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Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (0J3N.L)

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    Billy
    So yesterday, HA rose .68 cents....seemed good...until the pre-market today and it is down .68 cents. Ho does anyone make sense of this?
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    Z
    HA will love less expensive jet fuel
    Opening Japan market a tailwind
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    tabat
    Do you guys follow (http://Themaxgains.tech)? It seems way better than all the spam on the HA board - The alerts have been great!
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    CowabungaDad
    HA entered RSI and CCI oversold but hasn't pivot yet. Entry at 13.20, hoping to fill the open Gap at 14.
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    Justin
    Tanking below $14. They know the numbers are bad. Losses are mounting up. Not going to like earnings. Aloha ! Thank you Ege ! Thank you Joe !
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    Justin
    The Virus is hitting states and is considered to be a new strain. We'll be getting another booster shot soon to protect us on planes.
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    Maui News

    Hawaiian Airlines Launches Ontario-Honolulu Service

    March 17, 2021, 9:04 AM HST
    Hawaiian Airlines today inaugurated five-times-weekly nonstop service to Honolulu from Ontario, giving Inland Empire travelers more options for traveling to Hawai‘i. Hawaiian’s Ontario-Honolulu service – which will be offered daily starting May 24 to meet summer demand – expands options for Greater Los Angeles residents. The new flights build upon nonstop flights already offered to the Hawaiian Islands from Los Angeles and Long Beach." Now that's what I'm talking about!

    “Southern Californians’ love for Hawai‘i and their preference to fly Hawaiian Airlines have allowed us to keep growing our popular service throughout the region,” said Peter Ingram, president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, noting that Los Angeles became the carrier’s first US mainland gateway in 1985. “We are excited to bring our service to Ontario airport and looking forward to sharing our award-winning Hawaiian hospitality with more guests from the Inland Empire.”
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    Brad
    Rumor has it that Alaska Airlines will try to acquire Hawaiian within the next few months. Would be a strategic pairing and accretive from a financial perspective. At $40-45/share buyout would be a bargain for Alaska and a victory for long-suffering HA shareholders.
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    Justin
    Fox news just announced Gov David Ige extended 14-day quarantine for Hawaii. Way to go Governor ! There goes HA stock to single digits.
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    Jb
    Late yesterday large shorts were selling HA into the close, knowing the traffic revenue report was coming - what were they thinking?... HA is going to be fine, and any surprises this year will likely be on the positive side...
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    koby
    hawaiian air planes are already operating at 85% occupancy
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    Hawaiian Holdings Inc. provided an improved second-quarter revenue outlook Tuesday, citing continued "strong demand" in its North America market. The Hawaiian Airlines parent said it now expects revenue to decline 42% to 46% from the same quarter in prepandemic 2019, compared with previous guidance for a 45% to 50% decline. The company also said it now expects earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and aircraft rent expense (Ebitdar) to be down $40 million to $10 million from a year ago, an improvement from its previous guidance for a decline of $70 million to $20 million. Separately, the company raised its outlook for fuel price per gallon to $1.87 from $1.75, but affirmed its capacity outlook for a decline of 30% to 33%. The stock, which fell 0.8% in premarket trading, has run up 43.2% year to date through Monday, while the U.S. Global Jets ETF has rallied 17.6% and the S&P 500 has gained 11.7%.
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    D
    NOT trying to hype this- not my style..I just think we are soon going to see several mergers- The Industry is going to be forced to consolidate. Lots of economic damage has been done and the airlines even today are still bleeding losses. No pricing power, X % of business travel is lost lost forever, etc. So in terms of HA, the good news is they have an attractive market / planes / routes for a few partners. Would be a super fit for SW. Once one of the carriers merge it will ignite the others to act. Iv'e seen this movie before. JMHO
    And again, not trying to hype anything! D
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    Daniel
    I bought in at $24. Based on how many people I know traveling to the islands and its previous high in 2019, above $40, I predict a solid rebound of this stock over the next year. Im holding until about $45.

    People are finally feeling safe to travel and many are picking Miami and Hawaii as their destinations. My bet is on Hawaiian. I know other airlines like united and southwest are options, but I feel those have already jumped and Hawaiian is the last to return to its old highs. Furthermore, this airline is much more aloha and its vibe is much different compared to the other airlines. I see a jump in ridership thru 2021 and profits up at the start of 2022.

    HA will be over $30 by the end of June! Buy in while its low!
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    "Vaccinated mainlanders will be able to skip COVID-19 testing and quarantines in Hawaii once the state hits a 60% vaccination rate, according to Hawaiian Gov. David Ige. Once 70% of Hawaiians are fully vaccinated, the state will drop all travel restrictions and sunset its Safe Travels program.

    As of June 7, 53% of Hawaiians were fully vaccinated and 60% had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Hawaii's health department. In theory, travel restrictions could begin to ease within weeks if everyone follows up with a second dose of the vaccine."
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    For the first quarter of 2021, the Company reported a net loss of $60.7 million, and adjusted net loss of $190.6 million.
    The Company reported total revenue of $182 million, down 72% compared to the first quarter of 2019, on 49% lower capacity. After a slow start to the year, the Company experienced a rebound in close-in demand in North America in March 2021.

    The Company reported total operating expenses of $255.4 million, and operating expenses excluding non-recurring items of $402.7 million, down 33% compared to the first quarter of 2019.