Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings remained in the black in the second quarter, posting a $27.5 million profit that compared to a $54.3 million surplus in the year-ago period. "Unlike most of our competitors, we have been able to strengthen our balance sheet over the course of the last six months. With the credit markets in turmoil, and recognizing that we have a number of substantial outlays in the next few years, this comparative strength is of tremendous importance," President and ...

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