It is estimated that 39% of total inter-island passengers who flew on Hawaiian Airlines in 2018 are residents of Hawaii, according to the report.
In fiscal year 2019 the airline is expected to provide 8.3 million departing seats between islands, which translates to roughly 87% of all seats. The airline will have 72,900 inter-island flight departures, making up nearly 52% of all annual flights traveling between the islands.
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