Hawaiian Airlines does not accept new or used camping stoves or any camping device which may have contained a flammable liquid fuel or other dangerous material in either checked or carry-on baggage.
In addition, Hawaiian Airlines does not accept new or used fuel or gasoline canisters, whether cleaned or not, in either checked or carry-on baggage.
Hawaiian Airlines also will not accept warmers either as carry-on or checked baggage. If you are a known shipper and are permitted to ship hazardous materials, Hawaiian Airlines will accept camping stoves through its cargo facility.
We will accept your unused camping stove through our cargo facility if you are (1) a known shipper and (2) permitted to transport hazardous materials. If so, please contact, Hawaiian Airlines Cargo for more information. If you need information on packing instructions, labeling, etc., visit Hawaiian Airlines Cargo.