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There are a number of Canadian-owned airline and aviation companies on the TSX. In addition to traditional passenger airlines, Canada is also home to air cargo and aviation equipment manufacturing companies that supply to the airlines themselves. Read on for the top 3 best airline and aviation stocks to buy in Canada right now.
This list of the best airline stocks is meant to help you conduct your own research in finding the best airline stocks to buy right now. It is not investment advice. No single stock or list of stocks will suit all investors, and we all have different goals and needs.
Whether you care more about short-term capital gains or long-term dividend growth, it’s important to know whether a stock is performing well, making a profit, paying dividends or going backwards. Always remember that past performance does not guarantee future results. Investments can go up and down in value.
We used Finder’s proprietary algorithm to identify the best airline stocks listed on the TSX based on price, performance, profit, revenue and dividends. Our fundamental analysis filters stocks by taking into account historical prices, dividends, revenue growth, (low) price volatility and profit margins.
To avoid smaller, more speculative stocks, we only include companies with a market cap of more than CAD $200 million. In order to better compare historical data, we filtered out stocks that have been listed for less than five years.
We do not guarantee the performance or returns of any investment. Our methodology might filter out some good stocks, so our decision to include or exclude a stock from this list does not indicate whether it’s a good or bad investment. No single stock or list of stocks will suit all investors, as we all have different goals and needs. For more info about our algorithm, check out our stock ranking page.
The algorithm was last updated 27 January 2021. This list and data was compiled June 29, 2021.
Air Canada provides domestic, U.S. transborder, and international airline services. It offers scheduled passenger services under the Air Canada Vacations and Air Canada Rouge brand name in the Canadian market, the Canada-U.S. transborder market, and in the international market to and from Canada, as well as through capacity purchase agreements on other regional carriers.
Cargojet Inc. provides time sensitive overnight air cargo services in Canada. Its air cargo business activities include operation of domestic overnight air cargo services between fourteen cities in North America; and provision of dedicated aircraft to customers on an aircraft, crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMI) basis operating between points in Canada, North and South America, and Europe.
Exchange Income Corporation engages in aerospace and aviation services and equipment, and manufacturing businesses worldwide. It operates through two segments, Aerospace & Aviation, and Manufacturing. The Aerospace & Aviation segment offers scheduled airline and charter services, emergency medical services, custom sensor equipped aircraft, after-market parts and maritime surveillance and support services.
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Revenue generated from the airline industry amounted to more than $25 billion in 2019, according to Statista. Buying airline stocks can be a great way for individual investors to tap into these profits. You may also want to look into buying aviation stock, such as companies who supply to airlines. As with any investment, however, there are risks.
Check out our guide on investing in airline stocks to learn more about the risks and rewards of backing this industry and to see a list of other aviation companies that trade on Canadian and international stock exchanges.
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