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|Day's Range||53.21 - 54.96|
|52 Week Range||44.59 - 60.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.04|
|Earnings Date||Jul 11, 2018 - Jul 16, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.22 (2.23%)|
|1y Target Est||73.71|
Woman’s family say she was left bruisedBloomberg NewsDelta Air Lines Inc. planes are seen at Los Angeles International airport. A woman with multiple sclerosis wants Delta Air Lines to improve its service for disabled passengers after she claims she was tied to a wheelchair following an international flight earlier this month. Maria Saliagas was diagnosed with the central nervous system disease five years ago, but didn’t want her deteriorating health to stop her annual trips with her husband to Europe.
The world’s largest aerospace company and the United States’ industrial (IYJ) icon Boeing (BA) announced its 1Q18 earnings today. The manufacturer of commercial aircraft and defense, space, and security systems continued its strong earnings story in 1Q18. The company’s adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $3.64 in 1Q18 made Thomson Reuters analysts check their math.
The Chicago-based carrier wound up near the bottom of the pack in a new ranking based on customer satisfaction surveys.
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: United Continental, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air and Ryanair
United stock fell sharply last April after the violent forcible ejection of a passenger named David Dao.
The traveler was randomly searched after a flight from Paris to DenverA woman, Crystal Tadlock, was fined $500 for not declaring an apple at U.S. Customs and Border Control. Take your Apple(AAPL)iPad out of your luggage when you pass through security. Crystal Tadlock was traveling from Paris to Denver last week on a Delta Air Lines(DAL) flight.
A Denver woman named Crystal Tadlock made headlines across the country after being ticketed $500 for trying to take a free apple from her Delta flight coming from France through US Customs.
Oil prices have been on the rise in recent months. The pain from more expensive fuel won't be evenly distributed, however, says Raymond James. Analyst Savanthi Syth writes that given the current healthy economic environment, airlines that have a greater proportion of business travel will find it easier to pass on higher fuel costs to consumers, as business travelers tend to be less price-sensitive.
JetBlue will sell the seats on the semi-private flights on its website. JetBlue first invested in JetSuite in 2016 and increased its investment in the company. JetBlue has ramped up its premium service to the West Coast.
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Delta Air, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines and United Continental
Asian stocks started off the week on a mixed note Monday after U.S. markets experienced declines Friday, especially with tech stocks. Several companies made headlines over the weekend, including Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) and Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX). Apple announced that it is starting a battery replacement program.
Only 90 miles from Florida, Cuba has long been a source of fascination for Americans. The country’s proximity combined with nearly six decades of travel restrictions created a romantic myth around the Pearl of Antilles for many living in the United States. Cuba travel in 2018 for Americans is legal...and fun. When President Barack Obama rolled back regulations in 2014, making it legal (and easier) for Americans to visit the country without a tour group, there was an expectation of the floodgates opening for Yankee visitors. In 2017, 600,000 American travelers (without Cuban family ties) visited the nation, which is more than six-times the pre-Obama level.
Delta Air Lines, Goodyear Tire & Rubber and Lincoln National Corp may have more upside than their discounted share prices suggest, Barron's reported. Delta, which closed at $55.40 per share on Friday, is at 8.6 times earnings, a valuation Morgan Stanley analyst Rajeev Lalwani called "just too low," according to Barron's.
A solid start to earnings season helped push share prices higher earlier this week, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index crept toward 17 times forward earnings estimates. A recent search for stocks selling for around half or less of the index’s valuation turned up just over a dozen names. Micron Technology (MU), the cheapest stock in the S&P 500, at 4.7 times forward earnings projections, has the other problem.
WASHINGTON/PARIS, April 20 (Reuters) - U.S. and European airline regulators on Friday ordered emergency inspections within 20 days of nearly 700 aircraft engines similar to the one involved in a fatal Southwest Airlines engine blowout earlier this week, citing risks of a similar mishap. The directives by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency for inspections of CFM56-7B engines, made by CFM International, indicated rising concerns since a similar failure in 2016 of the same type of engine. The engine explosion on Southwest Airlines flight 1380 on Tuesday was caused by a fan blade that broke off, the FAA said.
Is a solid earnings report from a competitor really enough to justify a big gain from American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL)? Investors certainly thought it was, as they sent American Airlines stock up 4% on Wednesday after rival United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) posted rock-solid first quarter numbers. Investors are still concerned that a nasty price war could be brewing.
A strong first-quarter earnings report sent Delta Air Lines (DAL) shares higher earlier this month, and Morgan Stanley thinks they can keep climbing. Analyst Rajeev Lalwani reiterated an Overweight rating on Delta Friday and raised his price target to $72 from $66, writing that the stock's multiple is simply too low.
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, American Airlines Group and JetBlue Airways
Mr. Huerta recently completed a five-year term as Administrator of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. As head of the FAA, he was responsible for the safety and efficiency of civil aviation in the U.S. "Michael's deep aviation and broader transportation industry experience will be a great asset to Delta," said Frank Blake, Delta's non-executive Chairman of the Board.
Alaska Air Group won over Virgin America employees and customers while moving fast to integrate the two airlines.