Fuel prices push airline into the red (Honolulu Advertiser)

Hawaiian Airlines posted a $4.5 million loss during the second quarter largely because of higher fuel prices. The state's largest airline, which emerged from bankruptcy reorganization June 2, said the loss reverses a $6.6 million net profit for the second quarter of 2004.


Posted August 16, 2005

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