Hawaiian Airlines Timetables, Route Maps, and History
Hawaiian Airlines Timetables, Route Maps, and History since 1929, has been the #1 carrier in the Hawaiian Islands despite a bankruptcy filing in 2003. Hawaiian was first with jets in the islands with the DC-9 in 1968. In 1984, Hawaiian expanded to the mainland first with the Lockheed L1011, Douglas DC-10, Boeing 767s, and now Airbus A330s with A350s on order. In 2000. the DC-9s began to be replaced by Boeing 717s. Hawaiian has never had a fatal accident in its entire history, nor has it ever had an accident with a hull loss, and is the oldest US carrier with such a distinction in both fields. Since Aloha and ATA ceased service in 2008, Hawaiian has gone from strength-to-strength and in 2012 inaugurated nonstop Honolulu to New York JFK service and Honolulu to Seoul, Korea.