Hawaiian posts profit in 2007, CEO warns of high fuel costs

02/29/2008 | Air Transport World · USA Today

Hawaiian Airlines earned $7.1 million in 2007, up from a net loss of $40.5 million reported in 2006. CEO Mark Dunkerley noted the soaring price of jet fuel offset the company's efforts to control costs. He expects the company to continue to face high fuel costs and a competitive market this year.

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