American Airlines Group Inc (AAL)

48.74
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 48.02
Day Low/High 47.73 / 48.82
52 Wk Low/High 24.85 / 50.64
Avg Volume 6.96M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 492.59M
Market Cap 23.65B
EPS 4.80
P/E Ratio 11.63
Div & Yield 0.40 (0.80%)

Latest News

Passengers May Be Anxious but Summer Airline Ticket Sales Are Booming

Passengers May Be Anxious but Summer Airline Ticket Sales Are Booming

Despite stresses related to laptop bans, irate passengers and potentially long airport lines, summer air travel -- which begins Friday -- will reach an all-time high.

U.S.-Bound Tourism Slumping, Foursquare Says, Amid Trump Travel Bans and Airline Security Measures

U.S.-Bound Tourism Slumping, Foursquare Says, Amid Trump Travel Bans and Airline Security Measures

U.S. tourism has slowed considerably since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, according to Foursquare, as airline industry lobbyists grow increasingly concerned over security measures on trans-Atlantic flights.

Amazon Prime Air Pilots Picket for Higher Wages

Amazon Prime Air Pilots Picket for Higher Wages

The pilots employed by Amazon's air cargo providers say their pay is significantly below industry standards.

How American CEO Doug Parker Wants to Change the Airline Industry by Working With Labor

How American CEO Doug Parker Wants to Change the Airline Industry by Working With Labor

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker defied history when he awarded pilots and flight attendants an unnegotiated $830 million raise. He is being called 'a servant leader.'

Asia's Flagship Carriers Leak Red Ink

Asia's Flagship Carriers Leak Red Ink

The woes of Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines, which both recently posted losses, underline how hard it is to make money out of flights from Asia right now.

Bev Goulet To Retire From American Airlines

Kenji Hashimoto to assume expanded role as Senior Vice President of Finance & Corporate Development

American Airlines Honors Retiring Charlotte Executive, Who Says CEO Parker Had to Earn Her Trust

American Airlines Honors Retiring Charlotte Executive, Who Says CEO Parker Had to Earn Her Trust

American Airlines honors Terri Pope, its top Charlotte executive, who will retire in June, donating $340,000 to Charlotte charities. Pope called American CEO Doug Parker 'a servant leader.'

Buffett Cashes Out of Embattled 21st Century Fox

Buffett Cashes Out of Embattled 21st Century Fox

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold off its stake in Fox parent company 21st Century Fox during the first quarter of the year.

Warren Buffett Dumps 21st Century Fox

Warren Buffett Dumps 21st Century Fox

Buffett Dumps 21st Century Fox

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Tuesday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Tuesday

U.S. stock futures point to a mostly flat open on Tuesday following all-time closing highs in the previous session for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.

American Airlines Flight Attendants Bash Citi Analyst Who Put Shareholders Before Workers

American Airlines Flight Attendants Bash Citi Analyst Who Put Shareholders Before Workers

American Airlines flight attendants are blasting a Citi analyst who objected to the airlines' decision to give flight attendants and pilots a $930 million raise.

LaGuardia, Newark, JFK Were All Winners as Airports Moved Past Recession, Fitch Says

LaGuardia, Newark, JFK Were All Winners as Airports Moved Past Recession, Fitch Says

LaGuardia, Newark and Kennedy Airports all have been leaders as global airport traffic outpaced global economies during a recession-troubled decade, according to a new Fitch study.

Wake Up Wall Street: Oil Prices Extend Gains

Wake Up Wall Street: Oil Prices Extend Gains

Here's what you need to know before the bell.

Trump Administration Expected to Extend Airplane Laptop Ban

Trump Administration Expected to Extend Airplane Laptop Ban

British Airways-owner International Consolidated Airlines Group and Air France-KLM traded lower Thursday after reports the Trump administration will likely expand the laptop to include some European countries.

European Airlines Hit by Possible Expansion of Laptop Ban

European Airlines Hit by Possible Expansion of Laptop Ban

British Airways-owner and Air France-KLM dropped in Thursday morning trading after reports the Trump administration will likely expand the laptop to include some European countries.

American and United Shares Gain as Analysts Boost Outlooks and Survey Shows Happier Passengers

American and United Shares Gain as Analysts Boost Outlooks and Survey Shows Happier Passengers

American and United shares are gaining as two analysts raise American's estimates, one calls United his top pick and a J.D. Power survey says passengers are increasingly satisfied.

Friendly Skies Lift United to 52-week High, American Adds Gains Too

Friendly Skies Lift United to 52-week High, American Adds Gains Too

United hits 52-week high, has more than doubled off their previous intra-day low set in June 2016. American's shares rose too and both are among the day's biggest gainers.

American and United Shares Rise on Second-Quarter Unit Revenue Gains

American and United Shares Rise on Second-Quarter Unit Revenue Gains

American and United shares rise Tuesday after both carriers report positive unit revenue trends.

United Airlines Posts Record Low Cancellations in April, One Month out From Dao Debacle

United Airlines Posts Record Low Cancellations in April, One Month out From Dao Debacle

United Airlines parents' shares were indicated higher Tuesday after solid April performance figures amid signs the fallout from its shambolic handling of a passenger dispute is beginning to fade.

Flight Attendants 'Put in the Crosshairs' This Summer - American's Stroller Incident Was a Prelude

Flight Attendants 'Put in the Crosshairs' This Summer - American's Stroller Incident Was a Prelude

Incidents at American and United Airlines have underscored tense conditions for airline industry passengers -- and for the airlines' flight attendants.

United Gets a Slap on the Wrist From Congress - What Does It Really Mean?

United Gets a Slap on the Wrist From Congress - What Does It Really Mean?

United Airlines executives heard both outrage and support from a congressional committee that explored the forced removal of a recalcitrant passenger from a flight in April.