volatile ever since the first Ebola case was reported in the U.S. Decliners: Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) +5.5% , American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) +9.5% , United Continental (NYSE: UAL ) +5.3% , SkyWest (NASDAQ: SKYW ) +5.5
airline is typically seen in an unfavorable light compared to the other major airlines, Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) and American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL ) , but these analysts place targets of $68 and $70, respectively, on the stock trading at only $44
consistently produce a profit. The company is a case study on how a company should be managed. While Delta (NYSE: DAL ), American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL ) and United Continental (NYSE: UAL ) have all faced a laundry list of issues over the past 10-15 years
There's been extra volatility on American Airlines Group ( AAL -3.4% ) with shares ranging as low as $29.78 today before recovering. Despite the lack of concrete news on
gains for the majors. Gainers: Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ) +1.7% , Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK ) +1.5% , American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) +1.0% , JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU ) +0.7% . Post your comment!
American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL ) reports total revenue passenger miles were down 0.2% in September to 16.9B. Total capacity was higher
LUV ) and the fact that other major competitors such as Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL ), United Air Lines ( UAL ) and American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL ) began restructuring under bankruptcy to reduce their operating costs. This basically meant that all the
American Airline Group ( AAL -2.5% ) seeks one of the Tokyo Haneda routes that it maintains is seeing limited usage from Delta Air Lines ( DAL -0.8% ). The carrier has petitioned the DOT for the right to fly daily service from L.A. to Haneda. Delta claims its seasonal use of the route is standard
Oct 3 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group plans to replace jets from its regional unit Envoy Air Inc out of Miami with larger ones from a Republic Airways Inc unit, leading to about 50 job cuts at Envoy.
Execs at American Airlines Group ( AAL +6.2% ) and British Airways confirm that bookings haven't seen any adverse reaction to the Ebola case in the