More than 848,000 passengers traveled on Hawaiian Airlines flights in September, an improvement of 3.1% over the same month last year.


The carrier’s load factor remained essentially unchanged, however, dipping less than a percentage point to 82.1% in September, according to figures released by Hawaiian Oct. 7.

Meanwhile, revenue producing miles were up during the month, climbing 2.3% year over year to more than 1.1 billion.

Through the first nine months of 2015, Hawaiian has transported more than 8 million travelers, up nearly 5% over the same period a year ago, while the carrier’s load factor has remained essentially unchanged, slipping less than a percentage point to 81.2%.

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