19.42 +0.02 (0.10%)
Pre-Market: 7:09AM EDT
|Bid||19.35 x 1000|
|Ask||19.55 x 3100|
|Day's Range||19.34 - 19.55|
|52 Week Range||18.05 - 24.13|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.50|
|Earnings Date||Jul 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||22.68|
This stock hasn't been a highflier through the first half of the year, leaving shareholders feeling blue.
Embraer SA has signed a firm order with United Airlines for twenty-five 70-seat E175 jets, the Brazilian planemaker said on Monday, providing a boost to the company shortly after JetBlue Airways Corp opted ...
Embraer's confidence in its E-Jet E2 offering appears to remain buoyant, as the Brazilian manufacturer maintains that its momentum will not be disrupted by its recent defeat to rival Airbus in a campaign for JetBlue Airways' business.
JetBlue Airways Corp. got a great deal on its latest aircraft purchase from Airbus SE, according to Moody’s Investors Service. The carrier probably paid $1.4 billion to $1.7 billion for 60 Airbus A220-300 jets, or between $23 million and $28 million per plane, Moody’s analyst Jonathan Root said in a report Friday, citing estimates by appraisers and price breaks that are typical for large orders. “As with most campaigns, we believe the decision comes down to the lowest all-in cost, because the narrow-body aircraft manufactured by Airbus and Boeing have similar capabilities and operating costs for the majority of operators,” he said.
JetBlue's (JBLU) load factor in June rises on traffic growth outpacing capacity expansion. Additionally, the carrier updates its Q2 view with respect to unit revenues and fuel costs.
EAST HARTFORD, Conn., July 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp. (UTX), congratulates JetBlue Airways (JBLU) on its selection of 60 firm Airbus A220-300 aircraft, which are powered exclusively by Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan™ (GTF) engines. This announcement follows previous firm orders from JetBlue for GTF engines to power 85 Airbus A320neo family aircraft. "This selection marks a milestone for our airline," said Robin Hayes, chief executive officer, JetBlue.
JetBlue (JBLU) today announced that its new and expanded Mexico City service, with daily nonstop flights between the Mexican capital and both New York City and Boston, is now out for sale. Service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Mexico City International Airport (MEX), as well as service between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Mexico City International Airport begins October 25, 2018.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Allegiant Travel, JetBlue Airways and LATAM Airlines Group
MARKET PULSE JetBlue Airways Corp. (jblu) reported June load factor that rose 150 basis points (1.5 percentage points) to 87.0%, as a 7.8% rise in traffic outpaced a 5.9% increase in capacity. The air carrier raised its outlook for second-quarter per-gallon fuel costs to $2.
JetBlue Airways Corporation reported its preliminary traffic results for June 2018. Traffic in June increased 7.8 percent from June 2017, on a capacity increase of 5.9 percent.
The Environmental Defense Fund never opposed genetically modified organisms. A June 23 Review essay about GMOs incorrectly said the organization has opposed GMOs in the past and recently reversed its position. JetBlue Airways Chief Financial Officer Steve Priest said the airline?s new Airbus A220-300 planes will be ?the next generation of aircraft that customers will love.?
JetBlue Technology Ventures® (JTV), the venture capital subsidiary of JetBlue Airways (JBLU), today announced its latest efforts to help fuel travel industry innovation. The Silicon-Valley-based company, which incubates, invests in, and partners with early-stage start-ups at the intersection of technology and travel is announcing an International Innovation Partnership with launch partner Air New Zealand.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday's session are Boeing, Ford, American Airlines, Pfizer and Comcast.
You could say the recent run in airline stocks has been turbulent at best. Shares of Southwest LUV , American Airlines AAL , JetBlue JBLU and United UAL fell Tuesday, with Delta DAL the only name in the S&P 500’s airline industry group to close the day positive. Southwest, Alaska, American and Delta are all firmly in bear market or correction territory.
Headwinds like high fuel costs are the reasons behind the sector tracker's decline over the last six months.
JetBlue Airways Corp. on Tuesday said it would buy 60 CSeries jetliners from Airbus SE with options for more, as the European plane maker’s rivalry with Boeing Co. extends into the market for smaller planes. “It’s truly the next generation of aircraft that customers will love,” JetBlue Chief Financial Officer Steve Priest said in an interview. JetBlue is already a big Airbus customer.
Boeing Co's first-half aircraft deliveries rose more than 7 percent, lifted by demand for its bestselling 737 jetliners as airlines seek more fuel-efficient planes, and orders were more than double those of European rival Airbus SE. The announcement on Tuesday caps a successful half year for the world's largest planemaker and comes a week ahead of the Farnborough Airshow in Britain, where airlines typically place orders. Chicago-based Boeing had 460 net aircraft orders in the first half of 2018, compared with Airbus's 206, rebounding after losing that race to Airbus last year.
The Airbus jet family will compete against Boeing's joint venture partnership with Embraer, while Jet Blue's new aircraft will replace its Embraer 190 fleet.
JetBlue Airways Corporation announced today that it will hold its quarterly conference call to discuss second quarter 2018 financial results on July 24th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
JetBlue will use the A220-300 planes to replace its fleet of Embraer E-190 jets. The purchase will tighten the airline's ties to Airbus. JetBlue Airways JBLU has ordered at least 60 regional jets from Airbus, the U.S. airline said Tuesday, a decision that tightens its tie to the European airplane manufacturer, Boeing BA 's chief rival.
Airbus SE scored a key victory on Tuesday, with U.S. airline JetBlue announcing it would buy 60 of its A220-300 narrowbody jets, the first major order for the planemaker's newly rebranded programme as its battle with rival Boeing Co intensifies. Earlier on Tuesday, Airbus unveiled the new A220 name for the 110-seat to 130-seat model jets, previously called the CSeries under Canadian firm Bombardier, at a ceremony at the planemaker's Toulouse facilities in France. Airbus has taken majority control of the loss-making Montreal-based aircraft programme, with Bombardier and Quebec as minority partners.
Jul.16 -- Fred Cromer, president of commercial aircraft at Bombardier, discusses the company's share price and turnaround plan, their partnership with Airbus, competition with Boeing, the opportunities he's seeing in the industry, the CRJ and the turboprop markets and growth in China. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open" from the Farnborough Airshow.