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Hawaiian Airlines: America)(financial results)(Brief article)

Hawaiian emerged from Chapter 11 protection on June 2, 2005, 26 months after it filed for bankruptcy, but more than two years of reorganizing have not resulted in consistent profits. Parent Hawaiian Holdings reported a 2005 full-year loss of $12.4 million although at the pre-tax level it had income of $10.5 million. Red ink continued in the first quarter as losses widened to $12.3 million from $2.1 million in the year-ago period.


The carrier serves the Hawaiian Islands as well as destinations on the West Coast with a fleet of 717s and 767s and is the US industry leader in terms of punctuality, completion factor and baggage delivery. …

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