Hawaiian Airlines recently introduced into service the Airbus A321neo, a next-generation, super-efficient aircraft that will complement Hawaiian’s current fleet of Airbus 330-200, Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 717 aircraft.
The narrow-body, mid-range A321neo will be utilized primarily on routes between the Neighbor islands and the Mainland—including smaller regional airports—allowing cargo customers to bypass major airport transit hubs.
“The A321 aircraft will provide our customers with enhanced options for shipping their cargo to and from Hawaii, resulting in greater convenience and cost-efficiencies,” says Brad Matheny, Hawaiian Airlines Cargo managing director.
Maui-Portland service and Maui-Oakland service began in January 2018. Kauai-Oakland service, Kona-Los Angeles service and Honolulu-Long Beach service will soon follow.
For more information on the A321neo aircraft, please visit https://www.hawaiianaircargo.com/ship/aircraftspecs.