|Bid||12.30 x 1800|
|Ask||12.27 x 3200|
|Day's range||11.80 - 12.55|
|52-week range||8.25 - 34.99|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.76|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2020 - 27 Jul 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.40 (3.59%)|
|Ex-dividend date||04 Feb 2020|
|1y target est||15.00|
United Airlines, American and Delta won't let you get on their planes without wearing a mask. But once on board, you won't be forced to wear it. Employee policies reviewed by Reuters found that the top three U.S. carriers have told their flight crews not to force passengers to comply with a new policy requiring them to cover their faces. American Airlines has told its flight attendants that their role is informational, not enforcement, regarding masks. United counseled its crew to use their "de-escalation skills" and reseat any passengers as needed. Delta said it has a similar policy. In addition, American has told its pilots that as long as a passenger not wearing a mask is being otherwise compliant and not disruptive, they should not trigger a response that would cause the captain to divert the flight. The three airlines exempt young children and people with medical conditions or disabilities from wearing masks. Passengers may remove them when eating or drinking. The pandemic has crushed demand for travel. With fewer planes in the skies, some flights are nearly packed. But while the major U.S. carriers require face coverings, the Federal Aviation Administration has declined to implement the requirement. Several airline unions have called for a federal mandate on measures that include masks, social distancing and cleaning.
Airlines' improved cash flow and cost-control measures helped them with enough capital to tide over the crisis, and now with improved traffic, things are certainly looking up for airliners.
JetBlue Airways on Thursday defended itself against accusations from a group of Democratic senators who called out the air carrier out for cutting wages and hours.
The summer travel season is a big revenue generator for U.S. airlines but the coronavirus threatens the carriers and risk assessment firm RapidRatings warns American Airlines is the most at risk of going bankrupt.
Airline stocks were getting a second wind in early afternoon trading Wednesday, with shares of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) leading the charge with a 4.1% gain as of 12:15 p.m. EDT today. Credit for the surge must go to Delta. Speaking on Fox Business this morning, Delta CEO Edward Bastian predicted that after months of flight reductions, Delta will probably execute a turn in the near future and begin slowly increasing capacity again in June and July.
After a 95% drop in April gross bookings, United Airlines (UAL) witnesses a moderate rise in demand for the remainder of the second quarter of 2020.
Economies are finally reopening and flyers are getting back confidence with slower ticket cancellations and an uptick in demand for tickets.
Ryanair's (RYAAY) revenues see year-over-year decline in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020 due to the coronavirus-led drop in air travel demand.
Investors are betting American Airlines will file for bankruptcy for the second time in a decade. The price for the Fort Worth airline’s credit default swaps has risen since February and outstripped other big US carriers. Bloomberg data show that investors think the airline’s default probability in the next five years is nearly 100 per cent.
The wearing of masks to protect against the coronavirus has become such a sensitive issue in the United States that airlines are struggling to impose the practice on defiant travelers in the enclosed environment of an airplane. Johannes Eisele, an AFP photographer, experienced the problem in person. When Eisele told the man that "I feel more comfortable if you wear it," his seatmate replied, "Keep your fear to yourself."
Coronavirus-led demand slump and depreciation of the Brazilian real weighed on Azul's (AZUL) Q1 performance. Despite adversities, passenger revenues rose in the quarter.
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 15, 2020 -- American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) President Robert Isom will present via webcast at the 2020 Wolfe Research Conference Tuesday, May.
Airlines are reportedly not forcing passengers to wear masks on planes, but this is contradictory to what the flight attendants union has asked for.
Saluting those at the epicenter of America's COVID-19 epidemic, Hyatt Hotels (NYSE: H) is partnering with American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) to provide more than 4,000 doctors, nurses, and others from NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst with free round trips redeemable later in the year. Every worker at the healthcare facility is included in the specially arranged package. The trips will involve round-trip American Airlines flights to and from select destinations in both the United States and the Caribbean islands.
United Airlines Holdings (UAL) was downgraded on Monday to a Hold rating from Buy by Argus Research based on a “deteriorating outlook” for the airline amid the COVID-19 pandemic and other challenges.
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Hilton's CFO Kevin Jacobs weighs in on the outlook for hotels struggling from the COVID-19 pandemic.
By selling all of Berkshire Hathaway's airline stocks at a loss, the Oracle of Omaha highlighted the importance of avoiding certain stocks no matter how cheap they might get.