Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Air Partner LSE:AIR London Ordinary Share GB00BD736828 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.95p +1.99% 99.95p 98.40p 101.50p 99.20p 99.00p 99.20p 581,306 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 42.5 4.3 5.4 18.5 52.19

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26/5/2018
11:56
The flight was provided by aircraft charter company Air Partner Ltd. A spokesman for Air Partner said the company "deeply regret" that the original aircraft was unable to fly. "On Thursday morning, we offered a number of alternative aircraft solutions to the travel agent that contracted us, but they declined them, and we fully refunded the travel agent," the spokesman added.
spacedust
26/5/2018
09:41
Bad publicity.
pireric
25/5/2018
23:48
"With deep regret, we have had to cancel three flights to Kiev. Due to so many flights going into Kiev, Kiev Borispyl has unable to allocate times for aircraft"We have worked extremely hard over the last 48 hours trying to resolve these issues. We have had Liverpool football club, Police, UEFA and everyone at the highest levels of authority trying to resolve this.We have exhausted all avenues to try and get landing slots. We have had them from Liverpool airport and Manchester airport and we have applied for slots in the correct manner and time frame with the authorities. To reiterate this problem IS with Kiev."Liverpool Football Club are continuing to work with all of the relevant stakeholders in the UK and Ukraine in an attempt to resolve a situation which has left around 1,000 fans without flights to Kiev for the Champions League final."Flights chartered by World Choice Sports had been set to take supporters to Ukraine, but a dispute between the Widnes-based travel company and the aviation authorities in Kiev over the size of the aircraft has led to the trips being cancelled.
dontay
25/5/2018
22:34
In the news: hTTp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-44258337
trident5
25/5/2018
17:40
Air Partner - 09 May 2018Air Partner, working with IMEX arranged all hosted buyer flights for the IMEX 2018 event, running between 15-17 May, 2018, for the seventh consecutive year.IMEX is the worldwide exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events. As part of the event, a Hosted Buyer Programme is offered, providing travel and accommodation for qualifying buyers.This has been designed to encourage high-calibre buyers to visit IMEX. For the last six years Air Partner has organised almost 14,000 scheduled service flights for hosted buyers to IMEX Frankfurt and IMEX America in Las Vegas for the prestigious three-day events.Air Partner's Commercial Jet and Travel divisions - which offer charter flights, scheduled tickets or a combination of both - have been a significant player in the MICE industry for over 50 years. They understand that when organising a conference or promotional event, getting guests there in comfort and on time is critically important.Air Partner is working with event planners in every part of the world covering all types of events, operating as a one-stop service for flights, transfers and accommodation.Jon Cavalli, Air Partner's Trading Manager - Commercial Jets UK, said, 'Air Partner offers an unrivalled charter solution providing clients with the highest levels of service and bespoke packages. We are thrilled to have attended IMEX this year and to have been chosen to manage the flights for IMEX's hosted buyer programme for the seventh consecutive year.'The benefits of charter flights are numerous including; clients being able to fly large numbers of passengers directly to destinations that might otherwise not be served by scheduled services, and on a date and time of their choosing. For bigger groups, off airport check-in can be arranged at the hotel to make the process as efficient and stress-free as possible.One recent client chartered an astonishing six commercial aircraft - two airbus A330s, a Boeing 777, Boeing 767 and a Boeing 737 - for one three-day corporate event. The six aircraft offered over 800 seats for delegates, flying from Scandanavia to Edinburgh and back.Air Partner started planning the logisitics six months before the event took place to ensure everyone departed with a one-hour period and worked in close co-operation with airports, handling agents and the immigration authorities. Delegates were able to board the flight after checking in at specially-branded check-in desks, found their aircraft seats sporting the company's corporate logo and then enjoyed complimentary drinks from the free onboard bar.Air Partner is also increasingly combining scheduled tickets with private charters for its clients, providing a more cot effective option. This can involve flying groups of passengers on scheduled flights from different locations to one central airport where they can all board the same chartered aircraft.A recent three-day conference involved flying 450 delegates on scheduled flights to one central point in Spain to then board a number of specially-chartered jets to travel on to Malaga for a three-day conference. To make for an unforgettable experience, the company's corporate logo appeared on check in desks, seatback headrests and all the firm's managing directors were dressed in captain's uniforms.Air Partner's ability to provide a wholly personalised experience both at the airport and on-board means each touch point of the travelling experience becomes part of a truly bespoke event, meeting each brand's particular requirements.Air Partner - London, UK, 22 May: Air Partner, the leading private aviation group, are expecting enquiries for private jet travel to soar this football transfer window especially with the World Cup placing players in the spotlight.The bi-annual transfer window sees multimillion-pound footballers jetting all over the world in attempt to join new clubs and secure new contracts worth tens of millions of pounds. Clubs will also be keen to tie up deals before players jet off with their respective countries for the World Cup in Russia.Last year's deadline day, which sport pundits claim was the biggest in football history, generated a record spend on private jets as footballers and clubs scrambled to fill positions.Private jet bookings within the football transfer period look set to soar as the last transfer window saw nearly a 20 per cent increase in activity through Manchester and London during the latter stages of the window.Julia Timms, Chief Marketing Officer said: 'The football transfer window kicks off a busy time for us and we will be working around the clock to beat the transfer deadline and arrange scores of flights for clients over the coming months.
dontay
25/5/2018
13:03
Results to be announced on Thursday, 31 May.
pvb
24/5/2018
12:08
Yep, I even found it difficult to buy 10k of them this am.
dontay
24/5/2018
08:16
Spread has reduced significantly with buy price around the same and sell price having risen suggests market makers short of stock. The results announcement next week should clear the air pardon the pun and this should correct itself back between £1.20 and £1.40. I’m already in good shape having bought more at circa 86p ( touch wood )
goodpick
24/5/2018
01:38
Dont mention it. Anytime trident. Well done on loading up. Should be 140 anytime
spacedust
22/5/2018
20:10
Thanks guys - your analysis is second to none - I must load up big tomorrow.
trident5
22/5/2018
19:50
Guys have a look at Aeg as well.Last RNS was amazing.Potential multibag in 2018.Take care
costax1654x
22/5/2018
19:23
Has everyone left the building? It's about to March upwards to 140p now
spacedust
11/5/2018
08:36
Another buying opportunity coming up as it drifts towards 90p on low volumes.
goodpick
04/5/2018
09:42
Looks like they have no option but to keep buying more as the share price would be plummeting otherwise and their original position would be worth a lot less.
lbo
04/5/2018
09:34
Castlefields are adding. Rns out
spacedust
27/4/2018
17:05
The market price goes up; the market price goes down. It's the way of the market.
pvb
27/4/2018
12:15
Market not impressed with the interim CFO announcement? Or maybe the lack of further information on the accounting issues?
lbo
19/4/2018
22:59
2 sides to a coin etc
spacedust
16/4/2018
07:22
Interesting to learn Keith Ashworth has had close ties to Air Partner for many years. This was back in January when share price was higher and before the accounting issues became publichttp://m.citywire.co.uk/money/four-shares-the-pros-are-buying/a1081379"Ashworth-Lord increased his investment in the company by 1% to 10%. At a share price of 139.1p, the stake is worth £7.3 million. The shares have rallied from around 77p in mid-2016 to the highest the stock has traded since 2008, with the sharp fall in the graph above showing the impact of last January's one-into-five share split.The shares are held in the £247 million CFP SDL UK Buffettology General fund and feature as a top 10 position. Ashworth-Lord previously covered the stock as an equity analyst at WH Ireland"Also look back at the 2011 annual report and the bonus scheme introduced around the timehttp://www.airpartner.com/globalassets/investors/annual-reports/2011-annual-report.pdfAnnual bonus A new bonus scheme for senior executives was introduced in September 2010. The annual bonus is based on 100% of salary for on-target performance by Mark Briffa Mark Briffa was paid a salary of £172,058 and a bonus of £172,402 and he was paid significantly higher then 2010
lbo
15/4/2018
18:46
There is a write up in Sat Daily Telegraph.Benign summary of recent events.Positive on balance I think.
steeplejack
13/4/2018
16:19
Anyone tempted to top up?
bouleversee
13/4/2018
15:57
Castlefield have bought more ! that is a real sign of faith in the company and partly explains the shares going back up to £1 today. They must be on the inside track as a major shareholder and the CEO must have comforted them that this is a paper reporting issue - so the shares appeared cheap. Nice to see if gradually recover. These shares seem to trade at quite low volumes and with a highish spread so not surprising that they are recovering so quickly. Lets see if we are back up to £1.20 next week ?
goodpick
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