American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL)

NASDAQ: AAL · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
14.53
+0.42 (2.98%)
At close: Apr 22, 2024, 4:00 PM
14.60
+0.07 (0.48%)
After-hours: Apr 22, 2024, 7:59 PM EDT
2.98%
Market Cap 9.53B
Revenue (ttm) 52.79B
Net Income (ttm) 822.00M
Shares Out 656.05M
EPS (ttm) 1.21
PE Ratio 12.01
Forward PE 5.94
Dividend n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Volume 27,120,819
Open 14.28
Previous Close 14.11
Day's Range 14.18 - 14.68
52-Week Range 10.86 - 19.08
Beta 1.57
Analysts Buy
Price Target 17.93 (+23.4%)
Earnings Date Apr 25, 2024

About AAL

American Airlines Group Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a network air carrier. The company provides scheduled air transportation services for passengers and cargo through its hubs in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C., as well as through partner gateways in London, Doha, Madrid, Seattle/Tacoma, Sydney, and Tokyo. It operates a mainline fleet of 965 aircraft. The company was formerly known as AMR Corporation and changed its name to American Airlines Group I... [Read more]

Industry Airlines
Sector Industrials
Founded 1930
Employees 132,100
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Ticker Symbol AAL
Full Company Profile

Financial Performance

In 2023, AAL's revenue was $52.79 billion, an increase of 7.79% compared to the previous year's $48.97 billion. Earnings were $822.00 million, an increase of 547.24%.

Financial Statements

Analyst Forecast

According to 17 analysts, the average rating for AAL stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is $17.93, which is an increase of 23.40% from the latest price.

Price Target
$17.93
(23.40% upside)
Analyst Consensus: Buy
Stock Forecasts

News

We're not seeing any slowdown in premium travel demand, says JPMorgan's Jamie Baker

Jamie Baker, JPMorgan senior airline analyst, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to break down the airline industry's bifurcation, how premium demand has boosted earnings, and more.

Other symbols: DALJBLULUVUAL
3 days ago - CNBC Television

American Airlines pilots say there's been a 'significant spike' in safety problems

The Allied Pilots Association says safety problems are increasing at American Airlines. It said incidents include tools left in wheel wells and increased collisions between towed planes.

5 days ago - Business Insider

American Airlines pilots union says it's seeing more safety, maintenance issues

DALLAS — The pilots union at American Airlines says there has been “a significant spike” in safety issues at the airline, including fewer routine aircraft inspections and shorter test flights on plane...

7 days ago - Market Watch

American Airlines (AAL) Union Warns of Safety Concerns

American Airlines (AAL) pilots' union is warning of safety concerns. Renita Young discusses this as the union warned members to be vigilant amid a “significant spike” in maintenance issues.

7 days ago - Schwab Network

Big Airlines To Benefit From Summer Travel Boom, Low-Cost Carriers Not So Much

Airlines are gearing up for another strong summer of travel as pent-up pandemic demand and savings continue to drive bookings even in the face of big challenges.

Other symbols: DALJBLULUVUAL
17 days ago - Investopedia

American Red Cross welcomes American Airlines as its newest Mission Leader

American is a longtime supporter of the Red Cross, committing millions of miles each year to power essential travel to assist those in need. WASHINGTON , April 4, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Red...

18 days ago - PRNewsWire

Airline Stocks Can Take Off This Year, UBS Says. Buy These 4, Sell These 2.

Things are about to start looking up for U.S. airlines as cost pressures ease and margins improve later this year. But only select stocks will benefit.

Other symbols: BADALJBLULUVUAL
4 weeks ago - Barrons

JetBlue dropping service to these cities after deals with Spirit, American blocked

JetBlue has lost more than $2 billion since its last profitable year, 2019.

Other symbols: JBLUSAVE
4 weeks ago - New York Post

Should You Pick American Airlines Stock At $14 After A 6% Fall In A Week?

American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) stock has seen a decline of 6% in a week, after it revised its Q1'24 earnings outlook to be at the lower end of its earlier provided range of $(0.15) to $(0.35) per sha...

5 weeks ago - Forbes

FAA says it's investigating tire problem on American Airlines flight to Los Angeles

FORT WORTH, Texas — Federal officials are investigating after an American Airlines plane flying from Dallas to Los Angeles suffered a tire problem, just a week after a United Airlines jetliner lost a ...

5 weeks ago - Market Watch

American Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing At LAX—Joining These Other Airline Mishaps

An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Los Angeles Wednesday night after the Boeing 777 jet blew a tire during takeoff—the latest in a concerning trend of airline incid...

5 weeks ago - Forbes

American Airlines' Boeing 777 flight lands safely at LA airport after possible 'mechanical issue'

An American Airlines flight landed safely at the Los Angeles airport on Wednesday after the pilot reported a possible mechanical issue, the airline said in a statement on Thursday.

Other symbols: BA
5 weeks ago - Reuters

American Airlines Stock Falls Due To Jet Fuel Prices

American Airlines stock dropped just under 5% Tuesday after the company said it would have an adjusted loss at the low end of its prior guidance for this year's first quarter because of higher-than-ex...

5 weeks ago - Forbes

AAL, LUV, BA, DAL: Airlines Fall on Updated Guidance

“Fuel prices have increased considerably,” notes American Airlines (AAL). Robby Silk discusses how airlines fall on updated guidance.

Other symbols: BADALLUV
5 weeks ago - Schwab Network

Southwest and American Airlines Give Guidance Warnings, Shares Plummet

Shares of Southwest Airlines (LUV) and American Airlines Group (AAL) fell Tuesday as problems with Boeing (BA) jet deliveries and higher fuel prices, respectively, are expected to affect their results...

Other symbols: LUV
5 weeks ago - Investopedia

Airlines Need to Boost Revenue. They're Coming for Your Bags.

U.S. airlines are facing tough financial comparisons after a bumper 2023 but they have a plan. It's one consumers will hate–higher checked baggage fees.

Other symbols: DALLUVUAL
6 weeks ago - Barrons

FAA needs 'boots on the ground' at airline maintenance shops: American Airlines Pilot Dennis Tajer

Hosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m.

6 weeks ago - CNBC Television

American Airlines to present at 2024 J.P. Morgan Industrials Conference

FORT WORTH, Texas, March 05, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) CEO Robert Isom will present at the 2024 J.P. Morgan Industrials Conference on Tuesday, March 12, at 8:...

6 weeks ago - GlobeNewsWire

American Airlines Buys 260 Aircraft From Boeing, Embraer, and Airbus

American Airlines (AAL) is buying 260 aircraft from Boeing, Embraer, and Airbus to increase its narrow-body lineup, with an option to add 193 more aircraft.

Other symbols: BAEADSYERJ
7 weeks ago - Investopedia

American Airlines MAX 10 Jet Order Juices Boeing Stock

Boeing stock was languishing Monday until American Airlines announced an order for 270 jets, including 85 Boeing 737 MAX 10 planes.

Other symbols: BA
7 weeks ago - Barrons

American says 80% of 2024 revenue will come from loyalty program members and premium cabins

The airline declined to provide profit or revenue forecasts for the first quarter or full year.

7 weeks ago - CNBC

Boeing's stock rises after American Airlines shows confidence in 737 Max jets

Shares of Boeing Co. turned higher Monday after American Airlines Group Inc. included the aerospace giant's troubled 737 Max line in its orders for 260 new aircraft, which aims at boosting premium sea...

Other symbols: BA
7 weeks ago - Market Watch

American Airlines CEO: Demand is back, we're in a comfortable environment

American Airlines CEO Robert Isom joins 'Money Movers' to discuss why the company has decided to have an investor day after a seven-year hiatus, how the airline can continue to bring down its debt, an...

7 weeks ago - CNBC Television

American Airlines orders 260 new aircraft from Airbus, Boeing and Embraer

American Airlines said on Monday it had agreed to buy a total of 260 new jets from Airbus , Boeing and Embraer , as the carrier targets increased capacity to meet soaring demand for travel.

Other symbols: BAEADSYERJ
7 weeks ago - Reuters

American Airlines orders hundreds of new planes, plans bigger first class

American's order includes 85 of Boeing's yet-to-be certified 737 Max 10 aircraft.

7 weeks ago - CNBC