AICAF - Air China Limited

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Avg. Volume2,310
Market Cap13.084B
Beta0.88
PE Ratio (TTM)10.49
EPS (TTM)0.08
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.02 (2.01%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-30
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Air China Sees Cargo Rush Ahead of Next Tariffs
    Bloomberg Video14 days ago

    Air China Sees Cargo Rush Ahead of Next Tariffs

    Sep.05 -- The trade war between the U.S. and China is set to escalate. The U.S. trade deficit with China has been widening for the second straight month in July, reaching the highest level that we have witnessed since February. The gap with China hit a record with U.S. imports at an all-time high and the scramble to beat the tariffs helping Chinese airlines and shipping companies. Bloomberg Intelligence's Rahul Kapoor discusses the sector on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

  • Reuters6 days ago

    BRIEF-Air China Carried More Passengers, Mail And Cargoes In Aug From Year Earlier

    Sept 14 (Reuters) - Air China Ltd: * SAYS AUG PASSENGER CARRIED UP 9.4 PERCENT Y/Y, MAIL AND CARGO CARRIED UP 5.3 PERCENT Y/Y Source text for Eikon: https://bit.ly/2D74SQX Further company coverage: (Reporting ...

  • What Does Air China Limited’s (HKG:753) PE Ratio Tell You?
    Simply Wall St.8 days ago

    What Does Air China Limited’s (HKG:753) PE Ratio Tell You?

    This analysis is intended to introduce important early concepts to people who are starting to invest and want to begin learning about how to value company based on its currentRead More...

  • Air China Sees Cargo Rush Ahead of Next Tariffs
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Air China Sees Cargo Rush Ahead of Next Tariffs

    The trade war between the U.S. and China is set to escalate. The U.S. trade deficit with China has been widening for the second straight month in July, reaching the highest level that we have witnessed ...

  • Air China Limited Announces 2018 Interim Results, Persists in Leading Profit Level
    PR Newswire20 days ago

    Air China Limited Announces 2018 Interim Results, Persists in Leading Profit Level

    In the first half of 2018, China passenger aviation market grew steadily in demand and supply while outbound travel and international traffic demand continued to rise with a rapid growth, and there was a faster growth in capacity supply. The Group has capitalized on market opportunities by prudently optimizing its production organization, stabilizing income level and strengthening cost management to reinforce its competitive advantage in the core business. In spite of unfavorable factors such as higher jet fuel prices and depreciation in exchange rates, the Group has delivered solid results for the Period.

  • Air China Limited Announces 2018 Interim Results, Persists in Leading Profit Level
    PR Newswire20 days ago

    Air China Limited Announces 2018 Interim Results, Persists in Leading Profit Level

    In the first half of 2018, China passenger aviation market grew steadily in demand and supply while outbound travel and international traffic demand continued to rise with a rapid growth, and there was a faster growth in capacity supply. The Group has capitalized on market opportunities by prudently optimizing its production organization, stabilizing income level and strengthening cost management to reinforce its competitive advantage in the core business. In spite of unfavorable factors such as higher jet fuel prices and depreciation in exchange rates, the Group has delivered solid results for the Period.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Air China plans to sell cargo stake, first-half profit rises

    Air China Ltd said it would sell a 51 percent stake in Air China Cargo to a sister unit for 2.44 billion yuan (274.47 million pounds) to focus more on its passenger unit, as it reported a 4.3 percent rise in first-half profit. China's flag carrier said in a Thursday statement that while Air China Cargo's profitability had improved, intensifying competition, exchange rate fluctuations and the complicated international trade situation had created many uncertainties. "Therefore the sale of Air China Cargo is the company's strategic and rational response to the air cargo market's uncertainties, to strengthen the stability of the company's operations," it said.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    BRIEF-Air China's H1 Net Profit Up 4.3 Pct, To Sell 51 Pct Stake In Air China Cargo For 2.4 Bln Yuan

    Aug 30 (Reuters) - Air China Ltd: * SAYS 6-MONTH NET PROFIT UP 4.3 PERCENT Y/Y * SAYS IT PLANS TO SELL 51 PERCENT STAKE IN AIR CHINA CARGO FOR 2.4 BILLION YUAN ($351.26 million) Source text in Chinese: ...

  • Air China Targets Private Money for $1.5 Billion Cargo Venture
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Air China Targets Private Money for $1.5 Billion Cargo Venture

    Air China Ltd.’s parent is seeking private money for an air-cargo and logistics venture with planned total investment of 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) as part of Beijing’s mandate for state-owned firms to diversify their ownership. China National Aviation Holding Co., the state-owned controlling shareholder of Beijing-based Air China, is among companies looking for private partners under the nation’s so-called mixed-ownership reform, according to a list of aviation-related projects published Thursday on the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The carrier is following in the footsteps of China Eastern Airlines Corp., which diversified holdings at its logistics and cargo business last year as part of government efforts to boost competitiveness of state companies.

  • How Financially Strong Is Air China Limited (HKG:753)?
    Simply Wall St.28 days ago

    How Financially Strong Is Air China Limited (HKG:753)?

    Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as Air China Limited (HKG:753) a safer option. Risk-averse investors who are attracted to diversified streamsRead More...

  • Reuterslast month

    BRIEF-Air China's July Passenger, Mail And Cargo Carried Up

    Aug 14 (Reuters) - Air China Ltd: * SAYS JULY PASSENGER CARRIED UP 8.8 PERCENT Y/Y, MAIL AND CARGO CARRIED UP 5.5 PERCENT Y/Y Source text in Chinese: https://bit.ly/2KRD94Z Further company coverage: (Reporting ...

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    Paris police: Mix-up behind the return of Air China plane

    PARIS (AP) — An Air China flight to Beijing returned to Paris on Thursday after an airline employee misunderstood a passenger who was calling on the phone and thought he was reporting a bomb on the plane, Paris airport police said.

  • Paris Police: Mix-up Behind the Return of Air China Plane
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Paris Police: Mix-up Behind the Return of Air China Plane

    An Air China flight to Beijing returned to Paris on Thursday after an airline employee misunderstood a passenger who was calling on the phone and thought he was reporting a bomb on the plane, Paris airport police said. China's official Xinhua News Agency initially reported that the plane turned back because of "suspected terrorist information." Not so, according to an official with the airport police prefecture, the state body that oversees security at the city's airports. The passenger, speaking in English, called Air China to say he was stuck behind police lines that were set up at Charles de Gaulle Airport's Terminal 1 while officers investigated an abandoned package.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Air China flight returns safely to Paris after suspected terrorist threat

    An Air China flight returned safely to Paris after receiving a suspected terrorist threat, the airline said on Thursday. "Air China has received a suspected terrorist message. Flight CA876 has returned to Paris safely, with the plane and its passengers all unharmed," it said in its official account on the Chinese social networking service Weibo.

  • Air China’s flight hours cut after co-pilot’s e-cigarette caused emergency descent
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Air China’s flight hours cut after co-pilot’s e-cigarette caused emergency descent

    China’s aviation regulator will cut Air China’s flight hours for its Boeing 737 fleet by 10% and revoke the licences for the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent last week.

  • China clips Air China's wings after descent scare
    Reuters2 months ago

    China clips Air China's wings after descent scare

    China's aviation regulator will reduce Air China's Boeing 737 flights by 10 percent and cancel licenses of the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent last week, in a move analysts say could push the airline to cut some routes. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) will also launch a safety crackdown on the Chinese flag carrier for three months and fine the airline 50,000 yuan ($7,460), China Central Television (CCTV) said on its WeChat account. The CAAC also suspended the licenses of other staff involved in the emergency incident that was linked to a co-pilot smoking in the cockpit, CCTV added.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    China clips Air China's wings after descent scare

    China's aviation regulator will reduce Air China's Boeing 737 flights by 10 percent and cancel licenses of the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent last week, in a move analysts say could push the airline to cut some routes. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) will also launch a safety crackdown on the Chinese flag carrier for three months and fine the airline 50,000 yuan ($7,460), China Central Television (CCTV) said on its WeChat account. The CAAC also suspended the licences of other staff involved in the emergency incident that was linked to a co-pilot smoking in the cockpit, CCTV added.

  • Air China Punished After Smoking Pilot Causes Plane to Plunge
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Air China Punished After Smoking Pilot Causes Plane to Plunge

    Air China Ltd. is facing heat from regulators for a July 10 incident when a pilot, while smoking an electronic cigarette in the cockpit, caused the plane to go into a free-fall. The co-pilot of a Boeing Co. 737 aircraft, flying from Hong Kong to Dalian, tried to turn off a circulation fan to prevent smoke from reaching the cabin, but ended up switching off the air-conditioner instead, according to an initial probe by the aviation safety regulator. As part of the penalties, the Civil Aviation Administration of China ordered the state-owned flag carrier to cut its Boeing narrow-body jet flight capacity by 10 percent, government television CCTV reported on its WeChat account Wednesday.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Air China flight's sudden descent linked to co-pilot smoking- state media

    An emergency descent by an Air China aircraft after cabin oxygen levels dropped has been linked to a co-pilot smoking an e-cigarette during the flight, state media said on Friday, citing China's aviation regulator. The state-backed Air China Boeing 737 aircraft was flying to the Chinese city of Dalian from Hong Kong on July 10 when it dropped to 10,000 feet (3,048 m), with oxygen masks deployed.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-Air China Carried More Passengers, Mail And Cargoes In June, H1 From Year Ago

    July 13 (Reuters) - Air China Ltd: * SAYS JUNE PASSENGER CARRIED UP 12.1 PERCENT Y/Y, MAIL AND CARGO CARRIED UP 5.9 PERCENT Y/Y * SAYS H1 PASSENGER CARRIED UP 9.3 PERCENT Y/Y, MAIL AND CARGO CARRIED UP ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Air China incident linked to co-pilot smoking e-cigarette - state media

    An emergency descent by an Air China aircraft after oxygen levels dropped in the cabin has been linked to a co-pilot who was smoking an e-cigarette during the flight, state media said on Friday, citing China's aviation regulator. "In the preliminary investigation, the co-pilot was found to be smoking an e-cigarette," state-owned China News said in a report, citing a news conference by the Civil Aviation Administration of China investigating Tuesday's incident. The Air China Boeing 737 aircraft was flying to the Chinese city of Dalian from Hong Kong, when it made an emergency descent to 10,000 feet (3,048 m), during which oxygen masks were deployed, before climbing again to continue on to its destination.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Air China plane loses cabin pressure mid-flight

    SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, July 12 (Reuters) - Chinese authorities are investigating after an Air China aircraft made an emergency descent to 10,000 feet (3,048 metres), during which oxygen masks were deployed, and then climbed again to continue on to its destination. The northeast bureau of the Civil Aviation Administration said on its website that the Boeing 737 flight CA106 from Hong Kong to Dalian was cruising on Tuesday with 153 passengers and nine crew. No injuries were reported and the plane was not damaged, it said, adding that it was examining the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder to determine what happened.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Air China plane loses cabin pressure mid-flight

    SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, July 12 (Reuters) - Chinese authorities are investigating after an Air China aircraft made an emergency descent to 10,000 feet (3,048 metres), during which oxygen masks were deployed, and then climbed again to continue on to its destination. The northeast bureau of the Civil Aviation Administration said on its website that the Boeing 737 flight CA106 from Hong Kong to Dalian was cruising on Tuesday with 153 passengers and nine crew. No injuries were reported and the plane was not damaged, it said, adding that it was examining the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder to determine what happened.

  • Chinese Airlines Become Collateral Damage in U.S. Trade Spat
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Chinese Airlines Become Collateral Damage in U.S. Trade Spat

    Chinese airlines ordered more than $100 billion of planes from Airbus SE and Boeing Co. in the past decade. Paying those bills is getting harder with the prospect of a trade war pushing the local currency to its lowest level in six months. A weaker yuan means Air China Ltd., China Southern Airlines Co. and China Eastern Airlines Corp. will find it more costly to pay for new aircraft, which are priced in dollars.

  • How Financially Strong Is Air China Limited (HKG:753)?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    How Financially Strong Is Air China Limited (HKG:753)?

    Air China Limited (HKG:753), a large-cap worth HK$179.61b, comes to mind for investors seeking a strong and reliable stock investment. Big corporations are much sought after by risk-averse investors whoRead More...