Hawaiian Airlines has reported that it earned $70 million, or $1.15 a share, during the third quarter compared with $35.6 million, or 56 cents a share, in the year-earlier period. Revenue, dropped 1.2 percent to $631.7 million from $639.5 million. Aircraft fuel, including taxes and delivery, fell 42.1 percent to $105.5 million from $182.2 million. Hawaiian Airlines has also announced plans to add 180-degree lie-flat seats to its A330 aircraft premium cabins. The airline flies the A330 on the majority of its North American and international routes. The 180-degree seats will use a seat platform to fold into 76-inch beds.

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