To ensure all training is conducted in a safe, professional and efficient manner in accordance with HA Policies and Directives. Training will comply with all current and any proposed regulatory requirements of the various government agencies involved in air transportation. To ensure compliance and standardization of methods and procedures. To provide training to meet any introduction of new equipment, proposed operation or service that is in the airline's future.
aircraft marks the first of the Airbus family to join our fleet. Fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, the A330 delivers the latest technology to both crews and passengers. In 2017, the fleet of A330's will be joined by newly developed Airbus A350XWB. Hawaiian currently operates 5 A330-200 with 6 firm orders and options for 6 more.
Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 767-300ER
is one of the most popular wide-body aircraft in service today. Serving Trans-Pacific, Far-East, and South Pacific destinations, the Boeing 767 began flying in Hawaiian's colors in 2001. Recently, eight of the 767's have been retro-fitted with fuel efficient "winglets". Hawaiian flies 16 767-300 aircraft.
Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717
The very first Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 717 touched down at Honolulu International Airport on March 2, 2001, marking a new era for Hawaii's leading airline. The arrival of one of the world's most advanced commercial aircraft represents a major investment in the future of our company and our Islands. All total, HAL has 18 717's.