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Seat Map Hawaiian Airlines Boeing B767 300 ER


Seat Map Hawaiian Airlines Boeing B767 300 ER

Seating Details

ClassPitchWidthSeats
First42""18
Economy32"18"246

Configuration: 18/246

General

There are 14 B767s in the Hawaiian fleet of 25 planes. The B767 model is used for Transpacific and South Pacific flights. There are three different configurations for this plane and the seat pitch varies accordingly. In the layout shown in this map there are 18 First class seats and 246 Economy class seats. 4 of the B737s have a 259 passenger capacity and 2 have a 252 passenger capacity.

If films are shown on the flight there is a 5$ charge for Economy Class passengers independent of whether they bring their own headphones.

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Mar 11, 2012
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Peter
Hawaiian Airlines-Boeing B767 300 ER Seat Reviews by Peter
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Seat: 2C (First)
From:
Sydney
To:
Honolulu
Overall Rating:
3.83
3.83
3.83
 of 5
First class on Hawaiian is closer to a domestic Business class seat (at least in Australia). The seat reclines a fair way but does not lie flat. The 767 on which I flew is getting a little tired, but you can't argue with the price, which is less than half that of comparable carriers. I always try to fly them on the way to the states. Always choose C or G unless you are addicted to views. Nobody to climb over and no being climbed over. The biggest downside is no power at the seat - major issue for me as a business traveller.
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May 3, 2012
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anthony
Hawaiian Airlines-Boeing B767 300 ER Seat Reviews by anthony
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Seat: 18A (Economy)
From:
San Jose-Mineta San Jose International Airport(SJC)
To:
Honolulu-Honolulu International(HNL)
Overall Rating:
3.83
3.83
3.83
 of 5
sat in exit row 18b, this is adjacent to galley and restrooms,great leg room. cabin temp. was spot on. Service is friendly,but the food in coach was marginal,bring your own!
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Jul 27, 2010
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Andrew M
Hawaiian Airlines-Boeing B767 300 ER Seat Reviews by Andrew M
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Seat: I don't remember (Economy)
From:
San Jose, CA
To:
Ouhau
Overall Rating:
3.67
3.67
3.67
 of 5
Sat at the emergency exit door next to wing exit. Had wall in front of us, had wonderful leg room , plus next to restroom. Will always try to get this type seat.
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Apr 18, 2013
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Steve z
Hawaiian Airlines-Boeing B767 300 ER Seat Reviews by Steve z
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Seat: 16A
From:
Honolulu-Honolulu International (HNL)
To:
Phoenix-Sky Harbor Intl(PHX)
Overall Rating:
3.50
3.50
3.5
 of 5
I was told it was a window seat.. Gues what. No window! Felt very closed in, especially with wall behind me.
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Sep 7, 2014
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margfisher
Hawaiian Airlines-Boeing B767 300 ER Seat Reviews by margfisher
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Seat: 1C
From:
Brisbane
To:
Honolulu-Honolulu International (HNL)
Overall Rating:
4.17
4.17
4.17
 of 5
Great seat. Easy access to toilet. Plenty of leg room. Seat does not lie back quite as far as you would expect, although comfortable.
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