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Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Details and Pictures

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Boeing 717 22A N475HA Iiwi at HNL Honolulu International Airport

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Details and Pictures. Boeing 717-200 are at the heart of Hawaiian Airlines’ fast and frequent Neighbor Island service. As a group, they complete over 160 takeoffs and landings every day! The entire fleet (20 aircraft) underwent a complete interior makeover in 2015, with sleeker lines, brand-new seats, solid-aluminum tray tables, and a refreshed color palette. Built specifically for short-range, high-frequency airline routes, the Hawaiian Airlines fleet of Boeing 717-200 jets provide daily connections between 5 destinations on four Hawaiian Islands. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy inter-island air travel each day to Maui, Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii (Kailua-Kona and Hilo).

 

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet N479HA Boeing 717 200 Akepa at Kahului Airport
Hawaiian Airlines Fleet N479HA Boeing 717 200 Akepa at Kahului Airport

 

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Aircraft Details Ages and Registration Number

 

Aircraft Type Reg Airline Config Delivered Status / Fate Prev. Reg Remark Aircraft Name
Boeing 717-200 N488HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Dec 2008 Active VH-NXF Puai’ohi
Boeing 717-200 N489HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Oct 2008 Active VH-NXB Po`ouli
Boeing 717-200 N476HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Mar 2001 Active Elepaio
Boeing 717-200 N475HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Feb 2001 Active I’iwi
Boeing 717-200 N477HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Apr 2001 Active Apapane
Boeing 717-200 N478HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 May 2001 Active Amakihi
Boeing 717-200 N479HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Jun 2001 Active Akepa
Boeing 717-200 N480HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Jun 2001 Active Pueo
Boeing 717-200 N481HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Jul 2001 Active Alauahio
Boeing 717-200 N483HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Sep 2008
(Aug 2001)
Active N604AT Anianiau
Boeing 717-200 N484HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Sep 2001 Active Oma’o
Boeing 717-200 N485HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Oct 2001 Active Palila
Boeing 717-200 N486HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Nov 2001 Active Akikiki
Boeing 717-200 N487HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Dec 2001 Active ʻIo
Boeing 717-200 N490HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Dec 2008 Active VH-NXC O’u
Boeing 717-200 N491HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Feb 2012 Active N912ME lsd Akohekohe
Boeing 717-200 N492HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Jan 2012 Active N919ME lsd Ewa ‘Ewa
Boeing 717-200 N494HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Feb 2017 Active EI-FBK 494, lsd Koa’e Kea
Boeing 717-200 N493HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Dec 2011 Active N922ME lsd ‘Ua‘u
Boeing 717-200 N495HA Hawaiian Airlines C8Y120 Mar 2017 Active EC-LPM 495, lsd `Akiapola`au

 

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Cabin Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Hawaiian Airlines operates the Boeing 717-200 on short-haul flights. This aircraft flies in a configuration of 8 First Class seats and 120 Economy Class seats.

 

Seat map and seating chart Boeing 717-200 (717) Hawaiian Airlines

The seats of the first class are located in two rows per 4 in each. Passengers of the seats 1AB and 1EF will take advantage of extra legroom for their legs. These seats may have no floor storage during take-off and landing. The seat 1A is considered good seat. The seats 1B and 1EF are located close to the galley and lavatory that may cause discomfort.

Economy class consists of 23 rows of seats that have 2-3 configuration.

The seats of the 4th row are considered good seats as they offer extra legroom. However, as the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. These seats are first reserved for disabled persons.

Because of the exit row located behind, the seats of the 15th row are less reclining or not reclining at all.

As the seats of the 16th row are located between two exit rows passengers of these seats on the one hand will take advantage of extra legroom but on the other hand these seats have limited recline. As the seats located in front do not recline, passengers of the seats 16AB and 16DEF will have more space. Among other disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

The only disadvantage of the seats 19A and 19F are misaligned windows.

The seats 25A and 25F are quite noisy as they are located near the engines that also block the view out of windows.

The seats of the last 26th row are considered bad seats as they are less reclining than standard, have no windows, located close to the engines. Proximity of the lavatories is another disadvantage.

 

Boeing 717-200 Hawaiian Airlines Specification and Configuration

Seating Capacity: 123 – 128 Seats

First Class

19″H x 18″W x 28″L

Recline: 11″

Pitch: 37″

Seat Configuration: 2-2

Main Cabin

18″W x 15.7″- 18.5”D x 27.5″-29”H

Recline: 6” or Pre-Reclined to 20 degrees

Pitch: 29″ to 31″

Seat Configuration: 2-3

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

 

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Narrow Body Aircraft Boeing 717-200 Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. Hawaiian Airlines offers a variety of audio selections.
  • Food. Complimentary beverage service is offered on inter-island flights.

 

Hawaiian Airlines Fleet Narrow Body Inter-Island Aircraft Boeing 717-200 Images Gallery

 

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