Hawaiian Holdings revises Q1 operating revenue per ASM to down 1.5%-3.5% In a regulatory filing, Hawaiian Holdings revised its expectations provided in its earnings release on January 29. The company now sees cost per ASM excluding fuel down 1.5% to up 0.5%; previous guidance was up 1.5%-4.5%. Now sees operating revenue per ASM down 1.5%-3.5%; previous guidance was down 3.5%-6.5%. The company backs ASM guidance of up 3.5%-5.5%. Backs gallons of jet fuel consumed up 2%-4%. The company now sees economic fuel cost per gallon $2.19-$2.24; previous guidance was $2.05-$2.15. "The company now expects its operating revenue per available seat mile to improve relative to prior guidance for Q1 due to better than expected passenger revenue performance primarily on its North America and International routes as well as better than expected other revenue results from its North America and International Cargo operations. The company expects its cost per ASM excluding fuel to be lower than previously indicated for Q1 due to better than expected cost performance and a shift of certain maintenance expenses to later in the year," said Hawaiian.