Hawaiian Airlines transported more than 760,000 passengers in September, a jump of more than 10% over the same month in 2011.



The carrier’s load factor dipped, however, slipping 2.5 percentage points year over year to 84.2% for the month, according to figures released by Hawaiian on Oct. 9.

The airline’s revenue-producing miles surged 26.7% in September, to more than 1 billion flown.

Year to date through September, Hawaiian transported over 7 billion passengers, up 11.1% over the same period a year earlier, while the carrier’s load factor was essentially unchanged, dipping less than one percentage point, to 83.7%.
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