Hawaiian Airlines saves capital costs, sacrifices efficiency with A330neo

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Hawaiian Airlines’ recent switch from an order for six Airbus A350-800s to six A330-800neos represents a “tradeoff” with plusses and minuses for the carrier, according to a senior company executive. Speaking to ATW this week on the sidelines of the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit...

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