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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.