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April 4, 2014
06:43 EDTDAL, BA, EADSYDelta looking for offers from Boeing, Airbus for new jets, WSJ reports
Delta Air Lines (DAL) is looking to buying up to 50 widebody jetliners to replace its long-haul aircraft, reports the Wall Street Journal. Delta may be seeking offers from Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSY) for the jets that would sit between 250 and 380 passengers. Reference Link
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October 15, 2014
15:05 EDTDALDelta Air Lines October 32 straddle priced for 7% move into Q3
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14:54 EDTDALDelta Air Lines technical comments ahead of results
The shares have broadly underperformed in the last three months, trading down over 15%. The downtrend began at the start of September, with price declining from $40.97 to a low at $30.12 which was hit yesterday. Trading of late has been notably volatile. If the news is better than expected, a first important upside objective would be at $33.50, the high of today's session. A move to $33.50 to $34 would have the effect of stopping the near-waterfall in price. To turn the shares bullish would take a move above $36.95, a pivot high on a closing basis from earlier in the month. On a long-term chart, the trend would shift to neutral from bearish if that high were reached. If the news or outlook contain further negative surprises, the first downside would be the low of today's session at $30.43. A move to that level or lower would confirm the current downtrend. Additional support levels to watch as potential downside objectives on an increasing scale of bad news would be at $28.78, $27.46, and $25.61.
12:46 EDTDALAirline stocks down following report that second ebola patient traveled on plane
The CDC announced earlier that a second health care worker who has been diagnosed with the Ebola virus traveled by air on October 13, a day before she reported symptoms. The CDC is reaching out to passengers who flew on Frontier Airlines flight 1143 Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth due to the proximity in time between the evening flight and first report of illness the following morning. Publicly traded companies in the space are trading lower following the report, including American Airlines (AAL) down 3.65% to $30.35, Delta Air Lines (DAL) down 4.39% to $31.37, JetBlue (JBLU) down 2.69% to $9.95, Southwest (LUV) down 2.5% to $29.24, and United Continental (UAL) down 5.5% to $40.66. Reference Link
06:39 EDTEADSYAirbus gains safety approval for A350 prolonged routes, Reuters says
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06:33 EDTEADSYIndiGo signs MOU for 250 Airbus A320neo aircraft
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October 14, 2014
11:49 EDTDALStocks with call strike movement; TWTR DAL
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08:32 EDTDALDelta Air Lines volatility increases into Q3 and revenue growth concerns
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October 13, 2014
15:12 EDTDALDelta Air Lines volatility increases as shares trend lower
Delta Air Lines October call option implied volatility is at 94, November is at 68, December is at 51; compared to its 26-week average of 38 according to Track Data, suggesting large near term price movement.
14:29 EDTBABoeing begins production on first 737 MAX parts
Boeing has started production of the first 737 MAX fuselage stringers at Boeing Fabrication Integrated AeroStructures in Auburn, Wash. Stringers run the length of the fuselage structure giving it stability and strength. After forming, Boeing will send the stringers to Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita, Kan. for incorporation into the first 737 MAX fuselage. From there the fuselage will be shipped to Boeing's Renton, Wash. facility where Boeing employees will build the 737 MAX. The program is on track to begin final assembly of the first 737 MAX in 2015. The airplane will be part of the flight test fleet and is scheduled to fly in 2016. The 737 MAX incorporates the latest technology CFM International LEAP-1B engines, Advanced Technology winglets and other improvements to deliver the highest efficiency, reliability and passenger comfort in the single-aisle market. The 737 MAX will be 14% more fuel-efficient than today's most efficient Next-Generation 737s and 20% better than the original Next-Generation 737s when they first entered service.
11:20 EDTDALStocks with call strike movement; FSLR DAL
First Solar (FSLR) January 65 call option implied volatility increased 4% to 54, Delta Air Lines (DAL) January 36 call option implied volatility increased 8% to 47 according to IVolatility.
10:17 EDTBAEbola related weakness in aerospace stocks seen as buying opportunity
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07:26 EDTBACommercial aerospace stocks should be bought on any weakness, says Wells Fargo
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October 12, 2014
19:41 EDTBABoeing and Garuda Indonesia announce $4.9B order
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October 10, 2014
18:51 EDTBADOJ orders Boeing to pay $23M to resolve False Claims Act allegations
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15:42 EDTDALPlane held on Las Vegas tarmac over Ebola scare, Reuters reports
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11:59 EDTEADSYAirbus says not enough demand to up plane manufacturing, Reuters says
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11:12 EDTEADSYAirbus, CAS sign GTA for 70 A320 aircrafts
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October 9, 2014
13:56 EDTBAObama calls on Congress to lift defense spending cuts, Politico says
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12:38 EDTDALAirplane cleaners initiate demonstration over Ebola concerns, WSJ says
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06:22 EDTBA, EADSYCFM launches next phase of testing for LEAP engine
CFM International's LEAP engine took the skies for the first time on October 6 on a modified 747 flying testbed at GE Aviation Flight Test Operations in Victorville, California, launching the next phase of testing for the advanced engine program. The engine behaved well and completed multiple aeromechnical test points at various altitudes during the nearly three-hour first flight. Over the next several weeks, the engine will complete a comprehensive test schedule that will gauge engine operability, stall margin, performance, and acoustics. The LEAP-1A/-1C variants are on track for engine certification in 2015. The total program, which encompasses all three LEAP engine variants, includes 28 ground and CFM flight test engines, along with a total of 32 flight test engines for Airbus (EADSY), Boeing (BA), and COMAC. Although all three LEAP engine variants will fly on the modified testbed, the configuration currently being tested is a fully integrated propulsion system. CFM is a joint venture between GE (GE) and France's Safran. Reference Link
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