Hawaiian Airlines managed to increase its net profit in the second quarter, despite challenges such as continuing volcanic activity on Hawaii’s Big Island, which has affected demand. Hawaiian reported a net profit of $79.5 million for the quarter, up by $2.6 million year-on-year. However, the results would have been stronger if not for the volcano, and an associated slowdown in bookings, CEO Peter Ingram said. The inter-island routes to Kona and Hilo on the island of Hawaii have been ...

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