Hawaiian Airlines has confirmed it has repaid loans with an expanded line of credit worth as much as $75 million during the next four years from Wells Fargo Capital Finance and others. The credit is secured by ground equipment, aircraft, spare engines and account receivables. The airline also confirmed it was discussing borrowing alternatives for aircraft deliveries for the future.

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