Hawaiian Airlines will target further growth in Asia as it takes delivery of more Airbus A330-200s following unexpectedly strong performances from the Japanese and South Korean services launched late last year. Daily flights from Honolulu to Tokyo Haneda and four weekly flights to Seoul Incheon were introduced in the fourth quarter, which CEO Mark Dunkerley says are the beginning of a “further expansion westward over the next several years.” Dunkerley’s comments were made to analysts as ...
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