Hawaiian Predicts Uptick For Lagging International Operation

An improved first-quarter performance reinforces Hawaiian Airlines’ confidence its financial results will be stronger in 2014, with its domestic operation surging and headaches on the international side expected to ease. The airline’s net loss of $5.1 million for the quarter is down from a deficit...

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