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Air New Zealand Limited (AIZ)

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  • Current price: $0.900
  • Website: www.airnz.co.nz

AIZ's main activity is in passenger airline operations. It operates flights domestically, both within New Zealand and Australia, and internationally, extensively covering the Asian region, as well as the United States, and Europe. International operations are undertaken independently and though codesharing. The Company's aircraft vehicles include the Boeing 747, Boeing 767 and Boeing 737. AIZ also encompasses business units providing engineering and ground handling services. Subsidiaries extend to booking systems, travel wholesaling and travel retailing. AIZ is 25% owned by Singapore Airlines and 30% by Brierley Investments.

  • Dividend History
  • Reporting Date History
Ex date Pay date Amount (cents) Type Franking Historical Yield  
9 Mar 2001 30 Mar 2001 2.87 Interim 0% 9.70%  
10 Mar 2000 31 Mar 2000 4.14 Interim 0% 4.60%  
6 Mar 2007 26 Mar 2007 N/a Interim 0% 2.40%  
4 Sep 2006 21 Sep 2006 2.16 Final 0% 4.91%  
12 Sep 2005 29 Sep 2005 2.50 Final 0% 5.56%  
9 Oct 2000 27 Oct 2000 5.86 Final 0% 11.11%  
11 Apr 2005 29 Apr 2005 2.50 Interim 0% 2.78%  
6 Mar 2006 23 Mar 2006 2.26 Interim 0% 8.07%  
10 Sep 2007 27 Sep 2007 4.25 Final 0% 4.72%  
7 Mar 2008 28 Mar 2008 4.39 Interim 0% 9.60%  
3 Sep 2008 19 Sep 2008 N/a Interim 0% 4.88%  
6 Mar 2009 27 Mar 2009 2.37 Interim 0% 2.63%  
7 Sep 2009 18 Sep 2009 2.87 Interim 0% 5.82%  
9 Mar 2010 26 Mar 2010 2.33 Interim 0% 5.78%  
6 Sep 2010 21 Sep 2010 3.70 Final 0% 6.70%  
7 Mar 2011 22 Mar 2011 2.20 Final 0% 6.56%  

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