Hawaiian sees positive trends in break-even quarter

04/23/2010 | American City Business Journals

Hawaiian Airlines on Thursday announced a break-even first quarter as revenue gains were offset by higher fuel costs. With operating revenue up 3.4% and load factor hitting 83.6%, CEO Mark Dunkerley expressed cautious optimism. "Demand is strengthening, albeit at a rate less than is being experienced in other regions, and we have measures in hand to reduce the rate of our nonfuel-related cost increases, which will help improve our results heading into the summer season," he said.

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