|Bid||593.00 x 123000|
|Ask||690.00 x 327100|
|Day's Range||621.60 - 630.60|
|52 Week Range||516.00 - 773.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.52|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.26 (4.05%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Full Year 2017 International Consolidated Airlines Group SA Earnings Call
In December 2017, International Consolidated Airlines Group SA. (LSE:IAG) released its most recent earnings update. Generally, analyst consensus outlook appear cautiously subdued, with earnings expected to grow by 13.15% inRead More...
JetBlue's (JBLU) traffic rises in February. However, load factor remains flat as traffic growth is in line with capacity expansion. Additionally, the carrier alters first-quarter 2018 RASM view.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) unit raises view for first-quarter RASM on the back of healthy demand for air travel. Additionally, the carrier alters outlook for capacity and unit costs for Q1 and 2018.
At an aviation summit in Brussels this past week, Europe’s main airlines put on a display of unity over the challenges ahead. But the industry’s chief executive officers were divided when it came to the ...
“Where you see a great leader, there is no populism,” said Mr Sarkozy, who was president of France from 2007 to 2012. “Where is the populism in China? Where is the populism here? Where is the populism ...
Virgin Atlantic's chief executive said he was confident a deal would be done to secure Britain's flying rights after Brexit, as the airline launched an extra legroom economy seat to try to stand out from the crowd amid intense competition. British airlines want to be able to continue to benefit from European Union flying rights after Brexit, and the British government has said it will try to secure an open-access deal, but a recent Financial Times report suggested the UK was encountering problems in its negotiations. Craig Kreeger, the CEO of Virgin, which primarily flies between the UK and North America, said he believed Britain would secure a deal similar to what it already has under the European Union-United States Open Skies agreement.
Virgin Atlantic said it would offer a new type of economy seat with extra legroom, as it tries to stand out from the crowd at a time when low-cost airlines are intensifying competition on trans-Atlantic routes. The British-based airline, partly owned by U.S. carrier Delta, said on Wednesday that it would refit the cabins of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners to offer a new type of economy seat with legroom of 34 inches (86 cms), bigger than the current economy offering of 31 inches. The airline is increasingly competing against low-cost carriers such as Norwegian Air Shuttle, Canada's Westjet and Iceland's Wow Air, which are all stepping up expansion on routes between North America and Europe.
Brexit’s impact on the airline industry is of more than just a business interest. Of the innumerable consequences of a “no deal” Brexit, the prospect of grounded planes and mass airport disruption rank ...
The chief executive of British Airways-owner IAG is confident a deal will be done to secure Britain's flying rights after Brexit, he said on Tuesday, dismissing a recent media report and a rival airline's prediction of disruption. IAG's Willie Walsh told the Airlines For Europe conference that he expects Britain to secure deals to allow planes to keep flying and that he is relaxed about Brexit. "I am a firm believer that this will get resolved," Walsh said on a panel.
Spirit Airlines (SAVE) increases guidance for first-quarter and 2018 costs on higher expenses associated with the recently ratified five-year pilot contract.
Delta (DAL) posts a substantial rise in February traffic owing to higher demand for air travel. Load factor in the month increases on the back of traffic growth outpacing capacity expansion.
EDINBURGH/DUBLIN, March 1 (Reuters) - Snow storms from Siberia blasted Britain and Ireland on Thursday with the worst weather since 1991, trapping several hundred motorists on roads in Scotland, closing thousands of schools, grounding planes and halting trains. With up to 90 cm of snow and temperatures as low as minus 10.3 Celsius in Scotland, Britain and Ireland issued their most severe red warnings which advise people to stay at home as travel is too dangerous.
Let’s talk about the popular International Consolidated Airlines Group SA. (LSE:IAG). The company’s shares saw significant share price volatility over the past couple of months on the LSE, rising toRead More...
Sentiment has turned when it comes to investing in airlines, as investors fret that rising fuel prices, excessive expansion plans, and creeping costs threaten future earnings.
U.K. stocks decline on Friday and suffer a weekly loss, with shares of Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and International Consolidates Airlines Group SA leading the charge south after results.
British Airways owner IAG SA is following European rivals in a capacity splurge led by an expansion of its low-cost Level and Aer Lingus long-haul divisions, while going on the offensive in Europe.
LONDON/BERLIN, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Being offered cash at the gate to take a later flight because of overbooking may become a rarity if technology being examined by major airlines such as British Airways, JetBlue and Qantas catches on. The forceful removal of a passenger from an overbooked United Airlines flight last year sparked an online backlash last year and U.S. carriers pledged to revise their policies. Many airlines still routinely overbook flights because a small number of passengers do not show up.