Hawaiian’s A321neos Will Free A330s For International Expansion

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
Hawaiian Airlines will begin redeploying its Airbus A330s on U.S. West Coast-Hawaii flights when the 16 Airbus A321neos it has on order begin arriving in 2017. The carrier now uses its fleet of A330s for its international routes to Asia and for some U.S. mainland flights, CFO Shannon Okinaka told...

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