Despite over a million onboard passengers in May, a record for the month, Hawaiian Airlines revised its guidance for second-quarter revenue downward, citing “a reduction in the pace of domestic bookings following an increase in volcanic activity on the Big Island of Hawaii.” Lava flows, volcanic explosions and earthquakes continue to plague the region surrounding Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano since fissures and lava first appeared following a magnitude 6.9 earthquake May ...

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