Analyst Opinion on Southwest Airlines Co. and JetBlue Airways

Analyst Opinion on Southwest Airlines Co. and JetBlue Airways Corp. -
A Delicate Balancing Act for Regional Airlines 
LONDON -- (Marketwire) -- 11/06/12 --  Regional airlines, such as
Southwest Airlines Co. and JetBlue Airways Corporation, enjoyed lower
fuel costs towards the end of the third quarter. However, some
anticipate that slower growth could curb the fourth quarter as demand
began to slow in September. The end of the third quarter saw lower
traffic and profits due to weak business travel demand; although,
fare hikes helped to offset this somewhat. Discount carriers seem to
once again be on top as they benefit from their low-cost structure
and some profit from expansion into new markets.  
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While headwinds remain, higher efficiency, improved supply-and-demand
balance and consolidations are expected to aid the industry moving
forward. Earlier this month the International Air Transport
Association increased its global airlines profit forecast by a third
to $4.1 billion, but it stated that the industry remains at risk with
low margins. Analyst opinion on Southwest Airlines Co. accessible for
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Airlines' fourth quarter financials have now been thrown an added
curve ball in Sandy. Following the hurricane's attack, New York'
airports have all now reopened albeit operating under reduced
schedules. An estimated 20,000 flights were canceled due to the
superstorm and some expect its monetary impact on individual airlines
to range from $25 to $45 million. See what our analysts have to say
on JetBlue Airways Corporation. Follow the Link below 
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