Hawaiian Airlines is about to further readjust its schedule as a part of Pratt & Whitney’s engine recall program to inspect its A320neo engines. After Pratt & Whitney’s call to check the microscopic cracks in engines Hawaiian has already grounded its 18 A320neos, hindering its capacity during the peak summer season with no estimated timeline of return to service. And due to the lack of the aircraft, the airline was forced to suspend its daily Kahului-Las Vegas flight service from August 5 to August 31. These consequences are bound to last for the rest of this year and onto the next as
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