airlines

Airlines Driving Transportation ETFs in Rare Price Hike Cheer

Some investors believe that the transportation stocks have to do well for the stock market to do well. After all, if people and goods are not being transported around the ...
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Why JetBlue Shares Could Fly Over 40% Higher

JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ: JBLU) is ready to take off for investors. That's the message from Tuesday's top analyst upgrades. Citigroup raised JetBlue to Buy from Neutral and the price ...
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What Boeing Will Not Be Talking About at Next Week’s Paris Air Show

The biannual Paris Air Show officially kicks off next Monday, June 17. Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) revealed its exhibit and demonstration lineup a week early so that all our hearts ...
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The Most Dominant Airline in Each State

More than 100 domestic U.S. airlines move hundreds of millions of passengers around the country every year. Most of us know the four or five largest airlines but would be ...
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Insiders Buy Close to $2.4 Million in American Airlines Shares

American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) has had a rough performance despite many airline metrics being solid. It seems that the global slowing and recent weak consumer data is trumping ...
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Airlines Issue Warning About Trade War, Fuel Prices

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), a trade group which represents nearly 300 carriers around the world, is the latest organization to voice optimism about the effects of the trade ...
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Southwest Airlines Entices Investors With Dividend Hike and More Share Buybacks

Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) wants to bring back more shareholders. The company held a board meeting and wants to put investor concerns at ease over the ongoing Boeing 737 ...
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Americans Enjoy Booking Flights More Than Actually Taking Them

U.S. airlines have what can be called a mixed relationship with their customers. On one hand, more and more people fly every year. On the other, flying does not rate ...
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Spirit Isn’t America’s Worst Airline Anymore

U.S. airlines are getting better. In fact, according to the latest quality rating, U.S. airlines as a group posted their highest quality numbers in the 29 years that the ratings ...
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This Is How Much Boeing’s Bread-and-Butter Planes Cost

American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) on Sunday announced that its fleet of 24 737 MAX 8 aircraft would remain grounded through August 19. Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) jets have ...
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Your Airline Seat Is Going to Get Tinier

Among the most frequent complaints about air travel is that seats get smaller and so does the distance between seats. That is about to get worse, at least on many ...
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How Delta Air Lines’ Difference Boosted Earnings, Guidance

Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) reported first-quarter 2019 results before markets opened Wednesday. The airline reported adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.96 on adjusted revenues of $10.47 billion. ...
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After 737 MAX Production Cuts Confirmed, Assessing Boeing’s Financial Fallout for 2019 and Beyond

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) announced on Friday afternoon what investors should have already been expecting. After showing that its flight control issues were the result of the two 737 MAX ...
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These Are the Best Airlines in the World, According to TripAdvisor

When it comes to air travel, there's good news and there's bad news. The good news is that some airlines continue to offer comfortable seating, few and short delays, and ...
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The Most Popular Flight in the World Is Not What You’d Expect

The busiest airline route in the world is a short hop of just under 185 miles between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. There are eight airlines flying that route for a ...
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