Hawaiian Airlines on Friday received a more than $1 million contract modification from U.S. Department of Defense.
The Honolulu-based carrier was one of 24 air service providers that received the one of 12 economic price adjustments, according to a statement.
The companies will provide charter airlift services in support of the civil reserve air fleet.
Other airlines that service Hawaii and received a modification include Alaska Airlines ($502,600), Delta Air Lines ($58.2 million) and American Airlines as part of a group of five service providers ($570.6 million).
Hawaiian Airlines transported more than 1.8 million passengers to Hawaii in 2016, according to Pacific Business News research.
The DOD said the modifications increase the cumulative face value of the program to more than $2.6 billion.READ MORE