Its earnings season for the airlines and while American announced last week, everyone else appears to be posting results this week.
First up, Delta Air Lines.
Delta eked out a $7 million profit for the fourth quarter as the airline took a $100 million hit from Hurricane Sandy.
Despite cancelling 20,000 flights because of the storm, Delta's full-year 2012 results were the best on record, as it posted a $1 billion profit for the year.
"We enter 2013 as a stronger airline, and are looking forward to building on the success we achieved in 2012," Delta CFO Paul Jacobson told employees in a letter on Tuesday.
Click here to read more about Delta's earnings in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Wednesday, we'll be watching for US Airways' results and then United Airlines and Southwest Airlines on Thursday.