Hawaiian Airlines has revised its financial outlook for the third quarter due largely to a better-than-expected revenue performance. The carrier said its unit revenues were higher than previous predictions thanks to higher yields in its long-haul markets, particularly international. Because of this, Hawaiian said its unit revenue for the quarter will be between down 0.5% and up 0.5%, an improvement from its last estimate released on July 30 in which a drop of 1.5-4.5% was ...

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