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Airline shares tumble again

...slide might have more to do with higher oil prices than with the terrorist threat itself. "Oil's back up," said Ray Neidl, an airline analyst with Calyon Securities in New York. "I think the terror thing's over. I think it's more seasonal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/08/12/bus_92297.shtml
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ValuJet, now called AirTran, makes a stunning recovery

...fortunes are sagging for many major airlines. "Six years ago, you had old planes, poor service, weak management," said Ray Neidl, an airline analyst with Blaylock & Partners in New York. "Everything has completely changed." The turnaround is...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/09/01/bus_383794.shtml
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Losses hit billions on fuel costs

...even with the benefits consolidation can bring. "All airlines are in the same boat," said Calyon Securities analyst Ray Neidl. "The industry cannot make money at the current ticket fare levels. Seats have to come out of the market. To cover...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/04/24/bus_196156.shtml
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Delta's turnaround moving fast

...following Delta's Sept. 14 Chapter 11 filing in New York, but the speed in putting them forth was, said airline analyst Ray Neidl at Calyon Securities. "It shows that they're determined to turn this airline around," Neidl said. That won't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/09/23/bus_6474.shtml
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Airport expects to add flights

...service development next year. But the question remains whether airlines will be ready to invest in new cities by then. Ray Neidl, an airline analyst with Blaylock & Partners, said he does not expect the major airlines, with the exception of low-cost...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/17/bus_353100.shtml
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Pack light or pay up for flights

...the plunge in oil prices from $147 a barrel in July to around $40 this week, said Calyon Securities airline analyst Ray Neidl. Airlines now say they are being hurt by the recession, which has caused demand for seats to drop. The International...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/12/24/bus_505154.shtml
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Shareholders stand to lose in Delta deal

...115-a-barrel oil, much more is going to need to be done to restructure the industry," said Calyon Securities airline analyst Ray Neidl. The two airlines' shareholders and creditors, who include employees and big mutual funds, have suffered years of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/04/20/bus_195682.shtml
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Pilot vote on wage cuts offers Delta better chance of avoiding bankruptcy

...creditors to restructure more than $20 billion in debt. "Everything was almost structured around the pilots deal," said Ray Neidl, an airline industry analyst with Calyon Securities Inc. in New York. "This was the web that holds it all together...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/13/bus_434254.shtml
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Another carrier is grounded for good

...devastating to a carrier that offers only business class. "It's no surprise," Calyon Securities airline analyst Ray Neidl said of Eos' downfall. "We saw it happen with other smaller, undercapitalized airlines. Basically, there are too...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/04/28/bus_196656.shtml
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Airline remains in red

...Excluding reorganization and other one-time items, the loss was $179 million in the quarter. Calyon Securities analyst Ray Neidl said in a research note to investors that for Delta "the real test will be after the restructuring is complete." Mr...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/02/15/bus_116613.shtml
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