5 Responses

  1. Sean Roebuck
    Sean Roebuck at |

    Oh shit

  2. Jeb Bolt
    Jeb Bolt at |

    It will be very interesting to see what HA will do their A332s. I suspect they will keep some of them to fly the high demand U.S. markets, as well as those international routes that don’t require extra range. If they go forward with all 20, it will be even more interesting if they look at getting the proposed B797.

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      The MOM/NMA/797 is a timing challenge. It probably doesn’t show up until 2025ish and Hawaiian is (at least in theory) taking these a few years earlier. There’s also a range challenge with the NMA. It is supposed to be significantly shorter range (~5200nm is predicted http://www.gcmap.com/mapui?R=5200nm%40hnl) than the 787s so how would that work for Hawaiian’s theoretical plans to expand further into Asia?

      I doubt the A332s go anywhere for a long while.

    2. Jeb Bolt
      Jeb Bolt at |

      Very interesting, Seth. I agree the A332s will be around for a long time to come.

  3. Sean Roebuck
    Sean Roebuck at |

    So what will they use for the Raiders?