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Wed, Jan. 27, 4:09 PM
Thu, Jan. 21, 8:14 PM
- Just a few days after it lost its chief operating officer, Allegiant Air (ALGT -3.6%) has named his replacement along with a management restructuring.
- Jude Bricker, the company's senior VP of planning, will take over the role of COO and oversee Flight Operations, Maintenance and Safety. He'll continue to lead the network and fleet strategy.
- CFO Scott Sheldon gets an expanded role in the changes, taking responsibility for Inflight and Operation Control Center, which will include front-line customer-facing employees.
- The firm had said it would use the resignation of Steve Harfst to "refocus on operational needs and areas for improvement."
- Previously: Allegiant Air chief operating officer resigns (Jan. 15 2016)
Fri, Jan. 15, 6:07 PM
- Allegiant Air (ALGT -1.6%) chief operating officer Steve Harfst is resigning, effective immediately.
- He had joined the company as its COO in December 2014 from the same post at New Delhi's IndiGo Airlines.
- The company says it will use the change as an "opportunity to refocus on operational needs and areas for improvement. Allegiant is committed to operational excellence and looks forward to continued progress in this area."
Nov. 30, 2015, 10:13 AM| Nov. 30, 2015, 10:13 AM
Nov. 24, 2015, 1:49 PM
- A global travel warning issued by the U.S. Department is impacting several sectors. Hotel stocks are notably weaker, while amusement park stocks are also trailing broad market averages. Airlines are feeling a double whammy from travel demand concerns and a 3% rise in crude oil futures.
- In some cases the sell-off appears to be an overreaction with little evidence in that travel habits will change dramatically, according to some analysts.
- Decliners include Hyatt Hotels (H -1.5%), Hilton Worldwide (HLT -1.1%), Marriott International (MAR -1.8%), JetBlue (JBLU -1.7%), Delta Air Lines (DAL -3.3%), American Airlines Group (AAL -2.4%), United Continental (UAL -3.2%), Allegiant Travel (ALGT -5.3%), Spirit Airlines (SAVE -4.1%), Southwest Airlines (LUV -2.7%), Six Flags (SIX -1.0%), Cedar Fair (FUN -1.0%), Disney (DIS -0.9%), and Sabre (SABR -3.9%), Virgin Amerinca (VA -2.5%), Alaska Air Group (ALK -1.5%).
- Previously: PCLN, EXPE, TRIP sell off after State Department issues travel warning (Nov. 24)
Oct. 22, 2015, 9:55 AM
- Allegiant Travel (ALGT -7.5%) is sharply lower after posting guidance this morning along with its Q3 report.
- The company expects total revenue per available seat mile to fell between 8.5% and 10.5% in Q4.
- Capacity is seen increasing 22% to 26% in Q4 after rising 15.3% to 7.814B in Q3.
- Previously: Allegiant Travel Company misses by $0.01, revenue in-line (Oct. 21 2015)
Oct. 9, 2015, 10:29 AM
- Airline stocks are showing some strength in early trading as investors shrug off another uptick in oil prices.
- Solid traffic reports from United Continental and American Airlines Group are turning attention back to the robust profits being churned up in the sector.
- United raised its Q3 profit forecast, while American saw a big jump in its load factor for September in a positive sign and gave its own favorable estimate on margins.
- Gainers: United Continental (UAL +7.1%), American Airlines Group (AAL +4.4%), Delta Air Lines (DAL +2.5%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA +3.9%), Southwest Airlines (LUV +2.6%), Spirit Airlines (SAVE +4.7%), Virgin America (VA +3%), Allegiant Travel (ALGT +3.1%), Alaska Air Group (ALK +1.8%), JetBlue (JBLU +4.9%).
- Related ETF: JETS.
Sep. 11, 2015, 9:48 AM
- Airline stocks are reacting to new developments in the oil market where a Goldman Sachs forecast has created a ripple effect.
- Most names are putting in gains even with broad market averages lower.
- Leading advancers in early trading are Republic Airways Holdings (RJET +2.5%), Spirit Airlines (SAVE +1.3%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA +1.1%), and Allegiant Travel (ALGT +0.7%).
- Related ETF: JETS.
Aug. 25, 2015, 12:39 PM
- Airline stocks are getting a nice bounce today as investors can turn their attention back to the sustained drop in jet fuel prices after yesterday's tremors in global equities markets.
- Big gainers include Alaska Air Group (ALK +6%), JetBlue Airways (JBLU +5.1%), American Airlines Group (AAL +4.6%), and Allegiant Travel Group (ALGT +5.1%).
Aug. 14, 2015, 9:16 AM
- Airline stocks are on watch as U.S. crude oil prices hit their lowest level in six years.
- The sector hasn't rallied with the same vigor as it did with previous swings lower in oil which has some analysts calling for a delayed rally.
- Though many companies left some savings on the table due to hedging activity, fuel cost per mile flown ranged lower by 20% to 45% in the sector during Q2.
- Earlier this week, Raymond James pitched the case that airlines will use fare increases to cover rising labor costs, leaving fuel expense savings for balance sheet moves.
- Related stocks: DAL, UAL, AAL, SAVE, RJET, HA, ALK, JBLU, VA, ALGT, LUV.
- Related ETF: JETS.
Jul. 14, 2015, 11:04 AM
- It's a topsy-turvy day for the airline sector with JetBlue (JBLU +1.5%) impressing with its June traffic numbers and Spirit Airlines (SAVE -8.5%) disappointing with guidance.
- The bigger story might be the forecast on oil prices after the Iran nuclear deal was hammered out.
- Though oil prices haven't moved off dramatically with the timing of excess supply on the market unknown, the development is a long-term consideration for airlines which are looking for a sustained period of lower jet fuel prices.
- Also on the radar, capacity concerns have been dialed back a bit over the last week, while a report yesterday on booming ancillary revenue in the sector painted a bright picture.
- Trading is mixed on Delta Air Lines (DAL +0.2%), American Airlines Group (AAL -0.8%), United Continental (UAL -0.5%), Virgin America (VA -0.4%), Allegiant Trading (ALGT -0.8%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA -0.5%), Alaska Airl Group (ALK +0.4%), Republic Airway (RJET -1.9%), and Southwest Airlines (LUV -0.4%).
- There's always the U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEARCA:JETS) for a broad sector play.
- Previously: Load factor impresses at JetBlue (Jul. 14 2015)
- Previously: Spirit Airlines cuts 2015 op. margin guidance; shares -4.8% (Jul. 13 2015)
Jun. 18, 2015, 5:36 PM
Jun. 9, 2015, 10:58 AM
- The jittery airline sector is having a volatile day once again.
- Capacity concerns have been the major focus of sellers, although the strong move higher of oil prices today is also in the background.
- American Airlines Group reported a drop in its load factor earlier as capacity growth came in ahead of revenue passenger miles.
- Though Raymond James issued a biting downgrade on American, United Continental, and Delta yesterday - some analysts such as Sterne Agee CRT's Michael Derchin think the pessimism is overdone.
- Q2 conference calls could calm fears on capacity running hot, reasons the analyst.
- A higher level of buybacks in the sector and reasonable valuations based on earnings projections are also factors.
- Sector watch: Alaska Air Group (ALK -6.4%), Southwest Airlines (LUV -5.8%), SkyWest (SKYW -3.4%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA -4.7%), Spirit Airline (SAVE -4.4%), Delta Air Lines (DAL -3.7%), Allegiant Travel (ALGT -3.6%), Republic Airways (RJET -2.9%), Virgin America (VA -2.6%), United Continental (UAL -1.8%), American Airlines Group (AAL -2%), JetBlue (JBLU -1.9%).
- The U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSE:JETS) is down 2.96% on the day.
- Previously: American Airlines Group's capacity up 2% in May
May 20, 2015, 10:42 AM
- Airline stocks are making a strong move lower after oil prices react to supply data out of the U.S. and Japan along with renewed tension in Yemen.
- Some sector analysts have noted the swings in airline share prices (up/down) are outsized compared to the impact on jet fuel prices of daily developments in the crude oil market.
- Platts has a breakdown of how supply and demand forces in the jet fuel market bring other factors into play.
- Leading airline decliners: Southwest Airlines (LUV -6.8%), American Airlines Group (AAL -6.1%), JetBlue (JBLU -6.3%), United Continental (UAL -6%), Spirit Airline (SAVE -5.3%), Delta Air Lines (DAL -4.9%), Alaska Air Group (ALK -3.9%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA -4.6%), Republic Airways (RJET -3.5%), Allegiant Travel (ALGT -3.8%).
- Related ETFs: JETS.
Apr. 1, 2015, 10:55 AM
- Airline stocks are lower on the day with oil rallying again.
- American Airlines Group (AAL -4.1%), Delta Air Lines (DAL -3.8%), and United Continental (UAL -3.7%) are the leading decliners after taking on a Deutsche Bank downgrades on top of the oil development.
- Allegiant Travel (ALGT -2.1%), Spirit Airlines (SAVE -2.1%), and Alaska Airways Group (ALK -2.4%) are also peeling off share price.
- The sector could see some volatility over the next week as carriers report on their March load factors and passenger revenue metrics.
- Previously: Supply and demand questions in the U.S. airline sector
- Previously: Deutsche Bank warns on international airline sales
Feb. 19, 2015, 9:48 AM
- Strong gains across the airline sector after oil prices move in the right direction after inventories increase.
- What to watch: The West Coast port slowdown is now a factor in the jet fuel market (Platts breakdown).
- Gainers: Republic Airways (NASDAQ:RJET) +4.7%, Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) +4.1%, JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) +3.9%, Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) +2.6%, United Continental (NYSE:UAL) +2.8%, American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL) +2.1%, United Continental (UAL) +2.5%, Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ:SAVE) +2.6%, Virgin America (NASDAQ:VA) +2.1%, Allegiant Travel (NASDAQ:ALGT) +1.8%, Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA) +1.2%.
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