Hawaiian Airlines is still considering whether its new Airbus A330 fleet will be equipped for onboard Internet, says CEO Mark Dunkerley. The aircraft are being “built with a view to Internet connectivity,” but the airline is examining available alternatives to see if a compelling business case can be made. Dunkerley notes that Hawaiian’s long-haul markets are dominated by leisure rather than business travelers, so it could see less demand for connectivity than other U.S. airlines.
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