Hawaiian Airlines took delivery of the first of 18 Airbus A321neo aircraft, which will be used on flights between Hawaii and the US west coast. The carrier’s new fleet of single-aisle aircraft will offer nonstop flights to more islands, starting with service to Kauai, Maui, and the Kona Coast on the Island of Hawaii. Hawaiian president & CEO Mark Dunkerley said, “As we welcome our A321neo fleet, some of our widebody aircraft serving the US west coast will be deployed for ...

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