ALK vs. CPA: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?
Copa Holdings, S.A. (NYSE: CPA), today released preliminary passenger traffic statistics for September 2019:
Copa Holdings, S.A. (NYSE: CPA) announces the following events:
Azul's (AZUL) consolidated load factor in September benefits from the uptick in the metric on the international front.
With traffic growth outpacing capacity expansion, Gol Linhas' (GOL) load factor improves in September.
American Airlines (AAL) aims for a series of international network expansions through increased frequency to Latin America, service extension to key European cities and a new service from Boston.
Southwest (LUV) intends to add services to the Hawaiian Islands, courtesy of solid demand. Additionally, it aims to expand across Mexico, serving Cozumel from Houston (Hobby).
US consumer spending continued to grow in August, suggesting that the economy's main growth driver is still fueling the longest economic growth period in history.
Copa Holdings has been struggling lately, but the selling pressure may be coming to an end soon.
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A surprise crude buildup along with Trump's dousing of optimism over U.S.-China talks dragged oil prices down. But, the drop in oil has been a blessing for aviation and refinery companies.
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Trade tussle between the United States and China as well as escalating costs dampens FedEx's (FDX) prospects.
GOL Linhas' (GOL) passenger revenues increase in the first half of 2019. Efforts to maintain capacity discipline also bode well.
Rising non-fuel unit costs and weak unit revenue trends plague Spirit (SAVE).
Backed by efficient cost management among other factors, Southwest (LUV) trims Q3 non-fuel unit cost view despite lower capacity from the MAX groundings.
Weak global economy due to the intensifying Sino-US trade spat, and higher costs mar FedEx's (FDX) Q1 results. Plagued by this headwind, the company cuts its fiscal 2020 earnings guidance.
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The increase in August passenger traffic at the likes of Alaska Air (ALK) and JetBlue (JBLU) highlight the strong demand for air travel.