Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (HA) - NASDAQ
  • Thu, Jul. 21, 10:39 AM
    • Airline stocks (JETS -2.8%) are broadly lower following Southwest Airlines' (LUV -8.8%) Q2 earnings miss and downbeat guidance for a 3%-4% decline in Q3 RASM from a 0.6% gain in Q2.
    • Shares also are hurt by warnings from Deutsche Lufthansa (OTCQX:DLAKF, OTCQX:DLAKY) and EasyJet (OTC:EJTTF, OTCQX:ESYJY) that recent terror attacks and political turmoil in Europe were weighing on their businesses.
    • Lufthansa says advance bookings, particularly on longer routes to Europe, "have declined significantly, in particular due to repeated terrorist attacks in Europe and to greater political and economic uncertainty."
    • Easyjet also warns on terrorism, and says the U.K.’s Brexit vote would hurt per-seat revenue, and that foreign exchange and fuel cost effects would add ~£25M ($33M) to full-year expenses.
    • DAL -3.1%, UAL -2.9%, AAL -2%, RYAAY -2.9%, ALK +0.8%, JBLU -2.3%, SAVE -2.6%, HA -1.3%, SKYW -0.2%.
    | Thu, Jul. 21, 10:39 AM | 19 Comments
  • Mon, Jun. 27, 12:39 PM
    • Hawaiian Holdings (HA +4.6%) is a rare gainer among transportation stocks today as Deutsche Bank upgrades shares to Buy from Hold with a $41 price target, saying the vote to leave the E.U. creates uncertainty in near-term demand for air travel to and from the U.K. as well as how the U.K. will feature in a revised E.U.-U.S. Open Skies accord.
    • The firm notes that with the IATA warning about a "permanent downward shift" in U.K. passenger volumes of 3%-5% by 2020 following the Brexit vote, U.S. airlines with exposure to the U.K. suffered 8%-11% share declines on Friday.
    • Among the Big Three U.S. airlines, Deutsche Bank sees potential downside EPS risk and thus maintains Hold ratings on American (AAL -4.8%), United (UAL -7.2%) and Delta (DAL -4.5%), given that the U.K. market for 2016 represents 6.3% of AAL’s capacity, 5.4% of UAL’s and 2.8% of DAL’s.
    • The firm favors domestic names such as Southwest (LUV -3.3%), Spirit (SAVE -2.8%) and JetBlue (JBLU -1.7%), "which should gain from a favorable leisure/discretionary travel outlook."
    | Mon, Jun. 27, 12:39 PM | 9 Comments
  • Tue, Jun. 14, 3:26 PM
    • A number of airline stocks are at or very close to 52-week lows as a combination of factors continue to drive selling pressure.
    • The Orlando terror attack and anxiety over the impact of Britain leaving the European Union on business travel top the list.
    • American Airlines (AAL -4.9%), JetBlue (JBLU -3.2%),  and United Continental (UAL -4.8%) slumped to one-year lows.
    • Spirit Airlines (SAVE -3.8%), Alaska Air Group (ALK -4.5%), Delta Air Lines DAL, Hawaiian Holdings (HA -3.3%), and  Southwest Airlines (LUV -5.3%) are also down sharply.
    • The U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEARCA:JETS) has nowhere to hide and is down 3.17%.
    | Tue, Jun. 14, 3:26 PM | 71 Comments
  • Mon, Jun. 13, 9:57 AM
    • Airline stocks begin the week with a sharp downward movement.
    • The terror attack in Orlando is the main driver of the selling pressure on the sector, although a bombing in the Shanghai airport yesterday is also impacting Chinese airlines China Eastern Air (CEA -2.1%) and China Southern Airlines (ZNH -5.3%).
    • Decliners include Hawaiian Holdings (HA -3.1%), American Airlines Group (AAL -2.9%), Spirit Airlines (SAVE -3.8%), Delta Air Lines (DAL -2.7%), JetBlue (JBLU -2.1%), Southwest Airlines (LUV -2.5%), SkyWest (SKYW -1.8%), United Continental (UAL -2.6%), Alaska Air Group (ALK -2.3%), and Allegiant Travel (ALGT -1.5%).
    • The U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEARCA:JETS) is down 2.72% on the day.
    | Mon, Jun. 13, 9:57 AM | 13 Comments
  • Fri, Apr. 29, 5:35 PM
    • Top gainers, as of 5.25 p.m.: ERJ +1.7%. HA +1.4%. APOL +1.3%. GFI +1.1%. WETF +1.0%.
    • Top losers, as of 5.25p.m.: ENIC -5.2%. SBGL -3.5%. CDE -2.3%. AKS -2.1%. P -1.3%.
    | Fri, Apr. 29, 5:35 PM
  • Fri, Apr. 22, 12:46 PM
    | Fri, Apr. 22, 12:46 PM | 3 Comments
  • Mon, Mar. 28, 12:58 PM
    • Virgin America (VA +3.6%) trades at its highest level of the year as the guessing game continues over which airline company may try to buy out the budget carrier.
    • Cowen says JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) is the most likely acquirer of Virgin America, although Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK), Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), and Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA) could all be in the mix.
    • Last week, Frank Holmes, CEO of the U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEARCA:JETS), noted that Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) is a natural fit in terms of culture and global opportunities. Many airline insiders think bidding action could take Virgin America's share price into the $40s.
    • Previously: Virgin America jumps 12% on report of takeover interest (March 23)
    | Mon, Mar. 28, 12:58 PM | 8 Comments
  • Tue, Feb. 9, 10:22 AM
    • Airline stocks are on a rush after getting caught up in the global market sell-off.
    • There are plenty of traders and analysts banging the drum that the sector isn't getting the attention it deserves for sub-$30 crude oil prices.
    • Leading gainers include Spirit Airlines (SAVE +7.1%), Alaska Air Group (ALK +4%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA +2.7%), Republic Airways (RJET +4.1%), and JetBlue (JBLU +3.3%).
    | Tue, Feb. 9, 10:22 AM | 5 Comments
  • Wed, Jan. 27, 10:14 AM
    • Airline stocks are higher in early trading as they move in the opposite direction of broad market averages. Some analysts think the sector could draw in investors in a late reaction to the drop in crude oil prices.
    • Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA) is up 13.5% after a solid earnings report and analyst upgrade.
    • United Continental (UAL +2.2%), Virgin America (VA +1.9%), and American Airlines Group (AAL +0.8%) are also scrapping for gains.
    | Wed, Jan. 27, 10:14 AM
  • Wed, Jan. 27, 9:22 AM
    | Wed, Jan. 27, 9:22 AM | 3 Comments
  • Tue, Jan. 26, 5:37 PM
    • Top gainers, as of 5.25 p.m.: FATE +19.7%. ETH +6.8%. HA +6.0%. STAG +5.2%. INO +5.0%.
    • Top losers, as of 5.25p.m.: ARGS -14.4%. CIE -13.2%. LCI -10.9%. X -9.9%. DYN -8.0%.
    | Tue, Jan. 26, 5:37 PM | 12 Comments
  • Dec. 7, 2015, 11:16 AM
    • Airline stocks are rallying after crude oil prices swing lower and with several November traffic reports showing revenue passenger miles outpacing capacity gains.
    • JetBlue (JBLU +4.1%), Republic Airways (RJET +3.5%), Delta Air Lines (DAL +2.5%), and Hawaiian Holdings (HA +2.2%) are making the sharpest moves in morning trading.
    • Previously: Energy shares tank as U.S. crude oil slides 4% (Dec. 07 2015)
    • Related ETF: JETS.
    | Dec. 7, 2015, 11:16 AM | 1 Comment
  • Dec. 2, 2015, 12:17 PM
    • Transportation stocks are lower on the day on some broad macroeconomic concerns. Some BAML downgrades in the sector are also weighing on sentiment.
    • Trading is notably weak in CXS Corp (CSX -2.3%), American Railcar Industries (ARII -2.6%), Kansas City Southern (KSU -1.9%), YRC Worldwide (YRCW -5.7%), Heartland Express (HTLD -3.7%), Swift Transportation (SWFT -3%), FedEx (FDX -0.9%), UPS (UPS -0.5%), Air Transport Services (ATSG -1.7%), and Matson (MATX -2.5%).
    • A notable exception to the sector slide is airline stocks which are showing strength after Delta Air Lines (DAL +2.7%) reported some eye-opening capacity constraint. The major carrier increased passenger revenue per available seat mile sand load factor during November. A 3% decline in crude oil prices is also factoring in to the rally in airline stocks.
    • United Continental (UAL +3.2%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA +2.9%), Southwest Airlines (LUV +2.3%), and Republic Airways Holdings (RJET +4.4%) are all solidly higher.
    • The Dow Jones Transportation Average is down 0.8% off the conflicting forces of gravity.
    • Related ETFs: IYT, XTN, JETS.
    | Dec. 2, 2015, 12:17 PM | 5 Comments
  • 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.
    | Oct. 9, 2015, 10:29 AM | 6 Comments
  • Oct. 2, 2015, 10:24 AM
    • Airline stocks are weaker than broad market averages on heightened concerns of a weak U.S. economy and in reaction to guidance from Delta.
    • The slide in the sector comes even with crude oil dropping back below $45.
    • In a new SEC filing, Delta says it sees Q3 operating margin of 20% to 21% and passenger unit revenue growth of -4.5% to -5.5%.
    • Leading decliners in the sector in early trading are Delta Air Lines (DAL -3.5%), JetBlue Airways (JBLU -3%), Hawaiian Holdings (HA -3.7%), and American Airlines Group (AAL -2.9%).
    | Oct. 2, 2015, 10:24 AM | 9 Comments
  • 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.
    | Sep. 11, 2015, 9:48 AM
Company Description
Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. operates as a holding company for Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. The company through its subsidiary Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. is engaged in the scheduled air transportation of passengers and cargo amongst the Hawaiian Islands (the Neighbor Island routes), between the Hawaiian... More
Sector: Services
Industry: Regional Airlines
Country: United States