Hawaiian Airlines is finding ways to boost its peak-season capacity to offset the expected shortfall caused by delays in its Airbus A321neo deliveries. The carrier was forced to downgrade its full-year capacity growth forecast in January after it became clear the A321neo deliveries would be late (Aviation Daily, Jan. 25). However, Hawaiian is now “slightly tweaking our [capacity] expectation back up” to an increase of 2–5%, Chief Commercial Officer Peter Ingram said during ...
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