Thanks to ongoing economic worries and moderating oil prices, the airline industry has managed to fly under the radar for much of 2010. While a major volcanic eruption put flights in focus for a few weeks, the ash eventually cleared, and so did the buzz about the industry. But with earnings season progressing and a wave of M&A activity sweeping over the industry, the world's biggest airlines could once again find themselves in the spotlight in the near future [see also Why The Airline ETF (FAA) Is A Value Buy].
Today, Delta Air Lines
Delta will be a particularly interesting report to watch, as many are worried that Southwest
As several airline giants are set to report today, the Guggenheim Airline ETF
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