Hawaii Air History

He has now served as the principal transmitter of the Pacific-Pacific Ocean, Hawaii Air Air, with his birth and destination names, and he served in the inaugural 1929 Inter-Aviation, Liamide, from Hullulo John Rodgers Airport to Maui and Hilo. The largest island in Hawaii, with eight passengers, Pratt and Wayne Re-1340 powered by the Syracuse S-38 Amhabians On November 11, the island's low-water system used substitute water. Initially, starting three weekly rounds, he soon raised the ship with two more S-38s.

Although the demand is affordable, the former is offered by the Chinese Clip Client Pan American World Airlines with the long-range, long-range, four-engine Martin M-130 fleet from Santa Francisco. China shows the importance of an expanding island and postal transport through Honolulu, Midway, Waiga Island, Guam and Manila.

In filling the gap, Interstate acquired 16 Sikorsky S-43s, the first registered NC-15061. It was December 1935, he changed his name to Hawaii Airlines, Limited. Government Certificate of Freight, 2008 On March 20, 1942, he started his cargo service.

Although flight racing in World War II disrupted the trade, it did not stop travelers and cargo between strategic island sources.

The development of aircraft and gradual highway construction began with a long-standing relationship with the Santa Monica-based manufacturer, though it was not clear at the time that the 1941 sub-wing, all-metal, 24-passenger, ground-based Douglas DC had acquired it.

Although it failed to find another satisfactory substitute for the DC-5 traffic check-in process, it was a 195-air-conditioned 44-passenger CV-340 and eventually worked with a 52-passenger 52. CV-440 The Metropolitan Partner returned to Douglas after six years renting two DC-6As and two DC-6Bs.

Piston engines replaced the turboprop in July of 1953, when the piston engines named the British 7-Series V745 in service.

Heaven was cut down. The way Pan American stimulated island travel 25 years ago, so did United Airlines In 1960, when a net-airport service was provided from the American West Coast, the air bridge reduced to five hours and eventually created an equally fast and large capacity for connecting the island's major population centers and bringing visitors to the beaches.

May In 1966 he became the operator of the DC-9 twin aircraft. The first DC-9-10-10 H on the N901H was delivered on March 12, reducing mid-island trips by about 30 minutes. He is a trusted operator of this type of longevity that has long been a work in quantities. May In the DC-9-30 year old. 1965, DC-9-50 in 1975, DC-9-80 (MC 80-1980), and 2006; May In 2001 At 917-200 (NJ-95). He served seven airports on six Hawaiian islands in Honolulu Oahu. Hailo, Hawaii; Kahluy, ma; Cancaca, Moloca Conna, Hawaii; Lanai City, Lana; And Liu, Kay.

When the Boeing 707-320 operator South Pacific Island Airlines (SIA) fell to the ground in 1984, the Hawaii Air Force leased three-quadrant engineering DC-8-62s to Pago Powers, US Samoa, and Nugaolofa, Tonga. For service. More Pacific destinations were added recently.

Thin-Island Island Roads are supported by an additional 30-passenger Shorts SD3-30s and 54-passenger de Havilland, Canada's DHC-7-100s.

A new chapter took place in 2001, when 56-year-old Hawaii-Mainland graduate graduated. June 12, 1985, the first Lauder-Luden L-1011-1, linking the Honolulu to Los Angeles, four of which came second. Subsequent expansion was seen in Seattle, San Francisco, Las Vegas, other Pacific destinations and Sydney, Australia in 1988.

It is the largest and has transitioned to a major international airport, including the Central Pacific Air (737-200s), Central Pacific Air (F.28-4000s) and Discovery (BAe-146-200s). Provider: Eight Hawaiian destinations (Holo, Honolulu, Kahli, Kapalia, Kona, Lana, Liu, and Moloki) until the early 1990's: eight in the Pacific (USA Samoa, Oakland, Guam, Rarotonga, Sydney, Tahiti, Tonga, and Western Samoa) And five supplied by the L-1011 Troystars, the last of the Premd Pacific Pacific service in the American capital (Anchor, Las Vegas Gas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle).

It operates on 230 flights with 23 million daily passengers on 230 flights: eight 54-passenger DHC-7-100s, two 85-passenger DC-9-10cm, 11 139-passenger DC-9-50 cm , Two 170 – Passenger M. -1-81, five 204-passenger DC-8-62s, two 235-passenger DC-8-63s and six 350-passenger L-1011-1s.

The slogan was "Hawaiian: Heaven's Colors."