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I had an Extra Comfort seat and it was great. Kind staff, comfy seat, and I was lucky to have a row to myself. Would definitely fly Hawaiian Airlines again.

Flew BOS-HNL about 11 hours. Overall seat comfort was good, however, there are a lot strange quirks about Hawaiian FC. There is an odd placed foot rest with FC asile seats that make it cumbersome to get in and out. For inflight entertainment, FAs pass out large iPads that fit into a rig that doesn't move, so getting in/out of the seat that that set up is awkward. Lots of cords as they have to plug it in plus headset, just seemed messy to me. I guess I expected something like international food service on this flight - it was not - very basic small portions. The crew was good, but made little effort asking if we wanted drinks/snacks after the food service - had to get up and ask - then they waited on you. It's a strange first class product. I flew back in 18B in Comfort Economy and TBH I thought it was a better experience than first. 18B was a comfortable seat and I had no issues feeling comfortable for 10 hours. FC on Hawaiian from BOS-HNL is not worth the 2K fare I paid so I'd recommend doing Comfort economy, just bring some snacks and drink as the food service in economy is aligned with the mediocre FC service.

Great seat, very comfy in upright and reclined positions. Plenty of room. Flight attendants were very attentive and sweet. During the flight they had the curtain closed and seemed very quiet, so I wasn't bothered by any noise or aisle traffic. Thankfully I had a thick sweater with me but I was surprised at the low quality of the soft goods. The 'blanket' provided was barely thicker than a sheet and the pillow very flimsy. I was expecting better for a first class product and based on their website photos.

Seats have a mini plug receptacle for earphones with a jack for a mini plug on the front of the armrest. I had to ask a flight attendant where this was. With seat fully reclined, I could stretch out flat (in a straight line, not horizontal) with feet under the seat in front of me. That wouldn't work if you have a bulky item you need to store under the seat in front of you.

The centre row C/D seats have less room because of the bulkhead in front of 1C/D. As a 5'11" person I could feel both ends of the seat when fully flat. The window seats A/B and H/J have about 8" more room, and I was fine when fully reclined. Though the foot rest on is narrow, and you're in danger of falling off it in the window seats, because of the extra 8" gap.

I found the value for money extremely good. No Champagne but Mai Tai´s. Staff very good. Perfect beginning and end to an Hawaiian vacation. Found the seats very comfy, just a bit odd for privacy when flying solo.

Hawaiians business class wasn't as great as I was hoping it would be. I wish the foot/leg rest and backrest had independent controls, there is only a turn wheel in the armrest that operates both in unison. The angled seats aren't great and the large tablet for entertainment is good in theory, but its not connected to when the flight attendant or pilot make announcements and when you have a window seat your almost boxed in by it as the swivel arm only swivels about 15 degrees out. Its a shame because Hawaiian do so many things so brilliantly. I wanted it to be great but it just fell short :(

This seat has narrow armrests, so you fight with your neighbor for arm position. Also, no air adjustment. After 2 hours my bottom hurt from the thinly padded seats. Be sure to bring a seat pad. Leg room is good for 6'2". Barely wide enough for a normal sized person.

My friend who sat next to me was ill and vomited.The hostesses were not helpful, expected her to do all the cleaning, gave her a packet of coffee beans but didn't tell her what to do with them and did not provide enough towels for the cleanup.She was not provided with sick bags.

My wife and I have flown the Hawaiian A330 both in First Class and premium economy (Comfort) and are hooked. The lie-flat seats in First Class are quite nice and have a unique look. Very pleasant service by the flight attendants, decent food served with complimentary Mai Tais, and an ok selection of movies and TV shows (download from Netflix before flying!) All in all, we have abandoned United from LAX to Hawaii, particularly when flying on this plane to and from Honolulu. We are trying the A321neo in November to Lihue and will report afterwards....

Seat 11J is actually a very nice seat. Seats 11J and 11H are in a private section of the plane – sectioned off from the business class area and from the stewardess platform behind. There are twelve seats in total in this section (two middle rows of four seats, as well as a row of two seats on the left and right side of the plane). 11J is a nice private seat with no disturbance from ANY passengers, there are no other seats around (apart from your neighbour in 11H). Quite delightful actually. The bulkhead is not a problem at all except that you are looking at a wall with a master TV screen, but you have your own pull out TV from under the seat. There are two windows giving a lot of light and it’s easy to gaze out the nearer window from the seat. The seat DOES RECLINE (as do seats 11C, 11A, 11B). There was a lot of leg room: I could rest my feet flat against the wall with my legs straight (I’m 167cm) and I could exit my seat without disturbing the rather large passenger next to me (with a little agility). The toilet behind the seat is actually quite far removed in a whole different section so I could not hear it at all, and there is an area behind the seat section for people waiting to use the toilet, so the toilet was in no way disturbing to seat 11J. The crew platform behind this section of the plane could be potentially disturbing from staff chatting loudly, but this was really not a problem for me, and actually more of a convenience because they attended to my calls very quickly and we got served first for food! The only issue with 11J is that you cannot keep your bag on the floor, and you have to store in it the overhead, and there is limited space in the overheads for this section of the plane. Again – not a problem at all in my case. I would choose seat 11J or 11A again.

The only U.S. airline with free meal service on domestic flights, and decent legroom when behind the First Class Cabin. Nice recline and service.

12G Bostin to Hawaii *bad- The safety belts were old faded and frayed as were the "extra comfort" seats they had certainly seen better days for such a long haul flight. The jetfuel odour was overwhelming and there is no air vent in 12G. Seat does not recline *good- service was wonderful loads of leg room but non reclining seats on a long haul flight?? Who would do that to their customers that are paying for this. 12G should not be a premium seat.

Best coach airline seat I've had in a long time. The seat was a little narrow, but reclined further than I've ever seen a coach seat. I'm 6 foot tall and had plenty of legroom. Made the 6 hour flight from Hawaii comfortable. There was USB power at our seat, but no 110V. The seats all had built in TV screens to be used. The flight also came with meal service, a very nice thing to have on a flight that left in the afternoon. The plane was also surprisingly quiet, better than expected being behind the engines.Hawaiian earned me as a future customer for their great service.

Extra comfort If you need legroom definitely plenty more plus board early. Chair same as others. Board second and leave first. Close to beginning of meal service and lavatory. Worth another $100? Probably not unless the meal service was slightly better quality to make up for cost.

These seats are terrible. We've flown these exact seats a few years ago, before they installed a wall from the ceiling to the floor between first class and these seats. There is limited legroom now. If you are over 5' 10" tall you will be pressing your feet onto the wall for a long-haul flight, unable to stretch out. The seats are stiff and uncomfortable too. Don't know why they are called "Extra Comfort" seats.

This is the most uncomfortable airline seat i have ever sat in. Before Hawaiian airlines changed to the A 330 they flew the Boing 767 on this route and it was much more comfortable. Ive flown Hawaiian every year for the last 18 years because of the comforable seats. I will loook at other airlines.

Good seats to have. Found the extra leg room great and they also had a good recline as well. The only issue to me is you can see first class from here...

I'm not sure if it was just my specific seat but I found the cushions to be slightly uncomfortable. Legroom seemed pretty tight for a seat with 31" pitch, and it only got worse if the passenger in front of you reclines. I would definitely recommend paying up for an Extra Comfort seat if you're over 6' tall.

(to add to my previous negative comment). The proximity to the lavatory means every few minutes a loud banging of the lavatory door and loud talking among people gathering in that area.

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Hawaiian Airlines A330 Seat Map

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Hawaiian Airlines A330 Seat Specifications

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Hawaiian Airlines A330 Seat Map Overview

As the Hawaiian Airlines A330 seat map reveals, it is a plane for long-haul travels. The aircraft comes in two distinct compartments, First and Economy Class.

The comfy, one-of-a-kind cabin decor that Hawaiian Airlines is known for is a major selling point. The First cabin, for example, was styled after the breathtaking scenery of Hawaii. There are 260 seats available in Economy Class; while the First cabin comprises 18 seats, all of which recline fully.

The Airbus A330 Hawaiian provides first-rate entertainment to all passengers. A touchscreen in the seatback allows passengers in every cabin to enjoy AVOD.

While relaxing in front of the LCD touch screen display, you may decide to see a film, documentary, music videos or a video game. If you can’t locate the movie, game, or song that catches your attention, just hook up your media player.

Seats in the Hawaiian Airlines A330 First cabin include a larger LCD screen that is iPad-compatible. The LCD display also has a USB port for playing media.

Free meals and snacks are provided on all Asia, South Pacific, and Trans-Pacific flights on Hawaiian Airline Airbus A330. You may expect authentic island tastes and dishes.

Hawaiian Airline Airbus A330-200 Version 1: Best Seats

There are 18 seats on the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 First Class seats, organized in three rows of six. The first row of seats has been upgraded to provide for more comfort for passengers. Because of their closeness to the restroom and galley, some first-row passengers may feel uneasy, and there is no space for luggage on the floor during takeoff and landing.

Economy Class

The A330 Hawaiian Economy Class seats are located behind First Class. The first of the cabin’s three parts is structured in a 2-4-2 configuration.

The 13th row seats are great, with the exception that they are near the restrooms and galley. Legroom is much improved on the 11th row compared to the preceding rows. These seats on the Hawaiian airlines A330 seat map may not be to your liking since the built-in tray tables make the armrests rigid and the breadth of the seat less than ideal.

At the back of the plane, near the emergency exit, you’ll find the second part of Economy Class. There are 18 rows here, arranged in a 242 layout

There is the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 extra comfort seats in the 14th row. They’re great for parents on a trip with their young children because of the extra legroom they provide. Although these seats are cheaper, they have a number of limitations, including closeness to the galley and restrooms, a lack of overhead compartments, and narrower seats. The seats on the 31st row are terrible since they don’t recline much and are far from the bathrooms.

Due to their location in front of an exit row, passengers sitting in 33CDEG in the last section of the Economy Class on Airbus A330 Hawaiian Airlines will have greater legroom than those in any other seats in the cabin. When passengers are waiting to use the restroom closeby, they tend to congregate around this area, which might be awkward. There is less space between seats because of the tray tables that are built into the armrests.

Seats 34AB and 34HJ must be requested in advance and incur a fee owing to the additional comforts they provide. However, their closeness to the kitchen and restrooms, decreased legroom, and the seat width makes the seats slightly unsuitable.

Because of the plane’s curve, seats AB and HJ in the 43rd and 46th rows are narrow. The 43CEG chairs provide less leg space. Because of the bulkhead, they do not recline very far and, like seats 47AB and HJ, are close to the restroom and galley, adding to their inconvenience.

Hawaiian Airline Airbus A330-200 Version 2: Best Seats

Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 200 has a Business cabin with 18 flat bed seats that recline 180 degrees in a 2-2-2 layout.

Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330 Business cabin seats are among the most luxurious. A traveler has the option to recline their seat all the way and sleep while on board.

It’s interesting to note that a few of the chairs in this cabin are less than ideal. Due to the possibility of noise from the restroom and kitchen, seats 1BCGH are not the best choice because. Also, there is no space for luggage under the first row seats.

Airbus A330 200 Hawaiian Airlines has a three-class economy cabin. There is extra legroom in First section seats 11CDE and G. Nonetheless, their breadth is somewhat reduced due to the tray tables housed in the armrests.

There is more space for both your feet and your legs in seats 11AB and 11HJ in the 11th row. Since there are fewer people seated in this section, you can expect a rather peaceful trip. The only drawback is that the kitchen and bathroom are close to this section.

There is greater space for legs in seat 12CDEG. It may be inconvenient for some since the kitchen and restroom are near it.

There are 18 rows of seating in the Economy section of the second compartment of the Hawaiian Airbus A330. There is a 2-4-2 layout for the first 17 rows of seats.

There are some of the nicest seats on the aircraft in the 14th row. Because of the bassinets in each seat, they are often reserved by parents transporting newborns. Built-in trays make seating uncomfortable, and under-seat storage is inaccessible during landings and takeoffs.

Seats 30AB, 30C, 30G, 30HJ, and 31CDEG on the Hawaiian A330 are among the least desirable due to their proximity to the bathrooms and the resulting congestion. Seats 42C and 42G are in a particularly inconvenient location in the aisle, therefore they are often unwanted contact from other passengers and staff. Because of their closeness to the restroom, seats 33CDEG, 45C, 45G, 46B, and 46H are likewise undesirable.

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The business class on the Airbus A330-200 by Hawaiian Airlines offers a perfect blend of luxury and functionality. With 18 seats, passengers can recline in spacious pods, savor gourmet dishes, and stay productive with onboard connectivity. The crew, well-versed with the aircraft's offerings, ensures a seamless and opulent journey.

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For travelers seeking that extra touch of comfort, Hawaiian Airlines's premium economy on the Airbus A330-200 is the ideal choice. With 68 seats, passengers are treated to enhanced seating, priority services, and a diverse entertainment selection. The crew's commitment ensures a journey that's smooth and enhanced at every step.

Travelers aboard Hawaiian Airlines's Airbus A330-200 in economy class can expect a functional and inviting environment. Tailored for long-haul routes and 192 passengers, it provides essential comforts paired with a vast entertainment selection. The crew remains attentive and dedicated, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable flight experience.

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The Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200 is fitted out in a 18J 260M configuration which includes 68 Extra Comfort seats in Economy. The Extra Comfort seats are indicated in the plan with wenge brown accents.

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Flight review: The longest US domestic flight, Hawaiian Airlines' Boston to Honolulu on the A330 in first class

Wallace Cotton

During the COVID-19 crisis, our team has temporarily ceased taking review trips. However, we have resumed the publication of new, previously unpublished flight , hotel and lounge reviews, from trips taken before the lockdown. To help keep you entertained — and maybe inspire you — we are also republishing a selection of our most popular reviews from 2019 and 2020, including the one below, which was originally published in April 2019. We hope this will help you choose once we're all ready to start booking trips again.

Note that the flight reviewed in this article is currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a schedule published by Hawaiian Airlines , all flights to the mainland except for one daily service each to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle are suspended until May 20, 2020.

This article has been lightly edited from the original.

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Under most circumstances, flying over 11 hours nonstop across six time zones means you're flying internationally. On Hawaiian Airlines' nonstop from Boston to Honolulu , the longest US domestic flight in history, this isn't the case. In April 2019, Hawaiian Airlines broke its own record for the longest domestic nonstop — New York-JFK to Honolulu (HNL) — by going about 100 miles farther to another East Coast metropolis, also with the Airbus A330-200.

We were aboard the carrier's very first flight from Boston (BOS) to Hawaii's capital city, in first class, no less.

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Being based in New York City, I needed to get to Boston before catching the long-haul to Honolulu. We decided to use JetBlue for the positioning flight the evening before. Word to the wise: Don't let the 40-minute flight time between New York and Boston fool you. If you have a choice, take the train. Factoring in rush-hour traffic, crowded public transit and flight and taxi delays, you'll by lucky if you get in any earlier than if you'd come by train (or even bus, for that matter). That being said, I'd be staying overnight at the airport hotel, so coming right into the airport did make sense in this case.

Related: Planes versus train: What's the fastest way from Boston to NYC?

You can redeem your points and miles for Hawaiian Airlines flights, but availability is quite hard to come by. If you get lucky and find a saver award, you'll need 40,000 HawaiianMiles for a one-way ticket in first class. And, Hawaiian is a 1:1 transfer partner of American Express Membership Rewards, so it's relatively easy to build your account balance with Hawaiian.

Predictably, there was no availability at the saver level for the brand-new flight, so we paid $2,145 for a round-trip flight between Boston and Honolulu, with the outbound segment in first class and the return in economy. We charged the ticket to The Platinum Card® from American Express to take advantage of the card's 5x bonus category on flights purchased directly with the airline or through Amex travel (starting Jan. 1, 2021, earn 5x points on up to $500,000 on these purchases per calendar year). We earned a total of 10,725 Membership Rewards points for the purchase, which are worth about $204 according to TPG's current valuations .

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Hawaiian Airlines 89 had a scheduled departure time of 8:10am, with boarding scheduled for 7:25am from Gate E5. At Boston Logan, Terminal E is the international terminal.

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Being in the first-class cabin and having TSA PreCheck (included with Global Entry, which I got thanks to the up to $100 credit on my Chase Sapphire Reserve card), I knew I had leeway when it came to beating the morning-rush security line. As this was a domestic flight, I didn't have lounge access included in my first-class ticket. With my Priority Pass membership (also complimentary with my CSR), I could have visited the Air France lounge , but it didn't open until 11:30am. With that in mind, the plan was to go directly to the gate.

I arrived to the airport a little before 7am for the 8:10am flight. I had checked in the day prior and had a mobile boarding pass on my phone. The check-in was pretty quiet by the time I arrived, and I had no checked bags. I proceeded right to security.

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Still, there were people ready to assist anyone with questions, and Logan had self-serve kiosks, as well.

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Security, on the other hand, was a disaster. With my Hawaiian flight, a similarly timed Virgin Atlantic flight to London and presumably a few others, the security line could have easily taken an hour had I not been in first class. Bottom line: Give yourself a little extra time if you're taking this flight.

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Once I finally cleared security, I had a feeling that there would be festivities at the gate prior to this new service. I walked the five minutes or so from the security checkpoint to the gate, passing long lines at Starbucks a few other airport staples.

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On my way to the gate, I caught a glimpse of our chariot in the morning sun. She had arrived just hours before on the first Honolulu-to-Boston service.

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I hadn't been on an inaugural flight before, but it was a blast — by the time I arrived at the gate, festivities were in full swing. There were reporters with their cameras, an array of fresh fruit and coffee and even a brief Hawaiian ceremony to officially open the route.

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After grabbing some fruit and snapping photos of the ceremony, I listened as the gate agents announced that the flight would be boarding early, at 7:15am. Being in Boarding Group 1, I made my way to the boarding queue, where airline employees were handing out leis.

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Within five minutes, my boarding pass had been scanned, and I had been lei'd (those are real flowers, by the way).

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By the time I got to my seat, the first-class cabin was already filling up. Right away, it was clear that Hawaiian aims to bring its aloha spirit inside the cabin — the color scheme and the airiness of the seats got me in the mood for an island adventure.

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The crew announced that at 5,095 miles and a flight time of over 11 hours, this would be the longest-ever regularly scheduled domestic flight in the US, surpassing the airline's New York-JFK route.

Hawaiian Airlines' first class consists of 18 seats in three rows in a 2-2-2 configuration. I was in Seat 3A, a window seat in the last row of the first-class cabin. I felt this would be a good, private seat. I was right.

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Being in the very last row of first class meant I had an extra window behind me, giving me four windows total -- an AvGeek's dream. The other two rows had two or three windows.

The seat itself was clean, but some of the storage areas around it were a bit dirty, with crumbs and scraps from previous flights. It wasn't entirely surprising to me, though. After all, until the airline takes delivery of its snazzy 787s , the A330-200 is Hawaiian Airlines' long-haul workhorse, operating flights from Honolulu to the US, Australia and East Asia.

As much as many premium-cabin travelers would prefer a 1-2-1 configuration ( or 1-1-1 , for that matter), I could excuse it more on Hawaiian, considering the majority of travelers to and from the island are traveling for leisure and with a companion.

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The cabin itself was airy and nice. As TPG's Nick Ellis pointed out in his review of the New York-to-Honolulu flight , you really felt the vacation vibes as soon as you boarded. Plus, there was power and a USB port at each seat, meaning I didn't have to worry about running out of battery on this long flight. There were no personal air vents, though, and the cabin ended up being pretty warm by the end of the flight.

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The seat itself was leather-clad and comfortable. It came with a few amenities (more on that later), including a small pillow that attached to the top of the seat.

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There was a small, leather ottoman that became a part of the bed when it lay flat. The footrest had a half wall that didn't really serve a purpose on window seats but helped with keeping your feet from falling into the aisle if you were seated in an aisle seat. This half wall had another mesh pocket, but it was too small to hold much. If anything, I'd recommend keeping your phone or computer charger here.

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The seat, capable of 180-degree lie-flat, employed an intuitive (although somewhat limited) wheel to control its position. Below that was a USB charging port, a flight-attendant call button and reading-light switch. The other charging port was by my feet.

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In bed mode, the seat was comfortable. Not the comfiest I've been in, but definitely not uncomfortable . At 5 feet, 9 inches, I had no problem. A little more storage space opened up while in lie-flat, but it would've been a little tighter if I'd been a bit wider or much taller than six feet.

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Since not everyone flies with a companion, Hawaiian installed privacy dividers that could be raised and lowered. I tried it out when I wanted to get some rest. It was quite effective and added to the overall aesthetic of the cabin, in my opinion.

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Hawaiian also added a rather clever design feature to the seat that made a big difference in the 2-2-2 configuration. A small space between the ottoman in front of the seat allowed window-seat passengers to pass by anyone seated on the aisle without having to step over them (which typically means straddling them, especially in lie-flat mode). This proved to be hugely helpful in my trips to the bathroom and overhead bins.

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There was a small reading light near the headrest that could be turned on and off with the press of a button.

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The tray table is quite large and could be accessed with a firm press of the leather panel between the seats. I easily fit my 13-inch MacBook Pro next to a glass of water.

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If you're thinking to yourself, "Where's the IFE screen?" the answer is that these seats don't actually have one. Instead, Hawaiian uses an expandable stand built into the seat, and passed out iPads loaded with content once we were airborne. It was a bit clunky (more on that later), but the actual stand used to hold it was effective and wasn't wobbly.

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Besides the IFE setup, the only major qualm I had with the seat was the lack of storage space. With just a small area on either side of the seat, a place for shoes and two other small mesh pockets (one right beside you and one by your feet), I didn't really have much room to put anything other than my phone, some small flexible materials, the amenity kit and the small water bottle that was waiting for me at my seat. On the plus side, the footrest design meant trips to the overhead bin didn't disturb my seatmate, even in bed mode.

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There wasn't anywhere to put my carry-on in front of me during takeoff or landing. During the flight, I was able to leave my backpack in front of me without issue.

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Lastly, the first-class bathroom was neat, with Hawaiian soaps and a linoleum floor with a tile pattern, plus a few flowers.

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Upon boarding, each first-class seat was already stocked with goodies, including a plush, pink blanket, a mattress pad, a small — I'll call it a "day" — pillow and a larger one intended for sleeping. Not too shabby for a domestic flight, even a long one.

The day pillow was nifty — it attached to the top of the headrest with an elastic band. I set it up right away, and it was actually comfortable!

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The blanket was soft and quite comfy as well.

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The larger pillow, bigger than the ones you get in economy but smaller than some of your typical international business-class pillows, was fine but nothing outstanding.

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And the mattress pad was attachable to the seat by running the seatbelt through holes on the side.

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It was a bit thin but still a notable perk, especially considering plenty of carriers don't even offer one in international business class.

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As I mentioned before, the seat felt a bit narrow, but I slept mostly comfortably until turbulence over the Pacific woke me up.

We were airborne within 15 minutes of pushback. Lucky me, I got a sweet view of Boston on departure.

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Takeoff was smooth, and once we cleared 10,000 feet (about five minutes after wheels up), flight attendants came through the cabin and distributed the inflight-entertainment iPads (which, as noted in the previous section, were in lieu of a more traditional seatback screen), over-ear headphones and amenity kits.

Hawaiian Airlines offers amenity kits in multiple classes of service on their long-haul flights (in other words, all flights that aren't intra-island and to the western United States). I really liked them, and I actually reviewed them way back in late 2016.

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Inside were the usual suspects, including moisturizer, a toothbrush, toothpaste, tissues, an eye mask, socks and a comb.

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Upon receiving the iPad, I took out the built-in stand and got ready to watch some movies.

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The headphones were not spectacular but effective enough. If you're hard of hearing or just want to ensure higher-quality audio, as always, I'd recommend bringing your own headphones. Just make sure they have a 3.5 mm cord — the iPads didn't allow any Bluetooth connections.

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The IFE iPad was divided into four categories: movies, TV, audio and games.

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The movies were sorted by category, including new releases, drama, comedy, kids, A-Z, etc. I counted 48 movies total, including five Japanese films. There were several critically acclaimed new releases like "Green Book", "The Favourite," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "A Star Is Born" and a few others.

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Other content was a bit all over the place. There were around a dozen TV shows, but it didn't seem like there were any complete seasons. The kids section consisted of several animated films like "Moana," "The Incredibles," "Frozen," "Cars" and a couple others.

The selection was decent but not extensive. You'll probably run out of content on a long-haul round-trip unless you don't really mind experimenting across genres. The iPad situation was a bit clunky, sure, but it could've been worse. It lacked a map feature, though — for that you had to use the screens in the front of the cabin. Of the three attached to the bulkhead, only one was on. It got the job done, nonetheless.

The iPad holder itself swiveled to allow you to move in and out of your seat. It tilted slightly, as well. That said, it was a little weird to watch in bed mode with the holder above me.

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I chose to watch in a mostly reclined mode, so the screen was more at eye level, and only went the full 180 degrees when it came time to sleep.

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The iPad I received had no problem lasting the entirety of the flight, though I noticed that my seatmate's needed a charge. The cabin crew was quick to deliver him a charger. It seemed easy, given the charging port to the side of the seat. With another USB charging slot, he could have also charged his personal device if he needed to, as well.

Hawaiian's A330s aren't equipped with Wi-Fi, which is a bummer for business travelers and really anyone who would like to get some work done on such a long flight, but most people go to Hawaii to relax, and being disconnected for about 11 hours was a pretty great feeling, not gonna lie.

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Right after taking my seat after boarding, the flight attendants came around, introduced themselves and handed out a choice of beverages: mai tais, prosecco, water or juice. Even though it wasn't even 8am, I couldn't refuse a mai tai, which came in a real glass.

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Soon after, as the rest of the cabin was still boarding, the head flight attendant introduced herself, passed around menus and explained the meal service.

There would be two meals on the flight: The first, a brunch after takeoff, and the second around three hours prior to landing in Honolulu.

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A few minutes later, a different flight attendant introduced herself to me and my seatmate, asked us what we wanted to be called (in case we preferred a nickname, I imagine) and took our drink order, to be served prior to the first meal. I asked for a hot tea. Passengers also received The Boston Globe to peruse throughout the flight.

By 8am, our predeparture drinks had been collected. We pushed back right on time at 8:10am, and five minutes later we were on our way to Runway 33L. (Naturally, I was listening via LiveATC.net ). Meanwhile, they played a brief video on the seat and its various functions.

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Some 35 minutes after taking off right on time (Hawaiian is good at being on time), we got our beverage service. My tea came with macadamia nuts.

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About 50 minutes later, we received our first meal, consisting of two courses. The first, a croissant with fruit, was delicious. I also ordered a coffee (knowing full well onboard coffee isn't the best )

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The second course was a mushroom-and-sundried-tomato quiche with a side of slices of sausage. The sausage was good, but the quiche was mushy.

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Throughout the service, the flight attendants were attentive and constantly checked in to see if we needed anything else.

About two hours into the flight, the meal service had ended, the plates had been collected, and the flight attendants closed all the windows. Notably, they weren't strict with the few who wanted to keep it open.

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20 minutes later, our flight attendant asked us (by name, of course) if we wanted any Hawaiian-made chips or coconut cookies. I asked for a cookie, sat back, reclined and passed the time until halfway over the Pacific, when the next meal came out. There was no Wi-Fi on the aircraft, so there was plenty of time to just relax and and enjoy the flight. In the interim, the flight attendants were constantly walking around to see if anyone needed anything to drink.

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With about three and a half hours left in our flight, cabin crew came around again with tablecloths for the tray tables and a hot washcloth. I love a hot washcloth, especially after sleeping. I also got some more tea.

I had the chicken for the main meal, and asked for a mai tai as well as some more breakfast tea. Soon after, the appetizer course, the smoked-salmon poke, came out with a warm roll. The poke was not great, but the roll was delicious.

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The chicken dish that came in place of the brisket actually proved to be the best food on the flight, served with rice and Brussels sprouts. The chicken breast was breaded in rice crackers and came with a honey-shoyu sauce. It wasn't until after arriving in Hawaii that I realized this was a more typical Hawaiian-style dish, but regardless it was excellent.

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A little while after, the friendly flight attendant offered a chocolate cake with optional whipped cream, and coffee, tea or a dessert liquor.

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About an hour before landing, we were handed a Hawaiian declarations form, though no one ended up collecting them. They also distributed a map of Oahu.

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We passed by some of the other Hawaiian islands on descent into HNL, providing breathtaking views.

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Without a doubt, the strongest part of this flight was the service. Flight attendants called each passenger by name throughout the flight, and were more than willing to help out with any requests. About 15 minutes prior to touchdown, they came through and thanked everybody in first class individually. We even chatted briefly about mai tais (naturally) and traveling to Hawaii, as I had never been before this trip. That may have been deliberate on the inaugural, but the airline's culture clearly shone through. Overall, the food service was a bit on the slow side, but, honestly, props to the crew for not being too speedy, since it was a long daytime flight with no need to rush.

Overall Impression

Hawaiian Airlines offers a solid, but not revolutionary, premium-cabin experience. A very strong crew provided excellent service, and the airline uses a clever design to make 2-2-2 seats work. But, the IFE and ground experience didn't shine as much.

Given that this is the only means to reach Honolulu nonstop from Boston, and that it is a domestic flight, it could be far, far worse. And given the weaker competition on East Coast-to-Hawaii nonstops (looking at you, United ), I'd happily fly Hawaiian on this long-haul again.

Photo by Wallace Cotton / The Points Guy

All photos by the author.

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Seat map Airbus A330-200 “Hawaiian Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

Airbus A330-200 is operated by Hawaiian Airlines on long-haul routes.

First cabin version of the Airbus A330-200 (332) V1

Seat map Airbus A330-200 Hawaiian airlines

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.

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 33CDEG offer 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 version of the Airbus A330-200 (332) V2

Seat map Airbus A330-200 Hawaiian airlines 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.

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 . 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.

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A cabin that takes the passenger experience to new heights.

As the A330neo Family’s largest member, the A330-900 retains the fuselage length of Airbus’ A330-300 variant to accommodate between 260 and 300 seats in a typical three-class layout, or up to 460 in economy class.

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It is a versatile platform that delivers highly efficient performance for airlines, from short-haul segments to long-range routes over distances of up to 7,200nm. 

Key enhancements include the latest-generation Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, along with new technologies and multiple aerodynamic improvements such as new composite winglet devices that extend the wingspan by four metres to generate increased lift and reduce drag.

Designed to be efficient on any sector length, the A330-900 reduces fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions by 25% compared to previous generation aircraft, and offers double digit cost advantages per seat, providing airlines with more revenue opportunities.

A330-900neo cabin

As Airbus launched its new Airspace cabin philosophy with the A330neo Family, passengers on the A330-900 enjoy this truly innovative, inspiring and relaxing environment. 

No detail has been spared when it comes to creating a comfortable setting for passengers that offers more space everywhere – with wide seats, a beautifully lit cabin and the latest generation in-flight entertainment, plus email and Wi-Fi capabilities. 

Whether it’s short, medium or long-haul, everyone can settle in and enjoy the flight with optimum comfort, along with technology they are accustomed to on the ground.  

Utilising the state-of-the-art cabin developments introduced on Airbus’ A350 and encompassing four key pillars (comfort, ambience, services and design), Airspace offers more personal space, a unique welcome area and signature design elements developed by Airbus to transform the A330-900’s cabin into a true representation of luxury.

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  • There are 8 emergency exits, 2 in the front, 4 in the middle, and 2 in the rear.
  • There are 9 toilets, 1 in the front, 6 in the middle, and 2 in the back. One restroom in the middle is for the disabled and one restroom is for women.
  • There are 7 galleys, 2 in the front, 2 in the middle, and 3 in the back.
  • There are 6 baby cradles in the middle.
  • The number of seats is 24 Prestige seats and 248 Economy seats.
  • The space between the seats in rows 1, 7 to 9 in the Prestige Seat (C) section is 190 cm (75 inches), and the seat width is 53 cm (21 inches). In the Economy Class (Y) section, rows 28 to 45 and 46 to 60, the space between the seats is 84 cm to 86 cm (33 inches to 34 inches), and the seat width is 46 cm (18.1 inches).
  • Among Economy Class, there are 2 extra legroom seats, 23 preferred front seats, and 5 handicap seats.

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Hawaiian Airlines' A321neo features streaming content to your own hand-held device, tablet or computer. In order to stream content, download their app from the iOS or Google Play store before you fly and enjoy movies, TV shows and exclusive Hawaiian content.

Personal device holders can be found in the tray tables of First Class as well as the first row of Extra Comfort. For all other seats in Extra Comfort and Economy, you can find device holders in the backrest of the seat infront of you.

First Class and Extra Comfort seats feature access to full AC power ports and USB ports.

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.

Hawaiian Airlines' A321neo seats 189 passengers in a three class configuration. There are 16 First Class seats, 45 Extra Comfort Class seats and 128 Economy Class seats. This aircraft operates flights from the west coast of North America to Hawaii.

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    The A330-200 is the newest addition to the Hawaiian Airlines fleet. Early reports from passengers are generally positive. Some however, have noted that tapping on the touch-screen video monitors placed into the back of every headrest in economy class can be disturbing, therefore seats without a seat behind them might be favored.

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    The company has 24 A330-200s in its fleet for 2024. The advantage of the Airbus A330-200 is its passenger capacity and the large cargo compartment. The aircraft cabin is very roomy, offering 278 passengers a comfortable experience. The A330-200 can be operated on most of Hawaiian's long haul services. Read more.

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    In April 2019, Hawaiian Airlines broke its own record for the longest domestic nonstop — New York-JFK to Honolulu (HNL) — by going about 100 miles farther to another East Coast metropolis, also with the Airbus A330-200. We were aboard the carrier's very first flight from Boston (BOS) to Hawaii's capital city, in first class, no less.

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    First cabin version of the 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.

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    Extra Comfort seats on our Airbus A330s offer extra legroom, priority services, and additional amenities to make your travel experience more comfortable. ... We also offer our Extra Comfort guests their very own power outlets to charge most* approved electronic devices on our Airbus A330 and A321Neo aircraft. ... Hawaiian Airlines. All Rights ...

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    Ideal for West Coast to Hawaii markets, the Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A321neo will offer guests non-stop flights to more islands, starting with service to Maui, Kauai and Kona. ... 44 Extra Comfort premium economy seats, and 128 Economy seats. ... Airbus A330. Airbus A321neo.

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    The space between the seats in rows 1, 7 to 9 in the Prestige Seat (C) section is 190 cm (75 inches), and the seat width is 53 cm (21 inches). In the Economy Class (Y) section, rows 28 to 45 and 46 to 60, the space between the seats is 84 cm to 86 cm (33 inches to 34 inches), and the seat width is 46 cm (18.1 inches).

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