|Bid||54.85 x 1500|
|Ask||55.45 x 100|
|Day's Range||55.17 - 55.68|
|52 Week Range||39.21 - 59.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.25|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.40 (0.72%)|
|1y Target Est||64.11|
Gary Kennedy, former American Airlines general counsel, provides his thoughts on recent customer service problems to plague airlines.
United Airlines is in the news again - this time for forcing a customer to put her dog in the overhead compartment. The puppy subsequently died during the flight from Houston to New York. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Brittany Jones-Cooper and Dan Roberts discuss.
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Travel sites are changing their displays to highlight sometimes confusing ticket restrictions to consumers.
Norwegian Air, the ultra-low-fare trans-Atlantic carrier that has been creating a stir in the airline industry all around the country as it aggressively expands its route network, is about to hit the Windy City. The carrier will launch new nonstop service from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to London’s second major airport, Gatwick, on Sunday, Mar. 25. The outbound flight will depart at 9:05 p.m. daily from the international Terminal 5 at O'Hare with arrival into London at 10:50 a.m. the following day.
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.
Chicago officials and American Airlines have reached a deal this week on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s proposed $8.5 billion expansion of O’Hare International Airport, overcoming a last-minute gate squabble between ...
In what looks to be a major about face after two weeks of bitter acrimony over the mayor’s proposed $8.5 billion O’Hare Airport expansion and the allocation of gates to American American (AAL) and archrival United Airlines, Emanuel committed last night to expediting the construction of three common-use gates on the L concourse in O’Hare’s Terminal 3, which is now entirely occupied by American. United Airlines is a unit of United Continental Holdings (UAL).
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.
An $8.5 billion expansion plan for Chicago's O'Hare International Airport got a lift on Thursday after the airport's two major carriers, American and United, settled a dispute that had clouded the project. United Airlines and American Airlines said in a joint statement they had reached an agreement on the number of gates to be assigned to each carrier, putting to bed a weeks-long feud over which gates would be designated for common use. American Airlines had opposed language in the airport lease that it argued would grant United five out of eight gates all parties had agreed to designate for common use as late as Feb. 8.
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy said he would file a bill today that would prevent airline staff from stowing animals in overhead bins.
After negotiations, Chicago committed to working with American to expedite the construction of three gates available to all airlines. "The mayor and his team worked tirelessly and creatively to structure an agreement that keeps competition thriving at O’Hare," said Doug Parker, CEO of American Airlines, in a prepared statement. The joint announcement brings an end to the drama between American, United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) and the city of Chicago.
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.
Consumer Reports readers — more than 52,000 of them that fly regularly — have voted. Southwest Airlines, which has its largest hub at Chicago’s Midway Airport, was ranked the best carrier in the survey for its economy class product, which is the only product it offers, of course. Southwest scored an 85 for its economy cabin, just ahead of Alaska Airlines’ 84 score.
American Airlines has withdrawn its opposition to an $8.5 billion planned expansion at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport after the city agreed to expedite construction of three gates that all airlines ...
American Airlines (AAL) is gaining from the strong demand for air travel. Also, its efforts to reward shareholders are impressive.
The airline is currently investigating the death of a dog after being placed in an overhead bin.
United Airlines faces a deepening public outcry after a dog perished in an overhead bin on one of its planes, prompting a U.S. senator to demand an explanation for the carrier’s industry-high rate of animal ...
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says that if American ever starts to act irrationally and grow too fast, investors will see the signs early on.
While the headlines flying out of the White House are causing havoc in the stock market, United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) staff just created their own nasty headline that is likely to impact its stock for the near-term. Last night, we learned of the tragic story of a dog that died on board a UAL flight because of improper handling by the crew.
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.