1-Feb-2013 10:16 AM

ANA Group 3QFY2012 operating profit down 21% but maintains full year guidance

ANA Group revenue up 14% - financial highlights:

  • Three months ended 31-Dec-2012:
    • Operating revenue: JPY378,900 million (USD4670 million), +3.8% year-on-year;
      • Air transportation: JPY338,700 million (USD4174 million), +3.7%;
    • Operating costs: JPY346,700 million (USD4273 million), +7.0%;
    • Operating profit: JPY32,200 million (USD396.8 million), -21.3%;
      • Air transportation: JPY28,800 million (USD354.9 million), -23.8%
    • Net profit: JPY15,300 million (USD188.6 million), +11.8%;
  • Nine months ended 31-Dec-2012:
    • Operating revenue: JPY1132 billion (USD14,155 million), +5.8%;
      • Air transportation: JPY1011 billion (USD12,637 million), +5.6%;
    • Operating costs: JPY1025 billion (USD12,811 million), +4.7%;
    • Operating profit: JPY107,500 million (USD1344 million), +18.0%;
      • Air transportation: JPY98,400 million (USD1230 million), +17.8%;
    • Net profit: JPY52,200 million (USD652.7 million), +18.4%;
    • Passenger numbers:
      • Domestic: 31.6 million, +6.8%;
      • International: 4.8 million, +10.2%;
    • Passenger load factor:
      • Domestic: 62.5%, +1.2 ppt;
      • International: 75.8%, +3.0 ppts;
    • Cargo volume:
      • Domestic: 359,000 tons, +0.3%;
      • International: 463,000 tons, +8.2%;
  • FY2012 forecast:
    • Operating revenue: JPY1470 billion (USD18,846 million);
    • Operating profit: JPY110,000 million (USD1410 million);
    • Net profit: JPY40,000 million (USD513 million). [more – original PR]

*Based on the average conversion rate at USD1 = JPY81.14 for three months ended Dec-2012
*Based on the average conversion rate at USD1 = JPY79.98 for nine months ended Dec-2012

ANA Group: “The Japanese economy experienced a period of relative weakness during the period against the slowdown in the global economy. While responding to significant changes in the competitive environment within the Japanese airline industry including the expansion of the slot capacity of Haneda and Narita, further progress in deregulation of the airline industry and aggressive route expansion by LCCs, ANA continued to promote the enhancement of its network by balancing the pursuit of “strength” and “efficiency” as a network carrier. At the same time, we have made further progress to implement multi-brand strategy and cost structure reforms as part of our FY2012-2013 Corporate Strategy,” Shinichiro Ito, CEO. Source: Company statement, 31-Jan-2013.

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