Hawaiian Airlines’ push into Japan is proving particularly fruitful, with summer yields stronger than expected, and plans are afoot to add another Asian destination to a network that did not include a single service to the region until November 2010. This summer’s passenger and operating unit revenues have been stronger than expected, with “particular strength observed on routes between Japan and Hawaii,” the carrier says in its latest outlook. As a consequence, both unit revenue ...
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