March 2, 2024

FORMIA debuts carbon-neutral amenity kits for Hawaiian Airlines

FORMIA has joined forces with Hawaiian Airlines to launch a sustainable amenity kit programme.

Products include a bag made from recycled plastic canvas, a bamboo toothbrush, toothpaste in a recycled aluminium tube, FSC-certified kraft paper and a wheat straw pen. The socks, eye shades and cosmetic tubes are made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic.

The eco-friendly amenity kits, which were created by Jalene Kanani Bell’s Hawai’i lifestyle brand Noho Home, are available now for passengers in First. 

Passengers can enjoy the Kilo Hōkū, ʻŌlali or Lele design. Inspired by Native Hawaiian practices, each variation “tells a story of exploration through patterns, colours, designs and textures”.

First class passengers travelling on Hawaiian’s long-haul international flights and between Hawaii and New York, Boston or Austin, can opt for the Kilo Hōkū and ʻŌlali designs. The Lele design will go to travellers in the Extra Comfort and Main Cabin seats.

FORMIA has also partnered with verification provider SCS Global Services to secure a carbon-neutral certification for the new range.

 “We are thrilled to introduce our responsibly designed amenity kit collection with Noho Home and Formia, and are looking forward to delighting our guests with these consciously created products to enhance their experience while flying with us,” commented Alisa Onishi, Senior Director of Brand and Community and Cultural Relations at Hawaiian Airlines.

Niklas Sandor, Chief Commercial Officer at FORMIA, said: “We are incredibly excited to partner with Hawaiian Airlines to develop this collection of responsible amenity kits. FORMIA is proud to launch certified carbon-neutral kits for Hawaiian Airlines and to support them on their journey towards providing a more sustainable and meaningful travel experience for their passengers.” /