QAN.SG - QANTAS AIRWAYS LTD. Registered

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
4.30
+0.11 (+2.63%)
At close: 1:48PM CEST
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Previous Close4.19
Open4.29
Bid0.00 x 888800
Ask0.00 x 888800
Day's Range4.29 - 4.30
52 Week Range3.14 - 4.32
Volume0
Avg. Volume71
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  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] The Science Behind the World's Longest Flights

    is working with nutrition and health experts at Canyon Ranch here to devise new menus and onboard wellness programs for its 9,534-mile nonstop trips between Newark, N.J., and Singapore, which will be the longest flights in the world when they launch in October. The airline will also add the long-distance wellness program to existing San Francisco and Los Angeles flights.

  • Moody's2 months ago

    Australia Pacific Airports (Melbourne) PtyLtd -- Moody's: Australia's airports benefit from continued passenger growth, outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service says strong growth in international passenger traffic and non-aeronautical activities support its stable outlook for Australia's airports, tempered somewhat by large capital expenditure programs and elevated regulatory uncertainty. "IMPORTANT NOTICE: MOODY'S RATINGS AND PUBLICATIONS ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY RETAIL INVESTORS. "International passenger traffic continues to grow as a proportion of total passenger traffic, and we still see scope for sizeable growth in this market," says Nicholas Chapman, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Analyst.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Australia's Qantas Airways appoints former Wesfarmers CEO as chairman

    The airline underwent a dramatic financial turnaround during Clifford's tenure. Qantas has forecast it will report record full-year underlying earnings before tax of up to A$1.6 billion ($1.18 billion) in August, although the outlook for airlines globally has been tempered by rising oil prices. Clifford, a former CEO of miner Rio Tinto, was appointed 11 years ago and oversaw the selection of current CEO, Alan Joyce, who has been in his role for nearly 10 years.

  • Have Investors Priced In Qantas Airways Limited’s (ASX:QAN) Growth?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Have Investors Priced In Qantas Airways Limited’s (ASX:QAN) Growth?

    Qantas Airways Limited (ASX:QAN), a airlines company based in Australia, saw a double-digit share price rise of over 10% in the past couple of months on the ASX. With manyRead More...

  • Australian Qantas A380 gets rare 'jolt' from wake turbulence
    Reuters2 months ago

    Australian Qantas A380 gets rare 'jolt' from wake turbulence

    No passengers were injured and there was no aircraft damage from the incident which involved an A380 taking off from Los Angeles late on Sunday LA time bound for Melbourne, flying behind another Qantas A380 en route to Sydney, a Qantas spokesman said. Wake turbulence forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air, and air traffic control requires more spacing behind larger jets like the A380 to avoid it. Wake turbulence is uncommon and typically involves a larger jet and a smaller aircraft rather than two super-jumbos.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Australian Qantas A380 gets rare "jolt" from wake turbulence

    Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd said on Thursday one of its Airbus SE A380 jets had experienced a rare "jolt" from wake turbulence after flying 20 nautical miles behind another one of its super-jumbos. No passengers were injured and there was no aircraft damage from the incident which involved an A380 taking off from Los Angeles late on Sunday LA time bound for Melbourne, flying behind another Qantas A380 en route to Sydney, a Qantas spokesman said. Wake turbulence forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air, and air traffic control requires more spacing behind larger jets like the A380 to avoid it.

  • Qantas Plane ‘Nosedives’ Over Pacific Due to Wake Turbulence
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Qantas Plane ‘Nosedives’ Over Pacific Due to Wake Turbulence

    Flight QF94, two hours after taking off from Los Angeles to Melbourne on the night of June 10, plunged upon hitting the wake turbulence of another Qantas A380 that was on its way to Sydney, the Australian airline said in a statement. The planes were separated by 20 nautical miles and 1,000 feet in altitude. According to one of the passengers, Australian radio host Eddie McGuire, QF94 dropped and turned slightly, almost like going over the top of a roller-coaster.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Taiwan urges courage, defiance of China's "bullying" over web references

    Taiwan hopes countries around the world can show courage in the face of pressure from China on their companies to list the self-ruled island as part of China on their websites, Taiwan's foreign ministry said on Thursday. China has demanded that foreign firms, and airlines in particular, begin referring to Taiwan as Chinese territory on their websites, along with Hong Kong and Macau, a move described by White House as "Orwellian nonsense". Taiwan is claimed by China as its own, and is China's most sensitive territorial issue and a potential military flashpoint.

  • Airlines struggle with global pilot shortage
    Reuters2 months ago

    Airlines struggle with global pilot shortage

    SYDNEY/BANGKOK/MONTREAL (Reuters) - A growing shortage of airline pilots is putting the industry's recent growth at risk as planes sit idle, higher salaries cut into profits and unions across the globe push for more benefits. Carriers such as Emirates and Australia's Qantas Airways (QAN.AX) have poured resources into hiring, but struggled in recent months to use their jets as often as their business plans dictate because of training bottlenecks. Pilots at Ireland's Ryanair (RYA.I) are forming unions across Europe seeking better working conditions, and those at Air France (AIRF.PA) are striking over pay.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Airlines struggle with global pilot shortage

    SYDNEY/BANGKOK/MONTREAL (Reuters) - A growing shortage of airline pilots is putting the industry's recent growth at risk as planes sit idle, higher salaries cut into profits and unions across the globe push for more benefits. Carriers such as Emirates and Australia's Qantas Airways (QAN.AX) have poured resources into hiring, but struggled in recent months to use their jets as often as their business plans dictate because of training bottlenecks. Pilots at Ireland's Ryanair (RYA.I) are forming unions across Europe seeking better working conditions, and those at Air France (AIRF.PA) are striking over pay.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    British Airways isn't considering non-stop flights from London to Australia

    British Airways is not considering non-stop flights from its London Heathrow hub to Australia that would compete against Australia's Qantas Airways (QAN.AX), the CEO of BA's parent company said on Wednesday. "Code sharing is an option but in terms of using our metal, we're not considering it," Willie Walsh, the CEO of IAG (ICAG.L), said at a CAPA-Centre for Aviation summit in Sydney. Only Australian and British carriers have the rights to do non-stop flights between London and Australia.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Airline boss stirs gender debate with provocative comment

    Promises by the global airline industry to do more to promote gender equality veered off course when one of its top executives suggested his CEO role was too difficult for a woman. The issue of gender imbalance in aviation was a hot topic among over 200 airlines represented at the annual meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Sydney, with the predominantly male gathering agreeing more had to be done. Asked about the issue among Middle East airlines in particular, and why his job as head of his country's flag carrier couldn't be done by a woman, outspoken Qatar Airways Chief Executive, Akbar al Baker, gave a typically provocative answer.

  • Qantas bends to Beijing by describing Taiwan as Chinese
    Associated Press3 months ago

    Qantas bends to Beijing by describing Taiwan as Chinese

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's foreign minister on Tuesday expressed concern at Qantas Airways' decision to describe Taiwan as a Chinese territory after pressure from Beijing.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Australia criticises China pressure for Qantas to change website on Taiwan

    Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on Tuesday criticised China for pressuring Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX) to change its website to refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory, in comments likely to ramp up tensions between the two countries. Qantas said on Monday it had decided to comply with a request from Beijing to remove references on their websites or in other material that suggest Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau are part of countries independent from China.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    TIMELINE-Australia's deteriorating relationship with China

    SYDNEY, June 5 (Reuters) - Senior Australian government ministers accused China on Tuesday of exerting undue pressure on Qantas Airways Ltd to change its website to refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory. ...

  • Australia Decries China Pressure as Qantas Yields Over Taiwan
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Australia Decries China Pressure as Qantas Yields Over Taiwan

    Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says companies should be able to operate free from pressure from foreign governments after Qantas Airways Ltd. bowed to demands that it refer to Taiwan as being part of mainland China. Australia’s flagship carrier is one of 44 airlines asked by the Civil Aviation Administration of China to modify how they refer to Taiwan on their websites. Qantas’s Chief Executive Officer Alan Joyce on Monday said he intends to meet the requirement, following other airlines such as Air France-KLM and Deutsche Lufthansa AG.

  • Qantas plans to change Taiwan website reference, but says needs time
    Reuters3 months ago

    Qantas plans to change Taiwan website reference, but says needs time

    Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd said it plans to change its website to refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory, not an independent nation, but that it needed extra time to comply with the request from Beijing. China's aviation regulator in April gave three dozen airlines a May 25 deadline to remove references on their websites or in other material that suggest Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau are part of countries independent from China, a move described by White House as "Orwellian nonsense". Self-ruled Taiwan is claimed by Beijing as a Chinese territory, and has become one of China's most sensitive issues and a potential military flashpoint.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qantas plans to change Taiwan website reference, but says needs time

    Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd said it plans to change its website to refer to Taiwan as a Chinese territory, not an independent nation, but that it needed extra time to comply with the request from Beijing. China's aviation regulator in April gave three dozen airlines a May 25 deadline to remove references on their websites or in other material that suggest Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau are part of countries independent from China, a move described by White House as "Orwellian nonsense". Self-ruled Taiwan is claimed by Beijing as a Chinese territory, and has become one of China's most sensitive issues and a potential military flashpoint.

  • Qantas to Order Planes for ‘Project Sunrise’ Long-Haul Routes
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Qantas to Order Planes for ‘Project Sunrise’ Long-Haul Routes

    Qantas Airways Ltd. will place an order for ultra long-range planes from Airbus SE or Boeing Co. next year, starting the clock for the two manufacturers to win over the airline. The planes, which must be able to fly from Sydney to London or New York without a break with a full payload, will be delivered in 2022, Chief Executive Officer Alan Joyce told reporters on Monday at the International Air Transport Association’s meeting in Sydney. Project Sunrise, as the airline calls it, would put Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, New York or Paris within direct reach of Australia’s eastern seaboard, according to Qantas.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Global airlines slash profit outlook as fuel costs jump

    Global airlines on Monday slashed their forecast for industry profits in 2018 on a spike in fuel costs, while warning higher interest rates and a host of geopolitical tensions would add to operating risks. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents about 280 carriers, said the industry is expected to post a $33.8 billion profit this year, 12 percent below a previous forecast of $38.4 billion. "It's certainly true to say that 2018 is a tougher year, but airlines are doing a good job," IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac told reporters at the association's annual meeting, adding that most of the profit decline was due to higher oil prices.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Global airlines slash profit outlook as fuel costs jump

    Global airlines on Monday slashed their forecast for industry profits in 2018 on a spike in fuel costs, while warning higher interest rates and a host of geopolitical tensions would add to operating risks. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents about 280 carriers, said the industry is expected to post a $33.8 billion profit this year, 12 percent below a previous forecast of $38.4 billion. "It's certainly true to say that 2018 is a tougher year, but airlines are doing a good job," IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac told reporters at the association's annual meeting, adding that most of the profit decline was due to higher oil prices.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qantas and Air NZ sign alliance as downunder tourism booms

    Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX) and Air New Zealand (AIR.NZ) announced a codeshare deal on Friday, amid a redrawing of airline alliances in the region as booming tourism lifts carriers on both sides of the Tasman Sea to record profits. The deal "leverages the strengths we each have in our home markets," Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce said in a statement. Air New Zealand boss Christopher Luxon added that the two airlines "will continue to compete across all markets".

  • Qantas and Air NZ sign alliance, downunder tourism booms
    Reuters Videos3 months ago

    Qantas and Air NZ sign alliance, downunder tourism booms

    Australia's Qantas Airways and Air New Zealand have announced a codeshare deal, which will allow both airlines to share the same flight. Laura Frykberg reports.