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United's second quarter had it all -- delayed flights, missed estimates, extra costs and poor comparisons.
Hawaiian Holdings (Nasdaq:HA) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a hold to buy.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, sees good upside in Schlumberger and has decided to exit Ensco to build a position in this stock.
Spirit shares have risen 44% this year, second highest among major airlines.
Spring break doesn't spill its beer bongs on the flowers in British Columbia or the fairways in Aruba.
Investors should disembark from the sector as rising fuel costs continue to weigh on bottom lines.
A report Jan. 3 analyzes the airlines and found select stocks that merit attention.
Cities with conventions, championships or even a sound economic outlook in 2012 have reason to cheer.
As we wind down during the holidays, it is time to look for hot ideas to buy for 2012.
These hot ideas for 2012 include a couple of airlines, as well as a pair of financials names.
According to one respected research survey, there seem to be a lot of names languishing below $10, even while their fundamentals improve.
Hawaiian Airlines says it will begin Kennedy-Honolulu service in June.
Tuesday's after-hours session was a busy one after a plethora of tech heavyweights reported their quarterly numbers.
Karen Finerman said today's selloff brought an abrupt halt to a strong rally.
Hawaiian Holdings Inc was a leading decliner within the transportation industry, falling 10 cents (-2.5%) to $4.15 on average volume.
Delta, US Airways and United Continental have all enjoyed double-digit share price increases this week.
Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley tells TheStreet that flights to Asia will increase as the airlines takes five new A330s in the coming months.
Hawaiian Holdings (Nasdaq:HA) hit a new 52-week low Tuesday as it is currently trading at $3.70, below its previous 52-week low of $3.82 with 86,426 shares traded as of 10:31 a.m. ET. Average volume has been 616,200 shares over the past 30 days.
Hawaiian Holdings (Nasdaq:HA) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from from a buy to hold.
Southwest said it will buy back up to $500 million worth of stock, as shares fell back to 2009 levels on reduced unit revenue and estimates.
Cities with low unemployment, affordable housing, lots of nearby amenities and great schools still exist.
Innovaro (NYSE Amex:INV), a comprehensive innovation solution company, and The wRatings Corporation, an independent stock research firm, today announced the results of their quarterly Strategos/wRatings Innovation ...
Guests include Andrew Feltus, portfolio manager for the Pioneer High Yield Fund, Harvey Neiman, portfolio manager for the Neiman Large Cap Value Fund and Dan Dicker, author of "Oil's Endless Bid"
American, which is considering a Miami-Tokyo route, will serve both Tokyo airports from New York.
As the weather begins to warm up, investors should look into airline stocks, says Helane Becker, analyst at Dahlman Rose.
JetBlue, United are getting nods from analysts after airlines report $2.5 billion in third quarter profits.
Hawaiian says it will expand in Asia and buy back stock, hoping to stem the year's 34% decline.
The Transportation department awarded Tokyo Haneda routes to American, Delta and Hawaiian.
Copa Holdings and Hawaiian Holdings offer cheap shares and growing businesses.
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