Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flybe Grp LSE:FLYB London Ordinary Share GB00B4QMVR10 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% 0.964 0.964 0.99 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 752.6 -9.4 -4.5 - 2

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31/1/2019
21:20
Sad but true
once bitten1
31/1/2019
16:29
Has the asset sale now actually taken place?
sandcrab2
31/1/2019
15:41
Ex .. thanks
whatsup32
31/1/2019
13:51
Spread on Flybe is now over 20% 3.21- 3.83 ExBroker , what does that indicate , that brokers don’t want to hold or to prevent trade/sale ?
whatsup32
31/1/2019
12:20
Norwegian open to consolidation talks with IAG. Never over estimate your value. IAG now have the upper hand hxxps://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/norwegian-open-to-consolidation-talks-after-iag-ex-455364/?cmpid=NLC%7CFGFG%7CFGABN-2019-0131-GLOB%7Cnews&sfid=70120000000taAf
whatsup32
31/1/2019
10:45
a bit of an amateurish performance from Hoskings They are not even on the register! LOL
phillis
31/1/2019
09:59
Logan, if it's a DC scheme they shouldn't have any outstanding liability. If its a contributory DC scheme they'll be deducting from employees income and passing through, of course adding employers conts at that point. If its non contributory they should be making monthly payments to the scheme. If they haven't been under either scenario they are breaking the law. Also they have to offer a pension scheme by law so can't simply close it. From my reading they have an old DB arrangement that is closed to new members, this could very well have a hole in it that needs filling and would explain why they are paying in millions per year. Much like BA who are effectively a massive pension deficit that also operates planes.
sippguru
31/1/2019
09:53
Pensions - [do you have any idea of the scheme? from what I understand its a money purchase scheme, where flybe makes an employer contribution- I dont think its a defined benefits or final salary scheme, unless you know otherwise] This is closed to new employess, however Flybe are still having to pay in many millions a year to cover the employees who are still in it.
loganair
31/1/2019
08:39
Ha ha mock the little man at your peril This disgruntled shareholder, son of a pitman (miner)and seamstress ,is making timely headway with complaints, NONE of which have been rejected. Remember Marie Antoinette, cake, and 1789. Never underestimate the power of the rabble.
toonmag50
31/1/2019
08:09
if hoskins have to convert to stock then it will cost them the stamp duty i'd imagine
tonysss13
31/1/2019
07:49
http://www.cityam.com/272476/flybe-shareholder-revolt-pause-hosking-partners-gets-its
coscos
31/1/2019
01:31
Total chaos in October with share price and yet in November the BOD stated that their review of EVERY aspect of their business was having a positive impact. In June, three months after the rumoured Stobart bid, the BOD stated that they remained HIGHLY CONFIDENT in its prospects and kept waffling on about how their Sustainable Business Improvement Plan has delivered results. This BOD should get Government positions.
europa79
31/1/2019
00:54
Whatsup (the weakest link) says "Virgin and consortium have done the shareholders and staff a massive favour by buying it as a going concern [how utterly kind and charitable of them, but lets have a look at his ASSERTION], taking over the debt [the debt was servicable] , pensions [do you have any idea of the scheme? from what I understand its a money purchase scheme, where flybe makes an employer contribution- I dont think its a defined benefits or final salary scheme, unless you know otherwise] and paying shareholders £2.5m as well [is that all]. They should be saying thank you instead of threatening court action [err why? because of the credit card acquires-a situation created by the consortium]" Clearly the amigos are not interested in balance, and I cant vote them down, only up...I hope their shorts burn...but that may be unlikely without an injunction against flybe, however there is the possibility of ongoing legal action. Hoskings have raised their head above the parapet, now becoming more difficult for them to quietly leave. This game is not, yet, over
mhin2
31/1/2019
00:47
Lets see what happens, this game is not over, but rather has become more conflictual (good, lets hope it gets nasty)...still waiting for Tinkler to disclose his hand.
mhin2
31/1/2019
00:18
Clever To call an EGM you need to have 10% or more of the issues share capital of a company. Hoskins stock is held by their prime broker as collateral against a swap position. Legally Hoskins is not the beneficial owner and therefore cannot demand an EGM. If they transfer the stock it will take a few days to appear on the register of members at which point they can call an EGM. This will be very helpful in making sure that the deckchairs are neatly arranged on deck as the ship sinks below the waves!
exbroker
30/1/2019
22:38
Whatsup32 They disagreed with the Board decision just as you disagreed with one or two posters opinions on this thread.
cleverinvestor
30/1/2019
22:27
(Flybe has informed Hosking Partners LLP ("Hosking") that the documentation as received is not a valid request under section 303 of the Companies Act 2006 because such a request must be made by a member of the Company. Flybe has therefore invited Hosking to procure that a valid request under section 303 is submitted.) Assuning Hosking's doesn't want to transfer their shares from nominee, it will cost peanut to become a member 1 share required. 4p plus broker charge of £5 so total cost of £5.4 to become a member. The saying clinging on to a straw comes to mind
cleverinvestor
30/1/2019
22:19
Can’t understand some here. when they ‘sold’ connect BA paid Flybe to take it of their hand. Virgin and consortium have done the shareholders and staff a massive favour by buying it as a going concern , taking over the debt , pensions and paying shareholders £2.5m as well. They should be saying thank you instead of threatening court action
whatsup32
30/1/2019
22:14
"I hope it was on soft paper" Preferably with puppies embossed on them. LOL
minerve
30/1/2019
21:52
toonmag I hope it was on soft paper.
exbroker
30/1/2019
17:29
I have just received confirmation of acceptance of my original complaint to the FCA ,who have agreed to forward the complaint to their market integrity unit. This is separate from my complaint, yesterday,to the Serious Fraud Squad.
toonmag50
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