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May 21, 2014
11:07 EDTUAL, PCLN, OWW, EXPE, GOOG, JBLU, DAL, AAL, LUVRule would force airlines to disclose more fee information, The Hill says
The Transportation Department today proposed a rule that would force airlines to disclose more information about their baggage fees on online airfare search tools like Priceline Group's (PCLN) Kayak and Google (GOOG), according to The Hill. Under the rule, all baggage fees would have to be disclosed before tickets are purchased, the website stated. Additionally, the rule would subject Internet flight tools to new regulations, The Hill stated. Publicly traded airlines include American Airlines (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), JetBlue (JBLU), Southwest (LUV) and United Continental (UAL). Publicly traded online travel agencies include Princeline Group, Orbitz Worldwide (OWW), and Expedia (EXPE). Reference Link
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October 9, 2014
07:51 EDTUALUnited Continental lowers Q3 capex view to $470M-$490M, maintains FY view
United Continental expects between $470M-$490M of gross capital expenditures in Q3, which is below previous guidance. The difference versus prior guidance is primarily attributable to certain capital expenditures having shifted from Q3 to Q4. There is no impact to full-year 2014 capital expenditure guidance, the company said.
07:49 EDTUALUnited Continental reports Q3 PRASM up 3.5%-4%
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07:24 EDTUALUnited Continental added to U.S. Focus List at Credit Suisse
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06:29 EDTGOOGIDC: Worldwide PC shipments down 1.7% in Q3, DigiTimes reports
Worldwide PC shipments are down 1.7% with 78.5M units shipped in Q3, reports DigiTimes, citing the IDC. Shipments in the US grew 4.3% to 17.3M, with growth centered from strong momentum in te portables category. Reference Link
06:26 EDTGOOGGoogle's tax arrangement facing new challenge by France, WSJ reports
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October 8, 2014
17:21 EDTUALUnited Continental reports September consolidated traffic down 0.2% y-o-y
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11:26 EDTUALUnited Continental volatility increases as shares pull back
United Continental October weekly call option implied volatility is at 65, October is at 51, November is at 50, December is at 47; compared to its 26-week average of 43 according to Track Data, suggesting large price movement.
11:24 EDTDALDelta Air Lines volatility increases as shares trade near five-month low
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09:48 EDTGOOGGoogle says new movies can be pre-ordered, watched on first day of availibility
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08:46 EDTLUVSouthwest reports September RPMs up 5.1% to 8.3B
Southwest announced that the company flew 8.3 billion revenue passenger miles in September 2014, a 5.1% increase from the 7.9B RPMs flown in September 2013. Available seat miles increased 0.7% to 10.3B from the September 2013 level of 10.2B. The September 2014 load factor was 80.5%, compared to 77.1% in September 2013. For September, passenger revenue per ASM is estimated to have increased approximately 5% as compared to September 2013. For the third quarter of 2014, the Company flew 28.5B RPMs, compared to 27B RPMs flown for the same period in 2013, an increase of 5.6%. Third quarter 2014 ASMs increased 1.1% to 33.8B from third quarter 2013 ASMs of 33.4B . The third quarter 2014 load factor was 84.4%, compared to 80.8% for the same period in 2013.
08:13 EDTAALAmerican Airlines sees 2014 total system capacity up 2.2% vs. 2013
Sees Q3 pre-tax margin 10%-12%. Sees Q3 CASM flat to up 2% ex-fuel, sees Q4 CASM up 2%-4% ex-fuel, sees FY14 CASM up 2%-4% ex-fuel. 2014 total system capacity is expected to be up approximately 2.2 percent vs. 2013 primarily due to more active aircraft and larger gauge aircraft replacing smaller gauge legacy aircraft. Full year mainline capacity is also expected to be up approximately 2.4 percent year-over-year, of which international capacity is expected to be up approximately 5 percent and domestic capacity is expected to be up approximately 1 percent vs. 2013. For the third quarter 2014, AAG expects to pay an average of between $2.95 and $3.00 per gallon of mainline jet fuel. The Company expects to take delivery of 84 mainline aircraft during 2014, consisting of 10 A319s, 43 A321s, 3 A332s, 20 B738s, 2 B788s and 6 B773s. In addition, the company expects to retire 6 A320s, 14 B734s, 19 B757s, 14 B762s and 26 MD80s by the end of 2014. In 2014, the Company expects to take delivery of 15 CRJ900 aircraft at its wholly owned subsidiary PSA Airlines. In addition, the Company’s partner airlines are expected to take delivery of 10 CRJ900 aircraft and 24 E175 aircraft. The Company expects to retire 40 ERJ140 aircraft and 2 Dash 8-100 aircraft.
08:02 EDTAALAmerican Airlines reports September total RPMs down 0.2% to 16.9B
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07:46 EDTGOOGcomScore well positioned for change, says Brean Capital
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October 7, 2014
13:45 EDTGOOGVringo says several important events scheduled for Q4
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13:33 EDTGOOGGoogle executive says Google+ here to stay, Re/code reports
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09:18 EDTGOOGRackspace partnership with Google positive for sentiment, says Wells Fargo
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09:03 EDTGOOGRackspace to offer managed IT services support for full Google Apps for Work
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08:03 EDTGOOGVonage announces appointment of Alan Masarek as CEO
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07:48 EDTGOOGU.S. Chamber of Commerce to hold a discussion
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06:07 EDTGOOGYouTube may still be interested in programming for kids, Re/code reports
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