Flying is about to get even MORE expensive: Virgin and Qantas airfares likely to rise significantly, expert says… after both companies post massive losses (with the once mighty Flying Kangaroo down $2.8 BILLION)

By Aap what’s more, Daniel Piotrowski for Every day Mail Australia
Published: 00:56 BST, 29 Eminent 2014 | Updated: 09:34 BST, 29 Eminent 2014
As Virgin what’s more, Qantas report huge losses, one thing is certain: Australian household flights are going to get ‘significantly’ more expensive.

That’s agreeing to driving business master Teacher John Roberts, from the College of New South Wales, who told Every day Mail Australia the future will be pricey.

‘You’re going to pay more for your ticket,’ Prof Roberts told the Day by day Mail Australia.

Virgin today reported a $335 million misfortune just one day day after Qantas President Alan Joyce uncovered the once compelling Flying Kangaroo had endured a record $2.8 billion misfortune in the last money related year.

Fares could bounce as much as ‘5, 10, 20, 30’ per cent, Prof Roberts said.

‘They (the residential ticket cost rises) will be significant, yet it will depend on the route,’ he said, as well as other factors counting fuel costs.

Virgin President John Borghetti today portrayed it as ‘the most troublesome working condition in Australian flying history’.

Both major aircrafts have been wounded by extraordinary competition, Prof Roberts said, with Qantas pulling back from a huge number of worldwide routes.

Virgin too declared today that it had sold a 35 per penny stake in its visit flyer program to private value firm Partiality Value Partners, in a bargain that would esteem the entirety business at $960 million.

Virgin’s fundamental misfortune some time recently charge of $211.7 million was in line with expectations, the aircraft said.

The higher statutory misfortune after charge included resource impedance of $56.9 million what’s more, rebuilding costs of $117.3 million.
The organization did not give any budgetary direction or, on the other hand limit development for financial year 2015 since of what it said was the questionable monetary environment.
Virgin was in the center of its five-year program to produce $1 billion in efficiency picks up by June 2017, it said.
It faulted the result on the limit war with match Qantas, powerless customer sentiment, proceeded monetary vulnerability what’s more, the $51.6 million cost of the carbon tax.

Its costs expanded by 3.4 per cent. Qantas posted a record $2.8 billion misfortune on Thursday, skewed by a $2.6 billion writedown to the esteem of the airline’s worldwide fleet.

Alan Joyce on Thursday conferred to returning Qantas to benefit in 2015, after it declared a record misfortune of $2.4 billion.

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