Hawaiian Airlines parent Hawaiian Holdings befitted form the "unpredicted fortune" of the collapse of its two chief competitors in the first half of 2008 to post net income of $28.6 million for the year, more than four times its 2007 net profit of $7.1 million and a notable result given the substantial annual losses reported by most US carriers. Both Aloha Airlines and ATA Airlines, previously HA's most significant rivals, ceased operations in the second quarter, developments that along with ...

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