Hawaiian Holdings, parent of Hawaiian Airlines, posted $74.6 million in net income for the 2017 third quarter, down 27.2% compared to a $102.5 million net profit in 3Q 2016. Yet the company reported its “highest quarterly revenue result ever,” according to Hawaiian EVP and CCO Peter Ingram, at $719.6 million, up 7.1% year-over-year (YOY). “[Our] unit revenue was right in line with expectations we set at the beginning of the period, in contrast to the results of many of our ...

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