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Hawaiian Airlines upgrade for more legroom

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:58 p.m. HST, Oct 29, 2013


Hawaiian Airlines said today it is redesigning its long-haul seating configuration on its Airbus A330 aircraft and will offer a new class of seats next year that offer more legroom and other amenities.

The new Extra Comfort economy seats will debut on all of Hawaiian's A330s on June 1 and will feature five more inches of legroom for a total of 36 inches. Hawaiian said the pricing for those seats are not available yet. 

In addition to more legroom, travelers who upgrade to Extra Comfort will receive priority boarding at the departure gate; complimentary on-demand in-seat entertainment featuring dozens of movies and TV shows; personal electrical power outlet to charge laptops and other electronic devices (some aircraft may not be equipped by June); souvenir pillow and blanket set (on international routes only); and premium meal selections (on international routes only).







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fonzie56 wrote:
If decision makers at Hawaiian Airlines sees this, can you please consider offering an amount of mileage for this upgrade? That would be super! Thank you!
on October 29,2013 | 11:35AM
SueH wrote:
The aircraft will still carry the same number of passengers, so the "extra" leg room will come at the expense of those travelling coach, who's seats will be crammed even closer together for the price of a "standard" ticket.
on October 29,2013 | 11:37AM
localguy wrote:
There is no "Aloha" in Hawaiian airlines. Just take, take, take, nickel and dime passengers for every cent they can so their CEO an continue living their lavish life style. Just another day in the Nei.
on October 29,2013 | 01:18PM
samidunn wrote:
The only airline I know of that still gives you a meal between Honolulu and the westcoast.
on October 29,2013 | 04:07PM
kainalu wrote:
How wonderful of Hawaiian Airlines to try and make the travel more comfortable - AT A PRICE! Shameful.
on October 29,2013 | 11:42AM
cojef wrote:
It's always been about money. Every effort is being made to squeeze the traveling public. Stateside one can travel by bus, and have used Greyhound numerous times a while back many years ago. Beats driving between Houston and New Orleans if you can get someone to drive you down to the bus depot. Great place New Orleans!
on October 29,2013 | 11:50AM
Newsizs wrote:
cojef, Hawaii is also a state.
on October 29,2013 | 12:41PM
localguy wrote:
Naahhh, a 5th world, banana boat, US state wannabee.
on October 29,2013 | 01:19PM
W_Williams wrote:
Someone already said it...Hawaii is a state and has been since 1959. Stateside. What a dumb word.
on October 29,2013 | 04:04PM
bluehawaii21 wrote:
Me luv Hawaiian Air
on October 29,2013 | 02:26PM
rytsuru wrote:
So basically you have the same amount of legroom and space circa 1980's airplanes....and yes it does mean that everybody else is going to be smooshed since there was an article a few days back that mentioned airlines were reducing the chair widths and depths AGAIN!
on October 29,2013 | 04:23PM
rigormortis wrote:
Are flared pants back in style?
on October 29,2013 | 05:04PM
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