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Posted in the Star-Bulletin on November 11, 2012
By Dave Segal
Since the dark days of bankruptcy nearly a decade ago, Hawaiian Airlines has never been in better shape — either financially or structurally.
The state's largest and oldest carrier, which turns 83 today, had $433.5 million in unrestricted cash at the end of the third quarter. It is changing its long-range fleet to larger and more efficient Airbus A330-200s from Boeing 767-300ERs, and is in…Continue
Posted on November 17, 2012 at 9:49pm