Hawaiian Airlines said it lost $50.2 million in the final quarter of 2022 (Q4 2022) and $240.1 million for the year. The losses were significant improvements on 2021 when it reported a Q4 loss of over $90 million and more than $400 million for the 12 month period. “We saw continued strong demand in our domestic markets and recovery in our international markets illustrating that Hawaiʻi is a top destination and we are the carrier of choice. I am excited to see what we can accomplish in 2023 as we continue to build a solid foundation for our future,” said
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