Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings posted a first-quarter net profit of $25.9 million, reversed from a $5.1 million net loss in the year-ago quarter. Hawaiian president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said, “Producing these record results for the seasonally weak first quarter demonstrates the growing strength of our business.” He credited low fuel prices and strong network demand for the results. He said those two factors combined “more than offset the impact of a ...

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