As of last week, passengers on Hawaiian Airlines enjoy new amenity kits, created in collaboration with Hawai’i-based brand Kealopiko, and include designs that depict Hawai’i’s natural resources with fern and coral patterns.
International business-class passengers and those traveling in first class on long-haul routes from Hawai’i to Boston (BOS) or New York City (JFK) receive a canvas clutch in gray or cream, printed with a coral design and fastened with a coconut shell button. International Extra Comfort passengers receive a kit made from natural felt.
Both kits include a bamboo comb, dental kit with a bamboo toothbrush, earplugs, hand and body balm, lip balm, hydrating mist, sleep mask, tissues and sunscreen. Extra Comfort passengers additionally receive ear buds. Business-class and first-class passengers additionally receive socks.
Main cabin international and first-class domestic passengers receive a small, coral print kraft paper pouch with earplugs, earbuds and a sleep mask.
“Embarking on this redesign, we knew we wanted a partner who could help us tell the stories of our island home,” said Avi Mannis, senior vice president of marketing, Hawaiian Airlines. “Kealopiko is a natural fit. Their sustainable production and bold, contemporary design align with our values and complement the flight experience we want to offer our guests.”
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