|Bid||56.50 x 2200|
|Ask||57.00 x 1100|
|Day's range||56.43 - 57.29|
|52-week range||45.08 - 63.44|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.10|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.03|
|Earnings date||13 Jan 2020 - 17 Jan 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.61 (2.84%)|
|1y target est||65.26|
Dec.04 -- Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian talks about how his push to offer free internet on planes has been met with technological challenges. He also discusses why the airline is building new airports and terminals. Bastian appears on "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." The interview was recorded on Sept. 19 in Washington.
Delta (DAL) expects to witness substantial top-line growth in 2020, courtesy of strong travel demand. Simultaneously, the carrier partners with Wheels Up to create a large fleet of private jets.
European carriers are expected to benefit next year from factors like moderate capacity expansion and an uptick in economic growth in the region.
Delta Air Lines Inc sees another annual rise in profit and revenue in 2020 driven by what Chief Executive Ed Bastian called a growing interest in air travel by consumers across the generational spectrum. "People are more inspired to travel," Bastian told Reuters ahead of the carrier's investor day, citing the increased affordability of flying and advances in social media and technology, even as environmental and "flight-shaming" activists threaten air travel growth in Europe. Atlanta-based Delta is forecasting 2020 profit of $6.75 to $7.75 per share, versus analysts' mean estimate of $7.06 according to IBES data from Refinitiv, on revenue growth of 4% to 6% and $4 billion of free cash flow.
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GOL Linhas (GOL) launches a new business division that should boost its revenue growth further. Meanwhile, Delta Air Lines (DAL) registers a decline in its November load factor.
Air France-KLM said on Wednesday it had dropped plans to buy a stake in Virgin Atlantic as the two airline groups combine their transatlantic partnerships with Delta Air Lines into an expanded joint venture. Under the three-way deal struck in 2017 and approved by U.S. regulators last month, Virgin had agreed to sell a 31% holding to Air France-KLM for 220 million pounds ($282 million) - effectively ceding joint control to Delta, which already owns a 49% Virgin stake, and its Franco-Dutch partner.
Airline group Air France-KLM said on Wednesday it was not necessary to buy a stake in Virgin Atlantic to expand a transatlantic joint venture with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines. Air France-KLM also said in a statement it would continue final preparations towards the launch of the expanded joint venture in the coming weeks. "This partnership is key to strengthen the group’s leadership position between Europe and North America", Air France-KLM added.
Delta's (DAL) codesharing with LATAM aims at increasing connectivity to up to 74 and 51 destinations in the United States and South America, respectively.
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The joint venture offers customers more travel options on European flights along with expanded capacity and reciprocal frequent-flyer benefits.
The Thanksgiving holiday period is likely to be an extremely busy one for the U.S. carriers like Delta Airlines (DAL) and American Airlines (AAL).