Airline Stocks Down as International Travel Demand Drops We have yet another day in the U.S. Stock market where we are down significantly for the day. Last week we experienced a market drop that occurred dramatically sudden and sharp. We all played a large role in that crash of the market. As the fear revolving … Continue reading Airline Stocks Down as International Travel Demand Drops
Turbulent Airline Stocks in the Pre-Market Today is Thursday February 27th, 2020. Over the last 2 weeks the market has seen a 9% drop on indices such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The market has been been extremely volatile as the fear regarding certain global conditions continue to rise. A few of the aerospace … Continue reading Turbulent Airline Stocks in the Pre-Market
The 2020 Space Race In recent years commercialization of space travel has become the playground for those who can afford to experiment into the unknown. Some of the most well funded individuals have been taking their shot at creating a cost efficient and reusable space vehicle. Elon Musk and his team at Space X has … Continue reading The 2020 Space Race
Overview of the Market Aviation and Aerospace stocks last week performed as a whole. We are seeing some recovering in the market from the Corona Virus impacting global economy. We saw less flight routes towards the pacific rim of the world as the fear associated with the deadly virus reached the global scale. Hotel and … Continue reading Aviation Stocks on Radar for 2020
Copa Holdings Financial Highlight Copa Holding (NYSE: CPA) ended the day yesterday with a strong 4th quarter financial report. After the results were announced for not only the 4th quarter but 2019 as a whole the stock jumped up nearly 4% after hours. Although the financial report that has been release is preliminary and is … Continue reading Copa Airlines, The “Hub of the Americas”
Cargo Airlines Continue to Fly to China The Coronavirus has certainly shaken the aviation industry over the last few weeks. The first companies to see an immediate affect was the commercial airlines. With restrictions of travelling within certain areas of China in addition to tourism rates dropping down due to lack of demand the airlines … Continue reading Cargo Airlines Continue to Fly to China
Virgin Galactic Virgin Galactic is approaching the Commercial space industry slight different than its competitors at SpaceX or United Launch Alliance. Virgin Galactic is focusing on the tourism side of space. Virgin Galactic under the leadership of Sir Richard Branson believe that space will attract a market of individuals who are hungry for the next … Continue reading Virgin Galactic Stock Taking Off in 2020
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 Textron Inc owner of aircraft brands; Cessna, Hawker and Beechcraft may have a new addition to their lineup, Bombardier. (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc is in talks to sell its business-jet unit to U.S. manufacturer, Textron Inc (NYSE:TXT), the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The Deal The business … Continue reading Textron New Potential Owner of Bombardier Business Jet
Orlando, Florida. January 20, 2020. Florida based National Airlines, is pleased to announce the Airbus 330-200 as its newest addition to its fleet, joining the Boeing 747-400 Freighters and Boeing 757-200 Passenger Aircraft. This aircraft has been delivered with its N819CA registration in National’s striking livery. The Airbus 330-200 commences its international charter missions in … Continue reading National Airlines begins 2020 with the introduction of A330-200 into its fleet
United Airlines Sell off Before Earnings Today is Jan 21st 2020 and this is your Earnings Preparation for United Airlines. After the bell we are schedule to have the conference call to announced how the last quarter of 2019 ended off for United Airlines. When we look to the resources in the Think or Swim … Continue reading United Airlines Sell off Before Earnings
Welcome Boeing's New CEO Today on January 13th, 2020, The Boeing Company welcomes in their new CEO David L. Calhoun to the office to take on the role after Dennis Muilenburg resigned. He has had a strong history of working in this industry from his start with working with General Electric (NYSE: GE) for the … Continue reading New Boeing CEO Steps into Office
Being a Carbon-Neutral U.S. Airline What does it mean exactly to be a Carbon-Neutral Airline? Being a Carbon-Neutral airline means that the Carbon Footprint that is a result of the business practices and operations is negated by either purchasing carbon credits or investing in green practices resulting in a net-neutral offset of carbon emissions. Airlines … Continue reading JetBlue Aims to be First Carbon-Neutral U.S. Airline
Why Aviation is Important in 2020 The Aviation Industry spans the entire globe and is pushing the limits towards exploring travelling outside out immediate atmosphere. As we enter a new year during our few days of the year we are experience what some would call the calm before the storm. As companies and governments are … Continue reading Why the Aviation Industry is Important in 2020
Delta Partnership with Wheels Up Delta Air Lines Inc (NYSE: DAL) recently announced that they would be singing a partnership with private aircraft club Wheels Up. The details of the agreement have yet to be made public although there is plans for the proposal to be complete by 2020. With a long-term partnership in mind … Continue reading Delta Growth on Partnership with Wheels Up
Boeing said late on Sunday the company "will continue to assess production decisions based on the timing and conditions of return to service, which will be based on regulatory approvals and may vary by jurisdiction." This may be the first time in over 20 years that Boeing would completely halt the production line of the … Continue reading Boeing Production of 737-MAX at Risk of Coming to a Halt.
Executive Luxury Bombardier has design an aircraft that certainly grabs the attention of those walking by the tarmac. The Learjet 75 Liberty is a gorgeous aircraft which has redefined the well loved and and very popular Learjet. French Aircraft Manufacture partnered up with some American designers and engineers to increase the efficiency and comfort that … Continue reading The Learjet 75 Liberty
Cessna SkyCourier 408 Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) recently announced their newly designed Cessna Courier. It is a unique and versatile aircraft which I personally had the opportunity of seeing the demo myself at NBAA 2019 In Las Vegas. They had a mock-up of the passenger configuration which was extremely comfortable to walk through. … Continue reading Cessna SkyCourier Coming Soon!
The Aviation Sub-Sectors The start of the week was a bit chaotic as some sectors started pushing up while other lagged behind in the big picture. Overall the market had a lot of stocks that moved generally sidways with a slight bias to the downside. As stocks across the board noticed a strong rally last … Continue reading Pre-Market Overview
Stock Dips Down Lower After Earnings. Embraer has been gaining popularity quickly by the consumer around the world. As I personally attended the National Business Aviation Association conference in Oct 2019 I was able to get a first hand view at some of the new aircraft that Embraer have been developing. Personally speaking from my … Continue reading Embraer Misses Forecast.
Today's Market Overview Aircraft leasing companies have been growing in the double digits over the last year. As sales of brand new aircraft have been slowing down in the U.S. side have slightly dropped with the grounding of the 737 MAX. This was the next flagship aircraft to be released by Boeing and was projected … Continue reading Aircraft Leasing Companies