Hawaiian Airlines remains on track to receive the first of its Airbus A321neos in October, following delivery delays that have also affected other neo customers. The carrier now expects to receive two of the aircraft by year-end, although they will not be ready to enter service until early in 2018, CEO Mark Dunkerley said on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Cancun. Another nine are expected in 2019. Dunkerley said the delays, related to engine durability issues, are ...

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