Normally during Kona winds, widebody aircraft land on the "Reef Runway", Runway 26L. Today, a United Airlines 777-222 flying in as UAL201, IAH-HNL, made a surprising landing on 26R. I haven't seen anything larger than a 737-800 land on 26R before today.
Here's N779UA (c/n 29641, l/n 35) just about to land on 26R. This was actually the second attempt at landing. In the first attempt, the aircraft started turning late to line up with the runway, and was still banking at this point. The pilots leveled off and initiated a go around. On the second attempt, they took a much wider approach and had a much more stabilized approach. Below is N779UA just before the nose gear touches down with the thrust reversers opening up.