After several months of delay, the FAA has told Hawaiian Airlines that it will be able to begin the certification work required for the airline to launch its new turboprop subsidiary, Ohana The certification process has been a victim of the federal budget battles in Washington. Hawaiian planned to begin operations with Ohana in the summer, but was unable to do so because sequestration funding cuts meant the FAA did not have the resources to conduct the necessary certification. ...


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