AAL - アメリカン航空グル―プ (American Airlines Group Inc.) アメリカン航空グル―プ

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symbol AAL
会社名 American Airlines Group Inc (アメリカン航空グル―プ)
分野(sector) Transportation   ヘルスケア
産業(industry) Air Freight/Delivery Services  
業種 空運業   工業(Industrials)
概要 事業概要 アメリカン・エアライン・グループ(American Airlines Group Inc)は持株会社である。同社の主要事業は乗客と貨物の定期航空輸送を提供するネットワーク航空会社の運営である。同社は乗客・貨物の航空輸送を提供する米国事業を通じて運営する。同社の貨物事業は世界中の施設とインターライン接続を有する貨物と郵便のサービスを提供する。   アメリカン航空グル―プは米国の大手航空会社。持株会社制で、子会社アメリカン航空を通じて旅客事業と貨物事業をグロ―バルに展開する。ハブ空港をダラス/フォ―トワ―ス、ニューヨークJFK、シカゴ、マイアミに構える。地域間航空会社のエンボイ・エビエ―ション、ピ―ドモント航空、PSA航空をネットワ―クの傘下に持つ。本社はテキサス州フォ―トワ―ス。   American Airlines Group, Inc. is a holding company, which engages in the operation of a network carrier through its principal wholly-owned mainline operating subsidiary, American. The firm offers air transportation for passengers and cargo. It operates through the following geographical segments: Department of Transportation Domestic; Department of Transportation Latin America; Department of Transportation Atlantic; and Department of Transportation Pacific. The company was founded on December 9, 2013 and is headquartered in Fort Worth, TX.
本社所在地 4333 Amon Carter Blvd. Fort Worth TX 76155 USA
代表者氏名 Robert D. Isom ロバートD.アイソム
代表者役職名 President 社長
電話番号 +1 817-963-1234
設立年月日 30225
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear ―年
従業員数 126600人
url www.aa.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/aal
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 6342
終値(lastsale) 35.87
時価総額(marketcap) 16518465577.92
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 15450.08
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 43523
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 34852.08
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 2464
決算概要 2018年6月30日に終了した6ヶ月間、アメリカン航空グループの収益は5%増加して22.04億ドルになりました。純利益は38%減の7億5200万ドルでした。収入は負荷係数の合計を反映します - 1%から81.9%への増加%乗客は4%増の$ 20.15Bで、その他の増加は9%から$ 1.4Bです。純利益は給与賃金と相殺され、利益は4%増の6.11B(費用)でした。その他の営業費用は8%増の$ 2.59B(費用)でした。

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   American Airlines plans to return Boeing 737 Max to service at year-end  2020/10/18 00:00:00 Investing.com Canada
American Airlines plans to return Boeing 737 Max to service at year-end
   Airline Crew Spots 'Guy In Jetpack' Flying 6,000 Feet Over LAX In 2nd 'Dangerous' Incident  2020/10/15 20:40:00 Zero Hedge
Airline Crew Spots 'Guy In Jetpack' Flying 6,000 Feet Over LAX In 2nd 'Dangerous' Incident Tyler Durden Thu, 10/15/2020 - 16:40 Another bizarre jetpack incident outside Los Angeles International Airport has left eyewitnesses and authorities scratching their heads. Recall that an initial mysterious incident over a month ago made headlines after a man soaring through the air via jetpack was seen an alarming mere 300 yards away from an American Airlines flight. While the FBI is still investigating that first sighting, another incident occurred Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration has confirmed . This new spotting occurred at about 1:45pm Wednesday, with "someone in a jet pack" was seen flying near a China Airlines flight at about 6,000 feet altitude , and seven miles northwest of LAX. Jetpack illustrative file image, via Air Live The flight crew alerted the tower to the new sighting, which once again has spurred speculation over if it's the same individual, or perhaps a copycat.
   United States Domestic Air Cargo Transportation Services Procurement Report 2020 Featuring United Parcel Service, FedEx, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines - ResearchAndMarkets.com  2020/10/15 13:18:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Domestic Air Cargo Transportation Services in the US - Procurement Research Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This report is intended to assist buyers of domestic air cargo transportation services. This report focuses on flights that have both a point of origin and destination within the 50 states and US territories. This type of transportation, also called airfreight transportation, involves moving parcels, letters and perishable
   United Airlines lost a massive $1.8 billion, cut thousands of staff, and burned through $25 million a day in the third quarter  2020/10/15 13:00:56 Business Insider
Summary List Placement United Airlines lost $1.8 billion in the third quarter of the year, following low demand for flights during what is normally the busiest travel season of the year. That was about $200 million more than it lost in the second quarter. It made about $1 billion over the same period in 2019. It had cut its workforce by 22,000 employees since the end of 2019, leading to roughly $765 million in pretax costs in the third quarter, it said Wednesday. About 13,000 of these cuts were through furloughs, and 9,000 through voluntary departures. The Chicago-based airline said it cut operating costs by 59% in the third quarter, and had nearly $20 billion of liquidity to position it for an eventual recovery from the COVID-19 crisis that has hammered the travel industry. Airline executives have signaled a slow but steady improvement in leisure demand, but do not foresee a recovery to 2019 levels for at least two years, with business and international travel particularly slow to bounce back amid ongoing travel restrictions. "We're ready to turn the page on seven months that have been dedicated to developing and implementing extraordinary and often painful measures, like furloughing 13,000 team members, to survive the worst financial crisis in aviation history," United's CEO Scott Kirby said.
   Sabre and American Airlines renew global distribution agreement as the industry eyes recovery  2020/10/15 12:30:00 PR Newswire
SOUTHLAKE, Texas, Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, and American Airlines have renewed their long-term, worldwide distribution agreement. Under the renewed agreement, Sabre will…
   American Airlines OKs Black Lives Matter pins for employees  2020/09/08 18:40:32 ABC News
American Airlines says employees can wear pins supporting Black Lives Matter
   American Airlines Allows Flight Attendants to Wear Black Lives Matter Pins  2020/09/07 23:51:00 Breitbart News
American Airlines crews will be allowed to wear Black Lives Matter pins on their uniforms while on duty, the company announced Sunday.
   American Airlines faces backlash after allowing cabin crew to wear Black Lives Matter pins on duty  2020/09/07 10:39:50 Daily Mail Online
The nation's largest commercial jet carrier announced on Sunday that it would be introducing the policy across its fleet. But it has run into opposition among staff who are 'completely disgusted'.
   American Airlines allows crew to wear 'BLM' pin, sparking backlash from some members  2020/09/06 21:25:06 Fox News
American Airlines on Sunday announced that it will allow their flight attendants to wear “Black Lives Matter” pins on their uniform while on duty as the company works to design its own pin that will show its symbolic support of a diverse and inclusive work environment.
   American Airlines policy allowing BLM pins faces backlash from workers  2020/09/06 19:59:27 New York Post
There’s pin-demonium brewing at American Airlines. Top brass at the nation’s largest commercial jet carrier is facing turbulence from within after it announced that flight attendants are now allowed to wear Black Lives Matter pins on their uniforms while on duty. The move has irked some of American’s white New York staffers, including those who…
   American Airlines: Will the Balloon Stay Up?  2020/08/27 16:02:47 InvestorPlace
In January AAL stock was a solid investment at $29/share. Now it's a speculation at $13 as the pandemic keeps people grounded.
   Strong Earnings From Salesforce Could Help Tech, But Retail Hit By Disappointing Nordstrom Results  2020/08/26 14:16:42 Benzinga
Though Fed meetings don’t have much drama in the COVID-19 era, any speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell can still put investors on the edge of their seats. Tomorrow’s Jackson Hole symposium—which won’t be in Wyoming for obvious reasons—is a good example. It sounds like Powell’s going to be talking inflation in his speech after tomorrow’s opening bell, and the 10-year Treasury yield has been creeping up as investors await his words. While stocks have a mixed tone this morning, it’s interesting to see the 10-year yield climbing above 0.7% early on for the second day in a row. This might point to investors getting a sense that the Fed can’t be ultra-dovish forever, though it seems doubtful Powell would change his tone tomorrow. Headlines emphasized that Powell might be addressing “average inflation targeting,” which means letting inflation run hotter than 2% at times to offset other periods when inflation is below that. This could translate into the Fed getting less focused on its longtime 2% inflation target and allowing inflation to run above 2% if it’s spent a long time below that.
   American Airlines Dodged One Bullet But May Get Hit with Another  2020/08/26 09:01:59 InvestorPlace
AAL stock may win the coronavirus wars with American Airlines utilizing a new solution. However, there’s another problem lurking.
   Airline Job Cuts Could Pressure Congress and Trump on Stimulus  2020/08/25 21:58:47 New York Times
American Airlines said it would furlough 19,000 workers if lawmakers do not extend aid to the industry, which has been hammered by the pandemic.
   American Airlines plans to cut 19,000 jobs unless it gets more U.S. aid  2020/08/25 19:55:20 Los Angeles Times
American Airlines says it will furlough 17,500 workers and lay off 1,500 once federal payroll aid expires Oct. 1 amid the coronavirus crisis.

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