Hawaiian Airlines to revamp A330 cabins, adding 18 lie-flat seats

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Hawaiian Airlines has unveiled a cabin redesign on its fleet of Airbus A330-200s featuring 18 lie-flat premium cabin seats. The airline will also install 28 more “extra comfort” economy seats, bringing its total to 68 premium economy seats on A330-200s. Its A330-200s will go from 294 seats to 278...

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