Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Hawaiian Airlines takes second A330-300P2F for Amazon

Hawaiian Airlines has taken delivery of the second of 10 Airbus A330-300 passenger-to-freighter conversion (P2F) aircraft, which it plans to operate on Amazon’s behalf. Chief executive Peter Ingram told FlightGlobal on March 20 that the second A330P2F is in Honolulu for “final procedures with our maintenance team” before it will fly to the mainland US […]

Hawaiian Airlines connects islands to the world

Representing the only US state located in the Pacific Ocean and composed entirely of islands, Hawaiian Airlines operates in a unique environment. The airline tells Air Cargo Week that Hawaii’s island economy relies heavily on imports such as perishables including dairy, meat, grains and produce. Other items coming into Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport […]

Hawaiian Airlines renews ULD deal with Unilode

Unilode Aviation Solutions has renewed its long-term agreement to manage the ULD fleet of Hawaiian Airlines. Brad Matheny, managing director of cargo at Hawaiian Airlines says: “Thanks to Unilode’s expertise and flexibility, we always have the right assets to meet our ULD needs, including some special units, which Unilode has provided for Hawaiian’s ATR-72 fleet […]

Hawaiian Airlines starts island hopping cargo service

Hawaiian Airlines has kicked off its island hopping cargo service by flying construction and household supplies to Lihue to repair homes damaged by last April’s storms. The ATR-72 was loaded with 462 kilos of construction tools at Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport bound for Lihue International Airport to be used by Kauai Habitat for […]

Hawaiian boosts cargo services with new aircraft

Hawaiian Airlines has introduced two aircraft types that will bolster air cargo activity in the Pacific island chain. The airline recently introduced into service the Airbus A321neo, a next-generation, super-efficient aircraft that will complement Hawaiian’s current fleet of Airbus 330-200, Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 717 aircraft. In the spring, the airline is planning to expand […]

Daytime USA – Tokyo Haneda flights cleared for take-off

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has finalised the decision to allow daytime services from the US to Tokyo Haneda Airport. Under the agreement, American Airlines has been given permission to connect Los Angeles with Tokyo Haneda, Delta Air Lines from Los Angeles and Minneapolis St. Paul, Hawaiian Airlines from Honolulu and United Airlines from […]

US carriers selected to provide daytime services to Tokyo Haneda

American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines have been selected to provide daytime services to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport by the US Department of Transportation later this year. The airlines are seeking five flights per day to Tokyo, operating a daytime schedule. They are proposing linking the US cities of Los Angeles, Honolulu, […]