JBLU - JetBlue Airways Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
10.31
+0.11 (+1.08%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

10.33 +0.02 (0.19%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT

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Previous close10.20
Open10.46
Bid10.30 x 40700
Ask10.35 x 800
Day's range10.02 - 10.51
52-week range6.61 - 21.65
Volume17,557,164
Avg. volume16,156,050
Market cap2.781B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.36
PE ratio (TTM)11.62
EPS (TTM)0.89
Earnings date21 Jul 2020 - 27 Jul 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est10.42
  • Associated Press

    Insider: JetBlue CEO discusses COVID-19's impact on airlines

    Airlines are starting to see a slight rise in bookings, but air travel remains down about 90%, prompting speculation about which carriers might go under. JetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes admits he doesn’t know how quickly air travel will recover from the coronavirus outbreak, and no matter what, his will be a smaller airline. Hayes, however, is confident that all large airlines in the U.S. will survive.

  • These airlines are cutting workforce despite $25 billion bailout promise
    Yahoo Finance

    These airlines are cutting workforce despite $25 billion bailout promise

    Major U.S. airlines are cutting worker hours and encouraging employees to take voluntary leave or early retirement. 

  • U.S. senators urge Delta, JetBlue to restore employee hours
    Reuters

    U.S. senators urge Delta, JetBlue to restore employee hours

    Delta and JetBlue have already received a portion of $25 billion in CARES Act money meant to protect airline workers' jobs and pay rates until Sept. 30 as the industry weathers a severe business slump during the coronavirus crisis. Delta is set to receive $5.4 billion and JetBlue $935 million. "You should not take one penny more of bailout funds unless you are prepared to protect your workers' jobs, pay and benefits," 13 senators including Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris, all Democrats, wrote to the airlines in two letters.

  • JetBlue, Democrats spar over pay cuts: 'Literally no hours for our crew members to work'
    Yahoo Finance

    JetBlue, Democrats spar over pay cuts: 'Literally no hours for our crew members to work'

    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.

  • U.S. airlines step up safety measures in preparation for recovery
    Reuters

    U.S. airlines step up safety measures in preparation for recovery

    U.S. states are starting to reopen and airlines expect an increase in domestic travel over the extended holiday weekend for Memorial Day on Monday. While data shows only a small fraction of recent flights were more than 70% full, there may soon be full or near-full planes, said Airlines for America, a trade group representing major U.S. airlines. Major airlines have mandated face coverings for travelers and are taking a layered approach to safety.

  • Risk firm: 'American is most at risk' of coronavirus default among US airlines
    Yahoo Finance

    Risk firm: 'American is most at risk' of coronavirus default among US airlines

    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.

  • JetBlue Continues Commitment to Blocking Middle Seats in New ‘Safety from the Ground Up’ Program
    Business Wire

    JetBlue Continues Commitment to Blocking Middle Seats in New ‘Safety from the Ground Up’ Program

    JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU) today announced it will extend through the July 4 holiday its commitment to seat distancing by blocking middle seats in rows where parties are not traveling together. The policy, part of the airline’s multi-layered "Safety from the Ground Up" program, comes as the airline is also set to roll out temperature monitoring for its flight and inflight crewmembers and electrostatic aircraft fogging in June.

  • Airline Stock Roundup: RYAAY, AZUL Post Q1 Loss, DAL, ALGT in Focus
    Zacks

    Airline Stock Roundup: RYAAY, AZUL Post Q1 Loss, DAL, ALGT in Focus

    The likes of Ryanair (RYAAY) and Azul (AZUL) incur coronavirus-induced losses in Q1.

  • Is It Safe to Buy Airline Stocks Right Now?
    Motley Fool

    Is It Safe to Buy Airline Stocks Right Now?

    Airlines have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, sending stocks crashing down and causing Warren Buffett to run for the emergency exits. During a May 12 television interview, CEO David Calhoun said a "major U.S. carrier" will "most likely" go out of business this year, predicting an extended decline in travel.

  • US government unlikely to take stakes in hotels coming out of COVID-19 pandemic: Hilton CFO
    Yahoo Finance

    US government unlikely to take stakes in hotels coming out of COVID-19 pandemic: Hilton CFO

    Hilton's CFO Kevin Jacobs weighs in on the outlook for hotels struggling from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Why Airline Shares Are Up Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Airline Shares Are Up Today

    What happened Has sentiment finally turned in favor of airline stocks? The sector enjoyed another day in the green on Friday, buoyed by improving optimism as states begin to reopen. And carriers got through earnings reporting season without any major disasters.

  • JetBlue Airways Corp (JBLU) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Airways Corp (JBLU) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    JBLU earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.

  • Jobless Claims on Downward Slope to 3.169M Last Week
    Zacks

    Jobless Claims on Downward Slope to 3.169M Last Week

    New initial claims registered 3.169 million, above the 3.10 million expected by analysts but beneath the previous week's 3.84 million.

  • JetBlue Calls a Bottom on Travel Demand
    Motley Fool

    JetBlue Calls a Bottom on Travel Demand

    JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) on Thursday morning joined a parade of airlines reporting first quarter losses and warning the second quarter will be even worse. The Motley Fool recommends JetBlue Airways.

  • JetBlue posts quarterly loss, scales back Airbus orders
    Reuters

    JetBlue posts quarterly loss, scales back Airbus orders

    Under a delivery schedule set on May 7, JetBlue said it now plans to receive a total of 40 Airbus SE <AIR.PA> jets through 2022, down from 61 that filings show it had contracted over that time period as of last year. JetBlue shares rose 4.9 percent. Since cases of the novel coronavirus began accelerating in March, U.S air travel demand has sunk by about 95%, forcing airlines to shift their focus from growth plans to parking planes and minimizing their daily cash burn.

  • Business Wire

    JetBlue Announces First Quarter 2020 Results

    JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ: JBLU) today reported its results for the first quarter 2020:

  • JetBlue to Honor 100,000 Healthcare Workers with Pairs of Roundtrip Flight Certificates
    Business Wire

    JetBlue to Honor 100,000 Healthcare Workers with Pairs of Roundtrip Flight Certificates

    JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU) today launched JetBlue Healthcare Hero, which will honor 100,000 healthcare workers with roundtrip flight certificates for two to anywhere JetBlue flies.

  • Why Airline Shares Are Falling Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Airline Shares Are Falling Today

    Airline shares are under pressure again on Monday after Warren Buffett over the weekend announced that Berkshire Hathaway has dumped its sizable positions in Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV), American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL), and United Airlines Holdings (NASDAQ: UAL), walking away from the industry completely. Shares of Delta, American, and United all opened down more than 14%, while Southwest was off 9.3%.

  • Will JetBlue (JBLU) Beat Estimates Again in Its Next Earnings Report?
    Zacks

    Will JetBlue (JBLU) Beat Estimates Again in Its Next Earnings Report?

    JetBlue (JBLU) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.

  • 3 Left-for-Dead Stocks That Can Spring Back to Life in May
    Motley Fool

    3 Left-for-Dead Stocks That Can Spring Back to Life in May

    No one seems to be buying airlines, cruise stocks, and movie theater chains these days, but there are bright spots even in the darkest industries.

  • Warren Buffett is right — why maybe you should sell a bunch of your stocks too
    Yahoo Finance

    Warren Buffett is right — why maybe you should sell a bunch of your stocks too

    Maybe Warren Buffett was right to dump a bunch of stock in April.

  • Major U.S. Airlines Add Requirement for Passenger Face Masks
    Motley Fool

    Major U.S. Airlines Add Requirement for Passenger Face Masks

    JetBlue announced requirement earlier this week; now others are joining in.

  • JetBlue (JBLU) to Post Q1 Earnings: What's in the Offing?
    Zacks

    JetBlue (JBLU) to Post Q1 Earnings: What's in the Offing?

    Escalating operating expenses and COVID-19 led decline in travel demand are likely to get reflected on JetBlue (JBLU) first-quarter 2020 results

  • Major US airlines to require passengers to wear face masks
    Associated Press

    Major US airlines to require passengers to wear face masks

    American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines said Thursday they will soon require passengers to cover their faces during flights, following the lead of JetBlue Airways. Most flights are nearly empty these days — air travel is down 95% from a year ago, and the average domestic flight has 17 passengers, according to industry figures. In some cases, airlines created the crowds by canceling other flights and packing passengers onto fewer planes.

  • Why Airline Shares Are Soaring Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Airline Shares Are Soaring Today

    What happened Many airline stocks have lost more than half of their value this year, as the COVID-19 pandemic has caused global air travel demand to evaporate and left carriers scrambling to cut costs to survive.