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JetBlue (JBLU) and Alaska Air (ALK) offer the best combination of low pricing and an enjoyable flying experience.
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Alaska Airlines and Virgin America say they will keep talking merger with DOJ after a Monday deadline; source says deal will not be blocked.
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Two of the most-watched mergers undergoing antitrust scrutiny are close to clearance.
Regulators may question whether Alaska needs 257 codeshares with American after a Virgin America merger, but JP Morgan still estimates the chance for approval to be 75%.
Regulatory approval for the merger between Alaska and Virgin America is widely expected, but experts anticipate that divestitures will be required.
Most U.S. airline shares have shown stock market declines this year, but expectations mounted as shares rose during the third quarter.
After a turbulent start to the year, airline stocks have been flying high lately. Here's a technical look at how to trade nine of of them right now.
Experts say mutual funds' stakes across an industry can thwart competition and that anti-trust regulators should require them to pare their holdings in that case.
One of the most compelling investment opportunities now is Alaska Air (ALK), as it gets ready to buy Richard Branson's Virgin America (VA). The merger would create an industry powerhouse.
The airlines said Monday they have agreed not to close their $4 billion deal until Oct. 17, delaying the Sept. 30 deadline for regulators to complete their review.
Investors are getting cold feet over whether Alaska's planned $4 billion purchase of Virgin America will pass regulatory muster. Expect a compromise.
Alaska Airlines, looking to become the fifth national airline if a merger with Virgin America is approved, has no plans to operate long-haul international flights.
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Zika virus fears are beating down these two intrinsically strong airline stocks. Now's the time to buy them, before these temporary anxieties subside.
Alaska Air is poised to break out of a bullish technical pattern.
Virgin America and the Transport Workers Union reach a tentative contract agreement, marking the fourth time in a week that a flight attendant union has made gains.
These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
The airline didn't report great earnings but the merger with Alaska Air will send the stock higher.
Allegiant Travel has signed a pilot contract after a four-year battle with the Teamsters and ordered 12 new Airbus A320 jets -- both seen as promising signs.
Alaska Air (ALK) is a top regional carrier, with value boosted in part by its purchase of Virgin America (VA), TheStreet’s Bob Lang and Chris Versace said.