|Bid||47.86 x 100|
|Ask||47.97 x 100|
|Day's Range||47.75 - 48.98|
|52 Week Range||37.41 - 55.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.49|
|Dividend & Yield||1.22 (2.53%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Delta Air Lines is preparing to say goodbye to its own fleet of iconic Boeing 747s later this year. Delta West Coast spokeswoman Liz Savadelis said no final date has been set for Delta's final international 747 flight, but it's coming soon, sometime later this year. Delta's plans emerged a day after rival United Airlines (UAL) said it was planning a final international 747 flight from Seoul to San Francisco on Oct. 29, followed by a final 747 domestic flight from San Francisco to Honolulu on Nov. 7.
Major U.S. airlines said on Tuesday they would cap one-way air fares to aid evacuations out of Hurricane Maria's dangerous path, in the second such costly move in less than a month. While fare caps can generate public goodwill, even brief flight cancellations and modest fare caps can have a negative financial impact of millions of dollars for airlines. As the powerful Category 5 storm Maria churned over the Atlantic, wreaking havoc on tiny islands in the Caribbean, residents in its likely path looked to evacuate ahead of the storm's expected Wednesday arrival near or over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Which airlines offer the best perks and benefits to the elite-level members of their frequent-flyer programs? A new study evaluates the six-largest U.S. airlines' policies.