Hawaiian Airlines has long-range expansion on its radar as it prepares to take delivery of the first of nine A330-200s next month. CEO Mark Dunkerley told The Australian that HA is looking at additional destinations in Australia, Asia and the US East Coast. Its six A350s will begin arriving in 2017, but he said the airline is interested in talking to lessors about acquiring the aircraft even earlier in order to expand the number of nonstop options. Meanwhile, the first A330 will be used on ...

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