7/28/2010

Hawaiian Holdings Inc., the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, reported a second-quarter profit of $9 million -- a drop in net income of $18.5 million due partly to higher taxes and fuel costs. Despite the decline, president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said, "Hawaiian reported its ninth consecutive quarterly profit, a winning streak unrivaled amongst its major competitors." Sales were up about 8% to $315.9 million.

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