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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.964p 0.964p 0.99p - - - 0 01:00:00
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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04/2/2019
11:48
It shows you how deluded Tinkler is to think they would give his offer any serious consideration against what is already there. LOL
minerve
04/2/2019
11:44
Tinkler rebuffed and the share price rises Talk about mug punters
phillis
04/2/2019
11:34
Https://www.travelmole.com/news_feature.php?c=setreg&region=2&m_id=d~AY!~Abs~&w_id=35740&news_id=2035994 Please do your own research as always..
qantas
04/2/2019
11:34
Flybe said its advisers held an initial discussion with Tinkler's advisers in relation to the proposal, which did not include an offer for the whole of the airline or any other acquisition structure, but no formal proposal was made. The group pointed out that it understood the capital injection under the proposal would only be provided by Tinkler – who bought a 12% stake in Flybe soon after the bid was made by his former company - if the sale of the airline's operating businesses to Connect Airways does not complete. The firm concluded, however, that its “board does not consider that the Preliminary Proposal offers the certainty required to secure the future of Flybe.” The Connect Airways offer of just 1p for each Flybe share, made on 15 January, valued the group at £2.2mln, well below the £215mln valuation the airline had when it joined the London Stock Exchange in 2010. That offer price was a 94% discount to the airline’s closing share price on the day before the bid was made. The Connect Airways consortium had also agreed to provide a £20mln bridge loan facility to keep the airline flying until the takeover concluded, but four days later it revised the deal to include the sale of the group’s main operating company, Flybe Ltd, and Flybe.com for £2.8mln in return for a revised £20mln bridge loan - £10mln of which was released immediately.
loganair
04/2/2019
11:32
Flybe has rejected a cash injection offer from the former chief executive of Stobart Group. The airline said Andrew Tinkler's offer was made on the proviso that the sale of Flybe to Connect Airways, the joint venture led by Virgin Atlantic, which also includes Stobart Aviation and hedge fund Cyrus Capital Partners, did not go ahead. Flybe rejected the proposal, saying: "The board does not consider that the preliminary proposal offers the certainty required to secure the future of Flybe. "Accordingly, the board emphasises to shareholders that it continues to regard the arrangements entered into with Connect Airways as being the only viable option available to the company which provides the security that the business needs to continue to trade successfully. "The arrangements with Connect Airways preserve the interests of Flybe's stakeholders, customers, employees, partners and pension members."
loganair
04/2/2019
10:46
whatsup32 If you can make an offer , go for it . It would help the share price as a new kid on the block would appear .
t 34
04/2/2019
09:57
T34 News release by Flybe at 0700 ‘No formal offer was made’ ‘preliminary proposal does not contemplate offer for the whole Flybe’ Couldn’t be more clearer
whatsup32
04/2/2019
09:52
T34 What is Tinkler’s offer ? Care to elaborate. I could make a highly conditional offer for Flybe now. How bout Write of All debt Reduce wages by half Hedge fuel at $40 Goverment guarantees to cover any losses from Brexit And I’ll offer 2p a share. double the consortiums. Anybody can make offers just to get attention. But it’s a worthless offer
whatsup32
04/2/2019
09:42
The fact that the Flybe board were willing to meet with him in the first place shows the pressure they are feeling.They are talking tough but will collapse like a house of cards soon enough. Watch this space.
coscos
04/2/2019
09:37
And you know it from the reliable source .
t 34
04/2/2019
09:33
Tinkler s offer ‘very preliminary ,short , and highly conditional’. In other words NO offer was made. This man just wants his 5 minutes in the limelight,
whatsup32
04/2/2019
08:31
Tinkler is a flake Yesterday's man (is that possible since it assumes an historical status he never achieved?) Can't even come forward with a firm proposal at this late stage
phillis
04/2/2019
07:47
Excellent work by Tinkler, he has already proven that an alternative arrangement is possible.He'll come back with something more concrete very soon whilst Hoskings cranks up the pressure using legal means.
coscos
04/2/2019
01:26
Tinkler makes his first move.https://www.ft.com/content/caf66360-2795-11e9-a5ab-ff8ef2b976c7
coscos
03/2/2019
20:09
Pension deficit was £10m in a £170m fund. The pension eventually received MAY be less than expected, but that is not a big deficit and half decent returns and decreasing life expectancy assumptions reflecting recent actual experience would soon clear this off. The scheme is closed to new members and has been for more than 10 years.Major scare story
jerseyman1
03/2/2019
19:21
stob carpet baggers/shorters getting worried...Interesting week ahead, what happens is not certain, and we ought to have a better idea during the coming week...stob share price has lost 10% in value from its recent high, and is sitting at Cyrus buy in...The stob share price will be an indicator as to whether problems lie ahead (including potential litigation and damages claims)
mhin2
03/2/2019
13:46
Whatsup you are probably right about the pension story being a plant but it is still significant. Many people including me assumed the PPF would rescue the Flybe pension fund in the event of Flybe's insolvency. There was always the possibility of say a 5p a share bid pre the disposal of the operating business. However tbe intention would have been to pre-pack the business and put the holding company into administration shortly after gaining control. This planted story is to let people know that the cost to pensioners of this type of plan would be politically unacceptable. 'Unacceptable face of capitalism' etc. I also think it swings the advantage back to the Flybe board so I would expect the share price to slip again tomorrow.
danny baker
03/2/2019
10:20
There is no jobs first brexit its all a lie! REMAIN
netcurtains
03/2/2019
10:04
I had to cut my losses a few times, painful but correct decision every time. slept better after.
whatsup32
02/2/2019
23:25
I'm out of Stobart. I have better things to do with my life than worry about dubious individuals I wouldn't otherwise give the time of day. Personally I think this is just another opportunity to muddy Stobart accounts and disguise losses and failures to generate positive cash flow. We will have to wait and see. IMO & DYOR
minerve
02/2/2019
22:12
Bidding war !
t 34
02/2/2019
21:51
I believe everything written in the Daily Mail
whatsup32
02/2/2019
21:41
Apparently Tinkler is trying to put a counter bid together - Daily Mail article.It's about the right time for him to make his move.
coscos
02/2/2019
21:16
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/02/02/flybe-pensioners-risk-losing-virgin-takeover-bid-fails/ Small article in the DT . If bid fails to go through £170m of benefits to 1350 members will disappear. That’s serious amount of pension. Seems like a plant story by the consortium.
whatsup32
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