Hawaiian Airlines is the latest example of a carrier looking to new-generation widebodies—in this case Boeing 787s—to broaden the capabilities of its long-haul fleet and prepare for its next growth phase.  The airline confirmed an order for 10 787-9s, with purchase rights for another 10, during the Farnborough Airshow in July. While the delivery timetable is still being finalized, the initial aircraft will likely arrive in the first half of 2021, Hawaiian CEO Peter Ingram ...

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