Qantas Airways makes smooth landing for A$900m

Qantas Airways has wrapped up its latest borrowing at A$900m ($676m). The Australian carrier had held roadshows in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taipei and drew a response from Chinese, Singaporean and Taiwanese banks, among others.

  • By Shruti Chaturvedi
  • 21 Apr 2017

The loan consisted of two revolvers, facility B and facility C, each of A$450m. Facility B matures in three years and C in four years. They will refinance two revolvers that fall due in April 2018 and April 2019, respectively.

Each allocation was split 50-50 between B and ...

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