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This Week on BNET (Oct 13 – 17)

Air Canada, American, BNET, Boeing, Continental, Delta, Fares, Mergers/Finance, Northwest, Schedule Changes, Southwest

American Airlines Gets Closer to A La Carte Pricing
American has talked about moving closer to a true a la carte pricing system like Air Canada. This is a big win for airlines and their customers.

Airlines May Weather Financial Crisis Well
Demand may be going down but so are fuel prices, and that could make for some good news for airlines. Quarterly earnings are right around the corner.

Are Delta’s Turboprop Moves an Ominous Sign for Memphis?
Word is out that Delta plans to shift some of Northwest’s turboprop flying into its Atlanta hub. Does this mean that Memphis will be shrinking?

Delta Reports Quarterly Loss But Outlook is Positive
It’s earnings season, and Delta kicked it off with a $26 million loss ex special items. These aren’t bad results, and the outlook is actually pretty positive.

American Sees Third Quarter Loss, Warns of Challenges
American reported a loss this quarter, but the outlook was thought to be improving. CEO Gerard Arpey, however, cautioned about challenges ahead.

Two Important Things to Know About Continental and Southwest Earnings
Hurricane Ike and fuel hedges? These two things matter a lot when reviewing Continental and Southwest’s earning reports.

Boeing Strike May Be Good News for Airlines
Maybe that headline is a bit of an overstatement, but the month-long Boeing strike isn’t all bad news for airlines. In fact, some may be happy with it.

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