|Bid||18.95 x 2900|
|Ask||18.98 x 1300|
|Day's range||18.95 - 19.48|
|52-week range||18.05 - 24.13|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.38|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2018 - 27 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||22.90|
Jim Cramer hears from Okta co-founder, Chairman and CEO Todd McKinnon about his cybersecurity company's prospects.
As of June 20, Delta Air Lines (DAL) stock has fallen 3.9% this year. The stock has underperformed the S&P 500 (SPY), which has gained 3.5%. JetBlue Airways (JBLU), American Airlines (AAL), and Southwest Airlines (LUV) have also underperformed the index. They have fallen 14.9%, 19.2%, and 21.5%, respectively. Delta Air Lines has managed to outperform its peers.
Now the latest generation of hand-held devices used by flight crews has an overhead bin full of information about each passenger. The information is added to phones and tablets used to charge customers for food and beverage purchases.
Investors keenly await updates on the possibility of a new US-based carrier launch by JetBlue's (JBLU) founder.
The world’s most prolific – and, arguably, successful – founder of pleasantly unconventional airlines is returning home from Brazil to launch his third U.S- and fourth North American-based airline. Serial airline entrepreneur David Neeleman walked away – or, depending on whose account of the story you believe, was pushed out – of JetBlue, the most famous and successful of the airlines he has started, back in 2008. Now Neeleman is seeking $100 million in investment money to launch yet another new carrier, according to media reports.
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The proposed airline, currently dubbed Moxy Airways, has secured orders for 60 CS300 aircraft from Canada’s Bombardier Inc., and is raising $100 million to begin flying in 2020, Airline Weekly reported late Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. It’s unclear how far along Neeleman, 58, is in developing the new airline.
JetBlue (JBLU), Puerto Rico’s largest airline, marked the return of its full flight schedule on the island after last year’s hurricanes by celebrating with customers, crewmembers and partners today at San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU). JetBlue’s return of capacity, which coincides with its 16th anniversary of service in San Juan, came six months earlier than originally planned, given the improved demand for travel to Puerto Rico as the island continues to recover from Hurricane Maria and welcomes new visitors. To support the increase in service, JetBlue has hired 50 new crewmembers for its San Juan operation, with the new crewmembers joining the airline just in time for the summer peak season.
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Investors are disappointed that JetBlue still expects its unit revenue to decline this quarter. However, the outlook for the second half of 2018 and beyond seems a lot brighter.
JetBlue's (JBLU) traffic in May rises on strong demand for air travel. Load factor also improves on traffic growth exceeding capacity expansion.
JetBlue Airways Corp. reported Tuesday May load factor rose to 85.8% from 84.7%, as increased passenger demand outpaced growth seat supply. Traffic for the month rose 8.9% from a year ago to 4.34 billion ...
JetBlue Airways Corporation reported its preliminary traffic results for May 2018. Traffic in May increased 8.9 percent from May 2017, on a capacity increase of 7.6 percent.
JetBlue (JBLU) today announced as part of its 16th anniversary celebration of service to Puerto Rico, the JetBlue Foundation has pledged $100,000 worth of grants to STEM education programs on the island. JetBlue has offered service to Puerto Rico since 2002 and last year initiated 100x35JetBlue, a hurricane recovery and relief initiative. The airline currently serves three destinations in Puerto Rico including its San Juan focus city where JetBlue is the largest carrier, as well as Aguadilla and Ponce.
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Headwinds like soft bookings and rising fuel costs persistently weigh on Southwest Airlines (LUV), resulting in the stock's decline.
The sector tracker declines over the past five days due to disappointing views provided by Southwest Airlines (LUV) and the IATA.
JetBlue is joining the pack of airlines that are making it harder for passengers to bring emotional-support animals on board. JetBlue announced Tuesday that starting July 1 it will require those customers to submit forms from a veterinarian vouching for the animal's fitness and vaccinations. Customers will have to tell JetBlue 48 hours in advance if they will be traveling with a support animal.
JetBlue joins its U.S. competitors in asking passengers for more documentation on emotional support animals' health and behavior.