|Quoting Leftshoe (Reply 1):|
In the article it is mentioned that Southwest hedged the majority of its fuel at an (in my eyes) unbelievable 36$/barrel oil. If that's true, kudos to WN!!!
How's the hedging policy at other airlines?
For non-market insiders it's quite difficult to make something out of the article and to assess whether 41% is an adequate rate.
|Quoting Boeing 747-311 (Reply 2):|
It says there that SOuthwest has hedged its fuel for 70 percent fo its fuel at 36 dollars per barrel
|Quoting KarlB737 (Thread starter):|
USAirways Has Hedged 41% Of Fuel For 2nd Quarter
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