Hawaiian Airlines Cargo Tracking

To track & trace your Hawaiian Airlines cargo/shipment, enter your Air-Way Bill (AWB) Number below:

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Hawaiian Airlines Cargo Tracking Help

If you experience problems using our system, please click on the link below to track directly on the Hawaiian Airlines website.

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365 Tracking is only able to provide tracing and tracking services. Should you wish to make an enquiry regarding the status of your air cargo, we advise you to contact Hawaiian Airlines directly.

About Hawaiian Airlines

About Hawaiian Airlines

Track and track your Hawaiian Airlines cargo
In 1941, Inter-Island changed its name to Hawaiian Airlines and introduced the 24-passenger DC-3 into Hawaiian skies. This flying workhorse was the mainstay of our fleet and became vital during wartime operations when all inter-island traffic was placed under military control.

The advent of commercial jet service in the 1960s resulted in dramatically increased air traffic to and from Hawaii. In 1966, we added our first pure jet inter-island aircraft, the McDonnell Douglas DC-9. Travel time between the islands was reduced to a mere 20-30 minutes, allowing residents and visitors unprecedented access to neighboring islands. The following two decades would see the addition of world charter service, daily flights to the west coast, and scheduled service throughout the South Pacific…

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