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Hawaiian Airlines has shared the details of its new sustainable amenity kits and soft product.
The carrier’s business class passengers on some of its longer routes will be able to enjoy the new collection of Noho Home by Jalene Kanani Bell goodies from November 6, 2023.
“Our collaboration with Noho Home was born out of the shared desire to create a sense of place and establish a connection to home while we bring our guests to their destination,” said Alisa Onishi, Senior Director of Brand and Community and Cultural Relations at Hawaiian Airlines. “We are very proud of the creativity behind these designs and can’t wait for our guests to receive them.”
Let’s take a look at Hawaiian’s most sustainable amenities yet.
Hawaiian’s New Sustainable Amenity Kits and Bedding
Updates are coming to the “soft product” on all Hawaiian long-haul flights across all cabin classes. The phrase “soft product” refers to elements of inflight service that aren’t rigid and includes things such as the service flow, bedding, amenity kits, and more.
Passengers flying internationally or on long-haul flights between Hawaii and Austin (AUS), Boston (BOS), and New York (JFK), will enjoy the new products from November 6, 2023.
Products will be adorned in three motifs — Kilo Hōkū, Lele, and ‘Ōlali — names all coming from ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i’ (the Hawaiian language).Hot Tip:
In addition to these new onboard products, Hawaiian is just a few months away from launching its all-new, state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. Passengers will get to experience the brand-new jet first on the airline’s routes between the West Coast and Hawaii in early 2024.
Rather than handing out a traditional amenity kit full of goodies, Hawaiian’s business class travelers will instead receive a recycled plastic canvas bag. In an attempt to minimize as much waste as possible, passengers will be able to add to the few essential items already in the bag by picking from a further à la carte list of items.
It doesn’t stop there, though. The plush new quilts and mattress pads in business class are also made from recycled plastic.
Passengers flying in Extra Comfort or standard economy seats will also receive amenity kits as of November 6. These kits will sport the Lele design.
There’s a lot to look forward to when flying Hawaiian Airlines in the coming months. First, passengers in all cabins will get to enjoy a new soft-product offering on long-haul flights. Then, in 2024, the airline will debut its brand-new Dreamliner!
Featured Image Credit: Hawaiian Airlines
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