Hawaiian Airlines is continuing to expand its US mainland network, as it takes delivery of two more Airbus A321neos. The carrier has recently received its fifth and sixth A321neos, which will enter service later in July after some additional preparatory work, the carrier told ATW. Hawaiian ordered a total of 18 A321neos, with all expected to be used on flights between Hawaii and the US mainland. They will be used to launch new secondary routes and to replace aircraft on some existing ...

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