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Hawaiian Airlines continued its streak of industry-leading performance last quarter, and the company has plenty of tools to navigate a more challenging competitive environment in 2018.
Airline hubs are specific airports that an airline company uses as a transfer sport to get travelers to their intended destination, but which airlines dominate which airports? Let's take a look at seven major U.S. airlines, and see where their hubs are located.
United Airlines' meteorological crystal ball has some encouraging news for Chicagoans concerned about whether airline travel will be a hassle this winter. The Chicago-based carrier last week convened its nationwide weather team for one of the twice-yearly weather summits held at the airline's Willis Tower headquarters. The best part of the event — at least as far as Chicago and the United hub at O'Hare International Airport are concerned — is that the Windy City is predicted to have lower-than-normal snowfall totals again this winter after a couple of winters with similar results.
As low-cost carrier competition heats up, one major airline is looking to milk all it can from one of its partnerships. United Continental Holdings Inc. is focusing on the terms of a partnership it currently has in place with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) as a way to try to increase profitability. United President Scott Kirby said in an earnings call last week that the existing partnership is a “disadvantage” for United and that the carrier is in the midst of renegotiating the terms of its co-branded card partnership with the banking giant.
The airline industry awaits what it hopes will be more normal earnings call this week after some starting news from United.
On October 19, United Continental Holdings opened the day lower and fell to more than three-week low price levels.
Profit is crashing at United Continental this year, leading analysts and investors to lose faith in the company's turnaround plan.
United Continental Holdings is in discussions with J.P. Morgan to renegotiate terms of their co-branded card partnership, a move some analysts fear could suppress revenue at the bank.
Three years of rapid cost inflation have sabotaged American Airlines' profitability. So far, the world's largest airline doesn't seem to have a plan to reverse the damage.
United Continental Holdings’ (UAL) earnings were clearly bad news for the company. Delta Air Lines (DAL) and American Airlines Group (AAL), as is usually the case, followed United’s shares lower—but not much lower. Delta fell 1.1%, and American declined just 1%.
Stocks hit record highs on IBM, J&J, Adobe and the Senate's step toward tax cuts. Netflix wowed analysts, but investors gave mixed reviews. United Airlines and General Electric plunged.
Quarterly earnings calls are a numbing ritual of the corporate business world. Executives recite dry numbers and offer sunny assurances of continued growth. Analysts ask about financial minutiae, to ferret out details to help them predict future earnings. But every once in a while, the veneer cracks, something unexpected happens, and earnings calls justify their…
United Continental (UAL) sunk on Thursday following its disappointing earnings and outlook, and the pain continued today. Analysts are taking a look at the stock today, and it's hard to find much enthusiasm. ...
United Continental Holdings Inc.’s shares fell 12% Thursday, sliding during sharp questioning by analysts to executives who offered little clarity on progress in efforts to cut costs and raise revenue....
Boeing is urgently weighing plans to double 767 production in Everett, the Puget Sound Business Journal has learned. The Chicago-based jetmaker (BA) is asking its employees and suppliers whether they can deliver on the rate increase to win a big aircraft order, according to a Boeing document and three industry sources who requested anonymity to protect business relationships. Boeing has not made a passenger version of its 767 for years.
Shares of United Airlines dropped more than 12 percent on Thursday — their biggest one-day percentage decline in eight years — after a contentious conference call that caused analysts to question whether ...
Shares of United Continental (UAL) crashed to the bottom of the S&P 500 today, after a disappointing outlook overshadowed better-than-expected third quarter results, fueling worries about United’s ability to weather the rising costs and hold its own against low-cost rivals. Adding to the turmoil, was a contentious investor call during which CEO Oscar Munoz admitted that United had “dug ourselves in a hole” in regard to competition. The day’s trading action was a sharp reversal from just over a week ago when airline stocks rallied after American Airlines (AAL) and United raised their own guidance for average passenger revenue, and Delta Air Lines (DAL) delivered estimate-beating third quarter results.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday: United Continental Holdings Inc., down $8.21 to $59.78 The parent of United Airlines said that weak prices will continue the rest of this year ...
Analysts spent much of the third-quarter earnings call asking about United Airlines' plans to shore up profit, costs, capacity and margins in 2018 and beyond. They got few answers.