Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings reported a $30.7 million third-quarter profit compared to a $6 million surplus in the year-ago period thanks to lower fuel prices and a one-time tax benefit of $20 million. Revenue fell 10.1% year-over-year to $305.6 million while expenses were down 9.8% to $281.9 million. Operating income slipped 13.1% to $23.7 million. HA's RPMs rose 8.6% to 2.13 billion against a 2.7% lift in capacity to 2.51 billion ASMs, lifting load factor 4.6 points to 84.9%. ...

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