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Hawaii Airlines to place $4.4B Airbus Order

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posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 04:18 PM
Hawaiian Airlines has finalized negotiations with the pilots union and has finalized a deal worth $4.4B in Airbus aircraft. The deal is for 24 aircraft, six A330-200, six A350-800 aircraft, and purchase rights for 12 others. The deal will replace their current 18 767-300ER aircraft.

They also are reported to be shopping for replacements for their 717 aircraft used on interisland flights.

The parent of Hawaiian Airlines said it had successfully concluded labor talks that will allow it to go ahead with plans to acquire up to 24 Airbus long-range aircraft for $4.4 billion.

Hawaiian Holdings said it had signed a definitive purchase agreement under which it will acquire six A330-200 aircraft, six A350WXB-800 aircraft and gain purchase rights for another 12 aircraft. The jets will replace Hawaiian's current wide-body fleet of 18 Boeing 767-200 planes.

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