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Why Airlines Are on the Decline: Insights for 3Q17

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Why Airlines Are on the Decline: Insights for 3Q17 PART 9 OF 13

What Wall Street Analysts Recommend for the Major Airlines

Analyst recommendations

Analysts continue to favor Delta Air Lines (DAL) over the other major carriers. Sixteen out of 17 analysts (94.1%) tracking the stock recommend a “buy,” while the remaining 5.9% are recommending a “hold.”

What Wall Street Analysts Recommend for the Major Airlines

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Fifteen out of the 17 analysts (84.6%) tracking Alaska Air (ALK) recommend a “buy” on the stock, and 15.4% recommend a “hold.” Next is Southwest Airlines (LUV), for which 13 out of the 18 analysts tracking the stock (72.2%) recommend a “buy” and 27.8% recommend a “hold.” Ten out of the 17 (58.8%) analysts tracking United Continental (UAL) recommend a “buy” and 41.2% recommend a “hold.”

Seven out of the 13 (53.8%) analysts tracking Spirit Airlines (SAVE) recommend a “buy” and 46.2% recommend a “hold.” Seven out of the 15 (46.7%) analysts tracking JetBlue (JBLU) recommend a “buy,” 46.7% recommend a “hold,” and the remaining 6.7% are recommending a “sell.” American Airlines (AAL) seems to be the least favored stock, with only seven out of the 17 (41.2%) analysts recommending a “buy,” 47.1% recommending a “hold,” and 11.8% recommending a “sell.”

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