24-Feb-2012 11:09 AM

Air New Zealand targeting profit improvements of USD162.2m by FY2015

Air New Zealand stated (24-Feb-2012) it is aiming to make profit improvements of NZD195 million (USD162.2 million) by FY2015. The targeted improvements include a NZD110 (USD91.5 million) profit improvement on the airline’s long haul network as communicated at Air New Zealand’s Nov-2011 investor day and are as follows: [more – Original PR] [more - CAPA Analysis]

  • Overhead costs: NZD60 million (USD49.9 million) by FY2013;
  • Ancillary revenue: NZD40 million (USD33.3 million) by FY2014;
  • Network: NZD60 million (USD49.9 million) by FY2014;
  • Fleet: NZD35 million (USD29.1 million) by FY2015
  • Supply chain and labour efficiency: project underway to identify further opportunities.

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