|Daily Range||$5.80 - $7.15|
|52-Week Range||$0.36 - $7.15|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (0.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||6,535,324|
|Current FY EPS||$2.45|
News & Commentary
As a group, the top 10 airlines turned a profit in 2012, thanks in part to $6.1 billion in combined baggage and reservation change fees.
The five largest U.S. airlines turned in disappointing performances in April. A disturbing breakdown in capacity discipline may have been the culprit.
The recently released 2013 Airline Quality Rating survey shows that passengers were most likely to lodge an official complaint at United Airlines or American Airlines. Yet Southwest continues to keep customers happy through high-quality customer service.
Most major airlines reported disappointing (or nonexistent) unit revenue growth in March. Is this a blip on the radar screen, or a shot across the bow for airline investors?
The online travel site comes to terms with the beleaguered airline.
Do short-sellers have these stocks pegged? You be the judge!
Hawaiian Airlines' recent global expansion is diversifying its revenue base while moving the carrier into markets with less competition. This should boost the company's profit margin over the next few years. Furthermore, Hawaiian's growing footprint in Asia and Oceania could make it an intriguing acquisition target for other airlines.
Last month's performance is a good sign for United, but it's not out of the woods yet.