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February''s Airline CEO Approval Ratings
Davide Dukcevich, 03.07.03, 7:00 AM ET
NEW YORK - James Parker may not be as well known as Warren Buffett or Steve Jobs, but according to our readers, he''s doing a better job than any of them.
The CEO of Southwest Airlines (nyse: LUV - news - people ) got the highest job approval rating of any exec followed by our CEO Approval Tracker in February. His toughness on fares and his insistence on punctuality have translated into higher revenue and a steadily growing stock price.
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James J. Parker
Southwest Airlines (nyse: LUV - news - people )


February Approval Rating: 90%
When other major carriers announced fuel surcharges in early February, Parker retorted, You are not going to see Southwest adding a $10 fuel surcharge, for example, which is just a gussied- up name for a fare increase. More...
David Neeleman
JetBlue Airways (nasdaq: JBLU - news - people )


February Approval Rating: 58%
As the rest of the industry reels from war worries, JetBlue ordered two additional planes in February--increasing the expected number of its fleet to 52 by year''s end. More...
W. Douglas Parker
America West (nyse: AWA - news - people )


February Approval Rating: 26%
In February, America West Airlines dropped Columbus, Ohio, as one of its hubs, saying operations there are losing $25 million per year. More...
Donald J. Carty
AMR (nyse: AMR - news - people )


February Approval Rating: 21%
According to J.P. Morgan, AMR''s American Airlines has between a 25% and 80% chance of going bankrupt this year, depending on the length of a war against Iraq. More...
Glenn F. Tilton
UAL (nyse: UAL - news - people )


February Approval Rating: 16%
The bankrupt airline''s flight attendants union offers in late February to take pay cuts, saying the reductions will save the airline more than $1 billion over the next six years. More...
 

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According to J.P. Morgan, AMR's American Airlines has between a 25% and 80% chance of going bankrupt this year, depending on the length of a war against Iraq.

a 25 to 80 percent chance. With all the analyst information and industry trends. That is the best JP Morgan can do. It's like saying AMR stock will be between 1 dollar and 30 going through this year, depending on the length of a war with Iraq.