Hawaiian Airlines is ready to take the next step in launching a regional turboprop subsidiary after reaching agreement with its unions, with plans to eventually operate up to six aircraft. The carrier has signed a letter-of-intent in a deal for an unspecified number of turboprops. “Over the long term, we envision 3-6 aircraft” in the turboprop subsidiary, a Hawaiian spokeswoman says. These will be used aircraft, and purchased rather than leased. She says the carrier is “constrained from ...
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