Hawaiian Airlines reported a decline in net profit for the second quarter, as the airline comes under increasing competitive pressure in some of its key markets. The Hawaiian flag carrier achieved a net profit of $57.8 million in the three months through June 30, a 27.2% decline from Hawaiian’s $79.5 million net profit in 2Q 2018. Revenues were down by 0.5% to $712.2 million, with costs essentially flat. The airline recorded an operating profit of $88.9 million in the second quarter, ...

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