Somewhat lost in the consolidation wave that has transformed the US airline industry in recent years has been the dramatic evolution of Hawaiian Airlines, which is quickly becoming a true international carrier. “I can’t think of any other airline that has changed as much as Hawaiian without being involved in a merger,” president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said. As 2010 dawned, Hawaiian was an airline that flew almost entirely among the Hawaiian Islands and between Hawaii and ...

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