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December 24, 2012
13:21 EDTJBLUJetBlue CEO says national airline policy would make sense for 2013
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December 24, 2014
10:27 EDTJBLUVirgin America rises after analysts start coverage with upbeat notes
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06:51 EDTJBLUAmerican Airlines to raise wages by more than expected, Reuters says
American Airlines Group (AAL) said it would increase the wages of its flight attendants by an average of fourteen percentage points, up from its previous plan to increase their compensation by an average of ten percent, according to Reuters. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said that "very strong" results for the company in 2014 will enable it to increase the flight attendants' comepnsation by a higher than expected amount, the news service stated. Other publicly traded companies in the space include Delta Air Lines (DAL), JetBlue (JBLU), Southwest (LUV) and United Continental (UAL). Reference Link
December 19, 2014
06:36 EDTJBLUObama administration to ease many parts of Cuba embargo, NY Times says
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December 15, 2014
07:57 EDTJBLUDeutsche ups targets on Airlines amid lower fuel prices
Deutsche Bank expects 2015 to be an even stronger year than 2014 for Airline stocks and believes carriers will continue to "share their growing wealth with their stakeholders." Deutsche sees lower fuel prices and reduced interest expense providing benefits in 2015. The firm raised its price target for Allegiant Travel (ALGT) to $174 from $150, for Hawaiian Holdings (HA) to $27 from $19, for JetBlue (JBLU) to $21 from $17, for Southwest (LUV) to $55 from $46, for Spirit Airlines (SAVE) to $95 from $85, for United Continental (UAL) to $80 from $50, for American Airlines (AAL) to $67 from $54 and for Alaska Air (ALK) to $53 from $42.50. Deutsche keeps a $60 price target on shares of Delta Air Lines (DAL). The firm has a Buy rating on all name in the space save for Alaska Air, which it rates Sell.

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