|Bid||27.41 x 4000|
|Ask||27.50 x 1200|
|Day's Range||27.37 - 28.13|
|52 Week Range||24.23 - 37.23|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.64|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.78|
|Earnings Date||Jan 22, 2020 - Jan 27, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.40 (1.44%)|
|1y Target Est||36.72|
A record 115.6 million Americans are expected to take to the skies, rails, roads and waterways between Dec. 21 and Jan. 1, according to AAA’s 2019 holiday travel report, which is the highest number in almost 20 years. Indeed, this is the eighth consecutive record high since AAA began tracking holiday travel in 2001. Most (91%) are hitting the roads — to a tune of 104 million people driving, the global transportation analysts at INRIX warned AAA, with traffic jams expected to be the worst the day after Christmas on Thursday, Dec. 26.
Qantas is aiming to order up to a dozen of a plane Airbus has designed specifically to fly ultra-long-haul routes of up to 21 hours of continuous flying.
American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) said Thursday it is pushing back scheduling passengers on its Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX jetliners until April 7, adding further expense and capacity constraints to its system. The news comes one day after Federal Aviation Administration head Stephen Dickson testified before Congress that the agency won't rush a review of corrective steps taken by manufacturer Boeing Co. and a final airworthiness recertification for the MAX. Reuters reported that the FAA has expressed displeasure with Boeing about continuing to raise unrealistic public expectations for the plane's return to service.
Delta (DAL) expects to witness substantial top-line growth in 2020, courtesy of strong travel demand. Simultaneously, the carrier partners with Wheels Up to create a large fleet of private jets.
Mining giant Anglo American was downgraded to neutral from outperform by Credit Suisse, which also slashed the target price to £21.70 from £26, as analyst Conor Rowley assumed coverage. "Sares have outperformed the underlying commodity mix materially YTD (~10%), especially when compared with peers, a situation that has not been sustainable historically. Moreover, we no longer see the group's growth outlook as being as strong a driver as earlier this year," the analyst said.
American Airlines has pushed back the MAX's return many times since the troubled plane was grounded on March 13.
The carrier is making absolutely certain all frontline flight attendants will be wearing a new Lands' End uniform when the rollout happens on March 2, 2020.
European carriers are expected to benefit next year from factors like moderate capacity expansion and an uptick in economic growth in the region.
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U.S. Travel economists noted that historically, business travel typically declines before leisure travel does as the country heads into an economic slowdown, which is why the October dip is "possibly a worrisome harbinger for the broader economy."
The reports that offered telling insights into the Chicago-based carrier's performance month by month are now a thing of the past.
The unions that represent American Airlines mechanics laid out their case as to why they shouldn't have to pay sanctions to the company.
Brazil's GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA said late Tuesday that Delta Air lines Inc has sold more than 32.9 million shares it held in the company, a few months after the Atlanta-based airline announced its decision to exit stake. Delta's decision to sell its stake was expected, following its acquisition of a 20% stake in GOL competitor LATAM Airlines Group SA for $1.9 billion in September. Delta did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment.
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The prolonged MAX grounding presents new challenges as airlines brace for record Christmas and New Year's travel deluge.
American Airlines capacity growth in 2020 will be more in line with competitors than this year, according to one industry analyst.
American Airlines is giving customers a treat this holiday season with the announcement of two new routes from the vibrant and eclectic city of Austin, Texas (AUS), to the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose, California (SJC), and to the historical city of Boston (BOS). The airline is also introducing unique service in support of special events like golf tournaments in Augusta, Georgia (AGS), music festivals in Palm Springs, California (PSP), and the annual visit to one of the nation’s biggest shareholder meetings with increased service to Omaha, Nebraska (OMA).
American Airlines is relaunching its "nerd bird" route out of Austin — popular among tech workers — after cutting it during the last recession.