On September 1, 2013, Hawaiian Airlines will become the only U.S. carrier to offer the Apple iPad mini on all Boeing 767-300 flights.
The airline has contracted Bluebox Avionics to deploy 1,500 iPad minis on 14 Boeing 767 aircraft serving 14 routes between Hawaii and the Continental U.S., Asia and South Pacific.
The iPad minis will include more than 100 hours of the Hollywood releases, television shows, and interactive games.
The devices are complementary in business class and available for rent in economy class for $15 if reserved prior to the flight or $17 in-flight.
Below is a list of the 14 routes:
- Honolulu and Oakland
- Honolulu and San Jose
- Honolulu and Sacramento
- Honolulu and Seattle
- Honolulu and Phoenix
- Honolulu and Fukuoka
- Honolulu and Sendai
- Honolulu and Seoul
- Honolulu and Brisbane
- Honolulu and Papeete
- Honolulu and Pago Pago
- Kahului and San Jose
- Kahului and Oakland
- Kahului and Seattle
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