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4andCounting
07-19-2017, 09:59 AM
Could someone please post the Hawaiian rates for the 321 from the newest contract. It's not up on the profile page.


HAL330
07-19-2017, 10:56 AM
Scroll to the bottom of the profiles page, the 321 rates are posted there. Those are 2017-2018 rates.

ShyGuy
07-20-2017, 09:42 PM
Just curious the mission plan for the 321s? Is this interisland replacements for the 717s? Or will they replace (or supplement?) all Hawaii to mainland flights?


David Puddy
07-21-2017, 06:34 AM
Also, are short shorts, a cheesy mustache and a Detroit Lions cap standard uniforms? Can't beat Magnum P.I. ! :D:cool:

Jaded N Cynical
07-21-2017, 07:39 AM
Also, are short shorts, a cheesy mustache and a Detroit Lions cap standard uniforms? Can't beat Magnum P.I. ! :D:cool:

You mean, Detroit Tigers. Damn it Puddy.......get it straight!

Rama
07-21-2017, 09:44 AM
They are replacing the 767's.

David Puddy
07-21-2017, 11:03 AM
You mean, Detroit Tigers. Damn it Puddy.......get it straight!

You're right! Wow - my good memories are fading.... That guy had a great deal. Living on the Robbin Masters estate and driving a Ferrari. Hanging out with Rick and TC - you can't beat that!!!! :cool:

David Puddy
07-24-2017, 05:59 PM
Here's some info from the Hawaiian website about the upcoming 321s including some initial route news:

https://www.hawaiianairlines.com/A321neo

ShyGuy
07-24-2017, 07:16 PM
They are replacing the 767's.



Here's some info from the Hawaiian website about the upcoming 321s including some initial route news:

https://www.hawaiianairlines.com/A321neo

I see, thanks! It's a great airplane; I've only flown it once on a transcon but it has very impressive fuel burn numbers.

shfo
09-15-2017, 10:50 AM
Does it have the performance to takeoff from LIH to the west coast with a full load?

kingairfun
09-15-2017, 11:01 AM
Does it have the performance to takeoff from LIH to the west coast with a full load?
Theyr'e just gonna load it up and hope for the best

WindWalker999
09-15-2017, 11:41 PM
Based on the frequency of fuel stops in Oakland on "direct" flights from SEA to HNL on Alaska 737's, I wouldn't worry bout the range. Those guys don't have the range and they still make money rolling the dice against headwinds in the wintertime. Haven't left one up there yet. I'm sure the 321 will be fine.


But gone are going to be the days of sitting at FL410 in the A330 listening to all the chatter about "my seat belt sign has been on for the last hour here at FL340, how's FL320 treating you?". I always wondered why we never advertised the much smoother ride up high in the A330 on the West Coast trips. Now it all makes sense. Come the 321, those days are over! Down to the jetstream levels with you, to jockey for nonexistent smooth air with the other underpowered aircraft that were never really designed for oceanic flying.

Have fun!

Xtreme87
09-19-2017, 10:12 AM
Based on the frequency of fuel stops in Oakland on "direct" flights from SEA to HNL on Alaska 737's, I wouldn't worry bout the range. Those guys don't have the range and they still make money rolling the dice against headwinds in the wintertime. Haven't left one up there yet. I'm sure the 321 will be fine.


But gone are going to be the days of sitting at FL410 in the A330 listening to all the chatter about "my seat belt sign has been on for the last hour here at FL340, how's FL320 treating you?". I always wondered why we never advertised the much smoother ride up high in the A330 on the West Coast trips. Now it all makes sense. Come the 321, those days are over! Down to the jetstream levels with you, to jockey for nonexistent smooth air with the other underpowered aircraft that were never really designed for oceanic flying.

Have fun!

40's have exponentially higher radiation levels than the low 30's, so there's that.