American Airlines Beats Expecations Thanks To Cheap Fuel. Announces New Headquarters

American Airlines Profits Q3 2015

American Airlines Group posted better than expected third-quarter profits on Friday. Cheap fuel continued to help the airlines bottom lines as it surpassed analyst expectations. 

American, the world’s largest airline, earned a net income of $1.7 billion, up 80% year-over-year.

Excluding special charges, the airline leader pull in $1.9 billion in revenue, or $2.77 per diluted share.

The company beat the average analyst estimate of $2.72 a share.

With increasing profits the company is planning to build a new headquarters that will create a corporate campus near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

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