Hawaiian Airlines reports $144M loss in first quarter, warns more economic pain ahead

Hawaiian Airlines reports $144M loss in first quarter, warns more economic pain ahead
Hawaiian Airlines has parked most of its fleet amid the pandemic shutdown. (Source: Hawaiian Airlines)

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaiian Airlines revealed Tuesday how hard the pandemic has hurt their bottom line.

Their first quarter earning report shows a loss of $144 million so far this year.

Compared to last year, revenue is down nearly 15%.

The airline projects that they’ll fly more than 90% below capacity through May compared to 2019.

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