Hawaiian Airlines signed letters of intent to acquire four 767-300s rejected by Delta Air Lines during its bankruptcy reorganization and said yesterday that it will announce the dates of delivery and introduction into service at a later date. The four aircraft will be overhauled and configured with 18 first class and 242 coach seats and will bring Hawaiian's dash 300 fleet to 18. Meantime, the carrier filed a lawsuit against Mesa Air Group, which aims to start a low-fare inter-island service ...

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