|Bid||50.52 x 400|
|Ask||50.53 x 400|
|Day's Range||50.28 - 50.83|
|52 Week Range||43.81 - 55.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||10.17|
|Earnings Date||Jan 10, 2018 - Jan 15, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.22 (2.41%)|
|1y Target Est||0.40|
Delta Air Lines (DAL) kicked off the 3Q17 results season for airlines on October 11, 2017. Its revenues rose 5.5% year-over-year to $11.1 billion.
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In a bid to keep up with JetBlue, Delta Air Lines will start offering lie-flat first class seats on six additional domestic routes next year.
Alaska Air has added a slew of new routes in California this year. But for 2018, a significant proportion of its growth could come in Portland.
American Airlines late last week released six finalist uniform companies that will vie for a contract to supply hundreds of thousands of new uniform pieces to American Airlines flight attendants, gate agents and premium service agents. The six finalists are (in alphabetical order): Affinity Apparel, Aramark, HPI Direct, Lands' End, VF Imagewear and Workwear Group. It didn't take long after the announcement for the handicapping of finalists to begin.
Delta is allowing free upgrades for premium travelers to its Delta One cabin, but only on the day of departure.
United Airlines — to say nothing of other major United States-based legacy carriers American Airlines and Delta Air Lines — no doubt were NOT among those feeling the cheer this morning when WOW air, the upstart Iceland-based ultra-low-fare international carrier, announced its holiday gift to travelers in Chicago and several other U.S. markets. Off-season WOW flies four times weekly from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Reykjavik. The WOW one-way fare rose only slightly to $129.99 for departures to the same four European cities from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami, Florida, but the window of availability is narrower from December only through March.
United Airlines — to say nothing of other major United States-based legacy carriers American Airlines and Delta Air Lines — no doubt were NOT among those feeling the cheer this morning when WOW air, the upstart Iceland-based ultra-low-fare international carrier, announced its holiday gift to travelers in Chicago and several other U.S. markets. Off-season WOW flies four times weekly from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Reykjavik. United Airlines had no immediate formal response to WOW's low-ball fare sale, but privately sources at the Chicago-based carrier doubted United would move to match the new WOW fares on the sale routes.
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A recent change in U.S. rules for travel to Cuba was the final straw for Alaska Airlines, forcing it to cancel its daily route between Los Angeles and Havana.
JetBlue Airways and Delta Air Lines are ramping up a turf war in Boston. A diverse economy and high concentration of business fliers are spurring airlines to expand at Boston’s Logan International Airport, ...
ATLANTA (AP) — Delta Air Lines says U.S. regulators have given the green light to a joint venture with Korean Air, and the carriers are waiting for approval from the South Korean government.
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The gift will fund the construction of the Delta Air Lines Aviation Education Building, as well as support the purchase of an aircraft simulator. The gift will also help create an endowed faculty professorships within the Department of Aviation. Delta’s gift will also provide funding for the Auburn University’s Radio-Frequency Identification, or RFID Lab. Emerge at Auburn, a new student leadership development program, will receive funding from Delta’s gift. "This grant and partnership will help ensure an exceptional aviation education through technology, research and innovation for students, and supports our commitment to enhancing education as a key pillar of our community engagement efforts," said Paul Jacobson, Delta's executive vice president and chief financial officer, trustee with the Delta Air Lines Foundation and chair of the Jacobson Family Foundation.
High fuel and labor costs plus the recent hurricanes hurt the airline companies' Q3 results. Sadly enough, the scenario does not augur well to change for better in the near term.
Here are the government's rankings of the leading U.S. airlines and their on-time performance for September. The federal government counts a flight as on time if it arrives no more than 14 minutes behind schedule.
Major U.S. airlines are bumping far fewer passengers from overbooked flights after a high-profile incident in April prompted the industry to reassess its practices, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) reported on Thursday. The government reported the rate of involuntary bumping passengers among the 12 largest U.S. carriers fell to 0.15 per 10,000 passengers in the three months ended Sept. 30 - the lowest quarterly rate dating back to 1995 - and down sharply from a rate of 0.69 in the same period last year. The involuntary bumping figure does not take into account passengers who agree to give up their seats in exchange for compensation.
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You better buckle up because it could be a bumpy ride this Thanksgiving. According to AAA, at least 50 million Americans will travel for the holiday. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Brittany Jones-Cooper and Melody Hahm figure out why so many people are traveling this year.