Hawaiian Airlines’ recent route cuts don’t signal any wider problems with its international network or the carrier’s overseas growth strategy, says CEO Mark Dunkerley. Expanding to new international destinations has been one of the cornerstones of the carrier’s strategy, and it has added a slew of new routes since 2010. However, in the past few weeks it has announced the suspension of flights from Honolulu to Taipei and to the Japanese city of Fukuoka. Dunkerley tells Aviation Week ...

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