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德国汉莎航空公司第一季度净亏损21亿欧元

2020-6-3 22:51

 

柏林,6月3日(新华社)——德国最大的航空公司汉莎航空于周三宣布,在2020年第一季度(第一季度),汉莎航空收入同比下降18%,至64亿欧元,导致净利润损失21亿欧元(23.5亿美元)。


汉莎航空执行董事会主席卡斯滕•施波尔(Carsten Spohr)表示:“近几个月来,全球空中交通实际上陷入了停滞。”这对公司的季度业绩产生了“前所未有的”影响。


根据该航空公司的说法,由于冠状病毒大流行而实施的旅行限制“极大地影响了汉莎航空集团的收益发展”。今年4月,汉莎航空公司的乘客数量同比下降了98.1%。


周一,汉莎航空公司的监事会接受了90亿欧元(100亿美元)的政府稳定方案。国家援助,包括各种信贷额度,仍需得到股东的批准。定于6月25日召开股东大会,讨论一揽子计划。


周三,汉莎航空还宣布将实施重组措施,“与危机前的水平相比,大幅降低单位成本”。


这家航空公司已经通过安排约8.7万名员工进行短期工作,降低了固定成本。此外,其子公司奥地利航空公司(Austrian Airlines)和布鲁塞尔航空公司(Brussels Airlines)正在进行的重组计划将“进一步加强”。


在奥地利航空公司,运力将在长期内通过缩减机队和人员成本来降低,每个机队的人员成本将降低20%左右。在布鲁塞尔航空公司,机队甚至会减少30%。


从6月中旬开始,所有的汉莎航空公司将把他们的计划扩展到每周2000次航班,覆盖全球130多个目的地。汉莎航空公司宣布在9月前将提供的运力提高到原计划的40%。


然而,“冠状病毒大流行进一步发展的不确定性”仍将使我们无法准确预测2020年的盈利趋势,尽管汉莎航空证实,该公司仍预计经调整后的盈利将出现“显著下降”。

 

BERLIN, June 3 (Xinhua) -- Revenues of Lufthansa fell by 18 percent year-on-year to 6.4 billion euros in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, resulting in a net profit loss of 2.1 billion euros (2.35 billion U.S. dollars), Germany's largest airline announced on Wednesday.

"Global air traffic has come to a virtual standstill in recent months," said Carsten Spohr, chairman of the executive board of Lufthansa. This had impacted the company's quarterly results to an "unprecedented extent."

According to the airline, travel restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic had "significantly impacted the Lufthansa Group's earnings development." In April, passenger numbers of Lufthansa airlines had collapsed by 98.1 percent year-on-year.

On Monday, Lufthansa's supervisory board accepted a nine-billion-euro (10 billion U.S. dollars) governmental stabilization package. The state aid, including various credit lines, still has to be approved by shareholders. A general meeting with shareholders to discuss the package is scheduled for June 25.

On Wednesday, Lufthansa also announced to implement restructuring measures to "significantly reduce unit costs compared with pre-crisis levels."

The airline had already reduced fixed costs by setting around 87,000 employees on short-time work. In addition, ongoing restructuring programs at its subsidiaries Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines would be "further intensified."

At Austrian Airlines, capacity would be reduced in the long-term by downsizing the fleet as well as personnel costs by around 20 percent each. At Brussels Airlines, the fleet would even be reduced by 30 percent.

From mid-June, all Lufthansa airlines would be expanding their schedules to around 2,000 weekly connections to more than 130 destinations worldwide. Lufthansa announced to further increase the offered capacity by up to 40 percent of the original schedule by September.

However, "uncertain further development of the coronavirus pandemic" would still make it impossible to offer a precise forecast of the earnings trend for 2020, although Lufthansa confirmed that the company continued to expect a "significant decline" in adjusted earnings.

 

来自: xinhua