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  1. Transporting Alcohol
    Conditional Acceptance Alcoholic beverages that are not more than 70% "alcohol by volume" when in unopened retail packaging, not exceeding 5 liters (1.3 gallons) in checked baggage, with a total net...
  2. Checked Baggage Restrictions
    My travel is on another air carrier, but I purchased my flight from Hawaiian Airlines, whose baggage restrictions do I follow? In accordance with DOT regulations, the carrier whose carrier code is on...
  3. HawaiianMiles - Partnership with Foodland Supermarket Stores
    Partnership starts 05Jan11. Members can earn HawaiianMiles at Foodland stores when they shop with their Maika'i Card. How to Earn Register your Maika'i number to your HawaiianMiles account at...
  4. Kiosk: Self-Service Check-In Updated
    General Information To check-in quickly and easily, go to any Self-Service Kiosk machine located at most airports served by Hawaiian Airlines To start, identify yourself by entering your confirmation...
  5. HawaiianMiles - Frequent Flyer Program
    Enroll in HawaiianMiles Earn HawaiianMiles Redeem Your HawaiianMiles Call Us Expiration Policy Frequently Asked Questions Life is better when you’re a member of HawaiianMiles. Hawaiian Airlines’...
  6. Portable Electronic Devices
    Hawaiian Airlines guests will be allowed to use their small personal electronic devices in "airplane mode" gate to gate on our domestic and most phases of our international routes. Personal...
  7. Redress Number
    Redress Number is a unique number that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) currently assigns to individuals who use the DHS Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (TRIP) Under the Secure Flight program...
  8. Cabin Seat Baggage
    If the bag does not fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front, the passenger may be required to check it in. The passenger may also purchase a second seat for their fragile and/or...
  9. Transfer HawaiianMiles to/from Other Programs
  10. Children / Infants in First Class
    Children and infants are allowed in the first class cabin. Hawaiian Airlines may not discriminate against any passengers wishing to travel in our first class cabin. Every effort is made by our flight...
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