While Hawaiian Airlines has to wait longer than expected for the arrival of its Airbus A321neos, the aircraft will trigger significant changes in the carrier’s fleet and network in 2018. The airline is scheduled to take delivery of its first two A321neos toward the end of this year, although they will not enter service until early 2018. Hawaiian is expected to receive another nine next year, with the majority of these set for delivery in the first half, CEO Mark Dunkerley said on the ...

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