0JOT.L - JetBlue Airways Corporation

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
19.28
+0.10 (+0.52%)
As of 5:22PM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close19.18
Open19.28
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range19.28 - 19.28
52 Week Range19.28 - 19.28
Volume1,050
Avg. VolumeN/A
Market Cap5.574B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.90
PE Ratio (TTM)13.40
EPS (TTM)1.44
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • JetBlue Is Still on Track for Huge Profit Growth
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Is Still on Track for Huge Profit Growth

    Analysts and investors seem skeptical of JetBlue's EPS growth targets, but the company is already making substantial progress, with most of the benefit from its revenue growth and cost savings initiatives still to come.

  • JetBlue Airways Corp (JBLU) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Airways Corp (JBLU) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    JBLU earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • JetBlue Airways Corporation Earnings: Profit Flies Higher
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Airways Corporation Earnings: Profit Flies Higher

    The popular low-fare airline returned to strong earnings growth last quarter as its revenue growth and cost reduction plans started to gain traction.

  • 3 gorgeous spots in Europe where flight prices have plummeted 20% from last year
    MarketWatch

    3 gorgeous spots in Europe where flight prices have plummeted 20% from last year

    A strong U.S. dollar and low flight prices are making travel to many countries more affordable, new research shows

  • MarketWatch

    JetBlue stock rises after airline tops Q2 profit and revenue estimates

    JetBlue Airways Corp. shares rose 0.7% in premarket trade Tuesday, after the airline beat earnings estimates for the second quarter. The airline said it had net income of $179 million, or 59 cents a share, in the second quarter, after a loss of $121 million, or 39 cents a share, in the year-earlier period. Adjusted per-share earnings came to 60 cents, ahead of the FactSet consensus of 57 cents. Revenue rose 9.2% to $2.105 billion from $1.928 billion, edging ahead of the $2.100 billion FactSet consensus. The company is expecting capacity to increase 3% to 5% in the third quarter and to increase 5.5% to 6.5% for the full year. Revenue per average seat mile is expected to range from 0.5% to 3.5% for the third quarter. Operating expenses per available seat mile, excluding fuel , is expected to increase 0.5% to 2.5% in the third quarter. Shares have gained 18.1% in 2019, while the S&P 500 has gained 19%.

  • Delta Plans More Growth in Boston, Challenging JetBlue
    Motley Fool

    Delta Plans More Growth in Boston, Challenging JetBlue

    Delta Air Lines is on track to surpass 150 peak-day departures in Boston this fall, and it hopes to reach 200 peak-day departures there at some point in 2021.

  • Motley Fool

    JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines Reaffirm Their Q2 Forecasts

    JetBlue and Spirit Airlines weren't able to beat their unit revenue forecasts in the second quarter, but they are still set to report stellar earnings growth.

  • TheStreet.com

    [video]JetBlue Posts Stronger Load Factor Numbers in June

    JetBlue Airways' June load factor - a key metric used in the airline industry to measure passenger-carrying capacity - increased to 86.9%, up from 86% in May though a slight dip from a year ago.

  • TheStreet.com

    JetBlue Shares Rising After Analyst Boost

    Anticipating stronger travel and vacation demand, JetBlue recently upgraded its second-quarter projections for revenue available per seat mile.

  • JetBlue Is Canceling More Routes
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Is Canceling More Routes

    JetBlue is steadily eliminating noncore routes in favor of adding more service in its strongest markets.

  • Southwest Airlines Tweaks Its Q2 Forecast
    Motley Fool

    Southwest Airlines Tweaks Its Q2 Forecast

    The low-fare airline giant expects the Boeing 737 MAX grounding to have a huge impact on its results this quarter.

  • Motley Fool

    Stock Market News: Caesars Wins Big; Walmart Gets Sued

    Stocks were mixed on Monday morning.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-JetBlue sues Walmart for trademark infringement over Jetblack service

    JetBlue Airways Corp has sued Walmart Inc for trademark infringement, in an effort to stop the world's largest retailer from using the name Jetblack for its text-based personal shopping service. In a complaint filed on Friday night, JetBlue said Jetblack was a "transparent attempt" by Walmart to capitalize on the carrier's goodwill, and would likely cause "significant consumer confusion" as the service expands across the United States. JetBlue also said Walmart intended further infringements by using other "Jet+color" names such as Jetgold and Jetsilver, and moving closer to JetBlue's core business by offering travel services, including dining and entertainment recommendations.

  • JetBlue sues Walmart for trademark infringement over Jetblack service
    Reuters

    JetBlue sues Walmart for trademark infringement over Jetblack service

    JetBlue Airways Corp has sued Walmart Inc for trademark infringement, in an effort to stop the world's largest retailer from using the name Jetblack for its text-based personal shopping service. In a complaint filed on Friday night, JetBlue said Jetblack was a "transparent attempt" by Walmart to capitalize on the carrier's goodwill, and would likely cause "significant consumer confusion" as the service expands across the United States. JetBlue also said Walmart intended further infringements by using other "Jet+color" names such as Jetgold and Jetsilver, and moving closer to JetBlue's core business by offering travel services, including dining and entertainment recommendations.

  • Alaska Air Joins JetBlue and Raises Its Q2 Forecast
    Motley Fool

    Alaska Air Joins JetBlue and Raises Its Q2 Forecast

    The pricing weakness that undercut both low-fare airlines' first-quarter results has disappeared, paving the way for a highly profitable summer peak season.

  • JetBlue Stock Is Surging in June: Here's Why
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Stock Is Surging in June: Here's Why

    Falling fuel costs, an analyst upgrade, and a solid unit revenue outlook for the second quarter have helped send JetBlue stock flying higher over the past two weeks.

  • TheStreet.com

    JetBlue Posts Load Factor Increase in May

    Load factor measures how much of an airline's passenger carrying capacity is used. Traffic in May increased 5.7% to $4.59 million revenue passenger miles from May 2018. Capacity increased 5.4% to 5.34 billion available seat miles.

  • JetBlue Airways Stock Gained ~5% on Citigroup’s Rating Upgrade
    Market Realist

    JetBlue Airways Stock Gained ~5% on Citigroup’s Rating Upgrade

    JetBlue Airways (JBLU) stock rose 4.6% on June 11 after Citigroup (C) turned bullish on the airline and raised the target price as well.

  • TheStreet.com

    JetBlue Soars on Analyst Upgrade

    Kevin Crissey wrote in a note to investors that in the short term, he sees favorable pricing trends and lower fuel prices. Wall Street is looking for roughly $2.30 in 2020 earnings per share, while the company has set a target of $2.50 to $3. In April, JetBlue reported first-quarter earnings and revenue that glided past analysts' expectations amid an increase in passenger traffic and contained per-passenger costs.

  • Barrons.com

    JetBlue Stock Is Climbing as Airline Has a ‘Huge Opportunity’ to Cut Costs

    Citigroup argues that positive pricing, some relief in fuel prices, and low expectations for earnings, should help the airline’s shares outperform.

  • Why JetBlue Wants an Even Longer-Range Airbus A321
    Motley Fool

    Why JetBlue Wants an Even Longer-Range Airbus A321

    There's a strong strategic rationale for JetBlue to offer flights to multiple points in continental Europe -- and the Airbus A321LR may not have enough range for the job.

  • JetBlue Senior Executive Marty St. George Is Leaving the Airline
    Skift

    JetBlue Senior Executive Marty St. George Is Leaving the Airline

    Marty St. George, chief commercial officer of JetBlue Airways, who helped lead the team that created the airline's popular Mint business class earlier this decade, is leaving his position, the airline confirmed on Wednesday. Skift was the first to report the news Tuesday night. St. George is among the longest tenured senior executives at JetBlue. […]The post JetBlue Senior Executive Marty St. George Is Leaving the Airline appeared first on Skift.

  • Reuters

    JetBlue in talks with Airbus on A321XLR plane to service Europe

    JetBlue Airways Corp is in discussions with Airbus SE about the European planemaker's plans for a longer-range version of its A321neo family as it prepares to jump into the transatlantic market, Chief Executive Robin Hayes said on Monday. The sixth-largest U.S. carrier has 85 A321neo aircraft on order, of which it has already decided to convert 13 into a longer-range version called the A321LR for its planned launch of daily flights from New York and Boston to London in 2021. It is studying the A321XLR, which Airbus has been promoting ahead of a formal product announcement in June.

  • The best U.S. airlines ranked, according to travelers
    Yahoo Finance Video

    The best U.S. airlines ranked, according to travelers

    The verdict is in for North America's best airlines of the year. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Heidi Chung, Brian Cheung and Emily McCormick discuss.