UK markets open in 7 hours 9 minutes

Air Canada (AC.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real-time price. Currency in CAD
Add to watchlist
18.61+0.59 (+3.27%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
Full screen
Previous close18.02
Open18.29
Bid18.60 x 0
Ask18.61 x 0
Day's range18.26 - 18.72
52-week range15.57 - 26.80
Volume3,317,160
Avg. volume2,878,951
Market cap6.662B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.47
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-9.17
Earnings date31 Oct 2022 - 04 Nov 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est25.93
  • Reuters

    Air Canada raises annual cost forecast, misses earnings

    North American carriers are flying more passengers after a pandemic-induced slump, but face rising labor costs and high jet fuel prices, along with staffing shortages and congestion at some airports. Canada's largest carrier has wrestled with complaints over long lines and lost luggage at some hubs, but executives see improvements in baggage handling and demand for international travel as bright spots. Air Canada expects 2022 adjusted cost per available seat mile to be up about 15% to 17%, above 2019 levels, compared with a previous forecast of 13% to 15% higher.

  • Reuters

    United Airlines expands code-sharing pact with Air Canada

    Airlines struggling with rising cost pressures and operational challenges expect improved demand for international travel to help cement their path towards profitability. Code-sharing allows an airline to sell seats on a flight operated by its partner, so that it can fly passengers to destinations it does not serve. Under the expanded deal, passengers who search for flights between the United States and Canada on United's or Air Canada's websites and apps will find more flight options and more access to each airline's seat inventory.

  • Reuters

    Air Canada temporarily bans pets from baggage hold, cites delays

    MONTREAL (Reuters) -Air Canada said on Wednesday it will not allow animals in the baggage hold until Sept. 12 due to "longer than usual" delays at airports, as carriers and airports wrestle with complaints over lost luggage and long lines. Airlines in Europe, the United States and Canada are cancelling and delaying flights due to staffing shortages while traffic surges faster than expected after slumping during the pandemic. Passengers at airports from Toronto to Frankfurt have been sharing photos on social media of piled-up luggage near baggage belts.