Thursday, 8 November 2018

Hawaiian sees revenues rise during October.

Hawaiian Airlines carried over 971,000 passengers during last month, a record for the carrier it reported this week.  The airline also increased flights which had a slightly negative impact on its load factors across the fleet, down to 85.6%

The airline recently announced it would be starting a direct service from Honolulu to Boston from 4th April.  The service will operate five days a week on a 278-seat Airbus A330 widebody aircraft, which features a spacious first-class cabin that has 18 lie-flat leather seats that transform into 180-degree beds at a roomy 20.5 inches wide and 76 inches long, in a 2-2-2 configuration. The aircraft also has  68 Extra Comfort main cabin seats, which offer a 36-inch seat pitch for extra leg room, and priority boarding.



SYSTEM-WIDE OPERATIONS
OCTOBER
2018
2017
% CHANGE
PAX
971,817
967,377
0.5%
RPMs (000)
1,461,020
1,409,669
3.6%
ASMs (000)
1,707,350
1,606,515
6.3%
LF
85.6%
87.7%
(2.1) pts




YEAR-TO-DATE
2018
2017
% CHANGE
PAX
9,920,792
9,559,110
3.8%
RPMs (000)
14,382,687
13,600,514
5.8%
ASMs (000)
16,811,849
15,815,158
6.3%
LF
85.6%
86.0%
(0.4) pts



PAX
Passengers transported
RPM
Revenue Passenger Mile; one paying passenger transported one mile
ASM
Available Seat Mile; one seat transported one mile
LF
Load Factor; percentage of seating capacity filled
Hawaiian Airlines is recruiting for customer service and ramp agent positions to join its airport operations ‘ohana in Kahului, Līhu‘e and Kona. The airline will be conducting on-site interviews in Kona on Friday, 9th November, and Kahului and Līhu‘e on 12th November. 

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