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Hawaiian Unveils New Business-Class Seats

Hawaiian Airlines announced this week that it will be adding 180-degree lie-flat seats to the business cabins of its Airbus A330, which the carrier currently uses on most of its North American and international routes from Hawaii.


The premium leather seats will also feature ottomans and be accompanied by new cabin additions such as mood-lighting, bright accent panels, and curved surfaces that are designed to resemble winds and ocean.


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diver858 October 23, 2015

Would be nice to see Alaska do SOMETHING to enhance their first class product on ETOPS to Hawaii, Costa Rica - seat pitch just doesn't cut it.