Monday, October 17, 2016

Hawaiian Airlines adorns 3 planes with Moana decals

Hawaiian Airlines is getting ready for the new "Moana" movie by unveiling three custom Airbus A330 aircrafts adored with "Moana" decals.
  (PRNewsFoto/Hawaiian Airlines)

Hawaiian Airlines today revealed the first of three "Moana"-themed planes with 
Auli'i Cravalho,  the voice of  "Moana," and Dwayne Johnson, the voice
of demigod Maui.

The first plane features designs of the demigod Maui, Moana, and her two friends: Heihei the rooster and Pua the pig.

"In important ways, Moana's voyage of discovery parallels that of our guests' own travel adventures, and we're pleased to work with Disney to take this wonderful story to the skies," Peter Ingram, chief commercial officer for Hawaiian Airlines, said in a news release.

The overhead luggage bins will be decorated with characters and artwork from the film. The planes will fly on Hawaiian's regularly scheduled U.S. domestic routes as well as to international destinations including Brisbane and Sydney, Australia; Osaka and Tokyo, Japan; and Auckland, New Zealand through March of 2017, according to the news release.

The story of Moana, Maui and their journey sprang from the imagination of the filmmakers, who were deeply inspired by the glorious people of Oceania, according to "Moana" producer Osnat Shurer.

"We were inspired by the history of the great Polynesian voyagers," said Shurer.

(PRNewsFoto/Hawaiian Airlines)
Hawaiian Airlines today revealed the first of three "Moana"-themed planes at its home base at Honolulu 
International Airport.

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