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Qantas Airways Limited (QAN.AX)

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4.9600+0.0300 (+0.61%)
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Previous Close4.9300
Bid4.9600 x 0
Ask4.9700 x 0
Day's Range4.9000 - 5.0700
52 Week Range4.2000 - 5.9700
Avg. Volume8,114,670
Market Cap9.355B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.18
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.0730
Earnings DateFeb 23, 2022 - Feb 28, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 02, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
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    Virgin Australia said on Thursday it would add seven more Boeing Co 737 NG planes to its fleet, nearly restoring it to pre-pandemic levels, to help meet a goal of obtaining a one-third share of Australia's domestic travel market. Australia's second-largest airline said the agreed letters of intent would give it a fleet of 84 737 NGs, just one shy of the 85 it operated before it entered voluntary administration last year and handed back many of its planes to lessors. The carrier, now owned by U.S. private equity group Bain Capital, competes against Qantas Airways Ltd and Regional Express Holdings Ltd (Rex) in a domestic market that is beginning to recover as states open their borders.

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    Qantas reports surge in domestic bookings as state borders open

    Qantas Airways Ltd said on Friday it had taken nearly 500,000 domestic bookings in the past two weeks as states begin to open their borders, versus around 20,000 in a two-week period in August when parts of the country were locked down. "Travel demand and confidence levels are high," Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce said at the airline's annual meeting. "And most states have outlined their plans to open their borders before Christmas – one of the busiest travel times of the year."

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    Qantas to step up international flying amid 'massive demand' from Australians

    SYDNEY (Reuters) -Qantas Airways Ltd said on Friday it would speed up plans to restart flights to many destinations and use some bigger planes amid "massive demand" for international flying as quarantine restrictions ease for Australian citizens. All 11,000 of the airline's staff idled without pay, around half its workforce, will return to work by early December as domestic and international flying returns to more normal levels, the airline said. Qantas will bring back two of its flagship Airbus SE A380 super-jumbos in April - three months earlier than planned - and is in talks with Boeing Co about the delivery of three new 787-9s in storage to accelerate its international flight plans.