|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||59.27 - 60.00|
|52-week range||56.51 - 83.04|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.25|
|Earnings date||15 Jan 2018 - 19 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y target est||70.13|
American Airlines (Frankfurt: A1W97M - news) and United Airlines have agreed to a $95.1m (£71.9m) settlement with the developer of the Twin Towers. The commercial carriers' agreement to the payout to World Trade Center Properties, owned by developer Larry Silverstein, puts an end to a 13-year litigation. In total, nearly 3,000 people were killed in the 9/11 terror attacks, which were claimed by al Qaeda and its then leader Osama bin Laden.
Airline hubs are specific airports that an airline company uses as a transfer sport to get travelers to their intended destination, but which airlines dominate which airports? Let's take a look at seven major U.S. airlines, and see where their hubs are located.
In a bid to strengthen footprint across the United States, United Continental's (UAL) unit United Airlines aims to add routes from five of its hubs to 10 cities.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Continental Holdings, Allegiant Travel, American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines and SkyWest
American Airlines is on track to post its fifth consecutive quarterly unit revenue increase in Q4. However, that alone isn't a good enough reason to buy the stock.
In a bid to keep up with JetBlue, Delta Air Lines will start offering lie-flat first class seats on six additional domestic routes next year.
The competitive environment for West Coast-Hawaii flights isn't as fragile as some investors believe. Moreover, Hawaiian Airlines has plenty of tools to maintain its enviable margin performance.
United Continental (UAL) reported earnings more than a month ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines Group, United Continental Holdings and JetBlue Airways
U.S. airlines have been petitioning the federal government for years to intervene in what they see as unfair competition by the three major Gulf carriers. The proposal, tucked deep in the Senate tax-cut plan, calls for airlines headquartered in foreign countries to pay the U.S. incorporate tax rate if: 1) the carrier's home country does not have an income tax treaty with the United States and 2) the carrier's country of origin has fewer than two arrivals and departures, per week, operated by major U.S. airlines.
High fuel and labor costs plus the recent hurricanes hurt the airline companies' Q3 results. Sadly enough, the scenario does not augur well to change for better in the near term.
Here are the government's rankings of the leading U.S. airlines and their on-time performance for September. The federal government counts a flight as on time if it arrives no more than 14 minutes behind schedule.
Major U.S. airlines are bumping far fewer passengers from overbooked flights after a high-profile incident in April prompted the industry to reassess its practices, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) reported on Thursday. The government reported the rate of involuntary bumping passengers among the 12 largest U.S. carriers fell to 0.15 per 10,000 passengers in the three months ended Sept. 30 - the lowest quarterly rate dating back to 1995 - and down sharply from a rate of 0.69 in the same period last year. The involuntary bumping figure does not take into account passengers who agree to give up their seats in exchange for compensation.
Discount carrier Frontier Airlines is set to get a whole bunch of new jets that could give it more options as it skirmishes with United Airlines over cheap fares.
Strong demand for air travel boosted Q3 results of Latin American carriers like GOL Linhas (GOL). Alaska Air's (ALK) decision to call off its Cuba flights might be due to the new travel policy.
United Continental (UAL) was severely hurt by Harvey in Q3. The company's struggles on the unit revenue front are likely to continue.