Hawaiian Airlines decided against acquiring a 767 to which it committed in an April letter of intent, citing "a delay in the date that the aircraft was to be in service and an uncertain economic environment." Converting the aircraft to HA's operating certificate would have delayed its introduction until the fourth quarter. The current owner of the aircraft was not revealed. HA still plans to acquire four additional 717-200s this fall.

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