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Qantas Timeline

Qantas' recent history

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In what year did Qantas record a financial loss 2003
In what years were Jetstar and Jetstar International launched 2004 & 2006
What was Qantas' before tax profit in 2011 Over $500 million
Over the past decade what has been Qantas' average rate of return 6.2%
Over the past 10 years how much money has the global airline industry lost in total $20 billion
What is the approximate vale of Qantas' assets $20 billion
Typically does Qantas have more current assets or more current liabilities Current liabilities
2001 2003, 2006 and 2009 were all bad years for Qantas. What were the external factors that contributed to poor profits in these years 2001 - September 11 2003 - Iraq war and SARS 2006 - Rising fuel costs 2009 - GFC
Qantas currently has a working capital ratio of 1. It is often below 1. How does Qantas ensure it can meet its short term financial commitments It has an overdraft type facility of $300 million
In what year did Alan Joyce become CEO of Qantas. What important reform was implemented in this year. 2008 - Qantas divided into separate business units
In what year was Qantas privatised 1995
When did Qantas buy out Australian Airlines and enter the domestic market 1992
Qantas rate of return was 17% in 2008. What did the rate of return drop to during the GFC in 2009 1.7%
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