Hawaiian Airlines says it is seeing no sign of demand weakening due to an uncertain economic outlook, and its new international routes in particular continue to yield impressive results. There has not been a drop in forward bookings “despite the economic doom and gloom so widely reported,” Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley said Oct. 18 during the carrier’s third-quarter earnings call. Dunkerley stressed the “very strong” performance of Hawaiian’s growing international operation. The ...
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