Hawaiian Airlines' fleet overhaul is in jeopardy because of strained relations with its pilots, the carrier said Friday in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Parent Hawaiian Holdings said its "proposed acquisition" of six firm A350 XWB-800s and six firm A330-200s, based on a November MOU that also included six purchase rights for each type (ATWOnline, Nov. 29, 2007), "has been delayed and may not be consummated as a result of an impasse in negotiations with its pilots ...

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