Despite the fact that Warren Buffett has been critical of the airline industry for years (including calling airlines “death traps” for investors), his Berkshire Hathaway recently purchased stakes in four major U.S. carriers – Delta, Southwest, United Continental and American Airlines. However, the author of today’s article argues that, instead of these big-name airlines, the better airline buy might be a smaller airline that he describes as having “absolutely crushed it over the past decade.” The airline in question? Allegiant Travel Co. To read more about Allegiant and the author’s case for it as a buying opportunity, CLICK HERE.
Why You May Want To Consider This Airline That Buffett Didn’t Buy
- by Bob Mitchell