The Seahawks had grown accustomed, over the last 10 years, to flying in Allen's Boeing 757-200, which had first-class leg room in every seat and TVs with DVD players that everyone could see. The team even bragged about the private jet when they were trying to sign free agents.
Now they'll be flying on Hawaiian Airlines, which becomes the "Official Airline of the Seattle Seahawks." The players are apparently disappointed by this development, and honestly, I feel for 300-pound guys who fly thousands of miles a year. It's not like Paul Allen needed the money he got from selling his plane.