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Forsyth Barr analysts see it as increasingly unlikely that the Government will be able to maintain the current closed border settings through our summer; vaccination level may only reach 73% of the population
11th Oct 21, 9:33am
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Forsyth Barr analysts see it as increasingly unlikely that the Government will be able to maintain the current closed border settings through our summer; vaccination level may only reach 73% of the population
Air New Zealand cites uncertainty around the current lockdown as it reports pre-tax losses of $440 million for the financial year to June 2021
26th Aug 21, 9:22am
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Air New Zealand cites uncertainty around the current lockdown as it reports pre-tax losses of $440 million for the financial year to June 2021
David Hargreaves asks if the country's largest airport just made its first loss since sharemarket listing over 20 years ago - or actually reaped a profit of over $1 billion
19th Aug 21, 10:09am
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David Hargreaves asks if the country's largest airport just made its first loss since sharemarket listing over 20 years ago - or actually reaped a profit of over $1 billion
Jarden analysts calculate about $350 mln to $500 mln of Air New Zealand's $1.5 bln Govt loan facility may be left by the time the airline undertakes a capital raising next year
17th Aug 21, 1:27pm
Jarden analysts calculate about $350 mln to $500 mln of Air New Zealand's $1.5 bln Govt loan facility may be left by the time the airline undertakes a capital raising next year
The country's largest airport will start laying the 'groundwork' early next year for its new domestic hub, but is not giving any indication of when the major phase of development of the $1 bln on-hold project will commence
9th Aug 21, 10:29am
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The country's largest airport will start laying the 'groundwork' early next year for its new domestic hub, but is not giving any indication of when the major phase of development of the $1 bln on-hold project will commence
Air New Zealand now expects to lose up to $530 mln in the 2022 year, on top of about $450 mln in the financial year just gone - and it will need to tap more into the Govt's standby loan facility
4th Aug 21, 9:07am
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Air New Zealand now expects to lose up to $530 mln in the 2022 year, on top of about $450 mln in the financial year just gone - and it will need to tap more into the Govt's standby loan facility
Forsyth Barr analysts have doubled their forecast loss for the national airline for the 2022 year and lowered their 'target' share price for it
21st Jun 21, 3:50pm
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Forsyth Barr analysts have doubled their forecast loss for the national airline for the 2022 year and lowered their 'target' share price for it
Air New Zealand defers capital raise plans until later in the year, as the Crown increases a loan facility for the airline by $600 million to $1.5 billion
9th Apr 21, 10:10am
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Air New Zealand defers capital raise plans until later in the year, as the Crown increases a loan facility for the airline by $600 million to $1.5 billion
Our national airline says its 'monthly cash burn' is expected to be between $45 mln and $55 mln a month for the remaining five months of the financial year; capital raising still planned by June
25th Feb 21, 9:37am
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Our national airline says its 'monthly cash burn' is expected to be between $45 mln and $55 mln a month for the remaining five months of the financial year; capital raising still planned by June
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton calls for the introduction of four policies to tackle the impact of tourism on the New Zealand environment
18th Feb 21, 2:01pm
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Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton calls for the introduction of four policies to tackle the impact of tourism on the New Zealand environment
The country's largest airport see no two-way, quarantine-free, trans-Tasman travel before the end of June
18th Feb 21, 8:58am
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The country's largest airport see no two-way, quarantine-free, trans-Tasman travel before the end of June
Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
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Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
Air NZ starts drawing down on $900 million Crown loan; Plans to complete capital raise by June
25th Sep 20, 4:00pm
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Air NZ starts drawing down on $900 million Crown loan; Plans to complete capital raise by June
Our national airline is not giving any specific financial guidance for the year ahead but says each of the scenarios it is currently modelling suggests it will make another loss in 2021
27th Aug 20, 9:01am
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Our national airline is not giving any specific financial guidance for the year ahead but says each of the scenarios it is currently modelling suggests it will make another loss in 2021
The country's largest airport is taking a gloomier view than international observers of how long it will take global travel to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic
20th Aug 20, 9:58am
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The country's largest airport is taking a gloomier view than international observers of how long it will take global travel to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic
Air NZ expects to draw on the $900m Crown loan in 'due course' and is 'actively' looking at a range of long-term funding options
23rd Jul 20, 1:09pm
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Air NZ expects to draw on the $900m Crown loan in 'due course' and is 'actively' looking at a range of long-term funding options
Government looks to limit the flow of passengers back into the country as quarantine facilities fill up
7th Jul 20, 8:40am
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Government looks to limit the flow of passengers back into the country as quarantine facilities fill up
The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
1st Jul 20, 10:47am
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The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
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As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
18th Jun 20, 9:43am
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Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
Gareth Vaughan on Michael Cullen's key moment in our history, how Asia's densest slum chased the virus, Hertz the pandemic zombie, airport ghost towns & could the US be headed for civil war?
18th Jun 20, 9:18am
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Gareth Vaughan on Michael Cullen's key moment in our history, how Asia's densest slum chased the virus, Hertz the pandemic zombie, airport ghost towns & could the US be headed for civil war?
Our national airline hasn't denied informed media speculation that it may soon tap shareholders for more cash
11th Jun 20, 11:06am
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Our national airline hasn't denied informed media speculation that it may soon tap shareholders for more cash
Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
26th May 20, 10:17am
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Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
Country's largest airport says it is moving swiftly to respond to 'abrupt changes' in the market and has obtained covenant waivers from its bankers till the end of 2021
6th Apr 20, 9:22am
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Country's largest airport says it is moving swiftly to respond to 'abrupt changes' in the market and has obtained covenant waivers from its bankers till the end of 2021
The country's largest airport has suspended plans for a second runway, a domestic Jet Hub, a multi-storey carpark, and construction of the 146-room Mercure Hotel near the airport shopping centre
26th Mar 20, 10:43am
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The country's largest airport has suspended plans for a second runway, a domestic Jet Hub, a multi-storey carpark, and construction of the 146-room Mercure Hotel near the airport shopping centre