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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Esken Limited LSE:ESKN London Ordinary Share GB00B03HDJ73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.74 5.60 6.09 - 17,350 08:55:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 104.6 -34.6 -3.3 - 36

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/11/2022
16:26
Major holders very much in support mode here ,could be a great update soon .
jotoha2
10/11/2022
15:29
Bought MCL (LSE)
blackhorse23
09/11/2022
20:31
Ouch. Surprised the share price didn't fall much lower. Borrowing at near enough 12 percent per annum is not going to end well. An airport only has value if there are airlines prepared to use it. 3 easyJet's locations won't cut the mustard. This is going to end up In The hands of Carlyle Group as there wont Be any other takers for the airport. Renewables will be sold to an infrastructure fund. Not sure there will be much left for shareholders.
lpavlou
09/11/2022
18:22
Easily 100m, wasn't that long ago it was valued at 700m. The interested party will probably buy the whole airport for the price they were going to pay for part now.
gaffer73
09/11/2022
10:26
Our board knew nothing about aviation when it bet the farm (our money) on its’ various vanity projects.

They are so shockingly inept, if the bought a cemetery- people would stop dying.

I cannot wait for us to return to core industries and have an undertaking from the Board there will be no more exotic adventures at our expense.

roddyb
09/11/2022
09:14
Looks like the best option , has to be worth at Least £100 million even in todays climate.
jotoha2
09/11/2022
07:49
Can see Southend up for sale soon.
gaffer73
09/11/2022
07:19
Results in short

It got worse.

fenners66
05/11/2022
09:55
Last flight of the year left on Wednesday. Next flight out is 26th March.
lpavlou
03/11/2022
21:33
Not long to wait now. If they don't announce any new airline deals next week, then they have lost the Easter trade and will be reliant on the summer to save the business. If RG is invested here, the odds are they have bagged some airlines.
lpavlou
22/10/2022
12:20
RG must be confident that there are some airline deals In the offing given he has increased his stake. Thought there would be at least another RNS given the volume this week
lpavlou
19/10/2022
17:46
Savvy investor onboard - RG
stluke
18/10/2022
19:04
I'd guess it's Carlyle starting the process to take control. Airline news for 23 should be out soon
lpavlou
18/10/2022
12:54
Some serious volume of shares being traded in last couple of days , something afoot ?
jotoha2
04/10/2022
09:14
We will find out Thursday what EasyJet's intentions are at Southend for next summer, possible outcomes.

Worst case - Same routes as Summer 2022 less Faro.

Likely case - Same routes as Summer 2022 plus Alicante.

Best case - Based aircraft and more significant expansion of routes such as Alicante, Barcelona, Amsterdam to name a couple.

I wouldn't rule out the best case, positive noises on social media.

stluke
28/9/2022
07:28
Ipavlou - it looks that way

- but the technical point - serving 1.4 million passengers a year across 54 destinations

and it's never made a profit.

Southend is a world away from 1.4m passengers in a location that pays much more....

fenners66
27/9/2022
19:04
Sheffield Doncaster airport is probably a property play. Worth far more as a logistics park than an airport, but they probably need to declare it unviable so as to convince the planning authority to shut it and turn it into logistics.
lpavlou
27/9/2022
09:03
I gather wood pellet prices are rising strongly , should help here short term.
jotoha2
26/9/2022
23:19
From the DM

"Bosses at Doncaster Sheffield Airport have announced it must close at the end of next month after the business was declared 'unviable' - leaving about 800 jobs at risk.

Peel Group, which owns the major UK airport, said high 'fixed costs' and recent world events had left the business with a 'fundamental lack of financial viability'.

Managers at the regional terminal, serving 1.4 million passengers a year across 54 destinations, had been in talks with government officials about a rescue plan.

But a spokesperson for the groups said these hadn't delivered 'any tangible results', and following a strategic review, the business was declared 'unviable'.

Bosses will be 'winding down' their operations as the airport prepares to close at the end of October this year. "


Now you could say that is some competition removed.
Or you could say the airport was still not viable with 1.4m passengers in the low cost area of Doncaster - so what chance does Southend ever have of making a profit ?

fenners66
23/9/2022
08:15
Little bit of activity this morning, should have some route news anytime now...
stluke
13/9/2022
09:44
It may still be, 22m EBITDA so should be valued at 100m+. The big value is Southend if they can get flights next year. Remember when it was valued at 700m with the partnership! Seems like a lifetime ago. If they can't secure more flights next year they'll be forced to sell it or hand it over imo.
gaffer73
31/8/2022
20:00
Gaffer I used to think that the renewables element was worth the entire debt and therefore the airport was in for free. However, the debt is increasing, so I doubt it's the case anymore. The new CEO needs to get out and with Carlyle procure some airlines for next year.
lpavlou
31/8/2022
19:17
It's essential that passenger numbers increase next year, if not there's no way they can finance their debt. Could end up selling the airports and being reduced to renewables company. Which would probably have the same valuation as the whole company does now!
gaffer73
31/8/2022
18:51
Difficult to know what to make of these announcements. Good news is they have managed to get rid of their aircraft leases, but only saving 2m for an early settlement is poor given the amount of money at stake. Amazon reduced to 7 flights a week from October but only announced it today, when they also announce they are leaving. Wood waste volume is down but thankfully with RPI at 12 percent they have managed to meet expectation, when really they should be thriving. Any refinancing is going to be expensive if they can get it away. It all boils down to next summers flight schedule as I don't think they can go another year without any flights
lpavlou
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