Hawaiian Airlines declared on Wednesday that it has received the first of up to 27 new wide-body Airbus aircrafts.
The Airbus A330-200, which has 294 seats, was accepted by Hawaiian Airlines during an official ceremony at the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France.
The aircraft is due to arrive at Honolulu International Airport on the 3rd of May, after which it will undertake the arrangements to start service on the Honolulu-Los Angeles route in the beginning of June.
The airline will be equipped with 27 new Airbus aircrafts joining its fleet by the end of this decade.
Three A330s are being rented and will unite with Hawaiian’s fleet this year.
Source: Trade Markets