|Bid||70.26 x 800|
|Ask||70.94 x 900|
|Day's Range||70.18 - 70.95|
|52 Week Range||53.39 - 74.83|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.30|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.40 (1.99%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Alaska Air Group Inc. today reported October operational results on a consolidated basis, for its mainline operations operated by subsidiary Alaska Airlines Inc. and for its regional flying operated by subsidiary Horizon Air Industries Inc. and third-party regional carriers.
A new J.D. Power report also found growing confusion among travelers about how loyalty programs work as changes are made.
Some older pavement is as thin as 14 inches, with the average being 16 inches thick, resulting in airfield assets continually needing emergency repairs. Modern airports require 20 or more inches of thickness.
San Jose International's September passenger report is the first to reveal the impact of losing three international airlines in a four-month period in fiscal year 2018-19
The hiring was among three executive moves revealed by Alaska Airlines CEO Brad Tilden, who said the reshuffling will help the carrier "continue to grow and navigate new opportunities and challenges."
South Florida's international airports posted a healthy uptick in passengers over the past year, highlighting the strength of the U.S. economy.
Ceremonial beam lifting at the airport marks a milestone for the project to renew and expand Alaska Airline's home terminal.
When the Hawaiian surf is up, the price to get to the waves goes down. Alaska Air Group, Inc. (NYSE: ALK) said starting Wednesday, Alaska Airlines is partnering with surf forecasting website Surfline to set airfares to and from Hawaii based on the size of the waves. When swells get bigger than 21 feet, fares to Hawaii will be discounted 30%; when waves are 16 to 20 feet the discount is 20%; and when swells are 11 to 15 feet, passengers will get 15% discounts.
The payouts have triggered pointed questions from Port of Seattle commissioners and highlighted planning flaws by airport officials.
Some in the industry think the time is near for Southwest Airlines to look at non-organic growth opportunities.
Airline stocks gained altitude in October. The third-quarter results eased investors’ concerns about the global economic slowdown and the MAX grounding.
November kicks off the best six months of the year. And there are some S&P; 500 stocks that consistently do even better than the rest during the 11th month.
We'd be surprised if Alaska Air Group, Inc. (NYSE:ALK) shareholders haven't noticed that the CFO, Executive VP of...
Flights to Santa Rosa have been halted because of the Kincade fire, forcing Alaska to suspend all of its 18 daily inbound and outbound flights through Thursday.
Today, JPMorgan Chase analyst Jamie Baker upgraded JetBlue (JBLU) stock to "overweight" from "neutral." JPM also downgraded Alaska Air (ALK).
With the third-quarter earnings season nearly complete for airlines, J.P. Morgan takes a look back at the reports and writes that there was a lot of good news for the industry. It hasn’t been an easy year to be invested in airlines, even for patient investors, and even as arguments remain that the industry has changed for the better and now has better business practices. Many airlines are dealing with the grounding of (BA)’s (BA) 737 MAX aircraft, and analysts remain uneasy about the competitive dynamics.