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马来西亚亚航集团第三季度净亏损扩大

2020-11-25 15:34

 

新华社吉隆坡11月24日电马来西亚亚航集团(AirAsia Group)周二表示,由于使用权资产折旧和旅行需求下降,截至9月份的第三季度净亏损同比扩大。


亚航集团在一份声明中表示,截至9月份的三个月净亏损为8.5178亿林吉特(约合2.0839亿美元),而去年同期的净亏损为5144万林吉特。


营收从30.7亿林吉特(7.5亿美元)下跌85.6%,至4.4291亿林吉特(1.0836亿美元),部分原因是由于国内旅游需求加速,处理备用发动机的收益达到3.935亿林吉特(9627万美元)。


亚航集团表示,其确认的资产使用权折旧和租赁利息成本为6.631亿林吉特(1.6223亿美元)。


在这9个月里,亚航集团净亏损26.6亿林吉特(6.5亿美元),而净利润为8072万林吉特(197.5万美元)。收入下降68.4%,从90.9亿林吉特(22.2亿美元)降至28.7亿林吉特(7亿美元)。


亚航集团(航空)总裁Bo Lingam表示:“我们仍然相信我们有能力克服这些挑战,并在明年变得更加强大。”


他说,尽管该公司希望封锁和边境限制将很快被解除,但如果限制继续存在,该公司准备在2021年之前仅依靠国内行业维持可持续运营。


“自去年年底以来,我们看到竞争对手在票价和合理定价方面有所改善。我们已经成功地将固定成本削减了50%,我们将继续作为一个更精简、更强劲的航空公司来运营,”他补充道。


亚航集团(AirAsia Group)预计,东盟(ASEAN)国家之间的旅游泡沫将进一步形成,如果亚航在该地区站稳脚跟并占据主导地位,这将提振其业务。“我们对这些进展保持积极态度,并完全致力于支持这些努力,”薄说。


与此同时,亚航集团(AirAsia Group)首席执行长费尔南德斯(Tony Fernandes)说,该公司正在为马来西亚的Danajamin Prihatin担保计划以及其他市场的银行融资项目争取银行承诺。


他表示:“我们正在讨论并积极探索其他融资机会,包括可能的配股发行。”“我们预计2021年将有充足的流动性,随着旅游泡沫和绿色通道的进一步形成,航空旅行需求将呈上升趋势。”


他说,AirAsia.com正在增加SNAP、酒店、活动等产品和服务的可用性,以及前往其他东盟国家和中国的无限制旅行通行证。

 

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's AirAsia Group on Tuesday said its net loss for the third quarter ended in September widened year-on-year due to the depreciation of right-of-use assets and lower travel demand.

Net loss for the three months through September was 851.78 million ringgit (208.39 million U.S. dollars) compared with a 51.44-million-ringgit loss a year ago, AirAsia Group said in a statement.

Its revenue plunged 85.6 percent to 442.91 million ringgit (108.36 million U.S. dollars), from 3.07 billion ringgit (0.75 billion U.S. dollars), partly aided by gains from the disposal of spare engines amounting to 393.5 million ringgit (96.27 million U.S. dollars) while domestic travel demand picked up pace.

AirAsia Group said it recognized a significant 663.1 million ringgit (162.23 million U.S. dollars) of depreciation of right-of-use assets and lease interest costs.

For the nine months, AirAsia Group posted a net loss of 2.66 billion ringgit (0.65 billion U.S. dollars) versus a net profit of 80.72 million ringgit (19.75 million U.S. dollars). The revenue slumped 68.4 percent to 2.87 billion ringgit (0.7 billion U.S. dollars) from 9.09 billion ringgit (2.22 billion U.S. dollars).

"We remain confident in our ability to overcome these challenges and emerge stronger next year," said President (Airlines) of AirAsia Group Bo Lingam.

While the company is hopeful that lockdowns and border restrictions will soon be lifted, it is prepared to maintain sustainable operations solely on the back of domestic sectors into 2021 if restrictions remain, he said.

"Since the end of last year, we have been seeing improvement in fares and rational pricing by competitors. We have successfully cut our fixed costs by 50 percent and we will continue to operate as a leaner and more robust airline post-pandemic," he added.

AirAsia Group foresees further formations of travel bubbles between ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries which would boost its operations given a strong foothold and dominance in the region. "We remain positive about these developments and are fully committed to supporting these efforts," Bo said.

Meanwhile, AirAsia Group Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes said the company is in the midst of securing commitments from the banks for the Danajamin Prihatin Guarantee Scheme in Malaysia and other bank financings in other markets.

"Other capital raising opportunities including a potential rights issue are in discussion and are actively being explored," he said. "We foresee sufficient liquidity in 2021 with the expectation of upward growth trajectory in air travel demand amid the further formation of travel bubbles and green lanes."

He said AirAsia.com is increasing the availability of products and services such as SNAP, hotels, activities and unlimited travel passes to other ASEAN countries as well as China.

 

来自: xinhua