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US airlines create a framework for consistent shareholder returns as investors grow more vocal

23-Sep-2014 8:44 PM

Now that US airlines seem to be enjoying a new cycle of financial stability they are attempting to create sustainability in an area that has historically lacked momentum – shareholder rewards.

The three major global network airlines have all crystallised some form of shareholder returns for the short term as rewarding investors is rising to become a new competitive attribute for airlines. Roughly seven months after American and US Airways closed their merger, the new American has outlined a share buy-back and issued its first dividend since 1980.

All of the new emphasis on rewarding shareholders is made possible by the balance sheet clean-up and de-levering occurring with most US airlines, which is allowing airlines to develop executable cash deployment strategies.

China Eastern Airlines: rebranding, strategic revival, new 777 deliveries and an investor hunt

23-Sep-2014 12:26 PM

Lion Air Group slows expansion. But maintains position with fastest growth and most flexible fleet

22-Sep-2014 10:00 AM

easyJet: more aircraft come in as more cash to shareholders goes out. Stelios' baby is in good hands

22-Sep-2014 1:00 AM

Southwest Airlines SWOT: Financial strength is mainstay, but cost and culture challenges loom large

21-Sep-2014 10:00 PM

Wizz Air: growing at 15% annually, one of Europe's most profitable airlines "not desperate" for IPO

19-Sep-2014 3:47 PM

Singapore outlook Part 3: long-haul growth is unlikely. LCC-led transfer growth is what's needed

19-Sep-2014 12:15 PM
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Getting the Policy Settings Right for International Airline Expansion

12-Sep-2014
Views on Australia’s bilateral aviation policy, and the opportunities and threats under ASEAN open skies expansion. Also, insight into the major facilitation roadblocks for further air travel and tourism growth and policy roadblocks (customs, taxation, fees/charges), in international markets with a focus on China and New Zealand.

 

Moderator:Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF),Chairman, The Hon Bruce Baird AM


Panellists:
Sydney Airport,CEO,Kerrie Mather
South African Airways,Chief Strategy Officer,Barry Parsons
Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development,Secretary,Mike Mrdak
Tourism Australia,Managing Director, John O’Sullivan

 

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