Hawaiian Airlines Negotiates 787 Deferrals With Boeing

The unencumbered portion of its fleet includes 11 Airbus A321neos, two A330s, 14 717s and some ATRs.
Credit: Hawaiian Airlines
While Hawaiian Airlines plans to delay its Boeing 787 orders due to the COVID-19 crisis, the airline does not expect to have to reduce its current fleet in the medium term. The airline has 10 787-9s on order, with first delivery slated for the first half of 2021. Due to the uncertainty of the...

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