian Airlines’ travelers to and from Seattle will enjoy on-demand seat-back entertainment and more legroom beginning December 8 when the airline up-gauges the aircraft used on daily flights between Seattle and Honolulu and Kahului and Maui.

In addition, the airline’s change to the 294-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft will add a total of a total of 60 more seats each day between Seattle and Hawaii. The airline currently operates a 264-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft on its Seattle routes.

Daily Flight Schedule Hawaiian Airlines offers daily non-stop service between Honolulu and Seattle and Kahului, Maui and Seattle. The daily service will continue with slightly adjusted times beginning December 8.

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A330 Special Amenities Hawaiian Airlines’ A330 offers amenities that have been a popular with its customers, highlighted by the personal on-demand entertainment system for each seat, increased legroom, and the roomy interior. With high- resolution LCD touch-screen monitors in each seatback, the A330’s state-of-the-art entertainment system lets customers choose from a wide range of movies, TV programs, music, and video games, while also offering a USB port for the use of their own personal media players. In addition to the comforts of the A330 aircraft, travelers will enjoy complimentary meals in all cabins and Hawaiian Airlines’ signature inflight hospitality that celebrates the culture, people and Aloha Spirit of the Hawaiian Islands.

Visit www.HawaiianAirlines.com. 

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