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'Moana'-Themed Planes Take Off Ahead of Anticipated Film
Hawaiian Airlines , in collaboration with Walt Disney Studios, unveiled last weekend the first of three custom Airbus A330 aircraft painted with imagery from “Moana.” The inaugural decal design features four characters from the movie, including the demigod Maui, the adventurous teenager Moana, and
New Disney Themed Hawaiian Airlines Plane Unvelied
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Debate Sensation Ken Bone's Sweater Sparks Social Media Buzz
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Which Airline's Been Named World's Safest?
If your 2016 resolutions include more travel, it may be wise to know which airlines top the list. AirlineRatings.com, an independent plane safety and product ranking website, has just released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Coming out on top for the third year in a row is
Hawaiian Airlines Turns 86
This airline doesn't look a day over 85. Hawaiian Airlines celebrates its 86th birthday Wednesday, and has shared with ABC News archival photos, advertisements and historical facts. • The first passenger flight on Nov. 11, 1929 was a flight from Honolulu to Hilo. A one-way trip from Honolulu to
Terrifying Emergency Landing for Hawaiian Airlines Airplane
Passengers watched from inside the cabin as crews sprayed foam after landing in Maui to prevent fire.
5 Things an Airline Pilot Wants You to Know About Summer Weather
Remember what your children were like during the "Terrible Twos"? According to a Federal Aviation Administration safety briefing , Mother Nature has something similar called the "Terrible Ts" for thunderstorms and turbulence. I contacted a veteran pilot with a major U.S. carrier for his take on
Craft Beers Land on More In-Flight Beverage Carts
Craft beer continues to be one of the fastest-growing brew segments in the country, posting annual growth of 17.2 percent by volume in 2013, according to the Brewer’s Association. And with demand steadily climbing higher, smaller-batch suds have found their way to the skies as well. In the last
Tropical Storm Iselle Rips Through Hawaiian Islands
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