Technical Analysis on Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways: What to expect
in 2013 following a strong 2012?
LONDON, January 24, 2013
LONDON, January 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Regional Airlines, including JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) and Southwest
Airlines (NYSE: LUV) seem to have enjoyed a strong end to 2012. StockCall
follows these companies as they enter 2013, and our analysts have completed a
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According to AirlineFinancials.com LLC's projections, in the U.S. during the
fourth quarter the seven biggest airlines' profit will come to $152 million
from a record $33.3 billion in revenues. Both Southwest Airlines and JetBlue
Airways are likely to announce record 4 ^th quarter revenues, as JetBlue is
expected to report a $5 million profit from $1.2 billion revenue, while
Southwest Airlines is expected to report $46 million profit from $4.2 billion
revenue. Download the free report on JetBlue Airways at
Airlines have increasingly been charging fees for various services and
privileges. Most recently Southwest Airlines Co. [ Free Report on LUV ] ^[ ^1
^] has announced a $40 priority boarding fee. Available at the gate on the day
of travel, the fee guarantees passengers will be around the front of the
boarding line and improves their chances of getting the seat they want and a
space in the overhead bin.
Meanwhile, JetBlue has solidified its dedication to football and its fans with
extra flights between Baltimore and New Orleans for the Superbowl.
Furthermore, on February 3, 2013 travellers will be offered onboard specials
in celebration of the game.
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