- Market Capitalization, $K 6,737,215
- Shares Outstanding, K 606,410
- Annual Sales, $ 9,895 M
- Annual Income, $ 181,940 K
- 60-Month Beta 1.30
- Price/Sales 0.67
- Price/Cash Flow 36.56
- Price/Book 2.34
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-0.09 (-0.80%)since 11/06/19
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+2.36 (+26.97%)since 09/06/19
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+0.97 (+9.57%)since 12/06/18
GOL Linhas (GOL) launches a new business division that should boost its revenue growth further. Meanwhile, Delta Air Lines (DAL) registers a decline in its November load factor.
Delta's (DAL) codesharing with LATAM aims at increasing connectivity to up to 74 and 51 destinations in the United States and South America, respectively.
High operating costs and depreciation of the Brazilian currency are major headwinds for Azul (AZUL).
High passenger revenues and low fuel costs aid Copa Holdings' (CPA) third-quarter performance.
Low costs aid Azul's (AZUL) third-quarter performance. Meanwhile, the updates on Boeing 737 Max jets by American Airlines (AAL) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) do not bode well.
Air Lease's (AL) third-quarter 2019 performance rides on higher revenues from the rental of flight equipment. The decision to raise its quarterly dividend is also encouraging.
Increase in passenger revenues and cost-reduction efforts aid Azul's (AZUL) third-quarter 2019 performance.
With traffic growth outpacing capacity expansion, Hawaiian Holdings subsidiary Hawaiian Airlines' load factor improves in October.
Azul (AZUL) consistently performs impressively on the traffic front owing to strong travel demand.
Low fuel costs are likely to have aided the third-quarter performance of transportation companies.