Delivering today

Qantas staff at Mascot head office

The Qantas Group delivered a record underlying profit before tax for FY18 of $1.6 billon.

14.5 per cent improvement on the prior year’s performance and a 5 per cent improvement on our previous record set in FY16.

All parts of the business contributed to the result, helped by healthy levels of demand across key markets, higher revenue and a particularly strong performance in the domestic flying businesses of Qantas and Jetstar.

This section offers a summary of our performance in FY18. More details are available in our 2018 Annual Report and Investor Centre.  

CEO and Chairman's reports

View FY18 CEO’s report (PDF) Alan Joyce at Qantas head office

Alan Joyce, AC

CEO Qantas Airways.

“As well as delivering a record financial result, rewarding shareholders and employees, and upholding our high safety standards, we made some strategically significant investments in customer experience and innovation.”

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View FY18 Chairman’s report (PDF) Director Leigh Clifford

Leigh Clifford, AO

Chairman Qantas Airways

“It’s crucial for us to look beyond annual reporting cycles and towards the longer term. We made good progress during FY18 in responding to the four global trends we know will influence our success in the future.” 

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For details of our historical performance including the 2018 Annual Report visit the Investor Centre.

View our 1Q19 trading update Jetstar aircraft in flight

FY19 first quarter trading update

The Qantas Group announced preliminary trading for the first quarter of financial year 2019.

First Quarter Group Total Revenue up 6.3 per cent to $4.41 billion versus prior corresponding period. Rising fuel costs substantially offset by net passenger revenue growth and capacity discipline.

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View our FY18 highlights Qantas Dreamliner flying over Botany, Australia.

FY18 highlights

The Qantas Group achieved a record underlying profit before tax of $1.6 billion for FY18. All parts of the business contributed to the result, helped by healthy levels of demand across key markets, higher revenue and a particularly strong performance in the domestic flying businesses of Qantas and Jetstar.

This result enables us to return further capital to shareholders, keep investing for customers and reward our employees.

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Financial performance

We are committed to delivering in accordance with our Financial Framework. Learn about how we performed in FY18.

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Strategic pillars

We measure performance against the delivery of our key strategic pillars using a balanced scorecard of key financial and non-financial metrics.

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Financial and non-financial metrics

We are committed to transparency on key performance indicators, including financial, environmental, social and governance metrics. 

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