Hawaiian Airlines adjusted its fourth-quarter (4Q) guidance Dec. 5, reflecting slightly weaker unit revenue and lower unit costs ex-fuel. The airline now expects 4Q unit revenue will be down 3%-5% year-over-year. Hawaiian’s previous guidance, issued Oct. 28, estimated unit revenue would range between down 2.5% to up 0.5% for the quarter. The revised projection is the result of “lower than expected market pricing on [Hawaiian’s] North America routes, and lower than ...

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