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July 24, 2014
13:55 EDTERJ, AALAmerican Airlines sees both Q3, Q4 CASM up 1%-3%
American Airlines (AAL) plans to retire 24 Embraer (ERJ) E140s by the end of this year. Says reduced international capacity plans for FY14. Says international capacity expected to be up 5%, which is down 1% from previous guidance. Sees FY14 international mainline capacity up 2.5%. Says sees regional capacity seen to be up 1% for the year. Sees mainline domestic capacity up 1% in FY14. Sees FY14 CASM up 2%-4% year over year. Sees 10.5%-12.5% pretax margin for FY14. Says FY15 CASM will grow less than inflation and be in the range of up 1% to down 1%.Says still feels "quite good" about global demand environment. Comments made during the company's Q2 earnings conference call.
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April 16, 2015
09:00 EDTERJEmbraer delivers 20 commercial and 12 executive jets in Q1
Embraer delivered 20 jets to the commercial aviation market and 12 to the business aviation market during Q1, for a total of 32 aircraft. On March 31, the firm order backlog totaled $20.4B. During Q1, Embraer announced a firm order for 15 E175s and two E190s from KLM Cityhopper, KLM's regional subsidiary. The contract for the 17 E-Jets also includes an option for 17 additional E-Jets for KLM Cityhopper or Air France regional subsidiary HOP! The firm order has an estimated value of $764M based on Embraer's current list prices. The transaction could reach $1.5B if all options are exercised. Embraer and Republic Airways Holdings also signed an order for five new E175 jets in Q1 with an estimated value of $222M.
April 14, 2015
14:49 EDTERJEmbraer, Saab form partnership for management of Brazil's F-X2 Project
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14:33 EDTERJEmbraer, Saab enter partnership for Brazil's F-X2 project, Bloomberg says
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07:10 EDTERJAviation Week to hold a conference
MRO Americas 2015 is being held in Miami Beach on April 14-16.
April 13, 2015
06:07 EDTAALUS 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
April 10, 2015
08:13 EDTAALAmerican Airlines says to take delivery of 75 mainline aircraft in 2015
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08:10 EDTAALAmerican Airlines sees 2015 total system capacity up approx. 2% vs. 2014
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08:02 EDTAALAmerican Airlines sees Q1 PRASM to be down 1%-3%
The company expects Q1 consolidated passenger revenue per available seat mile to be down approximately 1%-3%. The recent strengthening of the dollar resulted in higher than anticipated foreign exchange losses. As a result, the company now expects Q1 pretax margin excluding special charges to be approximately 12%-13%, down from its previous guidance of 12%-14%.
08:01 EDTAALAmerican Airlines reports March total RPMs down 0.6% to 18.4B
American Airlines reports total revenue passenger miles for the month were 18.4B, down 0.6% versus March 2014. Total capacity was 22.4B available seat miles, down 0.9% versus March 2014. Total passenger load factor was 82.1% for the month of March, up 0.3 percentage points versus March 2014.
April 9, 2015
11:15 EDTAALStocks with call strike movement; AAL AMAT
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April 8, 2015
10:01 EDTAALAmerican Airlines receives single operating certificate from FAA
American Airlines has received a single operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration for American and US Airways, marking a major milestone in the integration of the two airlines. The FAA's approval for American and US Airways to operate under one certificate is the culmination of more than 18 months of work aligning the carriers' operating policies and procedures. Beginning today, most flight operations, maintenance and dispatch procedures will be identical for all flights. Air traffic control communications will refer to all American and US Airways flights with the call sign "American."
April 6, 2015
17:29 EDTERJEmbraer in negotiations with 10 countries for KC-390 plane, The Nikkei says
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