Hawaiian Airlines reported a net profit of $80.1 million for the third quarter, down 14% from $93.5 million for the same period last year, despite the extra competitive capacity that has come into some of its core markets and put pressure on yields. The airline is also putting together arguments it hopes will persuade US authorities to reverse an earlier ruling and allow the airline to form a joint venture (JV) with Japan Airlines (JAL). The US Department of Transportation (DOT) issued a ...

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