Hawaiian Decides on a New Fleet of Rolls Royce Powered Airbus A-330’s

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In a new partnership between two respected brands which has just been announced there is a huge win for the environment and air travelers. Hawaiian Airlines will roll out a new fleet of fuel-efficient planes next year.

Hawaiian Airlines’ has decided on a new fleet of Rolls Royce powered Airbus A-330’s.  “The Boeing 767 is a great aircraft,” said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian Airlines’ President and CEO. “The A-330 is a step ahead of that.”

The new airbus will be about three to four percent more fuel efficient than Boeing 767s. That translates to about 700 fewer tons of carbon emissions per aircraft per year.”

This “green” initiative is a $460 million investment by Hawaiian Airlines…

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