Airlines

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with David Yepez. Senior Investment Analyst at Exencial Wealth Advisors, who gives us three stock names he says are relatively cheap and will grow double digits in the long term.

As the Boeing 737 MAX crisis continues, the airline industry is looking for replacement planes. Phil LeBeau has more for us from Mirabel, Quebec.

Boeing on Thursday said it will take a $4.9 billion charge in the second quarter due to the worldwide grounding of its 737 Max planes after two fatal crashes that killed 346 people.

San Diego International Airport is the best U.S. airport, according to a new report by The Points Guy.

The travel website examined 34 key factors including amenities, flight delays, cancellations and ride-hailing prices of the 50 busiest U.S. airports, to determine the list for 2019.

Airbus is beginning a major expansion in the U.S. by creating a new production line of its A220 aircraft in Alabama. Phil LeBeau reports.

European aerospace giant Airbus is pushing its growth in the U.S. with the start of production in Alabama for its A220 airplane.

When’s the last time you heard a female voice on an airplane come on and say, “This is your captain speaking” — not so many times as only six percent of the major U.S. airlines’ pilots are women. In our continuing coverage of closing the gender gap, Jane Wells is in Alaska at one of the top flight schools where its owned and operated by a woman.

The grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX has greatly impacted GE’s aviation sector. The ripple effect is being felt from the nation’s capital to the nation’s heartland. Phil LeBeau reports.

United Airlines is teaming up with security firm “Clear” to bring more biometric screenings across the nation’s airports where you can proceed through security a lot quicker. Phil LeBeau reports.

United Airlines and the security identity firm Clear have struck a deal that will expand the number of biometric screening kiosks in airports around the U.S.

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary warned on Monday that the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 Max could lead to job cuts and slash the low-cost airline’s growth prospects next year.

American Airlines and Southwest Airlines are shifting strategies as the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX ripples through the industry. Phil LeBeau reports.

American Airlines skidded more than 5% Thursday after the nation’s largest airline said it took a hit from the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX.

Joining us on the program is Jim Corridore, Industrial Analyst at CFRA Research, who give us his best and worst case scenario for Boeing.

Boeing says it could possibly suspend production of its 737 MAX as the aerospace company posted its largest ever quarterly loss. Phil LeBeau has more for us.