Hawaiian tops U.S. in on-time flights
Hawaiian Airlines was the nation's top-ranked carrier for on-time performance and fewest flight cancellations in April, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Hawaiian had an industry-best 93.5 percent of its flights arrive as scheduled in April. It had only two cancellations out of 5,333 flights.
In addition, Hawaiian ranked second overall for fewest misplaced bags during April, reporting 1.61 mishandled baggage reports for every 1,000 passengers served.
The DOT report covers 18 airlines, including eight carriers providing service to Hawai'i.
LEARN ABOUT INVESTING AT FREE SEMINAR
Randy Hammon, author of "The Safe Money System," will host a free seminar on investing June 8 at the Ala Moana Hotel.
Hammon, a former professional baseball player and stock broker, says his book offers investors an alternative to the traditional Wall Street approaches that "protect the brokerage houses but actually put people's hard-earned savings at serious risk."
Hammon went to work for a major brokerage firm in Southern California after playing professional baseball for 11 seasons. He was drafted as a pitcher by the Kansas City Royals in 1969 and played for several minor league teams, finishing up his career with the Phoenix Giants of the Pacific Coast League.
The seminar starts at 7 p.m. Call 866-280-7380 to reserve a seat.
EXHIBITORS SOUGHT FOR REMODELING EXPO
June 18 is the deadline for exhibitors to reserve a spot at the Building Industry Association of Hawaii's Remodel It Right Expo, set for Aug. 13-15 at the Hawai'i Convention Center.
The event will feature an estimated 220 exhibitor booths showcasing Hawai'i's top contractors, suppliers, building industry experts and associates.
The event's theme is "Remodel It Right, Remodel It Right Green."
Interested companies may contact Clarice Watanabe at 629-7503 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.