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US Airways CEO Doug Parker talks with The Street's Ted Reed about the outlook for the only unhedged airline as fuel prices rise.
It seems that demand remains strong in the airline industry, despite pockets of weakness.
February sales numbers the highest since March 2008. Can the trend continue?
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Delta says it may want to acquire American and it may want to acquire US Airways. Maybe Delta just wants to make life tougher for US Airways, whose Charlotte hub is the only competitor to Delta's Atlanta hub.
Ford, GM and Chrysler all had good years in 2011. Now they are looking to benefit from growth trends in the U.S. and around the world.
The fourth quarter is historically a time when airlines lose money, but that didn't happen in 2011. The question is: will investors notice?
The airline industry has reduced capacity so that it can make a profit even if holiday air travel is down about 1% due to the weak economy.
Ford, GM and Toyota are such far flung global companies that any problem, anywhere, can impact the stock price.
Airline report mixed results in their outlook for Q4 and holiday travel. Ted Reed reports.