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Qantas Airways Limited (QUBSF)

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3.4300-0.0300 (-0.87%)
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Previous close3.4600
Open3.3200
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range3.3200 - 3.4300
52-week range2.9300 - 4.4100
Volume1,100
Avg. volume1,393
Market cap6.477B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.19
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.6600
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date02 Mar 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Qantas to cut more domestic capacity after W. Australia delays border opening

    Qantas Airways Ltd will cut domestic capacity by 10 more percentage points, to 60% of pre-pandemic levels, in the March quarter after the state of Western Australia indefinitely delayed opening its border, the carrier said on Friday. The opening planned for Feb. 5, was cancelled late on Thursday, with authorities in Western Australia citing health risks from a surge in the Omicron variant of coronavirus in eastern states. In a statement, Qantas said, "The group retains the flexibility to adjust flying levels depending on demand and clarity on border re-opening in the weeks and months ahead."

  • Reuters

    Qantas to cut Q3 capacity by about a third as COVID-19 cases rise

    SYDNEY (Reuters) -Qantas Airways Ltd has pared about a third of planned domestic and international capacity in the March quarter to better match travel demand after a rise in COVID-19 infections, it said on Thursday. Qantas has not made material capacity adjustments for the fourth quarter, it added. The Australian carrier is the latest airline globally to make major March quarter capacity cuts as the highly infectious Omicron variant of the coronavirus spreads globally, dampening travel demand and leading to rising sick calls among staff.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 3-Airbus lands Air France-KLM jet order, capping trio of deals

    Airbus completed a triple crown of aircraft orders at the expense of rival Boeing on Thursday with a deal to supply 100 narrowbody jets to Air France-KLM subsidiaries in the airline group's largest purchase based on number of jets. The planemaker's third big win in 36 hours - after deals in Singapore and Australia - involves Dutch subsidiary KLM and a pair of low-cost units, all of which have traditionally relied solely on Boeing for widely used medium-haul passenger planes. The contract covers Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft and will renew the medium-haul fleets of KLM and Dutch low-cost unit Transavia Netherlands, while also allowing for both the renewal and expansion of the fleet at sister unit Transavia France.