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Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL)

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31.10+0.52 (+1.70%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

30.95 -0.15 (-0.48%)
After hours: 7:30PM EDT

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Previous close30.58
Open30.99
Bid31.04 x 1000
Ask31.08 x 1800
Day's range30.58 - 31.36
52-week range17.51 - 62.48
Volume12,336,808
Avg. volume23,465,110
Market cap19.837B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.32
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Feb 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Boeing courting Delta, others to take 737 MAX 'white tails' - sources
    Reuters

    Boeing courting Delta, others to take 737 MAX 'white tails' - sources

    Delta Air Lines is among airlines Boeing Co has approached to buy dozens of 737 MAX jets built for clients that have since scrapped their orders or gone bust, two people familiar with the matter said. As the 737 MAX edges closer to commercial flight after an 18-month grounding, Boeing is scrambling to find buyers for the so-called "white tails" - jets painted white, awaiting an airline livery, or whose color schemes need to be swapped. The 737 MAX's ban following two fatal crashes had already caused some carriers to walk and the number of unsold jets has soared as the COVID-19 pandemic decimated demand for air travel and new aircraft.

  • Boeing courting Delta, others to take 737 MAX 'white tails': sources
    Reuters

    Boeing courting Delta, others to take 737 MAX 'white tails': sources

    Delta Air Lines <DAL.N> is among airlines Boeing Co <BA.N> has approached to buy dozens of 737 MAX jets built for clients that have since scrapped their orders or gone bust, two people familiar with the matter said. As the 737 MAX edges closer to commercial flight after an 18-month grounding, Boeing is scrambling to find buyers for the so-called "white tails" - jets painted white, awaiting an airline livery, or whose color schemes need to be swapped. The 737 MAX's ban following two fatal crashes had already caused some carriers to walk and the number of unsold jets has soared as the COVID-19 pandemic decimated demand for air travel and new aircraft.

  • Seven Airlines Snag U.S. Treasury Loans
    Motley Fool

    Seven Airlines Snag U.S. Treasury Loans

    The U.S. Treasury has finalized loans to seven airlines and called on Congress to authorize additional funding for the industry to prevent massive job cuts. In a statement on Tuesday, the department announced loans for American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL), United Airlines Holdings (NASDAQ: UAL), Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK), JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU), Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA), SkyWest (NASDAQ: SKYW), and Frontier Airlines.