Hawaiian Airlines transported more than 867,000 travelers in
April, an increase of 6.2% over the same month last year.
The carrier’s load factor also improved, climbing 5.6
percentage points to 83.1% in April, according to figures released by Hawaiian
earlier this month.
Meanwhile, revenue producing miles surged, jumping 10.7% to
more than 1.2 billion miles.
Through the end of April, Hawaiian transported 3.5 million
passengers, up 5.2% year over year, with a load factor of 81.6%, an increase of
nearly 3 percentage points.