Author: Ally Schmidt

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American Airlines (AAL) reported its third-quarter earnings results before the market opened on October 25.

Southwest Airlines (LUV) reported its Q3 2018 results before the markets opened on October 25. Its revenues rose 5.1% YoY to $5.6 billion.

Boeing reported its third-quarter earnings results on October 24. Its stellar performance has provided a boost to investors' sentiments.

JetBlue Airways’ capacity growth has slowed down in the past few months.

Despite American Airlines' significant gain on Friday, United Continental continues to be the top-performing stock in the industry this year.

Airbus left no stone unturned to win the 2017 order race against Boeing.

In August, Southwest Airlines’ (LUV) capacity increased 2% YoY (year-over-year) after recording growth of 3.2% in July.

Although Boeing (BA) is increasing aircraft production, its suppliers haven’t caught up and aircraft are stacking up outside its plants.

Delta Air Lines (DAL) just reported that it flew 18.3 million passengers last month—the most ever for the month of August and 4% higher than last August.

The Boeing Company (BA) won a huge contract with the US Navy to build MQ-25A Stingray drones. The drones fly out of aircraft carriers and refuel combat jets.