|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's range||52.42 - 53.99|
|52-week range||44.59 - 60.79|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.62|
|Earnings date||11 Jul 2018 - 16 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.22 (2.22%)|
|1y target est||70.53|
Delta Air Lines says it's no longer allowing passengers to fly with "pit bull type" dogs as service or support animals, a policy that's being met with criticism by groups that train service dogs and the people who use them. Delta will also limit travelers to a single emotional support animal per flight. "It's a bit nuts because Delta is actually my preferred airline to fly with my service dog," said Fiona Gilbert of the San Francisco area, who said she flew about 300,000 miles with Delta in the past year with her pit bull-type dog, Koda.
Stifel's Joseph DeNardi takes a look at where airlines make their money (geographically speaking, not fees for things like checked bags that used to be free), writing that United Continental Holdings (UAL) has been feeling the brunt of lower margins in the Asia Pacific region. Using revenue and expenses reported by geographical region to the Department of Transportation, DeNardi writes that although both domestic and international margins contracted for the Big 3 airlines--American Airlines Group (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), and United--last year on higher fuel costs, domestic profitability held up better than international. Without a standard for how companies allocate costs between regions, comparing regional margins can be "tricky," but his estimates that the lower profitability internationally was due largely to "significant challenges on the Pacific." Given that in 2017, the Pacific network accounted for about 12% of United's traffic--compared with 7% for Delta and 4% for American--the airline has been most impacted by these lower margins for the region, DeNardi writes.
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With profitability under pressure and its merger-integration process drawing to a close, American Airlines has decided to eliminate some unnecessary management positions.
When Delta Air Lines Inc. this year promoted its chief information officer, Rahul Samant, to executive vice president, reporting directly to chief executive Ed Bastian, it cited the growing importance of IT and digital technologies in keeping the airline competitive. The move, and similar ones in recent years at a growing number of firms, reflects the expanding role of CIOs in companies across a broad range of industries, as cloud computing, data and digital capabilities, like artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, increasingly drive business strategies.
Since the beginning of 2017, 18 analysts have been actively tracking Delta Air Lines (DAL). All of the analysts have a “buy” rating on the stock. None of the analysts recommend a “hold” or a “sell.”
British airline Virgin Atlantic is picking an insider to become the next CEO after Craig Kreeger retires. Virgin Atlantic said Thursday that chief commercial officer Shai Weiss will take over Jan. 1. Weiss, ...
Considering the data in the past five years, Delta Air Lines (DAL) has been generating a strong FCF (free cash flow). Delta Air Lines’ five-year average FCF is $3.08 billion. In the first quarter, Delta Air Lines’ FCF was $173 million. During the quarter, the company invested $1.2 billion to buy aircraft and make improvements. Delta Air Lines is expected to continue generating strong FCF for the remaining quarters. However, the increased operating cost due to higher oil prices could limit Delta Air Lines’ FCF.
Delta Air Lines’ (DAL) debt has shown a declining trend since 2013. After four years, Delta Air Lines’ debt broke the trend. Delta Air Lines’ debt increased after falling for three consecutive years. Delta Air Lines’ debt fell from $11.33 billion in 2013 to $7.33 billion at the end of 2016. The debt rose to $8.83 billion by the end of 2017 and fell marginally to $8.65 billion at the end of the first quarter.
As of June 20, Delta Air Lines (DAL) stock has fallen 3.9% this year. The stock has underperformed the S&P 500 (SPY), which has gained 3.5%. JetBlue Airways (JBLU), American Airlines (AAL), and Southwest Airlines (LUV) have also underperformed the index. They have fallen 14.9%, 19.2%, and 21.5%, respectively. Delta Air Lines has managed to outperform its peers.
Virgin said Mr Weiss, who has been at the company since 2012, became chief financial officer in 2014 and was appointed chief commercial officer last year, will take up the role from January 2019. As part of Velocity, the group has agreed a joint venture with Delta Air Lines and Air France-KLM to offer customers the best possible prices and convenient flight times and allow passengers to redeem airmiles across all carriers.
Raymond James's Savanthi Syth takes a look at how higher fuel prices and the stronger dollar is affecting airlines. For the U.S. domestic market, she's less constructive than she was at the start of the year, due to a slower recovery in fares and concerns that legacy airlines still haven't quite gotten the math right when it comes to capacity. While she's seen some signs of improving pricing, she warns that legacy airlines haven't signaled if they will moderate growth, and United Continental Holdings' (UAL) aggressive growth strategy is a "multi-year overhang" for the group.
Several U.S. airlines on Wednesday asked the U.S. government not to use their planes to transport migrant children.
Delta Private Jets announced today that it is expanding its maintenance, repair, and overhaul capabilities by opening a new location at Sheltair Aviation on the grounds of the Ft.
American Airlines subsidiary PSA Airlines has canceled more than 1,000 regional flights since last Thursday, after a hardware issue took its crew scheduling system offline.
American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, is planning to cut jobs and offer buyouts to reduce its headcount.
The deal between Delta Air Lines (DAL) and Korean Air is slowly spreading its wings. The joint venture has given DAL customers access to 80 destinations through Korean Air services and the Seoul-Incheon’s new terminal two.
Delta Air Lines recently created a special flight to help a group of Belgian tourists reach their South Dakota vacation after experiencing travel delays. The tourists boarded a flight from Amsterdam on May 31 as part of a reward trip for coffee roasters using creamer by Dutch dairy cooperative FrieslandCampina. The delays forced the tourists to miss their flight to Rapid City, South Dakota, said Patrick Spiessens, a cooperative representative.
Airlines have long allowed passengers to add on amenities like extra legroom or Wi-Fi, but they are also making it easier to book flights based on the aircraft type.
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