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|PE Ratio (TTM)||40.42|
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When he became CEO of Sabre two years ago, Sean Menke pledged to upgrade the company’s technology. After last summer’s reorganization, Menke’s changes materialized, as Sabre unified its systems and added tools. But problems still persist. Since last summer, Sabre has had some system failures. On April 29, its core reservation system, SabreSonic, briefly failed. […] The post How Sabre Is Tackling Its Airline Tech Challenges appeared first on Skift.
JetBlue Airways’ Traffic Grew for the 15th Straight Month(Continued from Prior Part)Mixed viewAnalysts have mixed opinions on JetBlue Airways (JBLU) in the near term. It has received a consensus “hold” recommendation from analysts polled by
Delta Air Lines will operate 25% more flights in Boston by next March compared to March 2019 -- but investors have known about most of its planned growth for months.
JetBlue Airways’ Traffic Grew for the 15th Straight MonthTraffic increasedOn May 10, JetBlue Airways (JBLU) reported its operating performance for April. The company’s traffic (or revenue passenger miles) rose 6.6% YoY, marking the 15th straight
Whether you like it or not, facial recognition tech to check in for yourflight will soon be coming to an airport near you
An Air Italy executive has joined a chorus of global airlines hurt by grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets but expects the airline to be profitable "very soon" and carrying five times as many passengers by 2022. "We have MAX pilots on the ground, sitting there doing nothing," Chief Operating Officer Rossen Dimitrov told Reuters. Sardinia-based Air Italy, which launched last year, was using three MAX aircraft to service routes to Sharm El Sheikh, Cairo and Dakar before regulators around the world grounded the fast-selling Boeing Co jets following two fatal crashes.
Shares of the airline climbed after the company announced a new route to London and reported a better-than-expected profit in its first quarter.
Southwest was ranked third this year out of 10 airlines, behind Alaska Air Group Inc and JetBlue Airways Corp that climbed one place each to claim the first and the second spot. "Recent deadly crashes of the Boeing 737 Max (for Ethiopian Airlines and Air Lion) have left Southwest particularly vulnerable to safety concerns," ACSI said in a report.
As major U.S. airlines continue to win enormous contracts from big banks that covet their customers, do smaller carriers like JetBlue Airways have a disadvantage? And will newly announced routes to London matter for the New York-based airline in terms of revenues from credit card deals? This is a big issue. Historically airlines have made […] The post JetBlue Is Betting New London Routes Will Boost Credit Card Revenue appeared first on Skift.
Airline carrier JetBlue Airways on Tuesday reported first-quarter earnings and revenue that glided past analysts' expectations amid an increase in passenger traffic and contained per-passenger costs.
JetBlue Airways Corp. on Tuesday reported first quarter net income of $42 million. On a per-share basis, the New York company said it had net income of 14 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, ...
After simmering on a back burner for more than a year, the fight between the U.S. major carriers and the Persian Gulf airlines is heating up again, this time over Air Italy’s new routes to San Francisco and Los Angeles from Milan. But why should Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, and United Airlines care about […] The post U.S. Major Airlines Restart Fight Over Open Skies appeared first on Skift.
Washington is scrutinizing state-owned Qatar Airways' acquisition of 49 percent of Air Italy, which has been flying to U.S. destinations since June, a deal that U.S. lawmakers say may have violated a commitment by the Gulf airline not to add new flights to the domestic market.
In a pair of industries that are often unkind to shareholders, Delta, JetBlue, and Levi Strauss are giving investors reason to smile this week.
Consumer news in Yahoo Finance's "Family First" segment including measles outbreak, auto recalls, and the best and worst airlines in the US.