Hawaiian Airlines mark the completion of its Boeing 767 aircraft in its fleet.
The last Boeing 767-300ER, reg N594HA, departed Sacramento this morning (7 January,2019), bound for Honolulu as flight 19. Guests on board included, the flight crew who operated Hawaiian’s inaugural Boeing 767 flight from Honolulu to San Diego on Nov. 15, 2001.
The carrier replaced 767s Airbus A330s and A321 family aircraft, and currently operates 24 A330 and 11 A320neo aircraft.
Hawaiian received its first A321neo in late 2017, but engine troubles brought A321neo deliveries to a halt in 2018, forcing Hawaiian to squeeze a bit more work from its aging 767s
Airline operated 18 Boeing 767s since 2001, when the carrier received its first brand new 767-300ER powered by Pratt & Whitney PW4060 turbofan engines from Boeing.