|Bid||39.50 x 3100|
|Ask||40.10 x 1300|
|Day's range||38.96 - 40.10|
|52-week range||32.40 - 59.45|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.82|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2018 - 27 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.48 (1.24%)|
|1y target est||49.36|
One airline is uniquely positioned to post strong earnings if fuel prices remain elevated, thanks to its fuel hedging program and exposure to international markets where fuel surcharges are applied automatically.
The investor-friendly measures adopted by airlines clearly highlight the financial prosperity. An uptick in such activities is likely due to the new tax law.
While Hawaii is getting all of the attention right now, international markets will absorb a significantly larger proportion of Southwest Airlines' capacity growth in the long run.
Dwindling load factors as well as rising fuel costs pose a threat to the health of airline companies. The spate of recent in-flight issues is an added headwind.
A survey of members of the Association of Flight Attendants, the union that represents some 50,000 flight attendants, found that 68 percent of flight attendants have been harassed on the job.
The sharp decrease in the Hawaiian Holdings (HA) stock price contributes to the sector-tracker declining over the past five trading days.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) April traffic declines due to low bookings following the fatal engine failure in the month. Load factor also contracts on capacity expansion and traffic decline.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) arm Hawaiian Airlines reports a decrease in April load factor as capacity expansion outweighs traffic growth.
Southwest Airlines will fly to Hawaii from Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Jose. That could force Alaska Airlines to cut some of its routes from those cities to Hawaii.
As Hawaiian Holdings (HA) derives most of its revenues from flights within Hawaii, Southwest's (LUV) decision to offer cheaper inter-island flights flights is a blow to the former.
Airlines have recognized strong traveler demand for the Aloha State and are pouring on new service—even before Southwest Airlines Co. launches its planned entry into the market. American Airlines Group Inc. plans to begin a daily winter flight from Chicago to Honolulu on Dec. 19. Hawaiian Holdings Inc. also plans additional West Coast service this year, using a new fleet of Airbus A321neos.
Shares of Hawaiian Airlines tumbled after low-cost airline Southwest announces inter-island flights to Hawaii.
Hawaiian Holdings stock could be primed for big gains after the Hawaii-focused airline's blowout first quarter earnings report.
Results have been uniformly positive thus far in the after-market; hopefully these will help carry forth into a positive trading day Wednesday.
The Honolulu-based company said it had profit of 56 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to $1.09 per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
Hawaiian Holdings (HA) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat.
Shares of United (UAL) surged nearly 5% on Wednesday, one day after the airline giant posted strong first quarter earnings results. Meanwhile, fellow U.S. airline companies also saw their stock prices climb, which might signal that investors are confident about the whole industry as first quarter earnings season really starts to take off.
Southwest Airlines may operate some interisland flights within Hawaii beginning in late 2018 or 2019, but it is unlikely to mount a serious challenge to market leader Hawaiian Airlines.
Unit revenue growth is likely to aid United Continental's (UAL) Q1 results. However, high fuel costs might limit bottom-line growth.