Hawaiian Airlines gave an indication that the Japanese market may be on the path to recovery following March's devastating earthquake and tsunami (ATW, May 1). The carrier raised capacity on its daily Honolulu-Tokyo Haneda service last week, switching from a 264-seat Boeing 767-300 to a newly delivered 294-seat Airbus A330-200. "The return of healthy demand for our Tokyo service is allowing us to proceed with our plan to operate our largest aircraft on the route," President ...

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