Aloha Airlines has decided to eliminate service to the Central and South Pacific and will suspend operations to Burbank and Vancouver following a route analysis. It also has decided to return two 737-300s, but through improved utilization and optimized scheduling it still intends to expand its operations to California. Additionally, the airline said its route analysis determined that its nonstop Las Vegas service was unprofitable owing to overcapacity and highly discounted fares and it ...

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