Hawaiian Airlines is proving that its relatively rapid capacity growth is continuing to be sustained by strong demand, even in its newest long-haul markets. CEO Mark Dunkerley admits that financial analysts have been divided over whether the carrier’s new Honolulu-New York route was a good idea. But the early signs are encouraging, he says, with forward bookings for the route ahead of those for its other U.S. domestic services. These flights are also ahead of internal goals set by the ...
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