|Quoting Laxintl (Thread starter):|
All three major interisland carriers posted multimillion dollar losses in recent quarters as they compete with each other by offering passengers low fares.
|Quoting USXguy (Reply 2):|
these job cuts were announced about 6 months ago, I guess it was just overshadowed with the res outsourcing. Must be a slow news day.
|Quoting HAL (Reply 6):|
Management says there will not be a problem with he new service, but I'm withholding my vote of confidence until I hear from our customers.
|Quoting Itsnotfinals (Reply 5):|
I just flew from Kaua'i to HNL literally with 3 hours notice and bought a 25 dollar ticket on HA for the flight. I would have gladly paid more since I think HA is a great airline. Mesa continues to be a cancer on the Hawaiian market.
|Quoting Bicoastal (Reply 9):|
Nothing stopped you from paying more for your ticket as a magnanimous gesture.....since you seem so concerned. HA could have easily accepted an extra $100 as miscellaneous revenue. Put your money where your concern is. Otherwise, just enjoy the bargain and the stupidity of airline executives
|Quoting HnlBoi (Reply 11):|
I work with someone who has been with HA part time for 4 years who was an interperter, and CSA. She was laid off yesterday as the interpeters fall under "management" and arent union. She took it quite hard and as a shock.
|Quoting ANCFlyer (Reply 1):|
""The cuts include some 20 workers in the Hawaiian's information technology division, which the airline is outsourcing to vendors in India.""
Lovely, Hawaiian goes low-rent on the res center as well.
Well, so much for making any telephone calls to HA . . .