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Hawaiian Airlines Corporate Office

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Hawaiian Airlines Corporate Office Address

Hawaiian Airlines
3375 Koapaka Street Suite G-350
Honolulu, HI 96819

Contact Hawaiian Airlines

Phone Number: (808) 835-3700
Fax Number: n/a
Website: http://www.hawaiianairlines.com
Email: Email Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Facts

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Hawaiian Airlines Executives

CEO: Mark B. Dunkerley
CFO: Shannon Lei Okinaka
COO: Sean E. Menke

Hawaiian Airlines History

The forerunner of Hawaiian Airlines was Inter-Island Airways,which was incorporated in 1929. Inter-Island began as a subsidiary of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company.

The company changed its name to Hawaiian Airlines in 1941.

In the 1980’s and 1990’s the company began to expand outside of Hawaii with routes to the South Pacific and the rest of the Pacific.

Today Hawaiian Airlines is the main subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings and offers routes between Honolulu and a dozen major US cities, and four Hawaiian islands and Australia, American Samoa, Tahiti, and the Philippines.

Hawaiian Holdings trades publicly on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol HA, is #926 in the Fortune 1000, has 5,370 employees, and had $2.33 billion in revenue in 2014.

Hawaiian Airlines FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Hawaiian Airlines?
Answer 1: The phone number for Hawaiian Airlines is (808) 835-3700.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Hawaiian Airlines?
Answer 2: The CEO of Hawaiian Airlines is Mark B. Dunkerley.

Question 3: Who founded Hawaiian Airlines?
Answer 3: Hawaiian Airlines was founded by in .

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Madison Kane August 18, 2019 at 11:11 pm

Former employee pls call 415351XXXX


Jane Fricke February 24, 2019 at 10:41 pm

February 24, 2019

To Whom It May Concern:

I just booked my first and possibly last flight on Hawaiian Airlines.

I am uncomfortable with the plane not having movie screens for each customer when flying in the bulk head. I had just paid for premium upgrade. I am glad that
the clerk on the phone warned me that you are monitor challenged. I do not have a tablet to bring on board like she suggested. This means I should go buy one? Somehow the other airlines I have used are able to actually install monitors in ALL of their seats.

I just paid $2,700 for this ticket. I spend $10,000 on travel a year. This one ticket
Is the 3rd most expensive thing I have purchased. My house, car and this ticket. When I retire next year, I will try to avoid your company. Please keep services to customers in mind. This is not sitting well with me at all.

Here is my reservation number if someone could get back to me on this:

Jane Fricke

janefricke@ hotmail.com


Gina Lutz September 18, 2017 at 7:25 pm

I have been double charged through Hawaiian Airlines have have been trying to resolve the issue since 12/2016. I initially purchased tickets September 2016 and later upgraded the outgoing tickets from one account of airline miles to first class. A few days later I upgraded the return flight to first class using airline miles. There was a problem the person who did the first upgrade did not complete the action so they had to cancel the first set of tickets out and re-issue one. But they did not issue a credit. I cannot get through to anybody to talk to somebody personally I have had several emails to no avail The accounting department or advocate consumer affairs and I see that there were two sets of tickets issued for the same flight and airline miles redeemed. I have asked to speak to somebody but the response was they are not allowed to talk to people over the phone. When I did talk to them over the phone initially supervisors were to call me back three times and never heard from them. I posted on Twitter and got a response but the consumer affairs advocate people said that they cannot talk to anybody over the phone it has to be done via email or fax or later. This has caused me great discomfort it ruin my vacation because I saw that there was a double charge on my card and had to be careful spending money on my vacation I would not recommend using using HAWAIIAN AIRLINES again.


James Bassler December 5, 2016 at 3:37 am

My connecting flight from Lihue to Honolulu, left 15 minutes before the posted departure time. There was nobody at the gate at 9:30 for the 9:40 flight. It was posted on the screen that flight 378 on 12/4/16 would be leaving in 10 minutes. There wasnt even a gate agent to talk to. I have never heard of a plane leaving before its published time. This required my family to wait around for another hour and a half to get the last fligh of the night. This is very poor service and nobody was even apologetic. Unbelievable. I will never use them again.


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