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Airline Stocks Are No Holiday Deal

Heard on the Street: After the recent rally in pandemic-stricken shares, airlines’ valuations aren’t as cheap as they might appear on the surface

11/24/2020 2:15:00 PM

Heard on the Street: After the recent rally in pandemic-stricken shares, airlines’ valuations aren’t as cheap as they might appear on the surface

For those able and willing to fly during the winter holiday season, finding cheap airline tickets is easy. Finding cheap airline stocks is another matter.

After an unprecedented drop in air travel due to the coronavirus, passenger airlines are being forced to make long-term, make-or-break decisions at a time of great uncertainty and minimal cash flow. So how are they planning to survive? WSJ finds out. Composite: George Downs/The Wall Street Journal

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