Luckily for passengers, Hawaiian Airlines is definitely NOT on Hawaiian time. The airline carrier was once again the most punctual. According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, 91-percent of Hawaiian’s flights arrived on time in March.
It would have been a different story had they actually been on Hawaiian time. Dillydallying does not sound like an admirable trait in the airline industry. Airline service and flights should be prompt, and Hawaiian seems to be doing just that.
Additionally, Hawaiian Airlines tops the board for fewest flights cancelled. A rate of six out of 6,000 flights cancelled is quite impressive, with all of its recent flight route expansions. In all my years of traveling, I don’t believe I have ever been on a Hawaiian flight that got cancelled.
And probably one of the biggest concerns for any traveler, baggage issues. Whether they’re lost or mishandled, Hawaiian Airlines has had the least number of complaints in that department. Phew, I don’t know what I’d ever do if I found out my luggage got lost! A travel nightmare, for sure.