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Air New Zealand & Qantas - Facts At A Glance

FACTS AT A GLANCE

Air New Zealand

Qantas

Corporate Details

Head office

Auckland

Sydney

Primary Stock Exchange

NZSE

ASX

Secondary Stock Exchange

ASX

Chairman

John Palmer

Margaret Jackson

Deputy Chairman

Roger France

Chief Executive Officer

Ralph Norris

Geoff Dixon

Auditors

Deloitte

KPMG

Balance date

30-Jun

30-Jun

Statement of financial Performance

Revenue

M

3,642

11,322

Net Profit After Tax and Unusuals

M

39

428

Statement of Financial Position

Total Assets

M

3,895

14,801

Total Liabilities

M

3,013

10,548

Equity

M

882

4,253

Gearing Ratio

Net debt to net debt plus equity

%

47

31

Net debt to net debt plus equity including

off balance sheet debt

%

74

50

Domestic Operating Statistics

Passengers Carried

000

5,454

15,063

Available Seat Kilometres (ASK)

M

3,638

25,373

Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPK)

M

2,427

20,168

Passenger Load Factor

%

67

80

International Operating Statistics

Passengers Carried

000

3,653

8,424

Available Seat Kilometres

M

26,076

67,237

Revenue Passenger Kilometres

M

19,055

52,609

Passenger Load Factor

%

73

78

Productivity Statistics

Group Staff Numbers

#

9,502

33,044

RPK per employee

000

2,261

2,274

ASK per employee

000

3,127

2,904

Fleet

Core Airline fleet

#

39

117

Regional fleet

#

44

76

Total fleet

#

83

193

Substantial Security Holders

New Zealand Government

%

82

BIL International

%

5

British Airways

%

20

Notes:

* All balances and statistics are as at 30 June 2002

** Air New Zealand balances are represented in New Zealand dollars with Qantas

in Australian dollars

Key:

(M) Millions

RPKs: The number of revenue passengers carried multiplied by the distance flown

ASKs: The number of seats made available for sale multiplied by the distance flown

Load Factor: RPKs as a percentage of ASKs

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