Hawaiian Airlines said its fleet refresh is making good progress despite Airbus A321neo delivery delays earlier this year, and the carrier is already looking to the next stage when its Boeing 787 deliveries begin in 2021. The airline’s fleet transition plan is “well underway,” CEO Peter Ingram said during Hawaiian’s annual investor day on Dec. 11. The carrier has now taken delivery of 11 of its 18 A321neo orders, with six more ...

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