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Airline Discussion Board
An SI Board Since January 1997
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Emcee:  Sam Type:  Moderated
This board used to be the American Airline board. However, it is more reasonable IMO to have a board that discusses more generally the broader airline business. This includes the "big four" airlines in the US (AAL, DAL, UAL, and LUV) as well as international carriers and suppliers such as Boeing and Airbus and GE and any other businesses that supply airlines (leasing companies, food suppliers, etc). The business is undergoing huge changes thanks to the coronavirus pandemic; talking about those changes is also very relevant to the board. That doesn't mean that the board should veer into politics--NO POLITICS. Any post deemed to be political will be deleted and any poster who veers into politics more than once will be banned.

An airline is a company that provides air transport services for
traveling passengers and freight. Airlines utilize aircraft to supply
these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other
airlines for codeshare agreements, in which they both offer and
operate the same flight. Generally, airline companies are recognized
with an air operating certificate or license issued by a governmental
aviation body. Airlines may be scheduled or charter operators.
more at Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org

U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS)
[added by suggestion of Moonray]

JETS is the only ETF that exclusively holds airline industry stocks, and is heavily invested in U.S.-based airline industry stocks, including DAL and UAL. JETS tracks the performance of the Global Jets Index, which features a mix of U.S.-based and international airline stocks, with a few airline manufacturers, air cargo suppliers and other air-related stocks for diversification.

The fund was created in 2015, and that’s sufficient history to attract assets and review historic performance (three years’ minimum is ideal). Expenses are 0.60, or $60 in one year, for every $10,000 invested.

The current makeup of JETS:

Southwest Airlines Co. 12.05%
American Airlines Group, Inc. 10.80%
Delta Air Lines, Inc. 9.45%
United Airlines Holdings, Inc. 9.14%
Air Transport Services Group, Inc. 5.83%
SkyWest, Inc 4.63%
Allegiant Travel Company 4.30%
Alaska Air Group, Inc. 4.26%
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1837 Southwest Changed Flying. Now It Can't Change Fast Enough. -- WSJ Dow JonesSam1June 15
1836American shares tumble 15% after sales strategy backfires; carrier cuts growth PJohn Koligman1May 29
1835DOT forcing airlines to give full refunds for canceled and delayed flights Apr.Sam-April 24
1834JETS shows good accumulation since last year's low point. That's after aOldAIMGuy1March 25
1833I wonder whether that's really valid, given that government taxes and fees aSelectric II-March 17
1832Why do airlines charge so much for checked bags? This obscure rule helps explainS. maltophilia-March 16
1831Southwest is getting screwed here. NOT a good idea to be totally dependent on onJohn Koligman2March 12
1830American Airlines Bumps Up Baggage Fees -- WSJ Dow Jones Newswires Sam-February 20
1829JetBlue Stock Is Soaring After Icahn Takes Stake. It's an Eventful Start forSam-February 13
1828Porter could consider IPO in the ‘mid-term’: CEO Bloomberg January 28, 2024 [Glenn Petersen-January 28
1827Boeing will lose money and have to compensate airlines for bad product design. Art Bechhoefer-January 8
1826The Boeing 737 Max 9 is grounded - what does that mean for airline stocks? Jan. Sam-January 8
1825How the "big five" airlines came to dominate the skies Rahul MukherjeeGlenn Petersen112/9/2023
1824Why Everyone Hates Alaska Air's Hawaiian Airlines Takeover -- Even If They TSam-12/5/2023
1823MESA had a big day today and briefly cracked the $1.00 price line. That was nearOldAIMGuy112/4/2023
1822Just heard Blumberg follow up guest says JBLU merger/buyout with Spirit will be rdkflorida2-12/4/2023
1821From iHUB post....>> JBLU, just heard comment on Blumberg, Jblu to "crdkflorida2-12/4/2023
1820Drunk and Asleep on the Job: Air Traffic Controllers Pushed to the Brink A natioJohn Koligman212/2/2023
1819....Controllers also said problems with their radio frequency made it difficulS. maltophilia110/12/2023
1818Higher crude oil prices are pushing up the cost of jet fuel, which means airlineArt Bechhoefer39/22/2023
1817JETS has been under severe pressure for all of Q3 so far. [graphic] We canOldAIMGuy19/22/2023
1816I've noticed this for several years now. "Points" are essentially Sam-9/22/2023
1815Delta’s SkyMiles changes have convinced me to stop chasing airline status, and tS. maltophilia19/21/2023
1814Southwest Airlines Stock Drops As August Leisure Bookings Were On Low End Of ExpSam19/6/2023
1813Airlines Adjust to the New Reality of Business Travel: It's Not Coming Back Sam17/28/2023
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