Hawaiian, Frontier Seek Minimum Service Exemptions

The unencumbered portion of its fleet includes 11 Airbus A321neos, two A330s, 14 717s and some ATRs.
Credit: Hawaiian Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines and Frontier Airlines became the latest U.S. carriers to seek relief from minimum service requirements included in the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, as smaller airlines and ULCCs struggle to continue flying to destinations where demand remains badly...

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