Hawaiian Airlines has made a $107 million loss in Q2 with the company’s chief executive laying the blame firmly on the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. “Our second quarter results reflect the continued impact of COVID-19 and State of Hawai’i quarantines on our business,” said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian Airlines chief executive. “In the face of these unprecedented challenges, we have taken action to preserve and raise cash and are crafting plans to position us for the future even as we address the immediate adversity. With our leisure business model and relentless focus on the needs of the Hawai’i traveller, we are positioned

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