American Airlines is weak in the Pacific Northwest, while Alaska Airlines needs a better option for serving its customers' international travel needs.
News & Analysis: American Airlines Group
The stocks are gaining and losing altitude based on sentiment about the coronavirus.
The struggling airline seems to be making a comeback.
One rising metric may portend trouble for Berkshire Hathaway when the next recession strikes.
Fears of a growing coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan, China, are causing a sell-off of airline and cruise shares.
For a second straight year, the Boeing 737 MAX grounding will undermine American Airlines' efforts to significantly expand its profit margin.
Concerns about the coronavirus are hitting travel stocks.
AAL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
MAX delays and slowing growth could mean more turbulence ahead.
These brand-name companies may get the heave-ho from Berkshire Hathaway's investment portfolio.