|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||36.50 - 37.40|
|52 Week Range||32.40 - 59.45|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.35|
|Earnings Date||Apr 18, 2018 - Apr 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.48 (1.27%)|
|1y Target Est||48.18|
Airline stocks ride high on upbeat unit revenue projections for the first quarter and decreased capacity-related woes. The new tax law also holds promise.
Southwest got a top ranking for its economy cabin product in a new survey from a respected consumer publication.
American Airlines (AAL) is gaining from the strong demand for air travel. Also, its efforts to reward shareholders are impressive.
The NYSE ARCA Airline index is increasing mainly owing to the bullish Q1 unit revenue projections of key sector participants.
The Hawaii-based airline company is proving its doubters wrong again, as it's on pace to achieve strong unit revenue growth in the first quarter.
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.
HONOLULU , March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: HA) ("Hawaiian" or the "Company"), has updated its expectations for ...
Hawaiian Airlines has canceled its order for six Airbus A330-800neos. Instead, it will buy 10 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, with deliveries beginning in 2021.
The multiple flight cancellations and the resultant revenue losses might have contributed to the NYSE ARCA Airline index's decline over the past week.
This represents an increase in short interest as investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices added to their short positions on February 5. Index (PMI) data, output in the Industrials sector is rising.
Boeing (BA) 787-9 Dreamliner is one of the latest models of the company's 787 jets, offering more seats and cargo capability than its previous versions.
Hawaiian Airlines intends to buy Boeing 787 Dreamliners as the Honolulu-based carrier's new flagship airplane for medium- to long-haul flights, the companies said Tuesday. Hawaiian said it intends to buy 10 Boeing 787-9 wide-body jets (worth $2.82 billion at list prices) and acquire purchase rights for 10 more 787s to fuel the airline's future expansion. Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO Peter Ingram said the airline selected the 787-9 as part of a competitive process that also included the Airbus A330-900, adding purchase agreements with Boeing and engine supplier GE Aviation will be finalized in the second quarter.
Hawaiian Holdings Inc. handed Boeing Co. a victory by selecting 10 of the planemaker’s 787 Dreamliners and canceling a deal for a competing model from Airbus SE.
Hawaiian Airlines announced Tuesday that it will purchase 10 Boeing Dreamliner aircraft in lieu of its original plan to purchase planes from Airbus Industries. The Honolulu airline has executed a non-binding letter of intent for the purchase of the Boeing 787-9 aircraft, with the first plane scheduled to arrive in the first quarter of 2021. “The Dreamliner combines excellent comfort for our guests with fantastic operational performance and will allow us to continue modernizing our fleet into the next decade,” said Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO Peter Ingram in a statement.
HONOLULU , March 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: HA) ("Hawaiian"), today announced its system-wide traffic statistics for the ...
HONOLULU, March 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hawaiian Airlines has executed a non-binding Letter of Intent (LOI) for the purchase of 10 Boeing 787-9 aircraft with purchase rights for an additional 10 aircraft, the airline announced today. The first fuel-efficient, lightweight, passenger-friendly "Dreamliner" is scheduled to arrive in the first quarter of 2021. The Dreamliner's excellent fuel efficiency makes the 787-9 an ideal choice for Hawaiian's long-haul Asia/Pacific and North America routes.
With high costs impeding bottom-line growth of carriers, multiple flight cancellations caused by the storm is likely to dent their top-line performances.
Airbus' production problems recently forced Hawaiian Airlines to cut two routes from its summer schedule and delay the start of a third route by several months.
In a perplexing move, Hawaiian Airlines plans to dump its order for six Airbus A330-800neos in favor of Boeing's 787-9 model.