Hawaiian expects 767 winglets to cut fuel consumption 5%

09/16/2008 | USA Today

Hawaiian Airlines says it will begin this month to install fuel-saving winglets on eight Boeing 767-300ER jets. The 11-foot-tall winglets, manufactured by Aviation Partners Boeing, are expected to cut annual fuel consumption by more than 300,000 gallons per aircraft.

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