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Hawaiian Airlines passenger traffic off 3.1% in November

By Star-Advertiser staff


Hawaiian Airlines' passenger traffic declined 3.1 percent in November from the year-earlier period despite carrying more seats.

The state's largest carrier said today it transported 766,252 people last month compared with 791,033 in November 2012.

Available seat miles, or one seat transported one mile, rose 4 percent to 1.35 million miles from 1.30 million miles.

The load factor, or the percentage of seats filled, declined 3.2 percentage points to 79.2 percent from 82.4 percent.

Revenue passenger miles, or one paying passenger transported one mile, was virtually flat at 1.07 million miles.

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Kahu Matu wrote:
Yet gay marriage was supposed to bring in more people and more money. When you sell your standards and morals to the politicians, fewer will want to associate themselves with vacations in Hawaii. Like Obamacare, can we undo the gay marriage before it does too much further damage?
on December 9,2013 | 03:28PM
HIE wrote:
Seriously Kahu Mahu? Marriage equality was instituted in December. This report is based on November flight results. You're really a special kind of baka.
on December 10,2013 | 06:49AM
slacker47 wrote:
Hey HA mgmt, just add a route from Chicago and you might have full planes. My local Detroit would be better but Chicago more prosperous folks. Its freezin here,and windchills in single digits.
on December 9,2013 | 07:03PM
palani wrote:
Chicago is already serviced by United. Philadelphia is the largest East Coast city without a direct flight to Honolulu, so it might make a good addition.
on December 10,2013 | 05:36AM
Ronin006 wrote:
Palani, United flies daily non-stops between Newark/New York and Honolulu; UA 15 to Honolulu and UA 1246 to Newark/New York.
on December 10,2013 | 07:50AM
Smiling wrote:
I chose Alaska Airlines over my favorite Hawaiian Airlines ( to the West Coast ) over Thanksgiving weekend...why?? because Alaska was $200.00 CHEAPER per ticket !!
on December 10,2013 | 06:41AM
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