Hawaiian Airlines yesterday announced the choice of Airbus aircraft for its widebody fleet renewal, saying it will replace its 18 767-300s and -300ERs with up to 24 new planes comprising six firm A330-200s and six firm A350 XWB-800s plus six purchase rights for each type. Deals under the MOUs signed with Airbus and Rolls-Royce are worth approximately $4.4 billion at list prices if all purchase rights are exercised, HA said. The agreements also "pave the way" for the airline to lease ...

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