Hawaiian Holdings, parent of Hawaiian Airlines, posted $80.4 million net income for the 2017 second quarter, up 1.1% from $79.6 million net profit in 2Q 2017. The airline is gearing up for the delivery of its initial two Airbus A321neos, scheduled for October and November, the first of 18 A321neos the carrier plans to receive through 2020. “It allows us to begin our plans to transform our service between Hawaii and the US west coast [and earlier this week] we announced the first ...

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