Rolls-Royce erhält Auftrag von Finnair 11:58 20.03.06
Der britische Triebwerkshersteller Rolls-Royce Group plc (Profil) meldete am Montag, dass er von der finnische Fluggesellschaft Finnair Oyj (Profil) einen Auftrag im Wert von 470 Mio. Dollar erhalten hat.
Demnach wurde Rolls-Royce mit der Lieferung von Trent 1700 Triebwerken für die Finnair-Flotte von neun bis 13 Airbus-Maschinen vom Typ A350-900 beauftragt. Die Lieferungen werden den Angaben zufolge voraussichtlich im Jahr 2012 beginnen.
Die Aktie der Rolls-Royce Group gewinnt in London aktuell 1,12 Prozent auf 459,25 Pence, die von Finnair in Helsinki 1,03 Prozent auf 12,78 Euro. Quelle: Aktiencheck
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das Gute an Finnair ist, dass sie nicht pleite machen können. Allerdings läuft aktuell ja noch die KE soweit ich es gelesen haben (siehe Website). Das Resultat gibt es wohl am 07 Juli, aber es werden wohl 500 MIO EUR zusätzliches Kapital angestrebt, für eine alte Aktie bekommt man 10 neue Aktien. Damit könnte sich die Gesamtzahl der Aktion von 128.136.115 auf satte 1.407.401.265 Aktien erhöhen. Der Bezugspreis für die Neuen wären dann wohl runde 0.40 EUR, somit ist der aktuelle Kurs m.M.n. nicht so lecker.
Ab morgen werden dann, soweit ich es gelesen habe, auch die neuen Aktien mit gehandelt. Finnair hat dann eine Gesamtanzahl von 1.407.401.265 shares auf dem Markt.
Das Geschäftsjahr 2019 wurde mit einem operativen Ergebnis von EUR 160 MIO abgeschlossen - allerdings wird es wohl auch bei Finnair 2-3 Jahre dauern, bis diese Ergebnisse wieder möglich sind. Ob sich hier der Einstieg lohnt? Ich meine, ein KGV von 12 darf man Finnair schon zugestehen, damit wäre die Aktie zum aktuellen Kurz m.M.n. nicht zu teuer?
The COVID-19 pandemic impact was still clearly visible in the July traffic figures, cargo demand was fairly strong
In July, Finnair carried 145,300 passengers, which is 90.0% less than in the corresponding period of 2019 but 163.0% more than in June 2020.
The overall capacity measured in Available Seat Kilometres (ASK) decreased in July by 88.7% year-on-year. Finnair operated 93 daily flights (cargo-only included) on average which was 24.4% compared to July 2019. The differences between capacity figures are explained by the shorter operated flights on average and by smaller operated aircraft compared to July 2019. Finnair's traffic measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs) decreased by 94.8%. The Passenger Load Factor (PLF) decreased by 48.2% points to 41.4%. All passenger traffic figures were still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic related capacity reductions, which was visible especially in the North Atlantic figures as there were no related scheduled flights in July.
The ASK decline in Asian traffic was 88.6%. The North Atlantic capacity decreased by 100.0%. In European traffic, the ASKs were down by 87.0%. The ASKs in domestic traffic decreased by 73.9%.
RPKs decreased in Asian traffic by 97.6%, in North Atlantic traffic by 100.0%, in European traffic by 91.1% and in domestic traffic by 72.7%.
The PLF was 18.8% in Asian traffic but it was supported by the cargo operations and high cargo load factor. The PLF was 61.2% in European traffic and 73.0% in domestic traffic, whereas there was no PLF figure in North Atlantic traffic due to zero passenger flights in July.
Passenger numbers decreased in Asian traffic by 97.7%, in North Atlantic traffic by 100.0%, in European traffic by 89.5% and in domestic traffic by 75.4%.
Available scheduled cargo tonne kilometres decreased by 88.4% year-on-year and revenue scheduled cargo tonne kilometres decreased by 85.0%, both due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on scheduled flights. However, cargo related available tonne kilometres decreased by 81.5% and revenue tonne kilometres decreased by 73.0% and they included also the cargo-only flights mostly operated between Europe and Asia as well as Europe and North America. The total cargo tonnes were down by 12.8% from June 2020 as the demand was slightly weaker and as the cargo market capacity increased in July. The cargo load factor was still clearly higher than in the corresponding period of 2019.
In July, 95.9% of all Finnair flights arrived on schedule (78.4%).
Traffic statistics for August 2020 will be published on Tuesday 8 September 2020.