Hawaiian first U.S. airline on board for daily air quality monitoring
By Dan Nakaso email@example.com
Nov. 21, 2017
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On Oct. 23 a specially equipped Hawaiian Airlines A330 wide-body aircraft began measuring the health of the atmosphere across the Pacific Ocean during its regularly scheduled routes. Hawaiian Air Executive Vice President Jon Snook, left, and Andreas Petzold of the Institute of Energy and Climate Research viewed the outboard instrument Monday.