Why JetBlue Is Having a Sale

JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ: JBLU) has kicked off a two-day sale (September 18 and 19) with one-way fares as low as $59 on some flights. There are blackout dates and ...
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Does It Matter That Airbus Now Delivers Airplanes From 3 Continents?

On Friday, European aircraft maker Airbus will hand over the first of its A320 single-aisle jets built entirely in the United States to Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE). The company's ...
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America’s Best Airlines in 2017

Long one of the lowest rated of all U.S. industries, the country's airlines have made something of a comeback over the past four years. In 2013 airlines scored just ahead ...
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America’s Best and Worst Airlines

Long one of the lowest rated of all U.S. industries, the country's airlines have made something of a comeback over the past four years: in 2013 airlines scored just ahead ...
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Why Spirit Ranks Last in Airline Quality

Whenever anyone flies there’s usually a preference for one airline over another, or at least a question of how much quality or convenience is worth in terms of sacrificing for ...
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Spirit, Frontier Airlines Frequent Flyer Programs Judged Worst in US

Airline frequent flyer programs were among, if not, the first loyalty programs offered by U.S. companies. The original idea was to reward customers for booking flights with the airline. And the ...
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Ft. Lauderdale Airport by the Numbers

The state of Florida's number one industry is tourism, and tourism depends on airports to bring in all those half-frozen northerners for a few days (or more) of thawing out. ...
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CEOs Who Were Fired or Forced Out in 2016: Macy’s, Wells Fargo, Valeant and More

Several high-profile CEOs lost their jobs in 2016, along with one or two who "resigned" with the cooperation of their boards. To a person, the exits should help the companies. ...
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Merrill Lynch Raises Price Targets on 5 Top Airlines to Buy for 2017

If any industry has had the proverbial ups and downs this year is has been the airline sub-sector of the transports, and with good reason. Pricing pressure and over-expansion pinned ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Express, Citigroup, First Solar, Gap, HP Enterprise, UPS, Wells Fargo and More

Now that the markets have normalized after the post-election rally, they were looking for direction on Friday. Some of the key stocks that have been considered beneficiaries of the election ...
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Spirit Airlines Shows How to Fly From New York to Detroit for $126

Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: SAVE) has a habit of both saving flyers money and irritating them with nickel and dime charges for goods and services, which can erode that savings ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apollo Global, ADM, Celgene, Total, Whole Foods, Targa Resources and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Thursday after the Bank of England cut interest rates for the first time in seven years and engaged in more aggressive quantitative easing than expected. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Chesapeake Energy, Motorola Solutions, Pfizer, Spirit Air, Symantec, Under Armour, US Foods and More

The stock market was indicated handily higher on Monday, negating most of last week's major drop. Is the trend of buying the dips already coming back into play that fast? ...
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JetBlue Named Best Airline, Spirit Worst

The new American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) study of airline quality showed JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ: JBLU), a perennial favorite with consumers, ranked highest among airlines. Spirit Airlines Inc. (NASDAQ: ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ArcelorMittal, Boeing, Intel, Schlumberger, Yahoo, Vivint Solar, Johnson & Johnson and More

Stocks were indicated higher yet again on Wednesday, with the Dow over 18,000 and the S&P 500 back at 2,100. The memories of all the selling pressure during the first ...
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