Hawaiian Airlines raised its first-quarter revenue forecast, although it also trimmed its full-year capacity outlook, citing delays in Airbus A321neo deliveries. In its latest guidance, the Honolulu-based carrier said its passenger revenue will be better than expected in each of its major regions and in its cargo division. This prompted Hawaiian to predict unit revenue growth of 3-5% year-over-year (YOY) for the first quarter versus a previous estimated range of down 0.5% to up ...


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