Hawaiian Airlines' new 95,800-square-foot maintenance hangar is large enough to hold five Boeing 717 aircraft at a time, and has safety systems including equipment that can fill the hangar with 14 feet of flame-retardant foam. "Hawaiian Airlines, since its inception, has always provided capacity for people traveling between the islands. That won't change. There will always be seats available. We will always meet the needs of this community," CEO Mark Dunkerley said.
Hawaiian Airlines dedicates new hangar with 5-jet capacity
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