Hawaiian Airlines expects its operating revenue per available seat mile to improve in the first quarter, according to a SEC filing. The airline cites better-than-expected passenger revenue from its North America and international routes, as well as its cargo operations. Hawaiian also expects its cost per ASM excluding fuel to be lower than previously indicated for the quarter ending March 31, 2015 due to better than expected cost performance and a shift of certain maintenance expenses to later in the year.
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