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|I loved reading the comments in the av herald; every sphere of human activity has its nerds! I mean that in a good way. I'm assuming that the damage will be covered by insurance and given the availability of aircraft getting a spare for the summer should not be a problem.
There's still lots growth to come from Stanstead.
I'm glad that Northern value has its appeal in the SE. That has always been a small concern as a friend who works in the travel industry says that what works in the SE doesn't necessarily in the North and vice versa. Happy to see that's not the case here.|
well that looks like they are a plane down for summer|
|Got to Paphos Sunday on j2 package, new plane only 4 empty seats, lot of new staff, set off bang on time, arrived 20 min early|
|Yep Tiger another valid point but i was assuming that they had possibly used the low interest rate environment to lock in a fixed interest vehicle however, be interesting if they have or not.
Fingers crossed on GBP its a combined growth and currency play now if we are right and Stirling rises then 10 pounds is well in site..
I agree with the 45% above market expectations usually means a good solid beat hoping for 150m, plus guidance in line with market expectations for 2018 is comforting forecast for the near future.|
this sort of thing helps plus kicking off the stag parties
|400K IS A LOT of cash in one company !!
That said my numbers suggest you will have 800k by 2020
All valid concerns but I understand they have very little exposure to a fair few of those points.
The planes were bought cheap but covered by derivatives at the time. I will ask at the AGM.
The pound should recover a little but the squeeze on disposable income remains. The biggest threat you miss and that's interest rates going up and the mortgage costing more!
Their holidays are pretty good value and the customers like knowing in some cases what they will spend.
There is risk of course but MEESON has his finger on the pulse and I think DART are taking market share now from others.
Be clearer when they have had the season and BRUM and STN then we can see what growth at what price.
I am still going for 45% in new year ( now) and a 30/40% hike in profits to 200 m
|A great company bought from pretty low prices but have only one major worry.. Exposure to the pound weakening further, whilst the company is in a great position with plenty of expansion and what has been proven as a great CEO and management my nagging worry is GBP.
1) Rising cost of fuel in USD vs GBP
2) Cost of hotels etc in Euro vs GBP
3) Cost of plane finance as capitalised in GBP vs USD loans
4) Effect this inflation will have on peoples ability to afford to go abroad on holiday
We will probably see a pretty nasty hit to bottom line profits with regard to the USD loan if planes are purchased / cspitilised at 1.5 USD to the pound, its going to be a heft non cash forex exchange loss on the finance obtained in USD.
lightened up my position early 2016 and holding 80k, of course if GBP starts to creep back to 1.4 -1.5 this could be very beneficial but if 1.0 -1.1 to the USD is reached then could spell some quite serious trouble in some of those areas as hedges expire and cost of product has to rise. Already claiming that people are reducing the length of holidays from 12-14 days to 10 as the first sign of belt tightening.
Still bullish and fingers crossed GBP rises and it's happy days all round, just food for thought..|
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I found this the other day. This was sold under a stop loss rule as we had paid 26p.
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|CT - dropped you an email.|
|Jet2 best low cost carrier. According to trip advisor rankings.|
|Haha. The only place I have been mugged was Chile. Though fears of it in Rio too. You have more faith in the bobbies than I do.. But I am not a big fan of deutsche. Used to be good until it tried to emulate usa investment banks. Hopeless now.|
I just think that 20% is a fair rate to pay and reflects a good balance between the risk I take and the amount I pay to HMRC. Moreover, many of the schemes that are legal now, are open to challenge and that's not where I want to be. I have friend who lost a fortune on a film finance scheme that was supposedly legal and arranged by Deutsche Bank and it cost him his house and marriage.
Tax is the price for walking down the street without fear of being mugged.
|Woozle, you are right, being happy to pay tax seems odd! Especially when govt waste so much. I don't detect anger, except at companies like starbucks/amazon/google who avoid tax via Luxemburg etc. Not at people like you and I who are lucky enough to make a little in The market.|
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|Thanks but I think current CGT rates are fair and, may sound odd, paying tax is a good thing. The wealthy not paying tax is fuelling much anger in this country and I don't want to be part of that.
|Woozle/TigerPlenty of ways to reduce and mitigate your CGT liability.Several clients my firm has recently seen mitigating up to 80% CGT liability all through legal means. This has mainly been through sale of property portfolios as we're London based.Based in the city of London if you're interested, drop me a line and one of our advisers can talk you through what we do (free until inception of planning).Ben|
|Great day today. More to come.|
|yes i know
fortunately I will be staying with relatives|
|this isn't Ryanair, which is flight only .. this is now becoming a package holiday business with an airline attached ..|
|going for it now|
|I once had a free Ryanair back from granada. Just had to pay tax. Their model relies on total income per flight, not per seat. But they do irritate many people with their add-ons and attempted add ons. Sadly copied by many usa domestics now, and internationally by norwegian-seriously stripped down service.
But this move by dart to all inclusive takes them away from cut throat seat only flyers|
|Booked a return flight to Murcia (MJV) last week with Ryanair
I paid £78 all in
but would have been just £40 if I didn't check in a 15kg case and choose my seats
£40 quid for a return flight to Spain in May !
how can anyone compete with Ryanair ?|
|on 9/09/2009 I bought 50,000 shares at 17.8p, having started buying at 63p earlier in the year .. I'm happy with CGT of 20%: it seems fair to me .. in 2001 I paid 40% CGT|