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July 2, 2014
10:18 EDTDAL, AALCowen would use weakness to buy sell-off in Airlines
Cowen would use weakness in the Airlines from Delta's lower than expected International yields as a buying opportunity. The firm said Q2 guidance was in line and that International was driven capacity increases and higher leisure demand vs business and is only one data point.
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April 22, 2015
18:12 EDTAALAmerican Airlines transitioning CEO pay to 100% equity incentives
In a regulatory filing, American Airlines reports that on April 20, its board of directors adjusted the compensation program for CEO W. Douglas Parker to provide 100% of direct compensation in the form of equity incentives effective May 1. The company will no longer pay Parker a cash base salary, and he will not participate in the company’s annual cash incentive program. On April 20, the committee granted Parker 207,672 restricted stock units, with 54% of the RSUs tied to performance-vesting conditions and 46% of the RSUs tied to time-vesting conditions.
April 21, 2015
15:14 EDTAALAmerican Airlines volatility elevated into Q1 and outlook
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10:46 EDTAAL, DALStocks with call strike movement; AAL DAL
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April 20, 2015
10:43 EDTAALStocks with call strike movement; AAL CHK
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April 15, 2015
10:23 EDTDALDelta Air Lines to provide more details on capital deployment plan in May
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10:23 EDTDALDelta Air Lines expects fuel price per gallon to be consistent in 2H15
Expects all in fuel price to be in range of $2.00-$2.05, 75c lower than it was a year ago. The company expects fuel costs to be an "enormous tailwind" and will result in a benefit of $2.2B. This will result in increased cash flow that the company will use to pay down debt and return cash to shareholders.
10:19 EDTDALDelta Air Lines sees Q2 revenue up 2%, consensus $10.83B
Sees Q2 RASM down 2%-3%, due to currency and international surcharge prices. Expects Q2 to result in record profit due to summer revenue and lower fuel prices. Delta said demand envrionment should continue to be stable, although it is experiencing softer trends in the Middle East, Brazil, Russia, and Africa. The weak demand trends in these areas will be offset by cost reduction and fuel price declines. The company also expects to suspend service to Moscow for the winter season.
10:13 EDTDALDelta expects to generate 2015 free cash flow at $4B-$5B after investments
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09:35 EDTDALActive equity options trading on open
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07:36 EDTDALDelta Air Lines sees Q2 operating margin 16%-18%
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07:35 EDTDALDelta Air Lines reports Q1 traffic up 3.6% on 5% capacity increase
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07:33 EDTDALDelta Air Lines to reduce international capacity 3% for the winter schedule
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07:32 EDTDALDelta says strong dollar creating headwinds, contributing to lower fuel prices
07:31 EDTDALDelta Air Lines reports Q1 adjusted operating margin 8.8%
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07:31 EDTDALDelta Air Lines reports Q1 adjusted EPS 45c, consensus 44c
Reports Q1 revenue $9.39B, consensus $9.39B
April 14, 2015
15:34 EDTDALNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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13:55 EDTDALDelta Air Lines technical commentary ahead of results
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07:42 EDTDALDelta Air volatility elevated into Q1 and outlook
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07:10 EDTDALAviation Week to hold a conference
MRO Americas 2015 is being held in Miami Beach on April 14-16.
April 13, 2015
06:07 EDTDAL, AALUS airline carriers accused of hypocrisy in subsidy debate, LA Times reports
American Airlines (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL) and United Airlines (UAL) have complained that Etihad, Emirates and Qatar Airlines have an unfair advantage due to the $42B in government subsidies received over the last decade, reports the Los Angeles Times. The U.S. carriers have asked federal officials to renegotiate an Open Skies agreement, although a new congressional report says that the U.S. airline industry benefited from $155B in support from the U.S. government from 1918 to 1999. Reference Link
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