Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures. Currently Hawaiian Airlines operated 24 wide-body long haul aircraft Airbus A330-200 to serve domestic and international flights.

Each plane is assembled at the Airbus facility in Toulouse, France, then flown 16 hours and 6,600 miles to Hawaii, often non-stop. After that, HNL to LAX is like a quick trip to Molokai!

Upon delivery, each Hawaiian Airlines A330 is auspiciously named for a celestial body of particular importance to ancient Polynesian navigators, from Hokupaa (Polaris) to Hanaiakamalama (Southern Cross).

Previously, A330-200 is the only Airbus aircraft on Hawaiian Airlines fleet, but today Airbus A321neo is added to their fleet.

Airbus A330 243 N384HA cn 1259 Hōkūpa‘a Hawaiian Airlines HAL Headquarters Honolulu Hawaii 05082012 Tokyo Haneda AirportHNDRJTT
Airbus A330 243 N384HA cn 1259 Hōkūpa‘a Hawaiian Airlines HAL Headquarters Honolulu Hawaii 05082012 Tokyo Haneda AirportHNDRJTT

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Airbus A330-200 Aircraft Details Ages and Registration Number

RegAircraftName
N360HAAirbus A330-243Tutukamolehonua
N361HAAirbus A330-243Hoku Mau
N370HAAirbus A330-243Kuamoʻo
N373HAAirbus A330-243Kūkalani’ehu
N374HAAirbus A330-243Melemele
N375HAAirbus A330-243Humu
N378HAAirbus A330-243Kaukamalama
N379HAAirbus A330-243Pau-ahi
N380HAAirbus A330-243Makali‘i
N381HAAirbus A330-243Hokūle‘a
N382HAAirbus A330-243Iwakeli’i
N383HAAirbus A330-243Hanaiakamalama
N384HAAirbus A330-243Hōkūpa‘a
N385HAAirbus A330-243Manaiakalani
N386HAAirbus A330-243Heiheionakeiki
N388HAAirbus A330-243Nahiku
N389HAAirbus A330-243Keali’iokonaikalewa
N390HAAirbus A330-243Nāmāhoe
N391HAAirbus A330-243Hokulei
N392HAAirbus A330-243Hikianalia
N393HAAirbus A330-243Lehuakona
N395HAAirbus A330-243A’a
N396HAAirbus A330-243Keoe
N399HAAirbus A330-243Kūmau

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Airbus A330-200 Cabin Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Hawaiian Airlines operates the Airbus A330-200 on long-haul flights.

This aircraft flies with 18 seats of First Class and 276 seats of Economy Class.

The Airbus A330-200 aircraft are currently undergoing an update with lie flat beds in their First Class Premium Cabins.

The lie flat bed seats have been designed with aspects from Hawaii’s environment such as curves, earth tone colors, and natural wood.

First cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200 (332) V1

First cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 200 332 V1
First cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 200 332 V1

The cabin of Airbus A330-200 has 294 passenger seats of two classes: first class and economy class.

First class may transport 18 passengers.

The seats of the business class are located in three rows, per 6 in each.

Passengers of the seats of the 1st row will take advantage of extra legroom.

However, close location of the galley and lavatory may cause discomfort.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

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Behind the first class the seats of economy class are located.

The seats of economy class are divided into three sections.

First section consists of 3 rows of seats that have 2-4-2 configuration.

These seats are designated by Hawaiian Airlines as extra comfort seats to reserve which an extra fee should be paid.

All these seats have extra seat pitch.

Passengers of the seats of the 11th row will feel comfortable thanks to extra space for passengers’ legs.

Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

Passengers with babies are often seated on these seats.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 13th row is proximity of the galley and lavatories.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

18 rows of seats are located here. Most of them have 2-4-2 configuration.

The seats of the 14th row are designated as extra comfort seats.

Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom.

These seats are often given to passengers with infants.

However these seats have such disadvantages as: reduced width, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and close location of the galley and lavatory.

The seats 17A and 17J have misaligned windows.

The main disadvantages of the seats of the 31st row are: limited recline and proximity of the lavatories.

Behind another exit row the third section of economy class seats is located.

Thanks to the exit row in front the seats 33CDEGoffer extra legroom.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories.

As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is slightly reduced.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

These sears are designated by Hawaiian Airlines as extra comfort seats as well as the seats 34AB and 34HJ.

An extra charge should be paid to reserve these seats.

The seats 34AB and 34HJ have the same disadvantages as the seats 33CDEG plus these seats may have less legroom because of the crew seats located in front.

Due to missing seats behind the seats 42C and 42G are often bumped by other passengers passing by and service carts.

All AB and HJ seats of the rows 43-46 because of curvature of the airplane feel cramped and narrower.

The seats 43CEG may have less legroom but extra storage space.

Because of the bulkhead located behind the seats 46CEG have limited or no recline.

Close location of the lavatories may cause discomfort as well.

The seats 47AB and 47HJ are considered bad seats as they may be less reclining.

Proximity of the lavatory and galley is another disadvantage of these seats.

Second cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200 (332) V2

Second cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 200 332 V2
Second cabin seating chart and seat map of the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 200 332 V2

Second version of Airbus A330-200 may accommodate 278 in three types: 18 in business class, 68 in economy comfort class and 192 in economy class.

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18 flat bed seats of the first class are located in the first 3 rows and have 180 degrees recline.

These seats have 2-2-2 configuration.

All these seats are easily transformed into bed.

The seats of the 1st row may have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Also the noise from the galley and lavatory may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 1BCGH.

Economy class seats are divided into three sections.

First section contains just 2 rows of seats that are designated by Hawaiian Airlines as economy comfort seats.

Passengers of the seats 11CDEG will take advantage of additional space for their legs and of extra seat pitch.

At the same time the width of these seats is reduced a little because the tray tables are in the armrests and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The other seats of the 11th row, i.e. the seats 11AB and 11HJ have extra pitch and legroom as well.

In addition passengers of these seats will have a quieter flight because this section contains just 2 rows of seats providing privacy to passengers of these seats and these passengers will be served among first.

An extra fee must be paid to reserve these seats. Only close location of the lavatory and galley may cause some discomfort.

Extra seat pitch will give passengers the seats 12 CDEG additional comfort.

But location of the galley and lavatory behind may be bothersome.

Second section of economy class seats contains 18 rows. 17 rows have 2-4-2 configuration and the last row of the section has just 4 seats in the middle of the cabin.

This section contains 48 seats of economy comfort type.

These seats are located in the rows 14-17 and AB and HJ seats of the rows 18-21.

Passengers of these seats will be served among the first.

These seats have extra pitch. To reserve these seats an extra fee must be paid.

Thanks to position of the bulkhead the seats of the 14th row offer extra legroom.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on these seats as they offer bassinets.

Among disadvantages: noise from the galley and lavatories located in front, these seats are a little narrower than standard because the tray tables are built-in the armrests and there is no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats 30AB, 30C, 30G, 30HJ and 31CDEG while waiting to visit lavatories causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Behind the exit row the last 15 rows of economy class are located. First row in this section, i.e. the seats 33CDEG are the seats of economy comfort type as well as the seats 34AB and 34 HJ.

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Luck all seats of this type these seats have extra seat pitch and to reserve them an additional fee must be paid.

The seats 33CDEG have the following disadvantages: location of the lavatories in front, reduced seat width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The other economy comfort seats of this section, the seats 34AB and 34HJ are considered good seats as there are no seats in front providing additional space for passengers.

However, as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, the width of these seats is reduced a little.

No floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

The seats 42C and 42G are often bumped by other passenger and crew members passing by because these seats juts out into the aisle.

The only disadvantage of the seats 45C, 45G, 46 B and 46H is close location of the lavatory.

Passengers of the seats 46CEG, 47AB and 47Hj will be among the last to deplane upon arrival.

Also, these seats are less reclining than standard and are located close to the galley and lavatory. Due to all these disadvantages these seats are considered bad seats.

Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200 Characteristics

Seating Capacity: 278 seats

First Class

Pitch: 45″ to 46″

Configuration: 2-2-2

Main Cabin

Pitch: 31″ to 32″

Seat Configuration: 2-4-2

*Please note that seat numbers and placement vary from aircraft to aircraft.

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Wide Body Aircraft Airbus A330-200 Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. Audio entertainment on this plane is available in all classes via the seat back touch screen.
  • Video. This new aircraft is equipped with Audio Visual on Demand (AVOD) at each seat back, in all classes. A high-resolution LCD touch screen monitor allows passengers to choose from a wide selection of programming and even connect to their own media players. Passengers sitting in First Class enjoy the added benefits of having a larger monitor and iPod compatibility.The entertainment system also features games and videos. Each system also includes a USB interface for personal media players.
  • AC Power. First Class and Extra Comfort seats feature access to full AC power ports and USB ports.
  • Food. Hawaiian Airlines offers complimentary airline meals or snacks on every Trans-Pacific, South Pacific, and Asia flight. The menu includes a wide array of entrees that combine fine cuisine with traditional island flavors.To check the menu for your next flight, click here and select the route on which you are flying.

    Child Meals may be requested through Hawaiian Airlines Reservations on International flights only, and must be placed at least 48 hours in advance of flight departure. Actual menu items in a Child Meal may vary depending on availability.

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