Hawaiian Holdings, parent of Hawaiian Airlines, reported a $36.9 million net profit for the 2017 first quarter, down 28.3% from a $51.5 million net income in 1Q 2016. During the investor call April 20, Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley also announced that deliveries of 16 Airbus A321neos, originally scheduled for early 2017 but delayed by several months, will begin in October. As a result, Hawaiian has revised its full-year capacity guidance.  Hawaiian’s first-quarter revenue was up ...

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