|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 2200|
|Day's Range||55.86 - 56.72|
|52 Week Range||45.08 - 61.32|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.33|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.32|
|Earnings Date||Jul 10, 2019 - Jul 15, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.40 (2.50%)|
|1y Target Est||66.37|
There's new discussion in the debate over frequent flier miles. The Wall Street Journal reports on how difficult airlines make it for family members to inherit frequent flier miles from a loved one after death, leaving thousands of dollars worth of miles unattended. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with the panel.
The New York Stock Exchange is taking a big step to advance diversity on corporate boards.
After opening a new headquarters in Renton in May and rebranding its MRJ as the new "The SpaceJet," Mitsubishi Aircraft makes a $550 million move to bolster Japan's first commercial jet, which is being flight tested in Washington.
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Two of Atlanta's most prominent CEO's will take part in a new high-profile board addressing diversity at publicly traded companies.
Roughly 72% of travelers flying direct to an international destination on Delta and its partners from Atlanta prefer facial recognition to standard boarding.
The new cabins will be fitted on the 767-400 fleet and bring all four of Delta's seat products to the aircraft for the first time.
Sea-Tac Airport Managing Director Lance Lyttle said the Port of Seattle-owned airport expected growth, but not this fast. After taking the helm in 2016, he adopted a three-part plan to manage it.
Some 1,400 catering workers who prepare inflight meals for American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines for flights departing from O’Hare International Airport voted on Friday to authorize a strike against the catering companies that employ them. The strike would happen if and when they are released from contract negotiations by the National Mediation Board. The catering vendors at the center of the possible strike action are Gate Gourmet, which handles all of American’s catering out of O’Hare, and LSG Sky Chefs, which handles United’s inflight catering needs at O’Hare.
Delta's (DAL) decision to buy a stake in Hanjin Kal not only highlights its intentions to strengthen the Asian presence but is also a confidence booster for the Hanjin Kal management.
SEOUL/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines bought a small stake in Korean Air Lines Co's parent company and said it wants to increase it to 10%, giving a boost to the management of South Korea's top carrier that seeks to thwart a local activist fund's challenge. Shares of the parent, Hanjin Kal Corp, tumbled 15 percent on Friday, as Delta's move dashed investor hopes of a battle to control the family-run group that had driven up shares since the death of patriarch Cho Yang-ho in April. Korean Air, which has a joint venture with Delta since last year, said on Friday it believes Delta's 4.3 percent stake buy intends to ensure the 'stable management" of the company and support for its leadership.
Both airlines allow you to check two free bags to most destinations when you fly first class, but baggage isn’t everything.
Delta Air Lines Inc said on Thursday it has acquired a 4.3% stake in partner Korean Air Lines Co Ltd's parent company with a view to expanding across Asia. The No. 2 U.S. airline said it intends to increase its stake in Hanjin Kal Corp, which owns about 30 percent of Korean Air, to 10% over time, after receiving regulatory approval. Delta Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian recently said he viewed the Korean Air and its Incheon International Airport hub in Seoul as a gateway to adding more destinations across Asia.
Delta Air Lines Inc said it was not expecting flight cancellations as a result of a technical glitch that had affected booking, check-in and boarding services. "While we expect flight delays to extend into the evening at some of our busiest domestic hubs due to this issue and weather, we do not expect any technology-related cancellations," the U.S. airline said in a statement. Some travellers took to social media to express frustration at flight delays caused by the problems.
"While we expect flight delays to extend into the evening at some of our busiest domestic hubs due to this issue and weather, we do not expect any technology-related cancellations," the U.S. airline said in a statement. Some travelers took to social media to express frustration at flight delays caused by the problems. "Delta my wife and 3 year old son have been in the airport waiting on your attendants for 3 hours.
Southwest Airlines shares fell even after the company raised unit revenue guidance. Its grounded Boeing 737 Max fleet is hitting capacity and seeing rising costs.
FedEx's (FDX) capital expenses are on an upswing, following its solid investments to upgrade facilities at its key divisions. Consequently, high costs might hurt fourth-quarter fiscal 2019 earnings.
Defined levels of support and resistance are setting up some interesting trades for those looking to trade a move higher in airline stocks.
Delta's new Airbus A220 is expanding to more routes and airports this summer, but the state-of-the-art narrowbody jet has been left out of its largest major hub: Atlanta. The A220 debuted in February from Delta's hub at New York's LaGuardia airport to its growing operation at Boston Logan International, and from LaGuardia to Dallas/Ft. Worth. More recently, the airline expanded its A220 routes at Salt Lake City International Airport in April and Mineta San Jose International Airport in May. This week, it launched from Delta's Seattle hub when it began operating on two of Delta's six daily flights to San Jose, with more Seattle routes planned later this year.