Tomahawk, WI 07/02/2014 (Basicsmedia) – A per Jared Shojaian and Hunter Keay of Wolfe Research United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:UAL) and JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ:JBLU) should swap their planes the conflict between the two leads to an overall loss. They added if United Continental decides to acquire JetBlue’s 60 E-190s, both the businesses will definitely benefit from the deal. The same type of transaction has also been performed in past when Data Airlines Inc. (NYSE:DAL) acquired 88 B717s of Southwest Airlines Company (NYSE:LUV) in 2012. And eventually the deal turned out to be a huge benefit for both.

Also with this agreement  United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:UAL) would be benefited more as there would be no need to increase the seat capacity due to the incoming passengers from JetBlue. Right now both the companies are outperforming with respect to their revenue generation and hence merging up their flight passengers will defiantly help them out.

United Continentals’ Plane Lands In Midway

United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:UAL)’s pilot had to opt for an emergency landing for its Chicago to Southern California flight in Kansas due to some problems. As per the flight crew, an evacuation raised inside the plane which filled up a part of the cabin and eventually forced the pilot to land the airplane.

According to Mike Schroedor, a passenger boarded on the flight, he heard some whisper and crackle sound behind him in the front row. To his surprise he found the Boeing 737-700’s evacuation glide pumping up which was in due course filling up the gallery. He was amazed with the same as the slide would just inflate in case of an emergency. Consequently, he informed the pilot regarding the same and a big damage was saved.

The Airline group has confirmed that no one is injured on the flight and that even no harm has been done to the airplane. United Continental has sent a special squad for further investigation.

DISCLAIMER: This content is neither an offer nor recommendation to buy or sell any security. We hold no investment licenses and are thus neither licensed nor qualified to provide investment advice. The content in this report or email is not provided to any individual with a view toward their individual circumstances. While all information is believed to be reliable, it is not guaranteed by us to be accurate. Individuals should assume that all information contained in our newsletter is not trustworthy unless verified by their own independent research. Also, because events and circumstances frequently do not occur as expected, there will likely be differences between the any predictions and actual results. Always consult a real licensed investment professional before making any investment decision. Be extremely careful, investing in securities carries a high degree of risk; you may likely lose some or all of the investment.