If you are booking business class tickets to Honolulu from Tokyo on Hawaiian Airlines then get ready to be treated to upgraded in-flight meals. The airline has started offering a suite of enhancements to its signature Mea Ho‘okipa (“I am host”) in-flight service for its customers travelling between Hawai‘i and Japan. In order to serve the best gourmet meals, the airline has also collaborated with Chef Lee Anne Wong, who is also the owner of island favorite Koko Head Café.
A spokesperson of Hawaiian Airlines said that Chef Wong would be creating regional and global fusion dishes to be served in business class cabins and Main Cabin on all inbound flights from Japan. The customers travelling in both travel classes can now look forward to savouring exquisite modern Hawaiian cuisines on board their flights.
Media reports said that the business class customers would be welcomed onboard their flights with Hawaiian Airlines new signature cocktail named Pukana La (Sunrise). The children aged 12 and under travelling along with their families from Japan to Hawai‘i would also be able to pre-order keiki meals, which include a new Hawaiian-print drawstring snack bag.
The airline’s business class customers can also look forward to enjoy delectable island-inspired fare ranging from Guava Huli Chicken to Curry-Crusted Flounder or Halibut to the accompaniment of a expanded selection of Hawaiian music specially curated for Hawaiian Airlines, starring classic artists, award-winning performers and emerging new talent.
Among other enhancements for business class customers include Hawaiian Host chocolates and complimentary keiki gift for children aged 12 and under.