Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gama Aviation LSE:GMAA London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZP1526 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00p -5.04% 113.00p 112.00p 114.00p 119.00p 111.00p 119.00p 264,466.00 11:11:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 236.0 6.9 18.7 6.0 48.58

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04/12/2016
08:20
Gama Aviation Daily Update: Gama Aviation is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMAA. The last closing price for Gama Aviation was 119p.
Gama Aviation has a 4 week average price of 119.05p and a 12 week average price of 135.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 290p while the 1 year low share price is currently 110p.
There are currently 42,994,442 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,037 shares. The market capitalisation of Gama Aviation is £48,583,719.46.
24/11/2016
16:57
spooky: Sorry twirl you are incorrect. There is a loss if you adjust for FX. The accounts are a little opaque which i suspect is one of the reasons for the weakness in the share price. They need to sort that out.
24/11/2016
07:32
rivaldo: GMAA has become one of Unicorn AIM VCT's largest ten investments, and in their results this morning they have this interesting paragraph: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/unicorn-aim-vct-plc--uav-/rns/annual-financial-report/201611240700089970P/ "Gama Aviation (-55%) is one of the world's largest business aviation service providers. Despite continued strong growth in revenues, the business continues to record losses after currency adjustments. The weakening of Sterling combined with a material investment in international expansion, has resulted in Gama's market capitalisation remaining under significant pressure, with the share price declining by over 50% in the period under review. The fundamental strength of the Gama business model is that revenues are underpinned by long term renewable contracts, which, when combined with geographical diversity and proven industry expertise, should enable the business to deliver improving financial results, despite challenging trading conditions in the UK and Europe."
11/11/2016
17:06
corrientes: or at least a statement saying that the continued drip drip in the share price does not accord with business progress. That would calm the nerves a bit.but then nowadays,small companies are being badly hit by margin requirements for those financial institutions willing to make a market for companies such as GMAA.
11/11/2016
08:47
rivaldo: Without giving out a formal trading statement, read this below - even the CEO is now telling us that things are at the least not as bad as the share price is telling us, and at best are positively encouraging. I suspect this is one of those situations I've regularly seen over the years, where an institutional shareholder sells out over a long time ridiculously and inefficiently by dripping out stock at regular intervals until the holding gets small enough to sell at any price just to get it off the books. Which imo presents investors with an opportunity: Http://www.gamaaviation.com/gama-aviation-gains-contracts-autumn/ "Nov 11 2016 New contracts for Middle East, Europe & USA Gama Aviation gains contracts this Autumn We are delighted to announce recent contract wins in the Middle East, Europe and the USA. Middle East: Gama Aviation’s is pleased to announce three new aircraft to its managed fleet with the addition of two Learjet 60’s and a Piaggio Avanti Evo; bringing the Middle East’s managed fleet to eleven. All three aircraft will be available for charter, fitting neatly into a category and price point where there is currently low inventory and availability. The Learjet’s are also Air Ambulance capable being equipped with Spectrum Aeromed ICU kits, furthering Gama Aviation’s strategy of expanding its special missions offering in the region. Europe: Within Europe, Gama Aviation’s engineering teams have won a maintenance contract for two King Air’s at the company’s Beechcraft service centre in Farnborough, and have extended an existing military design modifications project at its centre of excellence in Surrey, UK. USA: After a strong first half of the year, the 99th and 100th aircraft was added to Gama Aviation LLC’s fleet this autumn. Alongside the Wheels Up business, the core managed fleet continues to grow with the two new aircraft, a Palm Beach International based Cessna Citation Sovereign and a Learjet 60XR out of White Plains, adding further capacity to its Part 135 US east coast charter capacity. Marwan Khalek, Group Chief Executive, Gama Aviation commented: “I’m delighted with the progress we are making in key markets. This is testimony to the focus we place on understanding our clients and providing them with solutions that deliver the appropriate scale, breadth and depth of service to meet their needs. The Middle Eastern and US management contract wins demonstrate how this strategy has resulted in a strong pipeline and sales.”"
07/11/2016
13:55
rivaldo: GMAA have from memory indicated more than once in interviews that they won't raise funds at these prices for further acquisitions, and net debt is relatively small so there's no need for fundraising on that front. I hear what you say about a low ball takeover however, and no doubt some would be pleased to see 180p given where the share price is now! Incidentally, re today's RNS I notice that Nigel Payne has also resigned from another NED position elsewhere recently (SEC S.p.a), whilst taking over as Chairman at EGS, so I don't read anything particularly into his resignation other than a rebasing of his various directorships.
26/8/2016
07:36
rivaldo: Apologies paleje, and many thanks - I hate crossed posts! Here's your extract from ST's tip again so it's not missed: Http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/08/25/comment/simon-thompson/priced-to-gain-altitude-CV14u04WGlap4a9dma403N/article.html "The bottom line is that with the share price on the floor, and the rating so low, I feel that the risks are more than balanced by the potential for Gama to outperform my most bearish assumptions, and ones that not even city analysts are making. Reassuringly, the share price seems to have found a floor at the 150p level and looks poised to stage a rally from heavily oversold conditions. And that’s why I rate Gama’s shares a trading buy at 165p ahead of the first half results due out next month. My initial price target is 220p, and if that is surpassed the next technical resistance level is the 250p support level that gave way in late May".
26/8/2016
07:24
paleje: ST tipped these yesterday, I can't paste the whole article but his summary:- The bottom line is that with the share price on the floor, and the rating so low, I feel that the risks are more than balanced by the potential for Gama to outperform my most bearish assumptions, and ones that not even city analysts are making. Reassuringly, the share price seems to have found a floor at the 150p level and looks poised to stage a rally from heavily oversold conditions. And that’s why I rate Gama’s shares a trading buy at 165p ahead of the first half results due out next month. My initial price target is 220p, and if that is surpassed the next technical resistance level is the 250p support level that gave way in late May. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/08/25/comment/simon-thompson/priced-to-gain-altitude-CV14u04WGlap4a9dma403N/article.html
03/8/2016
07:33
rivaldo: Yesterday BBA, the much larger sector comparator to GMAA, surprised the market with good results - particularly in its Signature division, which is directly relevant to GMAA. There was a flurry of broker upgrades and the shares gained 9%. In particular, they noted "US B&GA movements up 0.2% and European B&GA movements down 0.8% during the period" (that's business and general aviation btw!). Since US operations comprise by far the bigger element of GMAA's operations, and European operations only around 7%-8% from memory, all of this bodes well. The share price is currently pricing in a disaster, whereas the H1 trading statement was pretty decent and indicates EBITDA only marginally down on last year. Hopefully the September results and outlook will trigger a big recovery from these levels.
13/6/2016
08:07
rivaldo: RNS out - confirmation that all is well with GMAA. There's absolutely no reason for the recent fall apart from share price illiquidity and a silly overreaction to the small part of the business relating to European air which wasn't doing so well: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/gama-aviation-plc--gmaa-/rns/update/201606130900019701A/ "The Board of Gama Aviation plc notes the recent decline in its share price. Gama Aviation published its results for the period ended 31 December 2015 on 21 April 2016, since that date there has been no change in the Board's expectations for the performance of the Group (on a constant currency basis) in the current year to those expressed at that time."
15/4/2016
15:22
rivaldo: No probs chasbas. IMO there's usually absolutely no relevance from share price movements to actual trading. PEG this week announced trading ahead of expectations and an acquisition - the market had absolutely no expectation built in for this. Again, CAR's share price bore no relation to its recent excellent trading statement and prospects. There are many, many examples. I say usually, though sometimes a continuous and long-term decline is too much to ignore and does presage a poor statement. GMAA's share price chart is basically level over the last two years, and its illiquidity works both ways - hopefully the trading statement will see a sharp re-rating upwards.
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