Share prices are an important metric in the airline world. So we ask the following question: Who has the highest share price out of American (NASDAQ: AAL), United (NASDAQ: UAL) & Delta (NYSE: DAL)?
The US3 are on either the NASDAQ or the New York Stock Exchange in the United States, and we will be providing data accurate as of 17/10/23 at 1630 UK time.
This is subject to change at publication of the article.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
American, United & Delta: Who Has The Highest Share Price?…
Starting off with American Airlines, at the time of article production, their share price was at $11.98, with a market capitalisation of $7.82bn.
As for Delta Air Lines, they have a share price of $34.80 at the time of article production, with a market capitalisation of $22.39bn.
Finally, United Airlines comes in the highest at $40 per share at the time of article production, with a market capitalisation of $13.09bn.
Between this airline & Delta, the share value seems to rise quite consistently, with the odd few drops, whereas American is a little more skewered on this front.
Overall, this shows that at the moment, United has the highest within the US3, with Delta being quite close to them at this point.
However, for this rise in share price to take place on the American Airlines side, more value will have to be added for them to have a chance at catching up with their competitors on this financial stage.
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