Hawaiian Airlines operates the Boeing 767-300 on short-haul flights. This aircraft flies with 18 seats of First Class and 234 seats of Economy Class.
Seats in the mini-cabin are reported to have a few less inches of legroom compared to the larger cabin which starts at row 17. Economy seats B, C, and H have about 1/3 of the leg and storage room blocked due to an underseat equipment box.
The twin-jet B-767 has earned an industry-wide reputation for being comfortable, fuel efficient, easy to maintain and environmentally friendly. Travelers favor the roomy feel of the 767's interior–especially the seating configuration, which offers window or aisle seating for 88 percent of the passenger cabin and leaves no one farther than one seat from an aisle.
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