Top News on Hawaiian Airlines

  • Hawaiian commits to up to 12 A330-800neos

    ​Hawaiian Airlines has committed to six Airbus A330-800neo aircraft, replacing its order for the Airbus A350-800.

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  • 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...

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  • Ex-Im reauthorisation deadline could be pushed to 2015

    News | 18 Sep 2014 13:50 | Edward Russell

    ​The deadline for reauthorising the US Export-Import Bank’s charter could be pushed to June 2015, under a bill approved by the US House of Representatives.
  • Hawaiian’s 767s to get Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband

    News | 17 Sep 2014 16:00 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Hawaiian Airlines will install Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband flight deck safety services on its Boeing 767-300 aircraft, making the Honolulu-based carrier the first airline to use the system.
  • Lessors optimistic about A330 'ceo' longer-term prospects

    News | 15 Sep 2014 09:03 | Ellis Taylor

    Lessors see plenty of life in the current-generation of Airbus A330 aircraft even after the re-engined A330neo series enters service in late 2017.
  • ANALYSIS: EETC volume remains slow despite low rates

    News | 08 Sep 2014 16:17 | Edward Russell

    ​Airlines continue to trickle out new secured enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETC) deals this year, despite strong investor interest and record low coupons.
  • ANALYSIS: Capacity tweaks drive US domestic network changes

    News | 28 Aug 2014 13:17 | Edward Russell

    ​Tweaking routes to achieve the most efficient and profitable network is a never-ending task for airlines. Questions like whether or not to fly three-times a day between Chicago and Omaha on a Boeing 737 or six-times a day on a Bombardier CRJ200 are common.
  • A4A sees some benefits from Ex-Im aircraft financing

    News | 25 Aug 2014 23:54 | Edward Russell

    ​Airlines for America (A4A) chief executive Nick Calio sees both pluses and minuses of the US Export-Import Bank’s (Ex-Im) aircraft lending practices, even as the lender has emerged as divisive issue among US carriers.