Hawaiian Holdings, the airline’s parent company, has posted the 10th straight profitable quarter. Earnings for the airline were $30.5 million, a small dip on 2009 earnings of $30.7 million. Revenue, however, was up 15.2% to $352 million, with an 8.9% increase in seating capacity during the third quarter. “What you’re seeing is a recovery of the U.S. economy, which is very, very important in our improved revenue picture,” says Mark Dunkerley Hawaiian president and CEO. “In addition to that, we have brought on additional capacity, and our timing has been very fortuitous. We have actually brought on additional airplane seats,

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