U.S. Airlines See 'Glimmers of Hope' as Booking Increase
More people are traveling
U.S. airlines said on Monday that leisure bookings are rising and offered some of the first concrete signs that the worst may be over for the sector since the coronavirus pandemic ground air travel to a near halt a year ago.
Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways each said first-quarter revenue would decline at the low end or less than previously forecast as vaccine rollouts accelerate and more people plan vacations or visits to friends and relatives
Speaking at a J.P. Morgan conference, Delta Chief Executive Ed Bastian said there are "real glimmers of hope."
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