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American Airlines plans to cut 13,000 jobs

...Worth, Texas, with 1,700 workers would be closed, and some maintenance and bag-handling work would be outsourced.Ray Neidl, an analyst with Maxim Group LLC, said for American to win support for its plan, it would have to offer employees a goal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2012-02-01/american-airlines-plans-cu
Major airlines will cut flights further in 2009

...first-quarter capacity 4 percent to 5 percent. Analysts have already factored in some further cuts in capacity. But Ray Neidl, an analyst for Calyon Securities, said "demand seems to be falling a little more than expected."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/12/03/bus_502493.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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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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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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Debt is Delta's real concern, analysts suggest

...In my opinion, they're going to get the concessions; I've got a couple of steak dinners bet on that," said Ray Neidl, an airline analyst with Calyon Securities Inc. in New York. "I think the more difficult thing is going to be restructuring...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/10/14/bus_431196.shtml
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Discount airlines poised to excel in down economy

...their costs are too high. "Some say the majors will mount a stronger defense when they recover their finances," said Ray Neidl, an analyst at Blaylock and Partners. "However, that is far off."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/11/23/bus_394519.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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Airlines expected to limp through 2009

...problems potentially in early 2010 if some airlines cannot raise additional cash," Calyon Securities airline analyst Ray Neidl said Monday in an interview. US Airways said in regulatory filing Wednesday that its high level of fixed obligations...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/02/24/bus_512444.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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