Hawaiian Airlines A330. Courtesy, Airbus Hawaiian Airlines’ (HA) first-quarter consolidated net income leapt to $7.26 million, up $6.4 million from $855,000 from the year-ago quarter (ATW Daily News, April 28, 2011). Despite high fuel costs, HA said long-haul demand has remained strong and results were “better than … expected at the beginning of the year,” HA president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said. “Adding a sixth A330 and inaugurating our ...

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