Qantas Full Year Result: QAN earnings boosted by strengthening of its domestic business


 Qantas Airways’ (QAN) 8.5% slide in its annual underlying profit to $1.4bn was the flagship airline’s second biggest in its near 100-year history, was largely in-line with analyst expectations and slightly above guidance provided in early May. The result was boosted most by the strengthening of its domestic business... Show More

Airlines, injuries and oil

John Kimber

The passenger injured when dragged from a United Airlines flight last week is now preparing to sue for millions of dollars. His misfortune and subsequent outraged publicity has cost the US airline industry a lot more in terms of market capitalization. Show More

Flying Low: Overcapacity in the Asian airline sector

Chad Slater

Want to make a small fortune? Start with a large one and invest in an airline. There are no shortages of jokes about the remarkable ability of the sector to destroy shareholder value. Even the great man himself (Warren Buffet), managed to lose money in airlines with his investment into... Show More

Qantas Airways (QAN) - $505m capital return announced & FY15 transformation benefits ahead of guidance

Bell Potter

Qantas announced a capital return of $505 million, equivalent to 23 cps will be paid to shareholders in early November 2015. Transformation benefits ahead of guidance ( to date, $1.1 billion of transformation benefits have been realised): $182m- revenue benefits, $136m- lower fuel prices, $576m- non-fuel expenditure benefits. Show More