Thursday, November 17, 2011

Hawaiian Airlines orders 5 additional A330-200 aircraft

Hawaiian Airlines A330-243 (c/n 1114) N381HA "Hokule' A" captured on short final to Rwy 24R at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX/KLAX) on March 5, 2011.
(Photo by Michael Carter)

Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines (HA) has grown its Airbus A330-200 order by five aircraft. HA now has a commitment of 22 A330 aircraft, including four that are leased. The airline operates five A330-200s.

HA president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said, “Adding these additional A330-200s to our fleet over the next four years will support the continued expansion of our network and replacement of our current 767-300s. Our guests have responded enthusiastically to the cabin comfort and amenities of the A330-200.”

(Linda Blachly - ATWOnline News)

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