2 Solid Airline Stocks to Buy
Allegiant Travel and Spirit Airlines are two of the best stocks to buy in the airline sector. They have the lowest costs in the business and have therefore been consistently profitable. Moreover, both have plenty of room for growth.
Southwest Passes the Leadership Torch to Delta
Southwest has long been known as a leader within the airline industry in terms of financial best practices. However, Delta seems to be assuming that role through thinking outside of the box.
Another Airline Adds a Carry-On Fee (With a Twist)
Frontier Airlines recently became the third U.S. airline to charge a fee for carry-on bags. However, Frontier's real goal has nothing to do with bags: The company wants you to book tickets on its own website, not through online travel agencies.
Skies Clearing for Hawaiian Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines has seen its profitability pressured for the last two quarters due to heavy competition in the West Coast-Hawaii travel market and Japan's weak yen. However, these headwinds will be mitigated in the next several quarters, making the company an attractive investment opportunity.
Is This Outlandish Airline Fee a Game-Changer?
The majority of travelers are going to have a hard time avoiding this fee if it continues to gain in popularity among airlines.
Another Airline Adopting Expensive Add-on Fees
Republic's Frontier Air will soon be charging up to $100 for use of the overhead bin.
Alaska Air Flies Higher Than the Rest
The West Coast airline continues to expand routes and recently hit record first-quarter earnings. All the while, it is still trading cheaper than some peers. Are you ready to invest?
CAPScall of the Week: Spirit Airlines
Does a low-cost strategy translate into big profits or will national carriers eat Spirit for lunch?