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Old 04-24-2015, 09:06 AM
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Record profits across the board:

American Airlines: 932 Million

United Airlines: 508 Million

Delta: 746 Million

Southwest: 453 Million

Alaska: 149 Million

I'll update the rest when they become available. JetBlue, Spirit and Virgin post results in about a week.
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Originally Posted by Aero1900 View Post
Record profits across the board:

American Airlines: 932 Million

United Airlines: 508 Million

Delta: 746 Million

Southwest: 453 Million

Alaska: 149 Million

I'll update the rest when they become available. JetBlue, Spirit and Virgin post results in about a week.
Allegiant $108.1 mil
Hawaiian $25.9 mil
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Here's a few charts to go along with the earnings release(s).

US after-tax corp. profit (red) vs. US Private sector employee after-tax earnings (blue)...








The next time your multi-million dollar salaried CEO/mgmt team asks for union concessions, tell your reps to go to the next meeting with these charts, along with your company's financials, and demand to know why.
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Originally Posted by Aero1900 View Post
Record profits across the board:

American Airlines: 932 Million
American earned record profits in 2014, with CEO Doug Parker receiving a $687,884 salary,"maximum" incentive payments of $4.2 million, stock awards valued at $7 million, and $414,092 in other payments, according to The Associated Press.

$7 million
$4.2 million
$687,884
$414,092
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$12,301,976 for 2014 (1 year )

He now wants to get paid in company stock, alone.

American Airlines CEO to be paid entirely in company stock

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Record profits across the board:

Southwest: 453 Million

April 6, 2015

DALLAS (AP) Southwest Airlines earned a record profit last year and the CEO benefited with a 24% increase in compensation, to $5 million.

Southwest Airlines CEO gets 24% boost in compensation
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Mods any chance of getting this reposted on the regional thread?
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Originally Posted by Aero1900 View Post
Record profits across the board:

United Airlines: 508 Million

April 25, 2014

United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek saw his total compensation fall 15 percent to $8.1 million last year, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Friday.

The filing comes a day after the airline's parent, United Continental Holdings, reported a steep fourth-quarter loss it blamed on bad weather.

Smiisek took home a salary of $975,000, the same as the year before. The value of his stock awards increased to $5.7 million from $3.1 million in 2012. But his performance-based bonus slid to $1.2 million from $3.5 million the year before.

The value of his perks also fell, to $168,540 from $302,377 in 2012. Those perks included insurance premiums paid by the company, an executive physical, contributions to his 401(k) plan, financial planning and tax services, a car allowance, airport parking, free flights and on-board meals.


United Airlines CEO's pay package falls 15 percent - tribunedigital-chicagotribune
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Originally Posted by Aero1900 View Post
Record profits across the board:

Delta: 746 Million

April 30, 2014

Delta Air Lines Inc. gave CEO Richard Anderson a 14 percent boost in total compensation in 2014, the same year the airline posted a $10.5 billion profit.

According to a proxy filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, Delta (NYSE: DAL) rewarded Anderson with about $14.4 million in total comp last year, including a $725,000 salary (up 11 percent), $8.9 million in stock awards (up 27 percent), $2 million in stock options (flat) and $2.4 million in non-equity incentive plan compensation (down 11 percent).

Anderson’s perks included $20,500 for financial planning services, home security services, the cost of an annual physical examination and flight benefits; and $28,190 reimbursement for taxes.

Delta CEO Anderson?s total comp rises to $14.4 million - Atlanta Business Chronicle
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Originally Posted by SayAlt View Post
American earned record profits in 2014, with CEO Doug Parker receiving a $687,884 salary,"maximum" incentive payments of $4.2 million, stock awards valued at $7 million, and $414,092 in other payments, according to The Associated Press.

$7 million
$4.2 million
$687,884
$414,092
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$12,301,976 for 2014 (1 year )

He now wants to get paid in company stock, alone.

American Airlines CEO to be paid entirely in company stock
Profit sharing isnt the right way to pay employees that don't have an affect on profits. Or something like that. Right?
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Originally Posted by Aero1900 View Post
Record profits across the board:

Alaska: 149 Million

ALK Alaska Air Group Inc Executive Compensation

Total comp up 25.59% in 2014

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