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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avation Plc LSE:AVAP London Ordinary Share GB00B196F554 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 107.50 105.00 110.00 - 0.00 07:34:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 109.2 11.8 12.4 9.5 75

Avation Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2021
10:07
Yes thought we might have had a general boost from the more positive aviation news in the last few days
harrogate
21/9/2021
09:41
And here we go, with US travel now opening back up, worldwide aviation really is getting going. There may be somewhat of a shortage of aircraft in the coming years. Plenty of older aircraft were decommissioned during the pandemic and new aircraft orders cancelled. Where are the seats going to come from? Takes time to make new aircraft. Lease rates may well be very favourable in the medium term. Can't imagine this share price is going to hang around long now.
a_game
16/9/2021
22:09
That's still pretty much historic lows. Remember last year the oil price went negative!
a_game
16/9/2021
08:09
Soaring aviation fuel prices will dampen incipient recovery in global aviation. Jet Fuel Prices per gallon: September 2020 $1.00 September 2021 $1.90 ALL IMO. DYOR, QP
quepassa
13/9/2021
11:26
No one has missed the boat yet, talking as someone who purchased originally in the 200s, then a lot more in 90s and more very recently just over 100. The PAL news derisked this hugely. Jeff is a great operator and I'm confident they'll get back to good times. He has managed this very well so far through the crisis and they're through the worst now imo. Global aviation has really picked back up, UK lagging well behind everyone else, US internal flights now higher than pre-pandemic.
a_game
07/9/2021
20:32
Sounds like people have missed the boat, or is that plane hehehe *Amedeo did something similar I think back in May.
casholaa
07/9/2021
17:48
Yes Jeff should have known there was going to be a global pandemic for the first time on over 100 years - what an idiot he is !!
harrogate
07/9/2021
17:36
The ATRs are peanuts in the balance sheet. Jeff bulked up with bigger jets at just the wrong moment. Timing is everything in leasing.
russman
06/9/2021
19:07
Irrational.
quepassa
06/9/2021
18:50
A large impairment but could have been a lot worse.
russman
06/9/2021
11:13
Yes, very good news this morning. Removed a lot of uncertainty. I see no reason why the share price shouldn't rise nicely now in the coming weeks & months. I doubled my position this morning on the back of the news.
a_game
06/9/2021
08:44
That sounds like another issue resolved for them and given it is wide bodied it will be a chunk of change. Not without pain that is for sure but another step forward
harrogate
05/9/2021
08:15
They have bought back in the past and I am sure if they feel cash flow allows they will do so again. Great way to increase NAV. The director buy of a chunk of loan notes augers well I think. Steady as she goes here for next 12 months I would think
harrogate
05/9/2021
08:08
Impecunious.
quepassa
05/9/2021
07:10
AVAP should start buying back some of their bonds.
russman
02/9/2021
11:07
I am sure AVAP have much to do and are far from out of the woods and the NAV has been decimated. But they seem to be doing the rights things and what they said they would do. From pushing out the loan notes to placing the ATRs and delaying any new deliveries of them. Then selling the jet. I have stuck with it and hope we can get back towards the current NAV and that this doesn't take any further battering
harrogate
02/9/2021
11:00
Ah. There they are :)
wigwammer
02/9/2021
08:08
Erroneous.
quepassa
02/9/2021
06:47
Airlines with better credit can borrow and buy cheaper than leasing from AVAP. AVAP is in liquidation until its credit improves.
russman
01/9/2021
19:03
Well you know the announcement is good when the resident naysayers fail to comment.. :)
wigwammer
25/8/2021
19:40
Today's announcement of a sale of an aircraft at a gain, along with the share price now gently ticking forward is a good signal. Once £1 is breached, it'll probably not be seen again. Still rocky waters ahead, but getting less rocky.
bdbd11
16/8/2021
20:54
Currently AVAP are chewing their own tail, just to stay afloat,
russman
07/8/2021
08:00
AVAP's 8.25% 2026 bonds, currently trading at around 83p, giving a yield to maturity of 11%.
cc2014
28/7/2021
06:34
Well lets see. We can estimate AVAP WACC but lets use the bond redemption. We can estimate the current leasing revenue p.a (but dont know % in arrears) We can guess the interest received on $100m. Market leasing rates have dropped sharply due to pandemic. Will leasing rates recover to cover their WACC i.e make a profit. AVAP are getting squeezed in the middle; another default is looming.
russman
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