Hawaiian Airlines is preparing for a major modernization of its fleet with the delivery of its first Boeing 787-9, scheduled for April 2024. With this new aircraft, the airline is also unveiling new cabin interiors that will not be missed to improve the passenger experience.
With a capacity of three hundred passengers, this new aircraft will have two cabins: business class which will include 34 Leihoku suites (equipped with Adient Ascent seats). These suites offer a luxurious and comfortable experience for discerning travelers, with plenty of space and privacy for a peaceful journey.
Leihoku Suites are designed to provide ultimate comfort, with fully adjustable seats that can be reclined to a completely flat position for restful sleep during long-haul flights. The seats are also equipped with personalized lighting and personal screens to ensure an immersive and enjoyable in-flight entertainment experience.
In addition to business class, the Boeing 787-9 will also have 266 economy class seats. Of these seats, 79 will be Extra Comfort seats, providing passengers with more legroom and greater comfort throughout their journey. These chairs are perfect for travelers who want a little more space or for those who want to work or relax during the flight.
The Hawaiian airline is committed to providing its customers with exceptional service and a memorable travel experience. With the introduction of the new cabin interiors, it aims to take its already renowned hospitality to new heights.
With its first Boeing 787-9 just around the corner, Hawaiian Airlines is ready to take flight with revolutionary features and a commitment to providing the best possible travel experience. From the luxurious Leihoku Suites in Business Class to the added comfort of Economy Class, passengers can expect nothing less than excellence when traveling with Hawaiian Airlines.