Hit hard by $129.5 million in reorganization expenses as well as rising fuel prices and increased competition, bankrupt Hawaiian Airlines posted a $75.4 million net loss for 2004 compared to a net loss of $49.5 million in 2003. The airline said the reorganization expenses primarily consisted of $110.6 million in one-time noncash claims to settle leases with Boeing Capital Corp. for three 767-300s and 11 717-200s, and with Ansett for a 767-300 rejected by Hawaiian in 2003. Results also ...

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