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|Day's Range||61.81 - 63.30|
|52 Week Range||59.25 - 97.06|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.41|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.28 (2.04%)|
|1y Target Est||79.07|
Alaska Air Group is rolling out new luxuries for its first-class passengers across its fleet, including West Coast-inspired food, cabin upgrades, in-flight amenities and upgraded airport lounges.
This represents an increase in short interest as investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices added to their short positions on February 13. Over the last one-month, outflows of investor capital in ETFs holding ALK totaled $1.92 billion.
Airline stocks were broadly lower Wednesday, led by weakness in Southwest Airlines Co. shares , after the company cut its unit revenue outlook, citing the competitive fair environment and disappointing ...
Alaska Air hasn't come up with a good competitive response to JetBlue's expansion of its Mint premium service in the transcontinental market.
Shares of Ryanair (RYAAY) surged to a new all-time high on Monday amid what has otherwise been a rough day across much of the market. And with no major Ryanair-related news to speak of, now is a great time to look at some of the company's current fundamentals and latest happenings to see why investor confidence remains sky high.
SkyWest's (SKYW) efforts to modernize its fleet and streamlining its operations are impressive. Its encouraging earnings history also raises optimism on the stock.
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Southwest Airlines, Lambert airport's busiest airline with 57.5 percent of total enplaned passengers, earned a top spot on Consumer Reports' list of best and worst airlines. The product testing magazine surveyed 55,000 of its members who took about 98,000 economy flights over the course of a year. Ranking No. 1 among economy airlines, Southwest earned high marks for pricing transparency, ease of check-in, cleanliness and customer service.
Alaska’s overhaul of first-class service has been in the making for two years as airline competition intensifies.
SEATTLE, March 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- To give guests more of what they love, Alaska Airlines is investing in the First Class experience with West Coast-inspired upgrades. A flavorful new First Class menu will start flying this week, while new thoughtful product extras will be introduced throughout 2018. "We're always looking to create warm, welcoming experiences for our guests," said Andrew Harrison, executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Alaska Airlines.
Alaska Airlines said Friday that it is upgrading first-class food offerings on both Virgin America and Alaska to better compete for travelers flying first class. Alaska (ALK), led by CEO Brad Tilden, is eager to keep Virgin America fans on board once it is integrated into the Seattle-based carrier, but that won’t be easy. Loyal Virgin America first-class passengers are already lamenting the eventual loss of that carrier’s very generous seating and other amenities and ambience for which the carrier is known.
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy said he would file a bill today that would prevent airline staff from stowing animals in overhead bins.
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.
Southwest got a top ranking for its economy cabin product in a new survey from a respected consumer publication.
An Alaska Airlines first officer has filed a lawsuit accusing the airline of mishandling her complaint after an Alaska captain allegedly drugged and raped her at a hotel during a crew layover. Alaska First Officer Betty Pina, whose lawyer described her as an experienced pilot and distinguished former military veteran in the complaint, filed the lawsuit in King County Superior Court Tuesday. Pina's complaint, filed by Tacoma attorney Lincoln C. Beauregard, names only Alaska Airlines as a defendant, accusing the company of committing "grossly abusive actions (that) epitomize the necessity and purpose of the #metoo movement." Beauregard is the same attorney who handled the sexual assault case brought against former Seattle mayor Ed Murray.
An Alaska Airlines pilot has filed a lawsuit accusing the airline of mishandling her complaint after a co-worker allegedly drugged and raped her at a hotel during a crew layover.
SEATTLE (AP) — An Alaska Airlines pilot is suing the company under Washington state's anti-discrimination law, claiming its response was inadequate after she says she was drugged and raped by a colleague during Minneapolis stopover last June.
An Alaska Airlines pilot has filed a lawsuit against the airline claiming that she was drugged and raped while on the job. Betty Pina, a 39-year-old first officer who has been flying commercially with Alaska Airlines since 2016, alleges that she was drugged and raped at a hotel during a layover in Minneapolis, Minnesota by the Captain in charge of her flight.