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Hawaiian Airlines navigates slowly into international markets

Hawaiian Airlines’ Executive Vice President, CFO and Treasurer, Peter Ingram, was not shy about advising analysts to resist the temptation to fit the carrier into the standard airline categories of legacy versus low-cost carrier. Indeed, he was the first speaker at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Transportation Conference to say there is a kind of hybrid category – one with a legacy history, but transformed into a kind of niche carrier, much like Alaska Air.

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