The Bratton Team

Hawaiian Airlines carried an all-time high of 11,840,178 passengers in 2018 amid a fleet expansion that helped generate a seventh straight year of record visitor arrivals to the state.

The state’s largest carrier, which reported its full-year passenger data Thursday, also said in the same report that it is narrowing its loss estimate for fourth-quarter operating revenue per available seat mile to the positive end of its prior guidance range due primarily to better-than-expected yields on its international routes and slightly better-than- expected holiday traffic on its North America routes. The company now expects its operating revenue per ASM to be down 3 to 4 percent compared with down 3 to 5 percent in its previous guidance. Click here to read entire article