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Hawaiian Airlines most punctual carrier in January

By Star-Advertiser Staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:01 a.m. HST, Mar 15, 2012

Hawaiian Airlines was the nation's top-ranked carrier for on-time performance and fewest flight cancellations in January, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Hawaiian had an industry-best 93.1 percent of its flights arrive as scheduled in January. The average on-time performance for the 15 airlines surveyed by DOT was 83.8 percent.

Hawaiian also led all airlines with zero cancellations out 5,859 scheduled flights in January. On average, 1.5 percent of flights were canceled in January out of the 15 airlines surveyed.

Hawaiian ranked 7th overall for fewest misplaced bags during February, reporting 2.87 mishandled baggage reports for every 1,000 passengers served.

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slc3755 wrote:
Big Deal. This is an easy feat when all of your flights are direct, non stop flights from point A to point B and back again. Let's talk about the fact that all Hawaii based reservation agents were laid off and all reservations are now handled from the Philippines, where "Our Airlines" can take advantage of slave labor. That was one of the great things about Hawaiian airlines, being able to talk to an actual local person from Hawaii. Perhaps Hawaiian Air should rename itself Air PI. Let's talk about the bankruptcy that srewed so many people out of their stock and retirement accounts. Hawaiian Airlines doesn't give a rat's a** about Hawaii and it should be embarrassed to continue using the name.
on March 15,2012 | 09:22AM
kainalu wrote:
... but absolutely dead last when trying to get them to do the right thing. It's like pulling teeth. Hey Dunkerley and Wagoner - you OWE ME A REFUND! Darn it!
on March 15,2012 | 11:29AM
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