United Airlines Holdings Inc   (UAL)
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    Sector  Transportation    Industry Airline
   Industry Airline
   Sector  Transportation
Price: $48.2450 $-0.26 -0.526%
Day's High: $48.555 Week Perf: 0.49 %
Day's Low: $ 47.96 30 Day Perf: 12.41 %
Volume (M): 399 52 Wk High: $ 55.04
Volume (M$): $ 19,216 52 Wk Avg: $42.15
Open: $48.03 52 Wk Low: $31.58

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 15,864
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 329
 Employees 84,100
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 43,984
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -300
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -6,395
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 4,123

United Airlines Holdings Inc

United Continental Holdings, Inc. is a holding company and its principal, wholly-owned subsidiaries are United Air Lines, Inc. and Continental Airlines, Inc. United and Continental transport people and cargo through their mainline operations, which utilize full-sized jet aircraft, and regional operations, which utilize smaller aircraft that are operated under contract by United Express, Continental Express and Continental Connection carriers.

With key global air rights in the U.S., Pacific region, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America, UAL has the world’s most comprehensive global route network. UAL, through United and Continental and their regional carriers, operates approximately 5,800 flights a day to more than 375 U.S. domestic and international destinations from the Company’s hubs at A.B. Won Pat International Airport (“Guam”), Chicago O’Hare International Airport (“Chicago O’Hare”), Denver International Airport (“Denver”), George Bush Intercontinental Airport (“Houston Bush”), Hopkins International Airport (“Cleveland Hopkins”), Los Angeles International Airport (“LAX”), Newark Liberty International Airport (“New York Liberty”), San Francisco International Airport (“SFO”) and Washington Dulles International Airport (“Washington Dulles”).

Including its regional operations, United operates approximately 3,350 flights a day to more than 235 U.S. domestic and international destinations based on its annual flight schedule.

All of the Company’s domestic hubs are located in large business and population centers, contributing to a large amount of “origin and destination” traffic. Our hub and spoke system allows us to transport passengers between a large number of destinations with substantially more frequent service than if each route were served directly. Our hub system also allows us to add service to a new destination from a large number of cities using only one or a limited number of aircraft.

Alliances. United and Continental have a number of bilateral and multilateral alliances with other airlines, which enhance travel options for customers seeking access to markets that United and Continental do not serve directly. These marketing alliances typically include one or more of the following features: joint loyalty program participation; codesharing of flight operations (whereby seats on one carrier’s selected flights can be marketed under the brand name of another carrier); coordination of reservations, ticketing, passenger check-in, baggage handling and flight schedules; and other resource-sharing activities.

Loyalty Programs. United’s Mileage Plus program and Continental’s OnePass program build customer loyalty by offering awards and services to program participants. Members in these programs can earn mileage credit for flights on United, United Express, Continental, Continental Express and Continental Connection, members of Star Alliance and certain other airlines that participate in the programs. Miles can also be earned by purchasing the goods and services of our non-airline partners, such as retail merchants, hotels, car rental companies and credit card issuers.

Distribution Channels. The majority of the Company’s airline seat inventory continues to be distributed through the traditional channels of travel agencies and global distribution systems (“GDS”). The growing use of internal websites, such as www.united.com and www.continental.com, alternative distribution systems and new GDS entrants provides the Company with an opportunity to de-commoditize its services, better control its content, make more targeted offerings, retain its customers, enhance its brand and lower its ticket distribution costs.

Domestic Competition. The domestic airline industry is highly competitive and dynamic. In domestic markets, new and existing U.S. carriers are generally free to initiate service between any two points within the United States. The Company’s competitors consist primarily of other airlines and, to a lesser extent, other forms of transportation and emerging technological substitutes such as videoconferencing. Competition can be direct, in the form of another carrier flying the exact non-stop route, or indirect where a carrier serves the same two cities non-stop from an alternative airport in that city, or via an itinerary requiring a connection at another airport.
Carriers that operate as low cost carriers or that have lower cost structures achieved through reorganization may be more competitive with the rest of the industry, resulting in lower fares for such carriers’ passengers with a potential negative impact on the Company’s revenues. In addition, future airline mergers or acquisitions may enable airlines to improve their revenue and cost performance relative to peers and thus enhance their competitive position within the industry.

International Competition. In international markets the Company competes not only with U.S. airlines, but also with foreign carriers. Competition on specified international routes is subject to varying degrees of governmental regulations. The United States and European Union (“EU”) agreement in 2008 to reduce restrictions on flight operations between the two regions has increased competition for United’s transatlantic network from both U.S. and European airlines. In our Pacific operations, competition is expected to increase as the governments of the United States and China recently approved additional U.S. and Chinese airlines to fly new routes between the two countries, although the commencement of some new services to China was postponed due to the weak global economy.

   Company Address: 233 South Wacker Drive, Chicago, 60606 IL
   Company Phone Number: 825-4000   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ UAL
   UAL is expected to report next financial results on July 20, 2023.

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Mesa Air Group Inc

Consolidating revenue at the company all along the January to March 31 2023 three months

Mesa Air Group Inc, a leading American regional airline headquartered in Phoenix, has announced its latest financial results. Unfortunately, the numbers are not encouraging for company investors, as they indicate a significant cumulative net loss of $-170 million over a 12-month period ending in the second quarter of 2023. This loss has led to a negative ROI of -18.87%, which is not a promising sign.
In comparison to other companies in the transportation sector, Mesa Air Group Inc's ROI is lower than 48 competitors, indicating the company's position in the industry. However, there have been some improvements in the overall ranking, with progress made from 3455 in the first quarter to 1958 in the second quarter.

Allegiant Travel Co

The company announced an unexpected accomplishment, amid the financial span closing Mar 31 2023

Allegiant Travel Co recently released its first quarter financial report for 2023. While the company's revenue rose by 37.519%, from $808 million to $1.09 billion, its net profit per share plummeted to $3.09 per share. This is compared to the $5.49 eps earned in the same period in 2022. Although Allegiant Travel Co experienced a decline in net profits, the company's revenue growth indicates that the airline is on track towards recovery.
In the same period in 2022, Allegiant Travel Co reported a net loss of $6.06 per share. The company's net profits of $56.149 million in the first quarter of 2023 marked a decrease of -40.91% from the previous year's corresponding period. This decline can be attributed to the challenges faced by the airline industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alaska Air Group Inc

The company declared memorable behavior, amid the financial interval closing Mar 31 2023

Alaska Air Group Inc has reported its fiscal first quarter results for 2023, and the numbers paint a mixed picture for the airline company. On one hand, the revenue has increased by an impressive 15.64% to $2.20 billion from the same quarter a year prior. However, the news is not as good when looking at the net earnings, which dropped from a positive $18.000 million in the 2022 quarter to a negative $142.000 million in the 2023 corresponding period.
The income per share has improved sequentially from $-2.43 per share to $-1.11 per share, but this is still worse than the $0.14 per share from the 2022 fiscal first quarter. The financial report shows a lot of inconsistencies across the different metrics, making it difficult to draw straightforward conclusions about the company's performance.

Skywest Inc

A humbling quarter by Skywest Inc in the most recent fiscal period

Skywest Inc is a regional airline company based in the United States that provides commercial air services to more than 200 destinations. The company operates flights under various codeshare agreements with larger airlines and has a fleet of more than 450 aircraft. Skywest Inc has been in operation since 1972, and today, it is one of the largest regional airlines in the country.
The recent financial results for the first quarter of 2023 show that Skywest Inc achieved a return on average invested assets (ROI) of 0.61%, which is below the company's average ROI of 7.34%. The ROI fell compared to the fourth quarter of 2022, despite the net income growth. Within the Transportation sector, 40 other companies had a higher return on investment, indicating that Skywest Inc's performance isn't meeting industry expectations.

Frontier Group Holdings Inc

Failed to turn into profitability despite the surge in revenue, the company in the most recent fiscal period

Frontier Group Holdings Inc is a forward-thinking airline company that has managed to weather the storm of 2020 and come out on top. While the company lost money at $-0.06 per share in the most recent fiscal period, its revenue surged by a staggering 40.165% to $848.00 million from the comparable quarter a year ago. This shows that Frontier Group Holdings Inc is on the path to recovery and growth.
During the previous quarter, the airline company realized revenue of $906.00 million and $0.19 per share, which demonstrates that the company is steadily improving its financial performance. Moreover, in the first quarter of 2023 earnings season, Frontier Group Holdings Inc reported a net loss of $-13.000 million, instead of a deficit of $-121.000 million in the comparable quarter a year ago, meaning the company has made changes to improve its financial stability.


United Airlines Holdings Inc's Segments
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United Airlines Holdings Inc does not provide revenue guidance.

Earnings Outlook
United Airlines Holdings Inc does not provide earnings estimates.

Geographic Revenue Dispersion
Latin America

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