Faced with competitive pressure in key markets, Hawaiian Airlines plans to introduce several products and services, including basic economy fares, in 2019. The carrier outlined its goals for the year during its fourth-quarter and full-year earnings call. Hawaiian reported a full-year net profit of $233.2 million, down 29.5% from $330.6 million a year earlier. The airline said it confronted strong competitive capacity growth on routes between the US mainland and Hawaii, which is likely ...

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