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AAL Jun 2024 15.000 put

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Previous Close3.5500
Expire Date2024-06-21
Day's Range3.6500 - 3.8800
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    Is American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL) the Best Airline Stock to Buy for Long Term?

    We recently published a list of the 10 Best Airline Stocks to Buy For 2024. Since American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL) ranks 3rd on the list, it deserves a deeper look. Despite rising inflation, consumers worldwide continue to spend on travel and experiences, defying all expectations and forecasts. Latest data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) […]

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    This ‘unappreciated asset’ is positioning Delta for success

    Travel demand is projected to hit a record high this summer based on earnings forecasts. However, the ongoing issues facing Boeing (BA) are preventing airlines from accessing new planes, stunting growth amid high demand. Peter McNally, Third Bridge Global's head of industrials, materials, and energy sector, and George Ferguson, Bloomberg Intelligence senior aerospace defense and airlines industry analyst, join Market Domination to discuss the state of the airline industry as the summer travel season heats up. "Capacity is growing; it's just not growing as fast as the airlines hope. And you've got companies like United (UAL) who've got very ambitious targets out to 2026 that they've had to temper that a bit... It doesn't seem like Boeing's problems are going to be sorted anytime soon, and it's not like Airbus (AIR.PA) can go any faster than they already are," McNally explains. Ferguson states that the record travel is due to airlines putting up record schedules, adding, "Thank God they can't get all those airplanes because they crushed margins even more." McNally points to labor costs making airlines less profitable than they were pre-pandemic and believes that Delta Air Lines (DAL) is among those handling the issue best: "The unappreciated asset that Delta has is their tech ops business that allows them to do their own maintenance, repair, and overhaul." Ferguson adds that retirements in the industry will peak in 2026 and 2027, which could cause a pilot shortage. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written and updated by Melanie Riehl


    World War II Veterans Visit Normandy and Reflect on D-Day 80 Years Later

    NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / June 12, 2024 / The arrival in Normandy started with a heroes' welcome by school children and World War II re-enactors in Houlgate followed by a visit to Le Memorial de Caen, a museum and war memorial commemorating World ...