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July 30, 2014
07:21 EDTUAL, ALK, JBLUJetBlue price target raised to $13.50 from $10 at JPMorgan
JPMorgan raised its price target for JetBlue (JBLU) shares to $13.50 saying a CEO transition in early 2015 seems highly probable, which it feels could lead to a more returns-oriented business model. The firm reiterates an Overweight rating on the stock. JPMorgan also downgraded shares of Alaska Air (ALK) this morning to Neutral and upgraded shares of United Continental (UAL) to Overweight.
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February 11, 2016
06:11 EDTJBLUJetBlue announces launch of JetBlue Technology Ventures
JetBlue announced the launch of JetBlue Technology Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary that will invest in, incubate and partner with early stage startups at the intersection of technology, travel and hospitality. As the first corporate venture capital subsidiary in Silicon Valley backed by a U.S. airline, JetBlue Technology Ventures will operate from the GSVlabs campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. By partnering with incubators, venture capital firms, universities and other organizations inside and outside Silicon Valley, JetBlue Technology Ventures will build relationships with a range of startups across the travel and hospitality spectrum. The initiative will serve as a launch pad for innovations that improve customer and crewmember experiences, increase the airline's operational efficiency and expand the JetBlue brand to new markets. Bonny Simi will serve as president of the subsidiary, reporting to Eash Sundaram, executive vice president and chief information officer of JetBlue.
February 10, 2016
06:38 EDTJBLUJetBlue reports January traffic up 11.7% year-over-year
JetBlue reported preliminary traffic for January increased 11.7% from January 2015, on a capacity increase of 10.8%. Load factor for January 2016 was 82.6%, up 0.7 points from January 2015. JetBlue's preliminary completion factor was 96.1% and its on-time performance was 69.4%. JetBlue's preliminary RASM for the month of January decreased approximately 3.5% year over year, which includes a positive impact of about two points from winter storm Jonas. JetBlue now expects year over year available seat mile growth in Q1 of 13%-15%, down from prior guidance of 14%-165 due to winter storms.
February 9, 2016
10:17 EDTJBLUActive puts: IWM PSX SPY JBLU
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07:16 EDTUALStifel to hold a conference
Transportation and Logistics Conference is being held in Key Biscayne, Florida on February 9-10.
February 8, 2016
18:44 EDTALKAlaska selects Embraer in potential order for 60 jets, WSJ says
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16:50 EDTUALUnited Continental January consolidated traffic up 0.1%
UAL's January 2016 consolidated traffic, revenue passenger miles, increased 0.1 percent and consolidated capacity, available seat miles, decreased 0.1 percent versus January 2015. UAL's January 2016 consolidated load factor increased 0.2 points compared to January 2015. The company continues to expect first-quarter 2016 consolidated passenger unit revenue to decline 6 to 8 percent compared to the first quarter of 2015, with the decline driven largely by a strong U.S. dollar, lower surcharges, travel reductions from customers impacted by declining oil prices and softening domestic and international yields.
February 2, 2016
08:04 EDTALKAlaska Air reports January traffic up 10.4%, capacity up 12.4%
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07:33 EDTUALExecutives' Club of Chicago to hold a forum
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January 31, 2016
18:30 EDTUALUnited holding special training sessions for all 12,000 pilots, Bloomberg says
United Continental is conducting day-long training sessions for its 12,000 pilots to boost safety ahead of a generational crew turnover, Bloomberg reported Saturday, citing spokesperson statements. Though United previously sent a letter to its pilots reprimanding them for several "near misses," the United spokesperson denied any connection between the new training and previous safety events. Reference Link

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