- Market Capitalization, $K 18,391,286
- Shares Outstanding, K 225,080
- Annual Sales, $ 9,445 M
- Annual Income, $ 721,220 K
- 60-Month Beta 1.39
- Price/Sales 1.94
- Price/Cash Flow 9.42
- Price/Book 3.57
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-4.11 (-4.78%)since 08/28/20
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+16.59 (+25.41%)since 06/26/20
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+16.48 (+25.19%)since 09/27/19
The current uptick in leisure-travel demand augurs well for airlines.
Ryanair (RYAAY) cuts October capacity outlook further. Meanwhile, Southwest Airlines (LUV) comes out with better cash burn view.
Ryanair (RYAAY) plans to reduce its October capacity by an additional 20% due to low bookings caused by coronavirus-related travel restrictions by European Union governments.
Coronavirus case counts are on the decline, and more people are flying. It might be time to get back into airline stocks. ZNH, CEA, RYAAY, and ALGT have the most promising prospects. The coronavirus...
Given the gradually improving air-travel demand scenario, United Airlines (UAL) and Spirit Airlines (SAVE) provide expansion-related updates.
The progress in air-travel demand bodes well for the airlines as we advance toward the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Low air travel demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic dents Ryanair's (RYAAY) August traffic.
Southwest Airlines' (LUV) update on improving air-travel demand is encouraging. However, American Airlines (AAL) decides to reduce some flights as demand is still way below the year-ago levels.
Ryanair (RYAAY) decides to slash headcount by less than 3,000 following a consensus reached with its pilots and the cabin crew.
Most airline companies gain traction as the number of Sino-US flights increase. However, the spurt in coronavirus cases across Europe pushes travel plans on the backburner.
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