After several months of delays due to congressional budget squabbles, the FAA is finally beginning the approval process for Hawaiian Airlines’ new turboprop subsidiary carrier, Ohana. Hawaiian wanted to launch Ohana in the summer of 2013, but was unable to do so because the FAA said it did not have the resources to handle the proving flights and other regulatory steps required for the new carrier to begin operations. The agency blamed the congressionally mandated sequestration cuts for ...
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