|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||56.43 - 57.31|
|52-week range||43.81 - 60.79|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.45|
|Earnings date||10 Apr 2018 - 16 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.22 (2.17%)|
|1y target est||72.12|
The death of a puppy on a United Continental (UAL) flight is the latest in the series of disputes, confronted by the carrier. The latest issue is inviting attention from lawmakers as well.
Airline stocks ride high on upbeat unit revenue projections for the first quarter and decreased capacity-related woes. The new tax law also holds promise.
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy said he would file a bill today that would prevent airline staff from stowing animals in overhead bins.
Airlines got off to a tough start this year, after United Continental Holdings (UAL) announced it would add capacity--news that weighed not only on its stock, but peers like Delta Air Lines (DAL) and American Airlines Group (AAL) as well. However, other airlines have pushed back, saying that added capacity doesn't mean the industry is just repeating its past mistakes, and some analysts agree. Today, Raymond James echoed that upbeat sentiment, as analyst Savanthi Syth argued that the major legacy players are benefiting from strong global trends. Syth wrote that sales and yield trends are healthy globally, with passenger revenue per available seat mile on international segments outpacing domestic, helped by currency.
This week I discuss two dividend paying companies that both beat top and bottom line expectations and are expected to greatly benefit from the new tax reform law over the next few years. These companies are Pfizer Inc. (PFE), and Delta Air lines Inc. (DAL).
Virgin Atlantic has made its first loss in four years after the UK airline founded by Sir Richard Branson was hit by problems with the Rolls-Royce engines that power its Boeing 787 Dreamliners and a weak ...
The airline is currently investigating the death of a dog after being placed in an overhead bin.
Ground crew in Salt Lake City smelled burning from a lithium-ion battery in the airplane’s cargo hold before take off.
The NYSE ARCA Airline index is increasing mainly owing to the bullish Q1 unit revenue projections of key sector participants.
Warren Buffett has his personal political views, but the billionaire investor doesn't think it's right to mix business and politics.
Copa Holdings (CPA) reports impressive traffic figures in February, owing to strong demand for air travel. Load factor rises as traffic growth exceeds capacity expansion.
United Airlines and American Airlines essentially urged Wall Street to relax Tuesday, arguing that massive stock sell-offs from the past year reflected a misunderstanding of the industry.
Shares of United (UAL) climbed on Tuesday after the company announced that it upped its unit revenue guidance for the first quarter and provided strong full-year earnings guidance. Meanwhile, fellow U.S. airline powers Delta (DAL) and American (AAL) also saw their stock prices climb, which makes this a great time to see if any of these stocks are worth buying at the moment.
Airlines are trading up on Tuesday, following updates from some of the bigger players and amid easing concerns over price wars. Delta Air Lines (DAL) narrowed its first-quarter guidance, to 65-75 cents a share, below the 77-cent-per-share consensus. For the full year, it reaffirmed guidance of $6.35-$6.70 a share, compared to the $6.32 consensus. United Continental Holdings (UAL) today reaffirmed its guidance in a slide presentation at last week’s JPMorgan Aviation, Transportation and Industrials Conference, saying it expects earnings per share of $6.5o-$8.50 this year.
JetBlue's (JBLU) traffic rises in February. However, load factor remains flat as traffic growth is in line with capacity expansion. Additionally, the carrier alters first-quarter 2018 RASM view.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) unit raises view for first-quarter RASM on the back of healthy demand for air travel. Additionally, the carrier alters outlook for capacity and unit costs for Q1 and 2018.
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