Courtesy, HA Hawaiian Airlines (HA) parent Hawaiian Holdings reported a $3.9 million net income for the second quarter, a turnaround from the $50 million net loss it incurred in the year-ago quarter, which was impacted by the $70 million purchase of 15 Boeing 717-200s formerly on lease. Adjusted net income for the three months ended June 30 was $11.7 million, versus the year-ago adjusted net income of $0.1 million. "We're pleased with the early results from the ...

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