Chris Katje
Research analyst, growth, value, IPOs

Hawaiian Holdings Shares Can Double With Upcoming Catalyst And Low Valuation To Peers

Despite being one of the smallest states and relatively secluded from the United States, Hawaii is a huge tourist destination that attracts hundreds of billions of dollars in tourism. One publicly traded company has been taking advantage of that tourism for years. Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA), with its ownership of Hawaiian Airlines, is the best way to play the Hawaiian tourism market and has an upcoming catalyst that could double the price of the shares.

China is the catalyst

Hawaiian Airlines will begin flights to China in April of 2014. The airline will offer three flights per week to China. Each flight will be able to handle 294 passengers. In case you don't see this being a big deal,...

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