Top News on Hawaiian Airlines

  • ​ANALYSIS: The A350 sales story as shipments start

    As Airbus begins deliveries of the A350-900, the order backlog for its latest all-new widebody stands at impressive total of nearly 800 aircraft.

  • Other News for Hawaiian Airlines

  • Hawaiian sees benefit from lower capital costs of A330neo

    ​Hawaiian Airlines chief commercial officer Peter Ingram sees “real benefit” from the lower capital costs of the Airbus...

  • FARNBOROUGH: Kotil and Ali recognised in Airline Strategy Awards

    Turkish Airlines chief executive Temel Kotil and Adel Ali, group chief executive of Air Arabia, took the top honours...

  • Ex-Im financing saves foreign carriers about 3%: Anderson

    ​Delta Air Lines chief executive Richard Anderson claims that US Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) loan guarantees for...

  • News Listings for Hawaiian Airlines

  • Delta leading bidder for Blue1 717s

    News | 24 Feb 2015 23:57 | Edward Russell

    Delta Air Lines is the leading bidder for up to seven used Boeing 717-200s at SAS Group subsidiary Blue1, a source close to the matter tells Flightglobal.
  • Hawaiian closes sale-leaseback of three A330s in Q4

    News | 12 Feb 2015 16:02 | Edward Russell

    ​Hawaiian Airlines closed a sale and leaseback of three Airbus A330-200 aircraft in December, locking in financing for all of its aircraft deliveries this year.
  • ​FAA grants 180min ETOPS to A350

    News | 01 Feb 2015 22:43 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    US authorities have granted 180min extended twin-engined operations (ETOPS) to the Airbus A350.
  • Wolfe cuts estimates as Hawaiian predicts unit revenue dip

    News | 30 Jan 2015 20:43 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Industry analysis firm Wolfe Research has lowered its 2015 financial expectations for Hawaiian Holdings, noting that the company expects its unit revenue to decline in 2015.
  • Hawaiian logs Q4 gains in cargo and ancillary revenue

    News | 30 Jan 2015 17:24 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Hawaiian Holdings’ revenue from secondary sources like cargo and ancillary products climbed at double digit rates in the fourth quarter of 2014 – gains made possible partly by the acquisition of additional Airbus A330s.
  • ANALYSIS: US carriers outline pragmatic plans for fuel savings

    News | 30 Jan 2015 15:39 | Edward Russell

    ​US carriers stand to gain billions of dollars this year if oil prices stay low, cash that they say will largely be put towards further deleveraging of their balance sheets and increased shareholder returns.