Hawaiian Airlines, which expects to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection next month (ATWOnline, March 14), reported a $1.9 million net loss in February. This compares to net income of $596,000 in the year-ago period. Total revenue during the month rose 4.7% to $56.8 million while a 36.2% increase in fuel costs pushed operating expenses up 9.4% to $57.2 million. This produced an operating loss of $435,000 compared to an operating profit of $1.9 million in February 2004. At the ...

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