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The "Halftime Report" traders debate the day's biggest movers, including Bed, Bath & Beyond, Tesla, Waste Management, JetBlue, and the industrials sector.
JetBlue is expected to announce flights across the Atlantic. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman and Sibile Marcellus are joined by Kevin Kelly, Benchmark Investments CEO and Managing Partner, to discuss.
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.
JetBlue is eyeing flights to Paris and Amsterdam from the U.S. East Coast as well as other UK cities besides just London. The airline made its long-awaited transatlantic announcement on Wednesday, but it has yet to confirm which London airport, or airports, it will serve from New York and Boston. Speaking at the Aviation Club […] The post JetBlue Looks Beyond London for Transatlantic Expansion appeared first on Skift.
Unit revenue came in slightly lower than expected last quarter, but Spirit is still on track to report that EPS nearly doubled compared to the first quarter of 2018.
Starting in 2021, the budget airline will begin its first ever service in the lucrative trans-Atlantic market, the company announced. "London is the largest metro area JetBlue doesn't yet serve from both Boston and New York, and we could not be more thrilled to be changing that in the years ahead," said President Joanna Geraghty in a statement. The company said it was still evaluating which airports in London it will serve.
New York-based JetBlue said it is still evaluating which London airports it will serve. To service the routes, the sixth largest U.S. carrier will convert 13 aircraft in its existing order book for Airbus A321 jets to the longer-range LR version featuring a tailored version of JetBlue's Mint business class product for the single-aisle planes. The company, which has built a reputation in the United States for more coach leg room than competitors and free broadband internet, has argued for regulators to force slot divestitures at congested airports like London's Heathrow to create a level playing field for new entrants.
Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY initially jumped before reversing to trade 6% lower after hours Wednesday following the release of the retailer's mixed fourth quarter earnings. The retailer gave strong guidance, saying it sees full-year adjusted earnings per share between $2.11 and $2.20, topping expectations for $1.80. Costco COST shares fell as much as 2% after hours Wednesday following the release of same-store sales data.
Delta Air Lines earnings topped first-quarter views Wednesday, lifting Delta stock. JetBlue confirmed it will begin transatlantic flights.
JetBlue Airways announced on Wednesday plans for service to London, a move that will pit the low-cost carrier against larger international rivals in key business travel markets. JetBlue had been considering venturing across the Atlantic for about three years. JetBlue Airways JBLU on Wednesday said it is planning to launch its first service to London in 2021, an aggressive move by the low-cost airline that's aimed at luring lucrative corporate travelers away from entrenched rivals that already dominate air travel across the Atlantic.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: JetBlue Airways Corp., up 58 cents to $16.92 The airline reported a 7.9% increase in air traffic in March, along with an increase in flight ...
In other news, JetBlue announced that it is starting a trans-Atlantic service, according to a report from CNBC. Part of the JetBlue offering likely would involve its business class service, named Mint, which features suites for some passengers as well as seats that go flat, the CNBC report stated. "JetBlue extending service to Europe would be a benefit for budget travelers, especially since WOW Air ceased operations.
JetBlue Airways on Wednesday revealed what had been the worst-kept secret in aviation: It plans to expand to Europe, with service from Boston and New York. The airline’s executives teased European routes repeatedly over the past several years to media, employees, and investors. Meanwhile, its lawyers have been active in public regulatory filings, objecting several […] The post JetBlue Is Flying to Europe: Breaking Down the Competition appeared first on Skift.