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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.162.544 von JuliaPapa am 07.11.18 21:05:54interessanter „knaller“ für mich

This $2.6b project could be a game changer for Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd (ASX:SYD)
Kevin Gandiya | September 12, 2018 | More on: QAN SYD TCL


Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd (ASX: SYD) hailed the approval of the $2.6 billion Sydney Gateway government initiative as a “game changer” that could ease congestion around the airport and increase passenger volumes over time.

Sydney Gateway is an initiative to build a freeway from the West Connex motorway controlled by Transurban Group (ASX: TCL) through to both domestic and international terminals at the Sydney airport. The initiative is also expected to widen the Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN) drive to three lanes in each direction.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.163.768 von torquay am 08.11.18 00:51:34Sydney airport CEO Geoff Culbert said, “Sydney Gateway is a game changer for reducing congestion around the airport. Widening Qantas Drive to three lanes in each direction will substantially improve the experience for people travelling to, from and past the airport. It is exciting to think that soon you will be able to drive from Parramatta to the airport and back without passing through a single traffic light”.

Passenger growth has been taking off

I think the initiative will have some long-term benefits for Sydney Airport which has experienced steady growth in the number of both domestic and international travellers.

The company’s latest traffic performance update for July shows that the 2018 year to date total number of passengers was up 3.2% with international passenger growth particularly strong at 5.2%.

In the short term however, the initiative will have a limited impact on Sydney airport and could even increase congestion due to the road works. That was reflected in Sydney Airport’s share price which did not really react to the news and was down slightly by 0.14% at the time of writing.

While Sydney Airport has a strong moat, its share price is unlikely to go gangbusters any time soon. If you are looking for a game changer for your portfolio that could really fly away then you will want to read this buy alert.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.162.544 von JuliaPapa am 07.11.18 21:05:54Sydney Airport chief wants more share of Chinese tourist market
Source: Xinhua| 2018-11-01 12:14:08|Editor: Yang Yi

SYDNEY, Nov. 1 (Xinhua) -- Despite a 13 percent rise in the number of Chinese visitors over the past year to March, Sydney Airport Chief Executive Geoff Culbert believes Australia should still be doing more to capitalize on the 80 million Chinese tourists who travel abroad every year.
"I've lived 10 years in Asia, in Tokyo and Hong Kong, and I've seen the ambition of other nations and I feel like sometimes we're a bit too comfortable," he told The Australian Newspaper on Thursday.
"I don't think we're playing to win; I think we're playing not to lose."
"I'd like to see us as a country recapture some of that pioneering spirit that made us so great in the 1970s, 80s and 90s when we grew rapidly, and I'd like us as a nation to have that sort of ambition."
With 1.3 million visitors from China during the year to March, the figure is expected to rise to around 3.3 million by the year 2026, according to the Australia China Business Council.
While this is a substantial jump, it will still leave Australia outside the top 10 countries visited by Chinese travellers.
For Culbert, he believes more could be done to lift Australia's position a travel destination, accusing Australian tourism industry of resting on their laurels when it comes to attracting the lucrative Chinese tourist market.
"I'll go to events and people still talk about the Sydney Olympics, which was wonderful, but it was nearly 20 years ago," he said.
"Let's do something that's really meaningful, that's going to rewrite our history."
One area in particular that Culbert feels needs to be improved is the country's lack of a "night-time economy".
"We like to project ourselves as a cutting-edge global international city but when you go out at 10 or 11 o'clock at night and there's not much going on, we need to start asking ourselves: Do we want to compete globally?" he said.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.162.544 von JuliaPapa am 07.11.18 21:05:54Here’s how Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd (ASX:SYD) is driving growth
Kevin Gandiya | September 20, 2018 | More on: QAN SYD TCL VAH XRO


Make no mistake, Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd (ASX: SYD) is not a fast-growing company like Xero Limited (ASX: XRO) but that’s not stopping the country’s largest airport from thinking about ways to grow their business.

The company reported solid passenger growth again for August 2018 with international passengers leading the way at 4.7% monthly growth (compared to 3.3% for domestic passengers) and 5.1% year to date growth (compared to 2.1% for domestic passengers).

Sydney Airport’s CEO Geoff Culbert said, “Nationals from Indonesia (+16.5%), Japan (+11.6%) and India (+11.3%) recorded notably strong growth, with those from South Korea (+10.7%) also contributing to the overall performance”.

He also said, “overall international passenger growth was predominantly driven by the delivery of additional seat capacity”.

Over the half year ended 30 June 2018, Sydney Airport spent $180 million on capital projects aimed at increasing capacity including airfield and terminal works.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.162.544 von JuliaPapa am 07.11.18 21:05:54Sydney Airport 1st Half Profit Rises as Passenger Growth Continues


08/21/18 07:13 PM EDT
By Mike Cherney

SYDNEY--Sydney Airport (SYD.AU), which runs Australia's busiest airport, said Wednesday that first-half net profit rose by 4% amid a continued tourism boom in Australia.


The company said its net profit for the six months through June was 174 million Australian dollars (US$128 million). Revenue rose by 8% to A$771 million while earnings before interest, tax and other items also rose by 8% to A$623.4 million. Total passengers grew some 3% to 21.6 million.

The company declared an interim distribution of 18.5 Australian cents per stapled security, up 12% on the prior year.

Looking ahead, Sydney Airport reaffirmed its distribution guidance for the full year at 37.5 Australian cents, which would be a nearly 9% increase on the prior year. It also reaffirmed its guidance for capital expenditure, saying it would spend between A$1.3 billion and A$1.5 billion from 2018 to 2021.

In the first half, revenue from aeronautical services, excluding security recovery, grew nearly 8%. Retail revenue was up nearly 9%, property and car rental revenue was up some 11% and parking and ground transport revenue grew about 2%.

The half-year result was "underpinned by continued international passenger growth, a solid performance across our non-aeronautical businesses, efficient capital investment and prudent cost control," said Chief Executive Geoff Culbert.

Still, some analysts have been concerned about slower growth recently in both international and domestic passenger traffic. Investors were also looking for an update on the expansion of retail at Terminal 2, given the increasing importance of shopping as a revenue driver for the airport.

Sydney Airport said Wednesday that more than 85% of Terminal 2 pier B in construciton had been leased, with the first staged opening expected in December this year, in time for Christmas.


-Write to Mike Cherney at mike.cherney@wsj.com


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