Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings reported net income of $7.1 million for 2007, reversed from a net loss of $40.5 million the previous year, on 10.7% boost in revenue to $982.6 million. President and CEO Mark Dunkerley called the annual results a "modest improvement" over 2006 but lamented that cost control gains were "largely offset by the rising price of fuel." He added, "Challenges posed by rising fuel prices and heavily contested markets [will] continue unabated in 2008." Those ...

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