Briefs | Business Hawaiian ranked most punctual airline in April By Star-Advertiser staff June 16, 2017 Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Hawaiian Airlines easily beat out 11 other U.S. carriers to post the best on-time performance record in April. Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Subscribe Now Read this story for free: Watch an ad or complete a survey Log In Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Activate Digital Account Print subscriber but without online access? Activate your Digital Account now. Hawaiian Airlines easily beat out 11 other U.S. carriers to post the best on-time performance record in April. The carrier was punctual on 88.8 percent of its flights, according to data released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation. United Airlines was second at 81.9 percent and Alaska Airlines third at 81.6 percent. The average of all carriers was 78.5 percent. A flight is considered on time by the DOT if it arrives within 15 minutes of its scheduled arrival time. In other categories, Hawaiian was second for fewest cancellations with 0.2 percent of 6,470 scheduled flights and had the fifth-fewest consumer complaints with 1.58 per 100,000 passengers and the eighth-fewest mishandled baggage reports with 2.52 per 1,000 passengers. Lucky Strike Social holding 2 job fairs Entertainment retailer Lucky Strike Social is holding two three-day job fairs this month ahead of its Aug. 4 grand opening at Ala Moana Center. The entertainment venue will feature a four-lane bowling suite with a live-music stage and a full bar and lounge. It also will feature 120 games, ranging from boardwalk classics to deluxe attractions, and a retail store stocked with 250 prizes. The job fairs will be at 410 Atkinson Drive. The first job fair began Thursday and will continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Saturday. The second will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 24-26. Yotteko-ya closing McCully store on Sunday Yotteko-ya, which serves ramen in long-simmered broth, will close its McCully Shopping Center location Sunday after 13 years in business. The owner did not return calls, but Kimihiko Sano prepared a sign posted at the restaurant that informs customers of the Sunday closure and thanks them for their patronage. Sano has sold the only Hawaii outpost of a Kyoto, Japan-based ramen restaurant that opened on the second floor in 2004. “The target closing date (of the sale) is June 20,” said Nora Bland of Sofos Realty Corp., which leases the center. She said she could not disclose the name of the buyer, but confirmed that the new owner will serve ramen, as well as yakitori, but under a different brand name. The buyer is relocating an existing restaurant into the former Yotteko-ya space. ON THE MOVE Trump International Hotel Waikiki has announced the following new hires: Susie Fujikawa as director of leisure sales. She was previously director of sales for Island Air, and held numerous senior sales positions for LivingSocial, Travelocity, Starwood Hotels and Resorts and the Waikiki Parc Hotel. Shun Matsumoto is assistant sales and conference services manager. He was previously a sales and marketing executive for Hilton Grand Vacations Club and a luxury sales associate for Gucci America Inc. Child & Family Service has named Karen Tan president and chief executive officer, effective Oct. 1, replacing Howard Garval, who will retire after serving 11 years. Tan currently is chief program officer with 12 years in the organization and 23 years’ experience overall in nonprofit management and human services. Previous Story Nike to slash 1,400 jobs, cut sneaker styles in shakeup Next Story Hawaii jobless rate third lowest in U.S.