Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines has accepted the first of 12 new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

The 787-9 rings in a new era for Hawaiian, sporting for the first time a private 1-2-1 lie-flat business class product.

The 11 additional 787-9s are scheduled for delivery through 2027.

The Hawaiian Dreamliner aircraft will initially operate flights from Honolulu (HNL) to San Francisco (SFO) starting 15 April, followed by Honolulu-Los Angeles (LAX) from 14 May, and Honolulu-Phoenix (PHX) from 15 May.

In the longer term, the 787s are expected to serve the airline’s Asia-Pacific routes, including to Seoul Incheon (ICN) and Tokyo.

The Hawaiian 787s will feature 300 seats, including 34 of the airline’s new flagship Leihoku suites equipped with 18-inch in-flight entertainment screens, personal outlets, wireless charging and direct aisle access.

Hawaiian also currently operates 24 Airbus A330-200s, 18 new-technology Airbus A321 neos, and 19 Boeing 717-200 for inter-island Hawaii flights.

Last month, Hawaiian announced a boost to its upcoming summer schedule, including more flights between Honolulu (HNL) and Austin (AUS), Boston (BOS), Las Vegas (LAS) and Pago Pago (PPG), the capital of American Samoa.

The airline will also add a fourth daily flight between HNL and Los Angeles (LAX) from 24 May through 2 September.