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Hawaiian confirms neo order

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 26, 2013
An A321neo in Hawaiian colours. (Airbus)

Hawaiian Airlines has signed a firm order for 16 A321neo aircraft, confirming a memorandum of understanding announced in January.

“As our Airbus fleet expands, so does our destination network,” said Mark Dunkerley, president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines. “Our fleet of A330s has prompted great response from our customers and employees alike. And the addition of the A321neo to our fleet is expected to generate around one thousand new jobs at our airline.”

Hawaiian’s A321neos will feature a two-class cabin with approximately 190 seats. The airline has not yet announced its engine selection.

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