Hawaiian Airlines signed a letter of intent to purchase three of seven 767-300ERs currently leased from an affiliate of AWAS Aviation Services. The carrier also amended the leases for the remaining four AWAS aircraft. The purchases are expected to be finalized next month, subject to financing. One of the changes to the AWAS agreement was to remove a provision that would have allowed the lessor to exercise early termination options by the first of the year. Other changes shortened the leases ...

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