Hawaiian Airlines Eyes Seagliders For Interisland Services

Regent Monarch early rendering
Monarch seagliders could connect coastal communities on Hawaii’s many islands.
Credit: Regent
Another established airline has backed a U.S. startup’s sea-skimming, harbor-to-harbor alternative to regional aircraft. Hawaiian Airlines has become a strategic investor in Regent and will support initial design of its planned Monarch seaglider, a 100-seat, all-electric wing-in-ground-effect...

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