Hawaiian eyes new Asian markets as A330 deliveries begin

04/9/2010 | AviationWeek.com

With the first of 10 new A330s scheduled for delivery this month, Hawaiian Airlines is targeting growth in Asia -- starting with coveted slots at Tokyo's Haneda Airport. CEO Mark Dunkerley says Hawaiian "has made no secret of our desire to grow our network through expansion in Asia," citing China and Korea in particular.

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