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From: Sam11/16/2021 6:36:10 AM
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Southwest Airlines Price Target Cut to $59.00/Share From $63.00 by Goldman Sachs
Cut to Neutral from Buy.

Dow Jones Newswires November 16, 2021 06:29:00 AM ET

Previous close $48.42



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From: OldAIMGuy11/26/2021 10:50:53 AM
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Re: MESA Air Group..............

Today's dip triggered a GTC Limit Order at $6.89 to buy an additional 12%
shares. That's about an 18% discount from my recent sale.

P/E = 7.3
Price/Book = 0.50
Price/Sales = 0.53
Beta = 2.89
Short Interest = 2.2%

JETS needs to drop below $19.50 to trigger further accumulation on my part.

Best wishes,
OAG Tom

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From: Moonray11/26/2021 1:10:43 PM
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Travel doors slam shut as new Covid variant triggers alarm

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To: Sam who wrote (1670)11/26/2021 4:19:24 PM
From: Moonray
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Robust post-thanksgiving air travel WAS supposed to have been a good thing:

__Symbol__Price__Chg __%
UAL

42.26-4.47-9.57%
SKYW

41.06-3.17-7.17%
SAVE

20.60-1.78-7.95%
LUV

44.96-2.03-4.32%
JBLU

13.62-0.84-5.81%
HA

18.26-1.56-7.87%
DAL

36.38-3.31-8.34%
ALK

49.45-3.46-6.54%
AAL

17.75-1.71-8.79%
JETS

20.53-1.59-7.19%


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From: Sam11/30/2021 7:44:26 AM
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BUZZ-Moderna CEO warns COVID-19 vaccines may be less effective against new variant
** Alaska Air Group Inc: down 2.6% premarket
** American Airlines Group Inc: down 2.5% premarket
** Southwest Airlines Co: down 2.3% premarket
** Delta Air Lines Inc: down 2.7% premarket
** United Airlines Holdings Inc: down 2.9% premarket
** Spirit Airlines Inc: down 3.1% premarket
** JetBlue Airways Corporation: down 2.7% premarket
** The Boeing Company: down 2.3% premarket
** Company's Name: down 2.6% premarket
** Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd: down 2.5% premarket
** Carnival Corporation: down 3.2% premarket
** TripAdvisor Inc: down 3.0% premarket
** Expedia Group Inc: down 3.2% premarket
** Booking Holdings Inc: down 1.6% premarket
** Marriott International Inc: down 2.5% premarket
** Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc: down 2.3% premarket
** Hyatt Hotels Corporation: down 1.8% premarket
** Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited: down 1.2% premarket
** Wynn Resorts Limited: down 2.1% premarket
** MGM Resorts International: down 2.7% premarket
** Las Vegas Sands Corp: down 2.4% premarket

BUZZ-Travel stocks tumble again as COVID-19 fears resurface


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From: Sam12/3/2021 6:18:03 PM
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Scrutiny of U.S. airline assistance grows in Congress
Reuters December 03, 2021 05:31:00 PM ET

WASHINGTON, Dec 3 (Reuters) - The leaders of the U.S. House Transportation Committee have asked a major airline industry trade group to answer questions about $54 billion in government payroll aid carriers got.

Committee chair Peter DeFazio, a Democrat, and the panel's top Republican Sam Graves, asked Airlines for America (A4A) to answer questions about staffing reductions despite the taxpayer assistance.

The lawmakers in a letter late Thursday noted questions have been raised about disruptions at two major U.S. carriers in recent months. They asked in the letter if that is the result of "a shortage of workers in key operational areas, despite the approximately $50 billion in aid" from Congress.

"We expect airlines to take whatever measures are available to ameliorate any short-staffing issues and begin to address longer-term workforce shortages."

The letter comes as the Senate Commerce Committee has invited the chief executives of seven major U.S. airlines to testify at an oversight hearing now expected to take place Dec. 15.

Senator Maria Cantwell, a Democrat who chairs the panel, is inviting the CEOs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines , Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Alaska Airlines and Spirit Airlines to testify, Reuters reported earlier this week.

Many of those CEOs are expected to be in Washington on Dec. 15 to take part in an A4A meeting, officials said.

Cantwell said the CEOs should testify.

"I would encourage them to show up," Cantwell told Reuters on Wednesday. "I think it is bad faith not to show up ... The public deserves to know some answers."

She added "we're going to do our oversight role because this was a lot of money."

The airlines declined comment or did not immediately comment.

Starting in March 2020, Congress approved three separate rounds of taxpayer bailouts totaling $54 billion to cover much of U.S. airlines' payroll costs through Sept. 30 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Airlines that received government assistance were not allowed to issue involuntary layoffs or cut worker pay. They also had to limit executive compensation and halt share buybacks and dividend payments.



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From: Sam12/6/2021 2:07:40 PM
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Airline stocks took flight Monday, as some encouraging comments from Dr. Anthony Fauci regarding the omicron variant's severity helped calm investor fears regarding potential future travel restrictions. The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) jumped 7.2% in midday trading, toward its biggest one-day gain in 13 months, with 43 of 50 equity components gaining ground. The ETF has now gained 11.3% since closing at a 13-month low on Dec. 1. Among the best performing and most- active U.S.-listed components, shares of United Airlines Holdings Inc. (UAL) climbed 11.1% in midday trading, was the S&P 500's second-biggest gainer and was on track for the best day since Nov. 9, 2020. Among other more-active U.S. air carriers, shares of American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL) rallied 10.2%, Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) ran up 8.6%, Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV) rose 5.3% and JetBlue Airways Corp. (JBLU) jumped 7.6%. The stocks' gains come amid a broad market rally, with the S&P 500 up 1.2%.


-Tomi Kilgore For more from MarketWatch: marketwatch.com



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From: Moonray12/6/2021 4:21:38 PM
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U.S. is changing the rules for international travel
because of omicron. Here’s what you need to know

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From: Moonray12/6/2021 4:23:33 PM
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Boeing, travel stocks surge as investors shrug off omicron concerns

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