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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11/2/2019
17:00
At last the dawn of reality! mhin2 seems to have gone very quiet, which is not a request for him to return! Note to all Private Investors Read all not just the first 6 lines of any RNS that a company puts out, it will either make you richer or make you lose money slower!
exbroker
11/2/2019
16:38
Flybe shares are well under 2p now. I can see a steady slide this week to the 1p level. The collective wisdom of the advfn messageboard has hopefully enabled everyone to exit before the inevitable denouement.
danny baker
11/2/2019
14:58
It's called risk
traderglt
11/2/2019
13:32
Stobart share price seems to be doing fine for someone . :))
whatsup32
11/2/2019
12:00
Clever I invested £400K in one company once. I lost it all. I learned from it. The only person at fault was me!
minerve
11/2/2019
11:45
That's how the stock market works! Equity is the "buffer" that means that debt will lend, creditors will supply, etc, etc. When it goes wrong, the "buffer" gets eroded.
jaknife
11/2/2019
11:43
customers, staff, management and pension has been protected the only looser is its investors. It's so wrong
bray2
11/2/2019
10:01
Thomas Cook have had their airline up for sale unofficially for a few years. Devastated19 Time to accept the inevitable. This is the right decision, company remained solvent, workers kept their jobs, passengers got to fly and shareholders got a lousy penny. I too hate the idea management getting a million for running the company to virtual bankruptcy. Welcome to today’s business environment. O’Leary of Ryanair will get €100 million in five years if the share price or profits double.
whatsup32
11/2/2019
00:19
Then this clown party can be a thing of the past. Let's hope Thomas cook learn from flybe failures
devasted19
11/2/2019
00:16
Time will hopefully reveal all. Am hoping Hosking will show Flybe's true colours in real time. We have a right to know the truth.
devasted19
11/2/2019
00:13
Minerve The sale process looks very dodgy.
cleverinvestor
11/2/2019
00:11
Devasted I found this statement very intriguing "Following the announcement of the Formal Sale Process, Flybe received a number of expressions of interest. These expressions of interest included proposals for the acquisition of Flybe as a whole and also for parts of the business or certain assets. After initial discussions with the interested parties, Flybe shortlisted a smaller number of potential offerors to conduct initial due diligence based on a range of criteria, including deliverability, financial capability and strategic fit. The selected potential offerors were asked to submit proposals for Flybe and subsequently Flybe entered into detailed discussions with a small number of parties." The big question is how the consortium was formed when the sale process supposed to be confidential. Who put the parties together?
cleverinvestor
11/2/2019
00:10
I don't think anyone saw this coming it was concealed well. Whilst we all though Richard Branson was a saviour it turns out .......
devasted19
11/2/2019
00:05
Shame they couldn't please the shareholders into that equasion.
devasted19
11/2/2019
00:04
Minerve If you haven't invest in a company that goes belly up you have been very lucky so far. It will be down to luck rather than judgement.
cleverinvestor
11/2/2019
00:02
Devasted19 this statement sum it up "The Flybe Directors see a business combination with Connect Airways as one that will be highly attractive to Flybe's customers, employees and the wider community."
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
23:59
I sympathise with your loss but blaming them isn't going to help you acknowledge your errors and allow you to learn from your mistakes and move on.
minerve
10/2/2019
23:58
Am a firm believer what goes comes around just a matter of time. Yes I have leant from my mistake at large expense so you really don't need to keep rubbing it in.
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:54
I have to live with the consequences whilst they live for the lavish lifestyle thieves should be prosecuted. They know the loops of the law. If you can commit crime and get away with it why not is their moto.
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:49
You chose the wrong company; and You placed too much of your networth in this one entity. That is your fault, nobody else's.
minerve
10/2/2019
23:49
If you are holding me responsible for my foolish mistake than the BOD should also be held responsible for their mistakes not be rewarded in large sums if money. Some us can dream about
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:45
They are massive difference between genuine failure of a company and foolish decisions of a plc at the cost expense of the share holders. Don't you think? Failures are failures no rewards for the failure especially not at the investors expense.
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:37
Devasted You need to take ownership of your failure. If you don't you will not learn. No one forced you to buy Flybe and there was no guarantee of the level of return you would receive.
minerve
10/2/2019
23:36
Am presuming they will all receive a bonus funding of which has been taken unlawfully from private share holders that end up being Helpless people. Time for a change in law move with the times. Provide some security to share holders. If shareholders lose their money how does that justify bonus to BOD it's a load of ....... in my books.
devasted19
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