QUBSF - Qantas Airways Limited

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Previous Close4.2900
Open4.2900
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's Range4.2900 - 4.2900
52 Week Range3.6800 - 4.4600
Volume939
Avg. Volume5,288
Market Cap7.006B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.34
PE Ratio (TTM)10.41
EPS (TTM)0.4120
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.17 (4.09%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-04
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Benzinga

    Qantas To Manage Jetstar Freight

    Singapore-based Jetstar Asia has entered into an agreement with Qantas Freight to manage the low-cost carrier's freight capacity beginning Nov. 20. Qantas has agreed to manage Jetstar Asia's cargo capacity across 23 stations in 13 markets. Jetstar operates 18 A320 aircraft, carrying belly-hold cargo.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of QAN.AX earnings conference call or presentation 21-Aug-19 11:00pm GMT

    Full Year 2019 Qantas Airways Ltd Results Investor Presentation - Media Call

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of QAN.AX earnings conference call or presentation 22-Aug-19 1:30am GMT

    Full Year 2019 Qantas Airways Ltd Earnings Call

  • Focus: Turnaround may prove tricky for new Virgin Australia CEO Scurrah
    Reuters

    Focus: Turnaround may prove tricky for new Virgin Australia CEO Scurrah

    Shareholders will press Virgin Australia Holdings' new CEO Paul Scurrah to present a robust strategic plan on Wednesday, when the airline is expected to report its seventh consecutive annual loss, on top of $1.2 billion worth of red ink over the previous six years. With shares trading near all-time lows, Scurrah's options include cutting costs, restructuring management, rebranding its underperforming budget carrier Tigerair Australia, ending loss-making flights to Hong Kong and tightening control over the loyalty division, seven current and former managers told Reuters on condition of anonymity. Borghetti transformed the former budget airline into a more serious rival to his former employer, Qantas Airways Ltd, for lucrative corporate traffic, but in doing so he sometimes made hasty decisions that proved costly for Virgin in the long term, five of the people said.

  • Turnaround may prove tricky for new Virgin Australia CEO Scurrah
    Reuters

    Turnaround may prove tricky for new Virgin Australia CEO Scurrah

    Shareholders will press Virgin Australia Holdings' new CEO Paul Scurrah to present a robust strategic plan on Wednesday, when the airline is expected to report its seventh consecutive annual loss, on top of $1.2 billion worth of red ink over the previous six years. With shares trading near all-time lows, Scurrah's options include cutting costs, restructuring management, rebranding its underperforming budget carrier Tigerair Australia, ending loss-making flights to Hong Kong and tightening control over the loyalty division, seven current and former managers told Reuters on condition of anonymity. Borghetti transformed the former budget airline into a more serious rival to his former employer, Qantas Airways Ltd , for lucrative corporate traffic, but in doing so he sometimes made hasty decisions that proved costly for Virgin in the long term, five of the people said.

  • Benzinga

    Qantas' Nonstop New York And London To Sydney May Provide Cargo Opportunity

    Qantas (OTCMKTS: QUBSF) announced that it is testing long-haul, nonstop passenger flights from New York and London to Sydney. In addition to its fiscal year 2019 earnings report, the company announced that it has embarked on a program dubbed "Project Sunrise" designed to study the health and well-being impacts on passengers and crew during long-distance flights. The airline has a goal of operating regular, nonstop commercial flights from the east coast of Australia (Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne) to New York and London, which would require a commercial plane to travel approximately 19 hours nonstop.

  • Companies to Watch: Hormel has strong quarter, Simply Good Foods makes an acquisition, concerns over PG&E
    Yahoo Finance

    Companies to Watch: Hormel has strong quarter, Simply Good Foods makes an acquisition, concerns over PG&E

    Hormel, Simply Good Foods, PG&E, JPMorgan Chase and Qantas are the companies to watch.

  • TheStreet.com

    Boeing Delays Debut of 777X Widebody Amid 737 MAX Fallout

    Boeing says the delay will ensure a more 'seamless transition' to the company's other long-range models.

  • Boeing delays delivery of ultra-long-range version of 777X
    Reuters

    Boeing delays delivery of ultra-long-range version of 777X

    SAN FRANCISCO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Boeing Co has pushed back the entry into service of an ultra-long-range version of its forthcoming 777X widebody, the U.S. planemaker said on Wednesday, as it grapples with fallout from the 737 MAX crisis and engine issues with the 777X. The fresh delay comes as the grounding of Boeing's money-spinning 737 MAX single-aisle entered a sixth month in August, and as the world's largest planemaker faces engine-related delays on the 777X widebody that have pushed the first flight of the 777-9 into 2020. The delay in the slower-selling, longer-range 777-8 will hamper Boeing's ability to provide a plane in line with the schedule for Qantas Airways Ltd's plan for 21-hour non-stop Sydney-London flights.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Boeing delays delivery of ultra-long-range version of 777X

    SAN FRANCISCO/SINGAPORE, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Boeing Co has pushed back the entry into service of an ultra-long-range version of its forthcoming 777X widebody, the U.S. planemaker said on Wednesday, as it grapples with fallout from the 737 MAX crisis and engine issues with the 777X. The fresh delay comes as the grounding of Boeing's money-spinning 737 MAX single-aisle entered a sixth month in August, and as the world's largest planemaker faces engine-related delays on the 777X widebody that have pushed the first flight of the 777-9 into 2020.

  • Australia's Qantas says it will not trim Alliance stake despite competition concerns
    Reuters

    Australia's Qantas says it will not trim Alliance stake despite competition concerns

    The regulator said Brisbane-based Alliance competed with Qantas in Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia states, and was Qantas’s only competitor on certain domestic passenger routes. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) Chair Rod Sims said Alliance was a "close, important and growing competitor to Qantas", both directly and through citing its partnership with domestic rival Virgin Australia Holdings .

  • UATP Reports 2019 Second Quarter Results
    PR Newswire

    UATP Reports 2019 Second Quarter Results

    The results reflect continued company growth WASHINGTON , July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- UATP, the airline-owned payment network, announced today its' second quarter results. UATP's Network Charge Volume ...

  • The American Airlines-Qantas Joint Venture Is Finally Cleared to Fly
    Motley Fool

    The American Airlines-Qantas Joint Venture Is Finally Cleared to Fly

    The largest airlines in the U.S. and Australia will be allowed to cooperate on schedules and pricing for flights between the two markets -- and to New Zealand.

  • American Airlines-Qantas joint venture wins final U.S. approval
    Reuters

    American Airlines-Qantas joint venture wins final U.S. approval

    The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on Friday granted American Airlines Group Inc and Qantas Airways Ltd final approval to operate a joint venture after a prior effort was rejected in 2016. U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced the approval on Friday afternoon, noting it was the first completed review of an airline joint venture proposal during the Trump administration. An application for a joint venture covering the United States, Australia and New Zealand was rejected in November 2016 by former President Barack Obama's DOT.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-American Airlines-Qantas joint venture wins final U.S. approval

    The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on Friday granted American Airlines Group Inc and Qantas Airways Ltd final approval to operate a joint venture after a prior effort was rejected in 2016. U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced the approval on Friday afternoon, noting it was the first completed review of an airline joint venture proposal during the Trump administration. An application for a joint venture covering the United States, Australia and New Zealand was rejected in November 2016 by former President Barack Obama's DOT.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-Virgin Australia's frequent-flyer partner seeks to exit stake

    SINGAPORE/SYDNEY, July 11 (Reuters) - Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said on Thursday that Affinity Equity Partners is seeking to exit its 35% minority stake in the carrier's Velocity frequent flyer programme, five years after its A$335 million ($233 million) purchase. Australia's second-largest airline said that it intended to stay a majority investor in Velocity, which competes with the larger Qantas Airways Ltd frequent flyer programme for Australian customers.

  • Reuters

    Australia's Qantas directs flights away from Strait of Hormuz

    Australia's flag carrier, Qantas Airways Ltd, said on Friday that its flights over the Middle East would avoid the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman following the downing of a U.S. surveillance drone in the region. The restriction will mean a slight change to the route for flights between Australia and London, the airline said in a statement. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has issued an emergency order prohibiting U.S. operators from flying in Iran-controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman due to heightened tensions.

  • Qantas orders 10 A321XLRs, converts 26 more to model from prior order
    Reuters

    Qantas orders 10 A321XLRs, converts 26 more to model from prior order

    Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd said on Wednesday it would order 10 Airbus SE A321XLR jets and convert another 26 from a prior order to the new long-range model. The A321XLR jets, to be delivered from mid-2024, have a 4,700 nautical mile range that will allow Qantas or its low-cost arm Jetstar to perform longer-range flights in narrowbody jets. "It can fly routes like Cairns-Tokyo or Melbourne-Singapore, which existing narrow-bodies can't, and that changes the economics of lots of potential routes into Asia to make them not just physically possible but financially attractive," Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce said in a statement.

  • American Airlines and Qantas win tentative U.S. approval for joint venture
    Reuters

    American Airlines and Qantas win tentative U.S. approval for joint venture

    American Airlines Group Inc and Qantas Airways Ltd have been given the U.S. government's tentative approval to operate a joint venture after a prior effort was rejected in 2016. The U.S. Department of Transportation on Monday issued an order tentatively approving the joint business agreement and tentatively granting antitrust immunity to the airlines covering international service. An application for a joint venture covering the United States, Australia and New Zealand was rejected by former President Barack Obama's administration.

  • Qantas Airways to rest 19-hour non-stop flights
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Qantas Airways to rest 19-hour non-stop flights

    Qantas Airways is testing a 19 hour flight from New York and London, to Sydney, to see what the effects would be on the human body. The airline said that the flights would start as early as October. Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Jen Rogers, and Rick Newman discuss.

  • Qantas Airways to test 20-hour non-stop flights
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Qantas Airways to test 20-hour non-stop flights

    Qantas Airways is testing 20-hour flights from New York and London, to Sydney, Australia, hoping to see what the effects would be on the human body. The airline said that the flights could start as early as October. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Scott Gamm and Sibile Marcellus break down the report.