Hawaiian Expects Gains Despite International Challenges
Hawaiian Airlines predicts that an improving operating environment in the second half of the year will more than outweigh headaches caused by foreign currency weakness and shrinking fuel surcharges in some countries. Lower fuel prices, robust demand and an easing of U.S. competitors’ capacity growth...
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