Hawaiian Holdings Inc. (HA)

28.06
NASDAQ : Transportation
Prev Close 28.36
Day Low/High 26.84 / 28.09
52 Wk Low/High 22.84 / 41.09
Avg Volume 604.70K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 47.29M
Market Cap 1.31B
EPS 4.60
P/E Ratio 5.70
Div & Yield 0.48 (1.73%)

American, Continental Vie for N.Y.-Tokyo Route

Both American and Continental are seeking to serve Tokyo's Haneda Airport from their New York-area hubs.

Why Delta Wants It All at Tokyo Haneda

Why Delta Wants It All at Tokyo Haneda

In the newly reopened U.S.-Haneda market, the Department of Transportation will award four slots to U.S. carriers. Delta wants all four.

United Jumps in On-Time Ranking

United Jumps in On-Time Ranking

United led network carriers in 2009 on-time ranking, narrowly beating out US Airways.

United Orders 50 Boeing, Airbus Jets

United Orders 50 Boeing, Airbus Jets

United Airlines on Tuesday said it will take delivery of 50 next-generation, wide-body jets from Airbus and Boeing by 2016.

Airlines' On-time Performance Falters In October

Airlines' On-time Performance Falters In October

DOT: Airlines' on-time performance worse in October than same month in 2008

United to Buy Boeing, Airbus Jets

United Airlines on Tuesday said it will order 25 new planes each from Boeing and Airbus, which sources tell TheStreet will include the delayed Boeing 787 and Airbus A350.

Hawaiian Airlines' Ticket Is Leisure: Best in Class

Hawaiian Airlines' Ticket Is Leisure: Best in Class

A drop in business travel has hurt most U.S. carriers, but when you have a name like Hawaiian Airlines, you don't need so much corporate business.

Sector Snap: Airline Stocks Rise

Sector Snap: Airline Stocks Rise

Airline stocks rise with broader market after Bernanke comments, home-sales report

DOT Fines 3 Carriers For Disclosure Violations

DOT Fines 3 Carriers For Disclosure Violations

DOT fines Continental, US Airways and Hawaiian for violating disclosure rules

TSC Ratings' Updates: Hawaiian Holdings

CGI, Griffin, GSI, Hawaiian Holdings are upgraded; Tengasco is downgraded.

United's Unions Want Their Due

It's been three years since the airline emerged from bankruptcy, and now it is hearing from its workers.

Battered Mesa Air Holds Out Hope

Despite lawsuits, a delisting threat and hefty bond payments, Mesa believes it can be cash-flow positive in 2009.

Mapping the Transports: Part II

Most airlines still face stiff headwinds despite lower fuel costs.

Stuck in No Man's Land

The market's late short squeeze undermined the early selloff and left the major averages adrift.

Hawaiian Air Moving to Fill Void

Hawaiian Air Moving to Fill Void

The carrier loses $20 million in the first quarter, but revenue rises nearly 17%.

Demise of Rivals Boosts Hawaiian Air

Demise of Rivals Boosts Hawaiian Air

Still, there's enough competition from the likes of Mesa and United to keep the carrier on its toes.

Monday's Winners & Losers: Schering-Plough

Monday's Winners & Losers: Schering-Plough

Shares tank after an expert panel recommends doctors avoid prescribing Vytorin.

Monday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Monday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Hawaiian Holdings takes off on news of less competition in the sector.

Aloha Airlines Back in Bankruptcy

Fuel costs and intense competition left the carrier no choice.

Boeing's Ripple Effect Begins

Boeing's Ripple Effect Begins

With the 787 delay, airlines are changing plans, and S&P cuts its outlook for suppliers.

Hawaiian Sets Airbus Order

It will likely buy 24 planes.

Mesa's Not Quitting Hawaii

Hawaiian Air isn't backing down either.

Hawaiian Wins Ruling vs. Mesa

Hawaiian Wins Ruling vs. Mesa

Mesa is ordered to pay $80 million.

For Airlines, 'Aloha' Means Dogfight

For Airlines, 'Aloha' Means Dogfight

Three carriers are finding the skies over Hawaii a bit crowded.

Tuesday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Tuesday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

FuelCell Energy climbs on a power-purchase deals with two Connecticut utilities.

Wednesday's Early Winners & Losers

Wednesday's Early Winners & Losers

Nanogen's sales rise as its loss narrows.

Fewer Flights on Time in '06

Fewer Flights on Time in '06

The DOT says 75.4% of all flights by U.S. carriers arrived on schedule last year.

Goldman Neutral on Airlines

Goldman Neutral on Airlines

The firm gives Southwest a sell rating.

Volcanic Paradise

Volcanic Paradise

The Big Island of Hawaii is a land of contrasts, from fine white-sand beaches to jagged black lava rocks.

Have Wedding, Will Travel

Have Wedding, Will Travel

Couples are increasingly seeking out all-inclusive marriage packages at exotic altars.

TheStreet Quant Rating: C (Hold)