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it’s been a death trap for investors
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down 85 per cent o
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on Sydney Airport, i
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return to 2019 levels by 2022
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o 2023 for domestic
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2024 for international trave
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was 41 per cen
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$2 billion
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dived 70 per cent.
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be traced back to last year,
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43.7 million loss.
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of $346 million,
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$115 million institutional placemen
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issue for $231m.
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54 per cent discount t
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$14.44 in January this year
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ng 60 per cent pay cuts for board and executive
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440 redundancies
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$13 million a month.
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ital expenditure to the end of 2020
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t 90 pe
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80 per c
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ny Flight Centre,
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f $44.66
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$11.56 (at
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$500 million to $700 million
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$7.20 a share
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$200 million in debt
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$60 million from the pending sale of the company’s Melbourne property.
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6000 jobs from its global workforce
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g 250 stores
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investment banks were impressed by Flight Centre’s recapitalisation,
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$960 million
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$22.70 to $12.50.
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s $2.3 billion in available funds
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appreciably improved”
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70-80 per cent below norma
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90 per cent lower,
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$65 million by July,
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around $220 million
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given a track record of growth and profitability,
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a high exposure to the COVID-19 crisi
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Chinese tourism,
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“slow and moderate”
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property leases i
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p a third of its revenue last yea
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25 per cent reduction in property
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o $595 million as a dir
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$5 to $4.50.
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bullish outlook for airport stocks over a two year-plus investment horizon.
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$2 billion of available liquidity it has with undrawn bank facilities
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$350 to $450 million this year.
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Auckland
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h
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highest profile company in the travel industry is Qantas Airways
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at $7.16, sliding to as low as $2.14
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$3.56 mark
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dreaded possibility of repeated outbreaks.
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32,000 people, a 95 per cent reduction from the 705,000 passengers carried across the group during the same period last year.
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is $2.2 billion per year.
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of $2.7 billion per yea
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to $2.95 billion as a
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until June 20
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$715 million worth
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$290 million benefit, to be
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ts 12-month price target of $2.20.
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now in serious danger of collapsing.
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has already provided $1 billion for the sector
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a trading halt, t
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scussions with respect to financial assistance and restructuring alternat
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"dis
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three to six months for Virgin to find a solution or otherwise face going under.
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which already had issues prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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80 per cent of staff
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suspending its budget airline Tigerair’s services and grounding its entire domestic operation except for a Sydney to Melbourne return service,
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lies in its ability to organise additional liquidity
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the longer this pandemic continues, the worse off the travel industry will be.
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it isn’t enough to get them through the medium-term.
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