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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
  0.00 0.0% 124.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
124.50 125.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 71.17 8.38 9.40 13.2 79
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 124.50 GBX

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05/7/2022
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 124.50p.
Air Partner Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 125p while the 1 year low share price is currently 71.60p.
There are currently 63,562,601 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Air Partner Plc is £79,135,438.25.
27/4/2022
09:10
cd27idw: Basically, sold down the river. I'd like to know what deal those directors who stayed on got. As regards how little the exit price meant, bear in mind when CoVID hit the price dropped to 20p. 125p gives a 6x+ return. I didn't have the cash, or the balls, to hoover up what was available at the time, but I'm guessing bigger fish did, and that's what pushed the sale through. RIP AIP. Wonder what the Macks' thoughts on this farce are.
18/4/2022
13:59
trident5: What a bloody cheek? What did they do with the profits - distribute them to shareholders? Or, spend it on acquisitions that didn't deliver value. And let's not mention the big placing they did on the back of their upgrades. Bit rich for the Chair to be blaming shareholder. If they'd stuck to air charter it would have been a good business.
18/4/2022
13:29
robinnicolson: A very interesting guest column in The Times today, written by the chairman of Air Partner, Ed Warner. Titled 'Takeover offers for small companies expose timid stock market investors', he expresses his frustration with fund managers who saw Air Partner as simply too small to matter: "My overriding feeling is that any deal would have sufficed for those seeing this single business as a portfolio rounding error". Discussing negotiation talks with advisers, he writes: "What struck me through those talks was how little the exit price meant to so many of those involved. Better a deal at any price to bank a fee and move on than run the risk of failure by pressing too hard. Similarly when all was revealed to investors, not once did anyone question the price, even though it came hard on the heels of two profit upgrades." He concludes that he believed that Air Partner's time on the stock market had run its course: "Just how profitable did we have to be".
27/1/2022
17:46
robinnicolson: I'm disappointed by the offer. Here is Canaccord Genuity's view, published just before Christmas: Analysts at Canaccord Genuity reiterated their 'buy' rating and 120.0p target price on aviation firm Air Partner on Monday, stating recent solid trading had set the firm's balance sheet up with "firepower for growth". Canaccord Genuity said Air Partner's freight charter unit had delivered stronger-than-expected trading, leading to full-year 2022 pre-tax profit, net cash and earnings per share upgrades. As Air Partner delivers on its strategy, the Canadian bank thinks this will allow investors to assign a greater probability of compounding growth prospects. Critically, even though stronger trading has a 2021-22 effect only, Canaccord thinks the cash generated opens the way to accelerate growth and shareholder returns and that, as a result, longer-term the shares could then surpass 240.0p as the PER re-rates upwards. "We project unchanged 2023E EPS 37% > FY20 EPS (pre-COVID-19) despite ~20% dilution from new shares issued since - with quality EPS from FCF (av. ~11% FCF yield FY22E-24E) and RoE over 20%," said the analysts. "With a PER ~10x FY23E (and ~3% DPS), we estimate this asset-light, diversifying company offers scope for good total return prospects."
27/1/2022
09:49
hpcg: RCT - read the RNS again. Only the 1.8% director shares are biding. In addition to the irrevocable undertakings from the Air Partner Directors, BidCo has received an irrevocable undertaking from Amati Global Investors Limited as the appointed investment manager of TB Amati UK Smaller Companies Fund in respect of 6,344,309 Air Partner Shares representing approximately 9.98 per cent. of the issued ordinary share capital of Air Partner as at the Last Practicable Date. Such irrevocable undertaking shall lapse in certain circumstances in the event that, inter alia, another offer is made for Air Partner equal to or greater than 140 pence per Air Partner Share. Lord Lee and Schroders have simply agreed to the deal, nothing more.
26/1/2022
12:27
hpcg: I would imagine the share price weakness in the last couple of days is a function of the US market sell off and fears about Russia invading Ukraine. Buyers control the price and they want more for their money when risks are heightened.
21/12/2021
13:16
robinnicolson: ShareCast article yesterday: Analysts at Canaccord Genuity reiterated their 'buy' rating and 120.0p target price on aviation firm Air Partner on Monday, stating recent solid trading had set the firm's balance sheet up with "firepower for growth". Canaccord Genuity said Air Partner's freight charter unit had delivered stronger-than-expected trading, leading to full-year 2022 pre-tax profit, net cash and earnings per share upgrades. As Air Partner delivers on its strategy, the Canadian bank thinks this will allow investors to assign a greater probability of compounding growth prospects. Critically, even though stronger trading has a 2021-22 effect only, Canaccord thinks the cash generated opens the way to accelerate growth and shareholder returns and that, as a result, longer-term the shares could then surpass 240.0p as the PER re-rates upwards. "We project unchanged 2023E EPS 37% > FY20 EPS (pre-COVID-19) despite ~20% dilution from new shares issued since - with quality EPS from FCF (av. ~11% FCF yield FY22E-24E) and RoE over 20%," said the analysts. "With a PER ~10x FY23E (and ~3% DPS), we estimate this asset-light, diversifying company offers scope for good total return prospects."
12/11/2021
14:07
km18: With US travel reopening, an interesting small cap air transport name....from a few months ago but investment case is the same.... Air Partner PLC is a United Kingdom-based aviation services company. The Company provides worldwide solutions to industry, commerce, governments and private individuals. The Company has two divisions: Charter division comprising air charter broking and remarketing and the Air Partner Safety & Security division. Market cap is around £54m. AIR issued a trading update this morning for first 5 months of financial year and now expects to exceed expectations for FY ending Jan 22. The Group is debt free and has cash of £11.1m in the bank. Other than that no new financial numbers were provided....keep up to date with stocks with WealthOracleAM https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/AIR/19
29/9/2021
08:11
tomps2: Air Partner (AIR) interim results 2021 overview CEO Mark Briffa discusses interim results for the period ended 30 June 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/air-partner-air-interim-results-2021-overview-september-2021/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/air-partner-air-interim-results-2021-overview-%e2%80%93-september-2021/
27/5/2020
23:54
studentinvestor13: Nice. also this out Air Partner sees renewed interest for private flights, following eased COVID-19 restrictions By: AJOT | May 27 2020 at 11:42 AM | Air Cargo News As governments across the globe begin to ease COVID-19 restrictions, Air Partner’s global private aviation team saw more than a 210% increase in request volumes for future flight bookings during May, compared to last May. This uptick in inquiries is for private flights heading into June through August, with many clients – ranging from individuals to corporations – seeking alternative solutions for flying to frequented leisure destinations or traveling for essential business matters. With Air Partner’s accumulated expertise spanning the past 60 years, the company is able to offer unparalleled guidance to travelers flying during the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure that every detail of their trip is expertly managed. “We’re dedicated to delivering a memorable and safe private aviation experience for our clients. With the world facing unprecedented challenges today, we know our clients truly appreciate the added levels of assurance and operational excellence we’re able to provide for their flights,” said David McCown, president of Air Partner U.S. “We expect that as the travel industry rebounds, private aviation will be extremely busy, including an influx of those who have never flown privately before due to the enhanced safeguarding measures in place. As that time comes, travelers can rest assured that they’re in safe and experienced hands with Air Partner.” When booking a flight with Air Partner, travelers work closely with a dedicated account manager who coordinates all aspects of the flight logistics. Available 24/7, Air Partner’s expert team is kept fully briefed on all COVID-19 developments, including the latest in local laws, health regulations, travel restrictions and airport openings. Through its dedicated Safety & Security division, Air Partner uses Redline Assured Security to offer travel advice using both human and AI-driven intelligence to assess and mitigate risk for clients flying amid COVID-19. Recently, Air Partner demonstrated its experience managing new stringent health protocols and logistical challenges on a private flight for a corporation that needed to transport employees for a ship crew rotation near Italy. As part of its new “Air Partner Protect” program, a paramedic was made available on-site prior to take-off to conduct health screenings with a scanned temperature reading for crew and passengers. The passengers were also socially distanced on board with spaced seating arrangements. In addition, Air Partner’s charter specialists coordinated between the origin airport, which was closed due to travel restrictions, to open specifically for the flight, and then also made arrangements for the passengers to bypass the arrival airport terminal and proceed directly to their vessel. With commercial airlines drastically cutting their schedules and also, less nonstop routes available, Air Partner offers flying programs that meet the needs of those who have to travel more frequently. With offerings such as a JetCard membership and tailored Corporate Shuttle Program, clients can fly according to any unique flight requirements. Frequent flyers may prefer to fly at a fixed hourly rate with Air Partner’s JetCard membership – the most flexible program of its kind on the market – to get between cities conveniently for essential business meetings, family visits and other critical trips. Additionally, groups seeking viable air transportation options for inter-office employee travel and remote crew movements are scheduling flights with Air Partner’s Corporate Shuttle Program, either arranging their private flights as a regularly scheduled series of flights or on an as-needed basis.
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