Hawaiian Airlines’ parent Hawaiian Holdings recorded a sharp drop in second-quarter net income, though it still remained in the black with a $9 million profit that compared to the year-ago period's $27.5 million in net income. CEO Mark Dunkerley said the results were “in line” with what HA had expected. “The second quarter was an eventful period as we successfully introduced our first and second A330s into revenue service in June," he said. Operating ...

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