Hawaiian Airlines 717-200. Courtesy, HA Hawaiian Airlines’ (HA) parent Hawaiian Holdings said its third-quarter net income dipped 15.9% year-over-year to $25.6 million on a 29.5% lift in revenue to $455.9 million. It expects the 2011 second half to look “considerably better” as long as bookings hold and the price of oil does not rise by year end. “The third quarter marked a return to some better results for our business,” HA president and CEO Mark ...

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