|Bid||58.01 x 800|
|Ask||61.60 x 800|
|Day's Range||44.86 - 45.64|
|52 Week Range||34.36 - 65.35|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.80|
|Earnings Date||Feb 4, 2019 - Feb 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||70.06|
DALLAS (AP) — Spirit Airlines tops the latest ratings for on-time flights, a big turnaround for a discount carrier that consistently ranked as the tardiest airline in America three years ago.
With a market capitalization of $36.6 billion, Delta Air Lines (DAL) is the largest airline company in the United States. Disciplined capacity enhancement, efficient cost management, and a low fuel price environment helped Delta grow its profitability in the last few years.
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JetBlue's (JBLU) load factor falls in November due to capacity growth exceeding rise in traffic. Simultaneously, the carrier alters unit revenue view for the fourth quarter.
Dwindling oil prices are favorable for airlines. Taking advantage of this bullish scenario, Southwest Airlines (LUV) slashes its Q4 fuel cost per gallon view.
Investors target stocks that have been on a bullish run lately. Actually, stocks seeing price strength have a high chance of carrying the momentum forward.
Myrtle Beach’s most traveled airline is growing again as Spirit Airlines adds three new nonstop routes! Beginning May 2, 2019, Spirit (SAVE) will add nonstop flights connecting Myrtle Beach to Indianapolis, Houston, and Kansas City just in time for a summer getaway. Nonstop routes between Myrtle Beach and Indianapolis will operate three times weekly, while the routes to Houston and Kansas City will operate twice weekly.
Alaska Air Group (ALK) benefits from strong passenger revenues. The company's efforts to reward shareholders and reduce debt levels are impressive.
United Continental (UAL) wholly owned subsidiary United Airlines' load factor rises for the seventh straight month in November, courtesy of traffic growth exceeding capacity expansion.
More Go! Spirit Airlines is bringing their low fares and signature service to Indianapolis! Beginning March 14, 2019, Spirit (SAVE) will begin nonstop daily service from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) to Orlando International Airport (MCO) and McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas. Just about two months later, on May 2, Spirit will add nonstop seasonal flights between Indianapolis and Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) three times weekly. The new routes will also create dozens of connections to other destinations in the United States, as well as the Caribbean and Latin America.
Strong demand for air travel boosts Allegiant's (ALGT) November traffic. However, load factor declines as capacity expansion outpaces traffic growth.
Falling fuel prices are set to unlock huge cost savings for airlines next year, but many investors are worried about potential fare wars.
C.H. Robinson's (CHRW) shareholder-friendly initiatives are very encouraging. High operating expenses and debts, however, raise concerns.
With revenues of $2.6 billion, Spirit Airlines (SAVE), based in Miramar, Florida, provides airline services in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America. Its all-Airbus Fit Fleet operates some 420 daily flights to 59 destinations, notes technical trading specialist Leo Fasciocco, editor of Ticker Tape Digest.
Raj Subramaniam is set to assume the role of new CEO and president of the Express division in FedEx (FDX), effective Jan 1, 2019, following retirement of David L. Cunningham on Dec 31, 2018.
Southwest's (LUV) load factor falls yet again in November due to capacity expansion exceeding traffic growth. Notably, load factor declines consecutively ever since the April flight mishap.
American Airlines (AAL) shares fell more than 9% on December 7 after Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay’s comments in a note to clients. Keay questioned the bullish arguments about the industry. Keay downgraded his rating on American Airlines stock. Keay has a “peer perform” rating on American Airlines—compared to the previous “outperform” recommendation.
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