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Hawaiian Airlines Reveals Second “Moana” Themed Aircraft

November 2, 2016, 3:51 PM HST · Updated November 2, 3:59 PM
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Hawaiian Airlines has revealed the second of three Airbus A330 aircraft being adorned with imagery from The Walt Disney Animation Studios movie “Moana.”

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Featuring a decal design of the demigod Maui, the A330 aircraft named Nāmāhoe (Gemini), was unveiled today at Honolulu International Airport.

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Hawaiian’s third “Moana”-themed aircraft design will be unveiled later this month.

The unique artwork, created by Walt Disney Animation Studios in collaboration with Hawaiian’s team, reimagines each aircraft as a modern-day voyaging canoe, flying Moana, Maui, and their friends to new and exciting destinations.

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    Hawaiian Airlines today revealed the first of three “Moana”-themed planes at its home base at Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Auli‘i Cravalho, the Hawai?i-born actress who is the voice of Disney’s “Moana,” and Dwayne Johnson, the voice of demigod Maui, were among the first to see the inspiring new design. Photo by Donald Traill for Hawaiian Airlines

    Hawaiian Airlines today revealed the first of three “Moana”-themed planes at its home base at Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Auli‘i Cravalho, the Hawai?i-born actress who is the voice of Disney’s “Moana,” and Dwayne Johnson, the voice of demigod Maui, were among the first to see the inspiring new design. Photo by Donald Traill for Hawaiian Airlines

    Hawaiian Airlines today revealed the first of three “Moana”-themed planes at its home base at Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Auli‘i Cravalho, the Hawai?i-born actress who is the voice of Disney’s “Moana,” and Dwayne Johnson, the voice of demigod Maui, were among the first to see the inspiring new design. Photo by Donald Traill for Hawaiian Airlines

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