Layoffs ahead for Hawaiian Airlines after pax and cargo slump

Hawaiian Airlines A330 with island in background

Photo courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines.

During today’s second-quarter earnings call from Hawaiian Airlines’ parent Hawaiian Holdings, company leadership announced the need to proceed with involuntary separations in its company. The airline’s cargo revenues were significantly lower during the second quarter, declining by 52.3% year over year to $17.4 million, and passenger declines were even worse. Hawaiian Airlines’ passenger and cargo […]

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