Hawaiian Secures $75 Million Credit Facility, Pays Debt

Hawaiian Airlines has negotiated a four-year, $75 million revolving credit facility that will enable it to purchase new Airbus A330s and order A350-XWBs, the airline’s CFO said. In addition, Hawaiian has repaid loans that were to mature next year. The airline used its balance sheet, ground equipment...

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