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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Air Partner Plc LSE:AIR London Ordinary Share GB00BD736828 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.90 5.56% 74.00 248,897 11:08:38
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
73.20 77.80 78.00 71.80 71.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 66.66 0.94 0.60 123.3 39
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:08:38 O 29,191 77.70 GBX

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29/5/2020
09:20
Air Partner Daily Update: Air Partner Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AIR. The last closing price for Air Partner was 70.10p.
Air Partner Plc has a 4 week average price of 36.40p and a 12 week average price of 15.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 98p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.75p.
There are currently 52,862,895 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 423,417 shares. The market capitalisation of Air Partner Plc is £41,233,058.10.
22/5/2020
10:13
trident5: QS99 - Safety and Security lost money for the year - this is where their acquisitions sit. They've been a terrible value destroyer for shareholders. The accounts re-affirm that acquisition remains an ongoing strategy to (i) diversify the business, and (ii) to enable cross-selling. Acquisitions that then generate losses destroy value for shareholders, shareholders can diversify - it's not a valid strategy for managements - which just leaves cross selling. If post-covid there isn't a well run, profitable business here the share price has got ahead of itself. The 2020 accounts are not a good read. I doubt there's sufficient liquidity to easily build a disclosable short position.
13/5/2020
11:21
dodddavid: I called them ref FY2019 and was advised it would likely be the last week of the month. I think audits are taking longer under the current situation. Soft earnings down to around £4.3 million pre-tax should already be in the share price. Anything below that might impact the price, but who knows. Im happy for it to be further discounted, but If your invested here, I'm not sure why a weak FY2019 would be more important to you the £6 million earnings in the last 3 months. Remember this is not a business that is struggling, It can pay its dividend even if it's earnings were £3 million last year. The current market cap is £30 million. Is that over priced on earnings of £4.3 million and net cash of £2 million?
23/4/2020
09:08
venek: But sharw a completely false claim as I've never worked for AP. You are taking at face value, with no evidence, claims by someone who claims, with no evidence, to be an ex-employee based solely on a coincidental anagram! A beautiful month? AP share price 18 Feb:- 74.8p AP share price 18 Mar:- 17.975p (after the AP COVID-19 announcement) Drop in market cap:- £29mn
22/4/2020
08:26
venek: They haven’t delivered a ‘solid’ 3 months! Based on the content and timing or recent announcements they seem to have delivered high performance for a few exceptional WEEKS (i.e. the exceptional spread of a pandemic) in a PART of their business. The approach to those weeks saw acknowledged falls in general business performance and continued poor performance of their non-core acquisitions. Indications are that that market conditions will be very poor for the majority of AP’s business sectors. Their management history of poor strategy and unagile performance means they remain vulnerable to smarter more agile and often better backed competitors. You have a choice:- look at the share price and the total revenues OR look at management/strategy/execution/the markets they do business in. My conclusions come from looking at the latter as the former has been subject to regular turbulence (much self-induced) and regular shuffling of divisions within AP that make the limited detail they report impossible to trend. Their management/strategy/execution/the markets they do business in are fundamentals. My negativity is because these are weak and have been for a long time. I agree time will tell. We should all read the next announcement from AP very carefully and look at what detailed evidence they give. When their Chairman says in the Times he wouldn’t have been brave enough to do what you did and have bought at the bottom then then it’s time to challenge the hype. They are going to need to explain very clearly the pre-virus performance (last FY and Feb 2020), post-virus performance to date and do there best to forecast what is going to be a very turbulent 12 months ahead without resorting to AP’s traditional rose tinted glasses.
22/4/2020
03:45
mnomis: Venek, would love to understand your angle? You spend a lot of time here moaning about AIR? Are you short, a disgruntled shareholder who is nursing a big loss, or a disgruntled employee / former employee? Perhaps you can disclose this in your next post so I can understand this crucial bit of missing information. You post a lot of circumstantial negative articles, but fail to admit that Feb / March were blowout positive months (despite the sharp sell-off in the shares which implied the worst - but was instead an institution dumping into weakness) and that the Chairman has alluded to a strong April too. I initially bought near the bottom and topped up on April announcement, and am a happy shareholder. Based on April press report kindly shared above, it seems that April is tracking well too (3 good months vs. share price where it is suggests an opportunity to me - notwithstanding some volatility, but I am an investor, not a trader). Delivering 3 solid months in the "eye of the storm" with a depressed share price seems like good performance to me and should result in a long-term positive return for long-term shareholders (imho). Time will tell.
10/4/2020
12:18
venek: Chapman Freeborn, a major Air Partner competitor, based next door at Gatwick, has issued far more precise activity numbers, despite being privately owned and not needing to fluff investors to maintain a share price. "Chapman Freeborn has already helped more than 10,000 people get home and organised 180 emergency flights." Source:- 9 April 2020 www.crawleynews24.co.uk/covid-19-gatwick-based-air-charter-company-repatriates-more-than-10000-people-across-the-world/ Will AP up their communication game and start to issue activity numbers? They need too!
02/4/2020
09:58
trident5: Stellar prediction from you here, Badger: "Looks like Air Partner going from strength to strength, the recent news release demonstrates remarkable compatibility of its service division and charter components Will be interesting to see what the business does next. Shares on the up in a chaotic economic backdrop" - 3 March, share price: 73p. Share price then fell to 17p.
31/3/2020
12:48
vprt: What a shambles by Castlefield - they had £135m of cash at end February, but still ended up dumping shares at a tanking AIR share price. I guess it shows the real advantage we PIs have relative to funds when it comes entry/exit with only modest price impact... hxxps://documentscdn.financialexpress.net/Literature/C1E632D4E714FAFB5CC1B89D7ACE4B45/149167377.pdf I wonder how their next report will describe the eventful March and their success (or otherwise) of managing their clients' money well in volatile times?
30/3/2020
02:11
masurenguy: Lord Lee of Trafford is one of Britain’s most successful DIY investors. “One of the greatest lessons I’ve learnt as an investor is to keep your feet on the ground, remember your long-term view and have faith in the recovery of the companies you have backed." After stock markets plummeted earlier this month, he bought shares in Shell on a 14% yield. Since then its shares are up 35%. Another of his top holdings is Air Partner, a private jet broker. This month it declared that the dividend would be reviewed once the crisis has passed. “When the coronavirus was in its early stages I actually added to my already substantial stake,” said Lee. “The share price has taken quite a hammering. I hope for a substantial recovery in time.” His advice to new investors is simple: “Investors should remember that we will get to a recovery — history tells us so.” Lord Lee’s top five Isa holdings 1 Air Partner 2 Aviva 3 Christie Group 4 Concurrent Technologies 5 Treatt https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/lord-lee-im-buying-cheap-shares-already-pxnnctnc3
27/3/2020
13:45
marmar80: My take about AIR situation.Share price declined dramatically as the investors linked AIR with traditional airlines. Now I personally think the share price will climb back to around 60p until update from company is received. RSI is still low so there is a chance to recover quite fast.Low oil price is good for keeping costs down. Premium ticket prices, good for revenue. No ordinary passenger flights by big airlines, good for taking repatriation flights and rapidly expand on their newly launched product AirPartner Protect. Demand is out there. Shortage of goods from China, good for AIR cargo unit. Cargo won't be stopped as it's needed to keep the supply chains running. History of high dividends in the previous years, hope to be kept.
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