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A holding company, which provides air transportation service to, from and throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
Trading under Graham number. Quality airlines. Well run. Should outperform.
Franchise Business in unloved industry
I think Japan is coming back and that should helps HA. Seems an attractive takeover target in an industry that's seen much recent m&a.
Hawaiian includes aspects of growth and value in a compelling combination. The company trades at just 6 times earnings, largely because Hawaiian's pretax margin has come under pressure in the past year or two. However, as new international routes to Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and Taiwan mature in the next three years, Hawaiian should experience significant margin expansion.
Earnings this year expected to be higher than last year, and the PEG of only 0.21 gives a nice cushion against negative earnings surprises.
Watching this stock. Expext growth around 60% this year
Asia growth and strength versus the dollar.Dominant market position since Aloha went BK.The greatest place on earth.
Staycations are very popular given the economy, but there are those who have this on the bucket list. It's a gotta do! Then there are those islanders who have transplanted to the mainland. For them, like me, Ohana (Family) reunions make HA a lifeline.
Solid leadership, creative direction, strong foothold, asia-pacific regions demonstrating longterm growth.
Hawaiian Airlines, transports passengers and cargo between Honolulu and about a dozen major cities in the western US. Transpacific routes account for most of the carrier's revenue. Hawaiian Airlines also serves four of the six main Hawaiian Islands and destinations in the South Pacific such as American Samoa, Australia, the Philippines, and Tahiti. It operates a fleet of about 30 Boeing aircraft (Boeing 717 for flights between the Hawaiian Islands and Boeing 767 for transpacific flights). In addition to its scheduled passenger and cargo operations, Hawaiian Airlines provides charter services.
Hawaiian Airlines has an "outside of the box" CEO who clearly understands that from within, a company thrives. To step aboard a Hawaiian Airlines flight is truly your start to your vacation of thier delicious destinations!
pair trade - Long HA and short AMR
no competition in a rising marketplace
HA has gone too low. This stock is on its way back up as I type this. Good company with a low P/E and buying back stock. There is only one way this stock is going to go, and that is up.
Southwest might be interested in forming marketing alliance maybe similar to Mexican Volaris or even code sharing? There could be very big benefits because of some hubs overlap.OAK, Portland, SAN,LAS; you name it. Also Hawaiian should expand to Denver. LUV can't fight United in Denver alone...Hawaiian really needs that connection going east and Southwest needs what Hawaiian is offering going west, even beyond Hawaii. Manilla, Sydney, Tokyo, Guam, Papete code share with Korean to Seoul.. Can someone tip senior management to look at it? It makes perfect sense to me! Marketing agreement would not cost much.
This stock is consistently undervalued and is consistently in the black.
Hawaiian Airlines is one of the industry leaders that has shown exceptional on time performance of service, opened up 3 more routes to the continental United States on 9/8/09, AND will have the new airbus in service by February 2010. HA promises to hire roughly 500 new employees, and the stock will definately rais exponentially by January.
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