LATAM Airlines' (LTM) second-quarter 2019 results gain from factors like upbeat passenger revenues and prudent cost-control efforts.
As part of its decision to bolster transatlantic capacity, Delta (DAL) will resume services to London's Gatwick airport from 2020. Notably, Gatwick offers huge commercial potential.
United Airlines' (UAL) supplementary services to Tokyo's Haneda airport, ahead of the Olympic Games 2020, should attract substantial traffic.
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Southwest (LUV) aims to penetrate deeper into the Hawaiian regions with new interisland flights as well as services from the mainland.
SmarTrend identified an Uptrend for Copa Holdin-Cl A (NYSE:CPA) on May 3rd, 2019 at $84.35. In approximately 3 months, Copa Holdin-Cl A has returned 20.14% as of today's recent price of $101.34.
Load Factor at LATAM Airlines (LTM) improves in July as traffic growth outpaces capacity expansion.
Robust passenger revenues on the back of solid air travel demand is a key catalyst for Delta (DAL). The carrier's investor-friendly moves are also appreciative.
The impressive second-quarter 2019 earnings reports of Copa Holdings (CPA) and Azul (AZUL) further highlight the strong demand for air travel.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) wholly owned subsidiary Hawaiian Airlines reports an increase in July load factor to the tune of 190 basis points.
Load Factor at Copa Holdings (CPA) declines 1.7 percentage points to 86.6% in July.
Copa Holdings, S.A. (NYSE: CPA), today released preliminary passenger traffic statistics for July 2019:
Azul's (AZUL) second-quarter 2019 results benefit from upbeat passenger revenues.
Markets ended moderately higher on Wednesday after major benchmarks recovered from losses incurred earlier in the session.
Higher passenger revenues aid Copa Holdings' (CPA) Q2 results. Additionally, the carrier raises its operating margin forecast for 2019 on expectations of modest fuel prices and rising revenue trends.
Copa Holdings (CPA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 14.29% and 2.85%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
PANAMA CITY (AP) _ Copa Holdings SA (CPA) on Wednesday reported second-quarter earnings of $50.9 million.
Copa Holdings, S.A. (NYSE: CPA), today announced financial results for the second quarter of 2019 (2Q19). The terms "Copa Holdings" and "the Company" refer to the consolidated entity. The following financial...
Expeditors (EXPD) performs impressively in the second quarter owing to the rise in revenues at the Ocean Freight and Ocean Services as well as Customs Brokerage and Other Services.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) second-quarter 2019 earnings decline year over year due to increased competition in Hawaii following Southwest Airlines' (LUV) entry over there.