The largest airline in the world could have as much as $5 billion available for share buybacks this year.
Virgin America flights from Los Angeles to Hawaii will begin in May.
The airliner's stock has been brought down by weak unit revenue trends -- but improvement is just around the corner.
The low-cost carrier's profit margin could continue to rise in 2016 and beyond.
The airline is on pace for another year of strong EPS growth in 2016.
Airlines are really profitable right now. Here's one that wants to share the wealth -- with you.
Customers are getting a little less legroom but a lot of improved amenities, while shareholders will see a big financial payoff.
Southwest Airlines and Alaska Air Group delivered stellar profit margins in 2015.
The company will pay almost $0.28 per share.
The budget carrier just dramatically raised its Q4 profit guidance.