Hawaiian Airlines president and CEO Mark Dunkerley told a Washington DC audience that government policy has not kept up with changes in the airline industry, limiting smaller carriers’ market access. “Market access is becoming a more difficult issue for smaller airlines competing against airlines that are substantially larger,” Dunkerley said Dec. 3 during a luncheon speech at the Aero Club of Washington. He cited data showing that the major airlines involved in ...

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