1 QANTAS REPORTS STRONG FULL-YEAR PROFIT IN CHALLENGING CONDITIONS HIGHLIGHTS: Underlying Profit Before Tax: $552 million, up 46 per cent Revenue: $14.9 billion, up 8 per cent Operating cash flow: $1.8 billion, up 32 per cent Earnings growth in all segments Result achieved despite $224 million impact of natural disasters Statutory Profit Before Tax: $323 million, up 81 per cent No final dividend declared SYDNEY, 24 August 2011: The Qantas Group today announced Underlying Profit Before Tax (Underlying PBT) of $552 million for the financial year ending 30 June Qantas Chief Executive Officer Alan Joyce said the result was achieved despite a number of challenges facing the Qantas Group and the global aviation industry. This result reflects the strength of the Qantas Group s portfolio and is our best performance since the global financial crisis Mr Joyce said. We achieved the result while overcoming significant external and operational factors, including a series of natural disasters, a 28 per cent increase in average fuel prices and an underperforming international business. We are pleased to report improved earnings for Qantas Domestic and Qantas Freight and record results for Jetstar and Qantas Frequent Flyer. Given the aviation sector s inherent volatility, the flexibility to generate revenue from different parts of the business and different market sectors is a major strength for the Group. But it is important to put the result in context. The Group s planned capital expenditure over the next two years exceeds $5 billion. Fuel prices are expected to remain high and there is considerable uncertainty in the global economy. Qantas International reported a loss of over $200 million in FY11 on invested capital of over $5 billion, an unacceptable return. Continuing down this path would be unsustainable. Last week we announced a five-year plan to turn the international business around. We will reduce investment in underperforming business areas and direct capital towards growth opportunities. We will continue to focus on improving the customer experience, develop a stronger and broader alliance network and increase our focus on the world s fastest growing aviation region: Asia. Our intention is that in five years time Qantas Airlines domestic and international combined will exceed its cost of capital on a sustainable basis. Segment performance All segments of the Qantas Group improved their earnings in FY11. Qantas Airlines recorded Underlying EBIT of $228 million, compared with $67 million in FY10, Mr Joyce said. Qantas Airways Limited ABN Further information and media releases can be found at the Qantas website: qantas.com
2 2 Qantas remains the most profitable domestic airline, offsetting the losses in the international business. During FY11 we strengthened our business travel credentials with new aircraft and new airport infrastructure while the acquisition of the WA-based charter airline Network Aviation increased our presence in regional Australia. Jetstar generated record Underlying EBIT of $169 million, up 29 per cent on the previous financial year. It is now an established, successful low-cost brand serving 17 countries and 56 destinations. The launch of Jetstar Japan, an exciting new venture between the Qantas Group, Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi, will consolidate its leadership position in the Asia-Pacific low-cost travel market. Qantas Frequent Flyer increased Underlying EBIT to $342 million, also a record result. It is Australia s leading loyalty program and during FY11 continued to add new partners and launch new initiatives to improve benefits for its eight million members. Underlying EBIT for Qantas Freight Enterprises was up 48 per cent to $62 million in a year which saw a number of important initiatives for the business, including the addition of a new freighter aircraft dedicated to trans-tasman operations. Impact of natural disasters / weather events A series of natural disasters and major weather events had a total financial impact of $224 million on the Qantas Group in FY11. These included severe flooding and Cyclones Carlos and Yasi in Queensland, the Christchurch earthquake, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the Chilean volcanic ash cloud. Natural disasters and weather disruptions are an unavoidable reality for the aviation industry, Mr Joyce said. However, the frequency and severity of disruptions seen in FY11 was unprecedented. Throughout these events, safety and the interests of our passengers were our top priorities. Thanks to the operational resilience we have developed as a business, we were able to respond effectively and recover quickly on each occasion. Grounding of A380 Fleet / Rolls-Royce settlement The uncontained failure of a Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engine on a Qantas A380 in November 2010 resulted in the temporary grounding of Qantas A380 fleet. In June 2011, Qantas announced a $95 million settlement with Rolls-Royce in relation to the disruption incurred as a result of the incident. This was a serious incident but Qantas and Rolls-Royce worked closely together to identify the cause and address the concerns it raised, Mr Joyce said. The matter is now settled and we look forward to continuing the successful relationship we have had with Rolls-Royce over many years. Outlook The general operating environment is challenging and extremely volatile. At this stage, yield in the first half of FY12 is expected to be higher than the first half of FY11. The Group expects to increase capacity in the first half of FY12 by 8 per cent compared to the first half of FY11, while maintaining flexibility. As at 22 August 2011, underlying fuel costs for the first half of FY12 are estimated to increase by circa $500 million from $1.7 billion to circa $2.2 billion due to higher forward market jet fuel prices and increased flying. Fuel surcharges, fare increases and hedging are being used to mitigate the impact of fuel price rises but are unlikely to fully offset the cost increase. The FY11 result included a change in estimates for Frequent Flyer accounting, with a total favourable impact of $172 million 1 (Qantas Frequent Flyer $140 million, Group Eliminations $32 million). The adjustment in the 1 The total favourable impact for the first half of FY11 was $89 million.
3 3 first half of FY12 to Group Eliminations is expected to be less than $5 million with no further impact in future periods. With a high degree of volatility and uncertainty in global economic conditions, fuel prices, foreign exchange rates and the industrial relations environment, as well as a major transformational change agenda underway, it is not possible to provide profit guidance at this time. Dividend The Group will continue to actively manage capital to support measured growth, manage the business in uncertain times and maintain an investment grade credit rating, and will review the potential for dividends in the future in that context. Issued by Qantas Corporate Communication (Q5168) Media Enquiries: + 61 (0)
4 4 APPENDIX Explanation of Results (Extracted from Appendix 4E) Highlights of the 2011 result include: Underlying Profit Before Tax 2 up 46 per cent and operating cash flows up by 32 per cent Result achieved despite $224 million financial impact of natural disasters Earnings growth across all operating segments: o Record profit results for Jetstar and Qantas Frequent Flyer o Improved results in Qantas, despite significant losses in Qantas International o 48 per cent growth in Qantas Freight Strong revenue growth of 8 per cent achieved through improvement in yield and growth in capacity across the Group Statutory Profit After Tax up 115 per cent to $249 million Underlying PBT Up 46 Per Cent The Qantas Group reported an Underlying PBT of $552 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of 46 per cent on the prior year result of $377 million. The result was achieved through improvements in earnings across all operating segments and despite the $224 million financial impact of natural disasters and over $200 million of ongoing losses in Qantas International. Group Underlying Income Statement Summary Change Change % Net passenger revenue 12,042 10,938 1, Net freight revenue Other 2,010 2,013 (3) (0) Revenue 14,894 13,772 1,122 8 Operating expenses 12,435 11, Depreciation and amortisation 1,249 1, Non-cancellable operating lease rentals Expenses 14,250 13, Underlying EBIT Underlying net finance costs (92) (91) (1) 1 Underlying PBT Impact of natural disasters and Rolls-Royce engine failure The Group s result was achieved while overcoming significant external and operational challenges during the year. Qantas has demonstrated its commitment to safety and its operational resilience in responding to these challenges. However the frequency and severity of events in 2011 compared to previous years has resulted in a material unfavourable impact on the Group s results. There were several significant weather events and natural disasters during the year. Lost revenues and customer care costs net of variable cost savings resulted in a total unfavourable financial impact of $224 million. This included disruptions caused by ash from the Chilean volcano, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the earthquake in Christchurch, the Queensland floods and Cyclones Yasi and Carlos. 2 Underlying PBT is the primary reporting measure used by Management and the Board to assess the financial performance of the Group. All line items are adjusted to reflect the underlying result. Refer to the Statutory Result section of the Appendix for a reconciliation of Underlying PBT to Statutory PBT
5 results include the financial impact of the Rolls-Royce engine failure on Qantas Flight 32 and the subsequent temporary grounding of the Airbus A380 fleet. The results also include the settlement agreed with Rolls-Royce ($95 million) which offsets the direct financial losses incurred. Earnings Growth in All Operating Segments All operating segments have improved contributions to Underlying PBT, delivering strong growth compared to the prior year and demonstrating the strategic advantage provided by the Group s portfolio of brands. Continuing growth of Jetstar and Qantas Frequent Flyer has been rewarded with both delivering record results. Segment Performance Summary Change Change % Qantas Jetstar Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas Freight Jetset Travelworld Group (11) (79) Corporate/Eliminations (160) (114) (46) 40 Underlying EBIT Net finance costs (92) (91) (1) 1 Underlying PBT Jetset Travelworld Group ceased to be a standalone operating segment from 1 October 2010 following its merger with Stella Travel Services and deconsolidation from the Qantas Group. From 1 October 2010, the equity accounted result of the Group s investment in Jetset Travelworld Group is included in the Qantas segment. Continuing Yield Recovery and Growth The Group delivered an improved revenue performance during the year, driven by improvements in yield and growth in capacity in both Qantas and Jetstar. Total revenue increased 8 per cent from $13,772 million to $14,894 million, despite the impact of disruptions during the year. Net passenger revenue increased by 10 per cent. Yield (excluding foreign exchange (FX) movements) increased by 6 per cent, reflecting a gradual but ongoing improvement in market conditions across the Group. International yield improved by 8 per cent and Domestic yield improved by 3 per cent. Capacity increased 7 per cent following the expansion of the Group s fleet by 29 aircraft to 283 at 30 June This includes the significant growth of the Jetstar business and the acquisition of Network Aviation Group. The Group s revenue performance has been supported by maintaining the Group s profit maximising domestic capacity share of 65 per cent, achieving industry leading on-time performance, and a continuing focus on improving product offering, customer experience and customer satisfaction. This performance is also reflected in Qantas Frequent Flyer s robust growth in members, program partners and member engagement.
6 6 Operating Statistics Available Seat Kilometres (ASKs) 1 M 133, ,717 8,564 7 Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs) 2 M 106, ,727 6,032 6 Passenger numbers ,456 41,428 3,028 7 Seat factor % (0.7) (1) Yield (excluding FX) c/rpk Net Underlying Unit Cost 3 c/ask Comparable Net Underlying Unit Cost 4 c/ask (0.03) (1) 1 ASK total number of seats available for passengers, multiplied by the number of kilometres flown 2 RPK total number of paying passengers carried, multiplied by the number of kilometres flown 3 Net Underlying Unit Cost Underlying PBT less passenger revenue, fuel and Frequent Flyer change in accounting estimate per ASK 4 Comparable Net Underlying Unit Cost Net Underlying Unit Cost adjusted for the impact of 2010/2011 natural disasters and adjusted for changes in average sector length Total expenses for 2010/11 were $14,250 million, an increase of 7 per cent from the prior year. Cost increases were broadly in line with the Group s capacity growth of 7 per cent, but overall net underlying unit cost performance was impacted by natural disaster disruptions. Adjusting for these disruptions and changes in average sector length, Comparable net underlying unit cost improved 1 per cent from Fuel costs increased by 12 per cent, driven by growth in activity and increases in fuel prices that have escalated through the second half of the year. Fuel hedging and participation in favourable FX movements significantly mitigated the 28 per cent increase in average USD fuel prices in FY11. Capital Expenditure Supported by Strong Balance Sheet and Operating Cash Flows Operating cash flows grew to $1,782 million, an increase of 32 per cent on the prior year result of $1,351 million. This reflects the Group s growth in earnings and improvements in working capital. The Group invested $2.4 billion in capital expenditure during the year. This includes the purchase of 15 aircraft, progress payments on future deliveries, and continued investment in customer product and infrastructure. Qantas Group cash was $3,496 million at 30 June 2011, a decrease of $208 million from 30 June This reflects the use of cash to fund a number of aircraft purchases and the deconsolidation of $100 million of cash held in Jetset Travelworld Group. Cash flow summary Change Change % Cash at beginning 3,704 3, Operating cash flow 1,782 1, Investing cash flow (2,478) (1,645) (833) 51 Financing cash flow Effect of foreign exchange on cash (20) - (20) (100) Cash at year end 3,496 3,704 (208) (6)
7 7 The Group s balance sheet, operating cash flows and capital position remain strong. A conservative approach to capital management and strengthening Operating cash flows provide ongoing flexibility to support capital expenditure and other funding requirements, while supporting an investment grade credit rating. At 30 June 2011, the Group s gearing ratio 3 was 53 per cent. Debt and Gearing Analysis Net debt 1 2,971 2, Net debt including off balance sheet debt 2 6,970 6, Equity (excluding hedge reserves) 6,071 5, Net debt to net debt and equity ratio 3 53 : : Includes fair value of hedges related to debt and aircraft security deposits 2 Includes non-cancellable operating leases. Non-cancellable operating leases are a representation assuming assets are owned and debt funded and are not consistent with the disclosure requirements of AASB117: Leases 3 Gearing ratio is net debt to net debt and equity (including balance sheet debt from operating leases excluding hedge reserves) Fleet The Qantas Group remains committed to a fleet strategy that supports its objectives of two strong complementary brands and provides for long term fleet renewal, simplification and growth, whilst retaining significant flexibility. At 30 June 2011, the Qantas Group fleet comprised 283 aircraft. During the year, 24 aircraft (15 purchased and nine leased) were newly entered into service: Qantas four Airbus A380s, one A , five Boeing B s and one Bombardier Q400 Jetstar, including Jetstar Asia 10 A s, two A s Qantas Freight one B Freighter In addition, the Group added nine aircraft through the acquisition of the Network Aviation Group. This included two Fokker F100s and seven Embraer EMB120 Brasilias. The Group also retired three owned aircraft (two B s and one B ) during the year and returned one leased B
8 8 Qantas Group Aircraft in Service Change Qantas A B (1) B ER A A B ER (1) B (2) B NG Fokker F EMB B Q200/Q Q Total Jetstar 1 A A A Total Qantas Freight B SF B Total Total Group Jetstar fleet includes Jetstar Asia and excludes Jetstar Pacific Qantas Qantas Underlying EBIT was $228 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of $161 million on the prior year result of $67 million. The result is 240 per cent above the prior year, driven by a 7 per cent increase in total revenue. Total revenue 11,315 10, Seat factor % (0.3) (0) Underlying EBIT Qantas achieved significant improvements in yield on increased capacity (3 per cent). Revenue recovery continued across both international and domestic business. The result was achieved despite the significant operational and financial challenges of the disruptions to the A380 fleet, weather events and natural disasters during the year. These events impacted scheduling and disrupted thousands of flights between November 2010 and June The total financial impact of weather events and natural disasters on the Qantas segment was $136 million. In addition, Qantas faced significant increases in the cost of fuel during the year, which were partially recovered through fare price and fuel surcharge increases. Qantas Domestic and QantasLink continued to deliver significant contributions to the Qantas Airlines result, with growth in both yield and capacity for the year. QantasLink added fly-in-fly-out charter capability with the acquisition of the Network Aviation Group. This has broadened QantasLink s earnings base and provides an additional channel for profitable growth through exposure to the resources market.
9 9 The result also includes the continuing losses of the Qantas International business. Total losses for the year exceeded $200 million, representing an unacceptable return on the $5 billion of capital invested in the business. Management is focused on addressing the performance of Qantas International and executing its strategy to restore competitiveness and profitability. Investment in product and service Qantas Airlines continues to invest in customer experience leadership and innovation, whilst maintaining a focus on profitable growth opportunities. Highlights in 2011 for Qantas include: - Roll-out of faster, smarter check-in technology at all major cities and selected regional airports; - Delivery of superior on-time performance with domestic market leadership in 10 out of 12 months and for each of the last 3 years; - Major enhancements to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program including the announcement of "Platinum One" - creating a new level of VIP recognition for Qantas' most frequent flyers, greater ability to earn points, improved upgrade experiences and broader redemption options; - Launch of direct flights from Sydney to Dallas, delivering unprecedented access between North America and Australia; - Domestic product relaunch enhancements to Business Lounges, Qantas Clubs and inflight offering; - Introduction of new domestic fare structure to provide an improved booking experience to customers with a range of user-friendly and flexible fare options; - Renewal of 99.5 per cent of corporate accounts and a further 18 per cent growth in new accounts (primarily SMEs); and - Continued progress of the international fleet reconfiguration program that will see nine B747s upgraded to A380 product standard and the A380 fleet reconfigured over time to meet forecast changes in market demand. QFuture QFuture is the key business change program within Qantas, designed to position the airline for profitable growth. It involves transformational change across the airline, with total benefits of $1.5 billion targeted over the three financial years 2010 to 2012 to underpin unit cost reduction and margin improvement. The QFuture program remains on track with $1 billion of benefits achieved in the first two years. $470 million of benefits were achieved in 2011, on top of the $533 million achieved in The majority of the benefits in 2011 were contributed by cost savings and margin improvement initiatives across the Qantas Commercial, Engineering, Cabin Crew and Procurement business units.
10 10 Jetstar Jetstar achieved a record Underlying EBIT result of $169 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of $38 million on the prior year result of $131 million. The result is 29 per cent above the prior year, driven by a 19 per cent increase in total revenue and continuing improvements in unit cost. Total revenue 2,613 2, Seat factor % (1.4) (2) Underlying EBIT Jetstar s result reflects the strengthening of its competitive position in the leisure travel market across Asia- Pacific. Both Jetstar and Jetstar Asia have been able to maintain growth in capacity and passengers, while also improving yield. Jetstar grew overall capacity by 19 per cent in This includes growth in domestic capacity of 23 per cent, international capacity of 9 per cent and Jetstar Asia of 46 per cent. Overall passenger numbers grew 14 per cent versus the prior year. Unit Cost (excluding fuel, adjusted for increased sector length and natural disasters) has improved by 3 per cent compared to the prior year. Jetstar s record result was achieved despite the financial impact of weather events and natural disasters during the year. These impacted several key markets for Jetstar and thousands of customers. The total financial impact on the Jetstar segment was $85 million. Jetstar is committed to pan-asian and New Zealand expansion with long and short-haul growth in Singapore and New Zealand. The Jetstar Group is focused on growing its regional presence through intra-asian expansion and the establishment of new Jetstar affiliates in key strategic locations. Jetstar has expanded network and distribution channels with new interline and codeshare partners and by leveraging both current and prospective Asian franchise operations. Investment in Product and Service While focused on its low fare leadership, Jetstar also continued its investment in innovation, including in the area of airport self-service and the imminent introduction of ipads for in-flight entertainment use. The Jetstar MasterCard, launched in late 2009, continues to go from strength to strength with over 50,000 cards now on issue. The Jetstar MasterCard remains the best value credit card with a flight reward program in Australia. The Jetstar.com mobile website allows customers to create new bookings, change existing bookings and check their flight status. Visitor and booking numbers to the mobile version of Jetstar.com are showing strong increases. In May 2011, Jetstar successfully relaunched its fare product range with new, simple fare options that provide more choice, flexibility and lower fares by allowing customers to select only what they need. Jetstar customers now start with the economy Starter fare (replacing JetSaver Light, JetSaver, JetFlex and JetPlus), then personalise their experience from an expanded range of options.
11 11 Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas Frequent Flyer achieved a record Underlying EBIT result of $342 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of $14 million on the prior year result of $328 million. Qantas Frequent Flyer s 2011 result includes $140 million relating to a prior period change in accounting estimates that is fully recognised in 2011 and will not impact future periods. Normalised for this change, Qantas Frequent Flyer achieved earnings growth of 21 per cent. Members M Billings 1, Underlying EBIT Normalisation adjustment (140) (161) 21 (13) Normalised EBIT Normalised EBIT is a non-statutory measure which restates redemption revenue to the fair value of awards redeemed (removing the impact of the change in accounting estimate) and recognises the marketing revenue when a point is sold. This creates a comparable basis for the presentation of results. Qantas Frequent Flyer continued to deliver strong and stable cash earnings and demonstrate its value to the Qantas portfolio of brands. It allowed the Group to participate in the highly valued and growing loyalty sector on a scale that is unique in the airline industry. Earnings growth has been driven by new products and services with key business partners, capacity increases across the flying businesses and additional revenue from new members. Billings increased by 9 per cent compared to the prior year and membership has increased 10 per cent on the prior year to 7.9 million members as at 30 June Investment in Product and Service Qantas Frequent Flyer s strategy is to continue to grow membership numbers and partners, and to broaden the business into new products and revenue streams. New partners and products announced in the last year include a loyalty alliance with Optus, the launch of the American Express Fee Free Discovery Card and the Woolworths Everyday Rewards Qantas Credit Card, and new online communities such as the epiqure Food and Wine Club. Qantas Frequent Flyer has also recently acquired Wishlist, an established online retailer, broadening opportunities for the business into employee reward and recognition and online retail. Qantas Freight Qantas Freight s Underlying EBIT was $62 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of $20 million on the prior year result of $42 million. The result is 48 per cent above the prior year, driven by a 5 per cent increase in total revenue. Total revenue 1,054 1, Load factor % (1.4) (2) Underlying EBIT Qantas Freight s result reflects growth in capacity and improvements in yield built on the continuing recovery of the airfreight market. Capacity has increased 3.7 per cent over the prior year, primarily resulting from increased operation of freighter services and the introduction in March 2011 of a larger B767 operating on trans-tasman routes. Excluding the impact of adverse foreign exchange, underlying yields have improved over the prior year, reflecting better market conditions and increased airfreight activity across the network.
12 12 The contributions from the joint venture businesses Australia air Express and Star Track Express also increased during the year reflecting improving trading conditions in the domestic freight market. The results of these businesses are expected to continue to improve following the renewal of Qantas joint venture agreement with Australia Post and the reconfiguration of the businesses. Statutory Result The Qantas Group s Statutory Profit After Tax was $249 million for the year ended 30 June 2011, an increase of $133 million on the prior year result of $116 million. Statutory Profit After Tax Addback: Tax expense Statutory PBT Addback: Non-recurring items Addback: Ineffectiveness and non-designated derivatives relating to other reporting periods (18) (13) Underlying PBT Statutory Profit After Tax includes ineffectiveness and non-designated derivative losses relating to other reporting periods and non-recurring items. Non-recurring items are significant items occurring outside the ordinary course of business that are separately disclosed in order to report underlying performance. Non-recurring items included in the 2011 statutory result are: Impairments to aircraft following restructuring of fleet plans of $34 million Losses on disposal and other transaction costs relating to the Jetset Travelworld Group merger of $29 million Profit on the sale of the DPEX Group ($5 million) and Harvey Holidays ($4 million) Provisions for freight regulatory fines and third party class actions of $25 million Provisions for redundancies and restructuring of $28 million Events Subsequent to Balance Date On 16 August 2011, the Group announced the outcome of the strategic review of Qantas International. The key pillars of the review are: 1. Continuing focus and investment in the customer experience 2. Deepening presence in Asia 3. Deepening and broadening alliance relationships 4. Ongoing underlying business improvement Significantly, as a result of the review, the Group has announced it will restructure its route network and restructure the Joint Services Agreement with British Airways. As a result, six A380 aircraft will be deferred by between five and six years and will deliver from 2018/2019 to coincide with the retirement of the last B747 aircraft. In addition, four B747 aircraft will be retired earlier than previously planned. The Group also announced that it would establish a premium airline based in Asia. Whilst the financial impact is still being finalised, it is anticipated that Non-Recurring expenditure of between $350 million and $450 million will be incurred with less than half of this resulting in cash outflows in the period. On 16 August 2011, the Group announced the purchase of between 106 and 110 A320 aircraft with 194 purchase rights and options.
13 13 Included in the 110 aircraft are 32 classic A320 aircraft and 78 A320neo, being Airbus new engine option for the A320 family to enter service in It incorporates latest generation engines and large Sharklet wing tip devices, which together will deliver 15 per cent in fuel and CO2 emission savings. Eight of the A320 aircraft will be allocated to the new airline based in Asia. In addition, the Group announced that it had reached agreement with Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi to establish a low cost carrier based in Japan in The new venture will be known as Jetstar Japan. Whilst each partner will have equal voting rights, the Qantas Group will have 42 per cent economic interest. As such the business will be accounted for as an Investment in Associates using the equity accounting method. Of the 32 A320s purchased, 24 will be allocated to this venture and will not be funded by the Qantas Group. Qantas equity investment in this business is expected to total approximately $64 million over 3 years. The net effect on capital expenditure in 2011/2012 of deferring six A380 aircraft (and associated refund of predelivery payments), and the sign on fees and pre-delivery payments expected in 2011/2012 as a result of the purchase agreement is a net reduction in the Group s capital expenditure of approximately $45 million.
QANTAS 2011/2012 FINANCIAL RESULT Key points: Underlying Profit Before Tax 1 of $95 million. Statutory Loss After Tax of $244 million. Record results for Jetstar and Qantas Frequent Flyer 2. Underlying
ASX and Media Release QANTAS DELIVERS RECORD FIRST HALF PROFIT, INVESTS IN AIRCRAFT AND TRAINING Sydney, 22 February 2018 Underlying Profit Before Tax: $976 million (up 15%) Record results for Qantas Domestic,
QANTAS ANNOUNCES PROFIT RESULT YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2009 HIGHLIGHTS Profit before tax of $181 million, in a year when the International Air Transport Association forecast US$9 billion in losses for global
QANTAS HALF YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL RESULTS 1 Key points: Underlying Profit Before Tax: $367 million Statutory Profit After Tax: $206 million Transformation benefits: $374 million Comparable unit cost reduction:
Annual Results 2011 Air New Zealand Highlights Normalised earnings* $75m Net cash position of $860m Operating cash flow down 5% Gearingat467% at 46.7% Final dividend 2.5 cents per share (unimputed) New
QANTAS HALF YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL RESULTS 1 Key points: Underlying Profit Before Tax: $367 million Statutory Profit After Tax: $206 million Transformation benefits: $374 million Comparable unit cost reduction:
QANTAS 2012/13 FULL YEAR FINANCIAL RESULTS Highlights: Underlying Profit Before Tax 1 : $192 million Statutory Profit After Tax: $6 million Strategic Qantas Transformation Benefits: $171 million Comparable
Qantas Airways Limited Building a Stronger Qantas August 2011 Executive Summary Significant strategic developments announced today Initial Phase of comprehensive plan to turnaround the Qantas International
2014 Half Year Results Virgin Australia Holdings Limited 28 February 2014 Half year in review Australian aviation market continues to face challenging conditions, ongoing subdued consumer sentiment and
Media Release QANTAS RESULTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2006 HIGHLIGHTS Profit before tax of $671 million Net profit after tax of $480 million Revenue of $13.6 billion Final dividend of 11 cents per share
HELLOWORLD ANNOUNCES RESULTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2014 HIGHLIGHTS Total Transaction Value (TTV) of $4.9 billion Adjusted EBITDAI (1) of $40.6 million Loss before tax of $61.2 million includes the
Helloworld Travel Limited results announcement Half year ended 31 December 2017 HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017 Total Transaction Value (TTV) growth of 2.7% to $2.968 billion. Earnings
Virgin Australia Holdings Limited (ASX: VAH) FY17 Results: Stronger Cash and Balance Sheet, Statutory and Underlying Loss, Outlook Improving 1 Summary of FY17 Financial Outcomes Group Underlying Loss Before
AND CONTROLLED ENTITIES APPENDIX 4D AND FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER ABN 16 009 661 901 ASX CODE: QAN ASX APPENDIX 4D Table of Contents ASX Appendix 4D Results for Announcement to the Market 2 Other
Forward looking statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements often include words such as anticipate", "expect", "intend", "plan", "believe, continue or similar
AIR CANADA REPORTS 2010 FIRST QUARTER RESULTS Operating loss narrows; revenue and traffic growth reflect strengthening economy MONTRÉAL, May 6, 2010 Air Canada today reported a reduced operating loss of
Virgin Australia Holdings FY13 full year results 30 August 2013 Year in review Fast tracked major restructuring and transformation program Difficult economic and competitive environment, significant one-off
13 February 2018 Page 1 of 7 ` No. 01/18 13 February 2018 THIRD QUARTER OPERATING PROFIT UP 13% TO $330 MILLION Higher carriage and load factors for all passenger airlines Strong earnings for SIA Cargo
ANA HOLDINGS NEWS ANA HOLDINGS Financial Results for the Year ended March 31, 2016 TOKYO, April 28, 2016 ANA HOLDINGS (hereafter ANA HD ) today reports its consolidated financial results for fiscal year
Contents February 2018 traffic highlights Operating statistics table Recent market announcements and media releases 27 March 2018 February 2018 highlights Group traffic summary 2018 2017 %* 2018 2017 %*
AEROFLOT ANNOUNCES FY 2017 IFRS FINANCIAL RESULTS Moscow, 1 March 2018 Aeroflot Group ( the Group, Moscow Exchange ticker: AFLT) today publishes its audited financial statements in accordance with International
Contents November 2017 traffic highlights Operating statistics table Recent market announcements and media releases 13 December 2017 November 2017 highlights Group traffic summary 2017 2016 %* 2018 2017
Finnair Group Interim Report 1 January 30 June 2008 1 08/08/2008 Presentation name / Author Airline industry at a historical turning point Fuel price has a stranglehold on the business Average ticket prices
AND CONTROLLED ENTITIES APPENDIX 4D AND FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2008 ABN 16 009 661 901 ASX CODE: QAN TABLE OF CONTENTS ASX Appendix 4D Results for Announcement to the Market 1 Other Information
1 Forward looking statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements often include words such as anticipate", "expect", "intend", "plan", "believe, continue or
Finnair Group Annual Report 1 January 31 December 2006 2006: A year for restructuring Scheduled Passenger Traffic transforming to meet Asian traffic demands Labour negotiations to cut 670 jobs 80 million
Value* 14.78 3.36 4.97 Volume** 32.85 9.59 13.43 Last Price 423 342 348 Market Cap.*** 8.74 8.85 9.01 Note: * Average Value in Billion Rupiah ** Average Volume in Million *** Market Capitalization in Trillion
8 May 2014 Page 1 of 5 No. 02/14 8 May 2014 FULL YEAR OPERATING PROFIT RISES TO $259 MILLION 25 CENTS SPECIAL DIVIDEND PROPOSED OUTLOOK REMAINS CHALLENGING GROUP FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Financial Year 2013-14
NORWEGIAN AIR SHUTTLE ASA QUARTERLY REPORT SECOND QUARTER 2006 SECOND QUARTER IN BRIEF had earnings before tax of MNOK 24.8 (20.6) in the second quarter. The operating revenue increased by 44 % this quarter,
Qantas Airways Limited Alan Joyce, CEO Qantas Airways Macquarie Australia Conference 3 May 2013 Qantas Group: April 2013 2 Delivering on the Group s Strategic Priorities Turning around Qantas International
Macquarie Airports Management Limited ABN 85 075 295 760 AFS Licence No. 236875 A Member of the Macquarie Group of Companies No. 1 Martin Place SYDNEY NSW 2000 GPO Box 4294 SYDNEY NSW 1164 AUSTRALIA Telephone
Airport Forecasts Airport forecasting is used in master planning to guide future development of the Airport. 4.1 INTRODUCTION Airport forecasting ensures development is appropriate for passengers, ground
El Al Israel Airlines announced today its financial results for the year 2016 and the fourth quarter of the year: The Company's revenues in 2016 amounted to approx. USD 2,038 million, compared to approx.
Finnair Group Interim Report 1 January 31 March 2008 1 29/04/2008 Presentation name / Author Outlook for the industry less positive Growth of demand declining due to uncertainty of global economy Growth
AND CONTROLLED ENTITIES FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007 ABN 16 009 661 901 ASX CODE: QAN TABLE OF CONTENTS ASX Appendix 4D Results for Announcement to the Market 1 Other Information 2 Directors'
The 8th Forum for Listed Companies and Analysts ALAFCO Aviation Lease and Finance Co. Mr. Adel Al-Banwan Deputy CEO (18 th April 2016) ALAFCO Aviation Lease and Finance Company K.S.C.P. ALAFCO Aviation
MONTHLY INVESTOR UPDATE: 27 March 2008 CONTENTS - February market conditions - New aircraft deliveries - Company announcements - Operating statistics table MARKET CONDITIONS Passengers carried across the
FIRST QUARTER RESULTS 2017 KEY RESULTS In the 1Q17 Interjet total revenues added $4,421.5 million pesos that represented an increase of 14.8% over the income generated in the 1Q16. In the 1Q17, operating
AND ITS CONTROLLED ENTITIES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE ABN: 16 009 661 901 ASX CODE: QAN ASX APPENDIX 4E Table of Contents ASX APPENDIX 4E Results for Announcement to the Market 2 Other Information
FIRST QUARTER 2017 RESULTS 4 May 2017 A resilient start of the year, traffic up 4.2% 20.9 million passengers carried, up 5.2%, traffic (RPK) up 4.2%, capacity (ASK) up 3.3% and load factor up 0.7pts Confirmation
UBS 14 th Global Emerging Markets Conference New York, November 2016 This presentation may include forward-looking comments regarding the Company s business outlook and anticipated financial and operating
Shareholders Meeting May 13, 2008 1 1 1 Safe Harbor Statement Except for historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this presentation contain forward-looking statements that involve
ANNUAL shareholder REVIEW 2014 A platform for GROWTH Normalised earnings before taxation up 30% Liquidity of $1.23b Gearing of 42.9% Ordinary dividends for the year of 10cents per share Special dividend
Information meeting Third quarter 2010-11 results 1 March 2011 Agenda 2010-11: recovery in activity and return to profitability Current issues Air France-KLM ambitions for the next three years 2 All businesses
25 th July 2014 Financial Year 2014: First Half results SECOND QUARTER Revenues of 6.45 billion euros, upp 1.7% like-for-like; passenger unit revenue up 1.3% at constant currency thanks to strict capacity
NEWS RELEASE For Further Information Contact: Investor Relations Telephone: (435) 634-3203 Fax: (435) 634-3205 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 29, 2014 SKYWEST, INC. ANNOUNCES THIRD QUARTER 2014 RESULTS
Finnair Q3 2017 result 25 October 2017 CEO Pekka Vauramo 1 All-time best quarter Revenue up by 15% to record level of 735 M Aircraft flew full, passenger load factor was 87% Asian routes and San Francisco
Half Year F1 Results November 4, 2015 F17 Q1 Results 20 JULY 2016 Q1 BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS Passenger growth of 18% to 5.8m pax on 17% seat growth Record underlying profit of 38.6m (+14%) despite Easter effect
Cathay Pacific Airways Interim Results for the six months ended 30 th June 2014 13th August 2014 1 Interim Results 1H2014 1H2013 Change Profit attributable to the shareholders of Cathay Pacific HK$ million
GIAA In Flash YTD September 2015 Garuda Indonesia Group (GIAA) Continues its Green Performance in Challenging Market Picture s source: www.google.com The 3rd quater in 2015 is a tough period for GIAA bussines.
Qantas Airways Limited 1H18 Results 22 February 2018 ASX:QAN US OTC:QABSY 1H18 Highlights Another record performance Record first half Underlying Profit Before Tax (PBT) 1 $976m, Statutory PBT $857m Continued
2017 A year of strong growth Finnair Q4 and FY 2017 result 16.2.2018 Pekka Vauramo 1 A record Q4 concluded a strong year 2017 Comparable operating result at record level, 22.9 million euro (Q4 2016: 1.6)
Press Release Results for the year ending 30 September 2013 Paris, 4 December 2013 Note: this press release presents consolidated 2013/2013 earnings established under IFRS accounting rules, currently being
Third Quarter 2017 Management s Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations and Financial Condition October 25, 2017 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Highlights... 3 2. Introduction and Key Assumptions... 5 3.
Cathay Pacific Airways Analyst Briefing 21 November 2014 Operating Performance Passenger demand remains strong, although growth in North America is significantly short of increase in capacity. Demand for
AIRBUS FY 2017 ROADSHOW PRESENTATION February 2018 SAFE HARBOUR STATEMENT 2 DISCLAIMER This presentation includes forward-looking statements. Words such as anticipates, believes, estimates, expects, intends,
Queensland WA & QLD Report Summary Strong revenue growth of 61.8% to $234.5m Strong cash flow from operations of $20.9m Net debt to equity 23.2% Underlying net profit of $8.2m (before goodwill impairment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LAN AIRLINES REPORTS NET INCOME OF US$88.3 MILLION FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2010 Santiago, Chile, April 27, 2010 LAN Airlines S.A. (NYSE: LFL), one of Latin America s leading passenger
THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL PCL 2Q2017 analysts briefing 16-Aug-2017 1 DISCLAIMER The information contained herein is intended to represent the Company s operating and financial position at a given point
Air Canada Reports Record Full Year 2013 Results Adjusted net income of $340 million, an increase of $285 million from 2012 Annual EBITDAR of $1.433 billion (excluding the impact of benefit plan amendments),
August 16, 2017 El Al Israel Airlines announced today its financial results for the second quarter and the first half of 2017. The Company's revenues in the second quarter of 2017 amounted to approx. USD
Air Canada Reports 2016 Annual Results Record annual EBITDAR (1) (excluding special items) of $2.768 billion Annual operating income of $1.345 billion Net income of $876 million and Adjusted net income
March 23, 2011 Forward-looking Statements This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements with respect to the Corporation. These forward-looking statements, by their nature, necessarily involve
RESULTS PRESENTATION YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2017 EVENT YEAR END RESULTS - WEBCAST AND DIAL IN DETAILS FRIDAY 25 AUGUST 2017 8:00 AM (AEDT) Access a webcast of the briefing at http://webcast.openbriefing.com/3955/
Chairman s Review Dear Unitholders, On behalf of the Board of Directors of Reef Corporate Services Limited, responsible entity of the Reef Casino Trust (the Trust), I present my review of the Reef Casino
Santander 22 nd Annual Latin American Conference Cancun, January 2018 This presentation may include forward-looking comments regarding the Company s business outlook and anticipated financial and operating
21 February 2018 Sydney Airport delivers another year of strong performance and is well positioned for growth Growth across all businesses with total revenue increasing 8.7% Record passenger numbers of
March 8 th, 2012 FINANCIAL YEAR 2011 2011: A TOUGH YEAR Economic environment and geopolitical crises weigh on activity Insufficient level of unit revenues to absorb higher fuel bill Revenues up 4.5% to
2Q Earnings Results Presentation SAFE HARBOR The present document consolidates information from Avianca Holdings S.A. and its subsidiaries, including unaudited financial figures, operational managerial
JAPAN AIRLINES Co., Ltd. Financial Results Mar/2018(FY2017) July 31, 2017 Today s Topics P.1 P.2 P.3 P.4~ P.6~ P.15~ Overview of Financial Results for Mar/18 Mar/18 (FY2017) 1 st quarter resulted in an
SIA SIA ENGINEERING ENGINEERING COMPANY COMPANY 11 st st Half Half FY17/18 FY17/18 Performance Performance Review Review 1 2 SIA ENGINEERING COMPANY 1 st Half FY17/18 Financial Review 1H17/18 Financial
1 Annual Results Year ended 30 April 2014 25 June 2014 Cautionary statement 2 This document is solely for use in connection with a briefing on the group headed by Stagecoach Group plc ( the Group ). This
SIA ANALYST/MEDIA BRIEFING Q2 and 1H FY17/18 Results 8 November 2017 THE PARENT AIRLINE Q2 AND 1H FY17/18 RESULTS THE PARENT AIRLINE COMPANY OPERATING PERFORMANCE Q2 % 1H % FY17/18 Change FY17/18 Change
Air Canada Reports 2017 Annual Results Operating income of $1.364 billion and record EBITDAR of $2.921 billion Record operating revenues of $16.252 billion Leverage ratio of 2.1 and unrestricted liquidity