Boosting aircraft orders helps airline target long-haul growth
While many airlines are hunkering down in the face of global economic woes, Hawaiian Airlines is taking the opposite approach. The carrier is accelerating its fleet growth as it looks beyond its traditional markets to tap into new long-haul opportunities. Faced with stiff competition in its core U.S. West Coast markets, Hawaiian is increasingly focusing on new destinations in Asia and now the U.S. East Coast. Hawaiian is aided by favorable geography that puts it much closer than other ...
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