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|52 Week Range||40.05 - 55.75|
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United Continental Holdings’ (UAL) earnings were clearly bad news for the company. Delta Air Lines (DAL) and American Airlines Group (AAL), as is usually the case, followed United’s shares lower—but not much lower. Delta fell 1.1%, and American declined just 1%.
Delta clears the way for some passengers all the way to security, but when will technology truly glide us from curb to plane?
Shares of United Continental (UAL) crashed to the bottom of the S&P 500 today, after a disappointing outlook overshadowed better-than-expected third quarter results, fueling worries about United’s ability to weather the rising costs and hold its own against low-cost rivals. Adding to the turmoil, was a contentious investor call during which CEO Oscar Munoz admitted that United had “dug ourselves in a hole” in regard to competition. The day’s trading action was a sharp reversal from just over a week ago when airline stocks rallied after American Airlines (AAL) and United raised their own guidance for average passenger revenue, and Delta Air Lines (DAL) delivered estimate-beating third quarter results.
The report, issued twice a year, accords one to five stars (the best) to both airlines and airports based on their on-time performance on a rolling 12-month basis. None of the four largest domestic carriers — American Airlines (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), United Airlines and Southwest Airlines (LUV) — earned the top 5 stars, although 14 airlines worldwide did, including Hawaiian Airlines (HA).
Analysts spent much of the third-quarter earnings call asking about United Airlines' plans to shore up profit, costs, capacity and margins in 2018 and beyond. They got few answers.
It took 85 focus groups, two hours apiece, to get Delta’s new uniforms just right. “It’s the small stuff that we heard from the employees,” said Ekrem Dimbiloglu, Delta's Director of new uniforms. Journalists from around the country flocked to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Tuesday to get a first look at Delta Air Line's (DAL) new roll out.
Delta Air Lines is locked in a dispute with Boeing over the C-100. It is also talking with Boeing about its next big aircraft order.
The airline has a major presence in the South, where hurricanes Harvey and Irma took a toll on just about everything.
United Airlines guides toward fourth-quarter unit revenue that is down slightly due to the December holiday traffic shift.
Currently, JetBlue Airways (JBLU) has a forward EV-to-EBITDA ratio of 5.8x. It has had an average valuation of 7.1x since 2008.
While the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) is up 14% year-to-date, United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) is down over 11%. UAL is up 27% in 12 months which is more than the SPY. Today I want to reload with a bullish trade that I’ve done already a few times this year.
Copa Holdings (CPA) impresses with a solid rise in traffic figures for September. Load factor in the month increased owing to traffic expansion outshining capacity growth.
The largest airline at Charlotte Douglas International Airport ranked in the middle of the pack for on-time performance, according to ratings released Tuesday. Fort Worth, Texas-based American Airlines Group Inc. received three stars out of a possible five in the On-time Performance Star Ratings released by aviation data company OAG. American, which keeps its second-largest hub at Charlotte Douglas, operates about 90% of flights at the local airport.
United Continental's Q3 earnings beat analysts' expectations, but that was a small victory considering that adjusted EPS fell 29% year over year.
United Continental's (UAL) third-quarter results were boosted by higher cargo revenues. The performance with respect to passenger unit revenues is, however, disappointing.
Delta said it plans to take Bombardier new CSeries jetliners built at an Airbus facility in Alabama, though didn’t provide a timeline for the first delivery.
If Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian has his way, Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) will pick Atlanta for its second headquarters . Bastian was at the Delta Flight Museum addressing a gathering of 70 journalists from 18 countries who were in town for the unveiling of the A-350 aircraft . Bastian offered a caveat that Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) flies to many of the cities that are vying for the second headquarters – a $5 billion investment that eventually would employ 50,000 people.
Here are seven that I have about Delta Air Lines' new Airbus-350 after flying on the plane Tuesday. 1. The A-350 is Airbus' answer to Chicago-based Boeing Co.'s (BA) much-touted Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 2. Delta's A-350 is the launch aircraft for the carrier's new Delta One Suite, a premium international business class product. Among the One Suite's many features are an 18-inch monitor (largest among United States-based carriers) for screening films, a lie-flat padded seat, ambient in-suite lighting and a privacy door to isolate Suite passengers from any hubbub in the cabin.
Delta Air Lines Chief Operating Officer Gil West could not have been any clearer on Tuesday. As Delta proudly welcomed the Airbus 350-900 into its fleet with an inaugural 2 1/2-hour Flight 8260 from Atlanta (Delta's hometown) to nowhere, West proclaimed to a congregation of media from around the world that the A-350 is now Delta's flagship plane. West, in so doing, was essentially thumbing his nose at Chicago-based Boeing Co. (BA), which manufactures the highly-touted Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the plane that is the Airbus-350's most direct competition.
Delta Air Lines Inc's chief executive on Wednesday said the carrier did not play a role in pushing an industry-changing deal between planemakers Airbus and Bombardier Inc , as a regulatory spat between the United States and Canada threatened the future of a Bombardier plane program. Delta CEO Ed Bastian praised the deal between Europe's Airbus and Canada's Bombardier, which would see Airbus take an ownership stake of the troubled Bombardier C-Series program, as a net positive for the U.S. economy.
JetBlue Airways (JBLU) started its service from Atlanta at the end of March 2017. Now it's increasing its service from Atlanta to Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and New York.
Delta Air Lines, whose order of Bombardier jets led to a transatlantic trade dispute and this week's landmark Airbus-Bombardier deal, said it expects to take delivery of the aircraft without paying 300 ...
Delta Air Lines Inc's chief executive on Wednesday said the carrier did not play a role in pushing an industry-changing deal between planemakers Airbus and Bombardier Inc, as a regulatory spat between the United States and Canada threatened the future of a Bombardier plane program. Delta CEO Ed Bastian praised the deal between Europe's Airbus and Canada's Bombardier, which would see Airbus take an ownership stake of the troubled Bombardier C-Series program, as a net positive for the U.S. economy.