Hawaiian Airlines set March 11 as the launch date for its new Ohana turboprop subsidiary, as regulators have finally completed the approval process that delayed its introduction. FAA-required proving flights are finished, and the appropriate certification has been granted, a Hawaiian Airlines spokeswoman tells Aviation Week. Two ATR-42s bearing the Ohana livery and configured for 48 passengers have arrived in Honolulu, and a third is due “in the next couple of months.” Ohana will fly ...
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