SYDNEY—Hawaiian Airlines intends to use the Boeing 787s from its latest order to up gauge high-demand routes in its existing network, as well as opening new long-haul destinations, according to CEO Peter Ingram. The carrier confirmed an order for 10 787-9s with purchase rights for another 10 during the Farnborough Airshow in July. While the delivery timetable is still being finalized, the first aircraft will likely arrive in the first half of 2021, Ingram told Aviation Week on the ...

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