Hawaiian Airlines is acquiring two Boeing 717 aircraft to add capacity during peak travel periods. “Hawaiian already offers the most comprehensive and convenient schedule connecting the islands of our state,” said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian’s chief commercial officer. “These additional aircraft will allow us to enhance these options and better serve the travel needs of kama’aina and visitors for years to come.” The aircraft, which are on a six-year lease, were previously operated by Volotea, a Spanish carrier switching to Airbus 319 aircraft. The aircraft, which seat 128 passengers in a 2-3 main cabin configuration, will enter Hawaiian’s network after being
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