Launch Of Hawaiian’s Turboprop Unit Delayed By Government Budget Woes

Hawaiian Airlines says the disputes over the U.S. federal budget are increasingly hindering its business plans, as the FAA still cannot predict when it will be able to perform the certification work needed for the new turboprop subsidiary that Hawaiian is trying to launch. The carrier has purchased...

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