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Hawaiian Airlines boosts load factor in September

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Hawaiian Airlines’ planes were 85.7 percent full in September, up 1.9 percentage points from the same month a year earlier, the carrier said today.


The total number of passengers flown during the month dropped to 658,211, a 3.7 percent decline from September 2009. Revenue per available seat mile, which measures how much money Hawaiian made flying each paying passenger one mile, rose 8.3 percent in September.






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