While its services to Australia and New Zealand currently remain suspended, and as more of the carrier’s employees return to the workplace, Hawaiian Airlines has shared a video to show the ‘new normal’ of flying between the Hawaiian Islands.
Quarantine orders between Hawaii’s neighbour islands have now been lifted, and Hawaiian is taking a major step toward rebuilding inter-island flight schedules from Honolulu, Oahu to Maui, the Big Island, Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai.
Since late March, Hawaiian has been operating a reduced flight schedule within the Hawaiian Islands to support essential travel and cargo transportation.
The airline increased its services between the Hawaiian Islands in June, following the ending of a 14-day quarantine requirement for inter-island passengers as part of a phased reopening of the economy, given the state’s progress containing the spread of COVID-19.
Guests arriving at Hawaiian’s airport lobbies in Hawaii will notice new health and safety protocols including social distancing measures when checking in, boarding and inflight; plexiglass shields at counters and podiums; and frequent cleaning of self-service kiosks and aircraft, including electrostatic disinfection of cabins.
Check out the video below: