JetBlue may be relying on aggressive accounting estimates related to aircraft depreciation to boost its reported earnings.
Valuation and growth are both important, but the dividend decides the day.
Airline pilots are demanding big raises, now that their employers are raking in record profits.
American Airlines, United Continental, and Delta Air Lines are finally acting decisively to get unit revenue growing again.
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and Airbus' A350 have both sold well in the U.S. so far. And American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Continental will need to order a whole lot more in the coming years.
For those who seek a broad-based investment in the airline industry, one, and only one, ETF will do.
A solid dividend yield and low payout ratio make Delta a great dividend stock.
American Airlines has implemented a very aggressive financial strategy.
Southwest Airlines almost overtook JetBlue in the J.D. Power customer satisfaction rankings this year -- but not quite.
After paying down nearly $2 billion of debt in a five-year span, JetBlue will be ready to start returning cash to shareholders next year.