Delivery delays for the Airbus A321neo are causing headaches for Hawaiian Airlines, as the aircraft is a vital component in the next phase of the carrier’s plans to optimize its fleet and network. Airbus has told the airline its initial A321neos will likely arrive three months later than expected. This means the first three aircraft are now projected to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year, instead of deliveries beginning in July as previously scheduled. Production issues with ...

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