By switching its order from the A350-800 to the A330-800neo, Hawaiian Airlines believes it can realize about two-thirds of the trip cost savings it might have achieved with the A350, but at a far lower capital cost. Hawaiian said it reached an MOU with Airbus before it released second quarter earnings on Tuesday, which showed GAAP net income of $27.3 million, or 43 cents per diluted share. The first of Hawaiian’s six A330NEOs should begin arriving in 2019, though Hawaiian said it has ...

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