Hawaiian Airlines donates to local non-profits through free IFE

Hawaiian Airlines has introduced complimentary IFE on all transpacific flights.

To celebrate, throughout July, each time guests onboard Hawaiian’s flights view any IFE content, the airline will award one mile to benefit three local non-profits featured on its Hawaiian Skies channel – Na Kama Kai, Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) and the state of Hawai’i Department of Land and Natural Resources’ (DLNR) Malama Hawai’i initiative.

“As Hawaii’s airline, we are proud to share with our guests the many stories that make our island home so special. In the last year, we’ve featured over 300 programs that were either about Hawai’i, filmed in Hawai’i, or showcased local actors or directors,” said Evan Nomura, product manager of in-flight entertainment at Hawaiian Airlines. “This month, we are excited to engage our guests as we express our mahalo to organisations that have shared their stories to entertain us but also educate us about important issues affecting our home.”

Guests onboard Hawaiian’s A330 aircraft enjoy seatback monitors in the Main Cabin and 13-inch tablets in the Premium Cabin. The A321neo features wireless streaming in-flight entertainment for personal devices through the Hawaiian Airlines app.

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