This month Hawaiian Airlines kicked off the start of the airline’s 90th Year of continuous service and simultaneously celebrated Thanksgiving with an event for industry partners in Sydney.
Over 170 guests attended the celebration with HA’s Australian team.
“On behalf of Hawaiian Airlines, I want to say thanks to you our friends in the industry for your generous support and also to the Hawaiian Airlines Aussie team present in the room,” said Karen Macmillan, Director of Sales for Australia and Partnerships Australia and New Zealand.
Macmillan said 2018 was a special year for HA, as Hawaiian proudly entered its 90th year of continuous service on 11 November. The airline’s first flight took off in then as an Interisland Airways flight from Honolulu to Hilo on the Big Island, with a stop in Maui. The flight took 3 hours and 15 minutes and heralded the start of commercial aviation in Hawaii.
Macmillan also said the team is looking forward to welcoming HA’s new Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand Andrew Stanbury, when he commences from 2 January, 2019.