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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17/2/2019
23:30
Minerve, FWIW, agree with your words 100%. JakNife
jaknife
17/2/2019
23:29
Minerve, I really do not have the aspirations you allude to. As to my competence...well you dont know me. As to your advice...is that on gender relations/relationships/treatment of others/invective...Really dont think there is much you have to offer that I might want. Sorry...you just `look after' your wife and family! Although, I must admit, I pity them...but then we live in different life spheres, and it is not really for me to judge. However, I do worry about the society around which my children might live in...thankfully they will be distanced from it...but not unaware!
mhin2
17/2/2019
23:10
If you `don't attach any weight to what [I] say', why do you even bother replying? I thought you had filtered me? Anyway, if in 20 years I am anything like you...pigs will be flying!
mhin2
17/2/2019
23:05
mhin2 You have the wrong temperament for investing. Seriously, I suggest you try something else. Investing is not for you. You really don't know me so I don't really attach any weight to what you say. If you are to keep with investing I would suggest not to get emotionally attached to a share, and if you lose, not allow bitterness and envy drive your emotions and your activity from the point of loss. You will just end-up losing more, or wasting time in negativity, which has been obvious to most users of this thread for the last few months. Who knows, in 20 years, if you are still around, you might be as good as me. ;)
minerve
17/2/2019
22:50
Minerve We know what you are...its in your posts...Glad I am not like you, nor have (or ever had) any desire to be anything like you...but that has been obvious. We are the spirits we are.
mhin2
17/2/2019
22:48
mhin2 You don't know me and I don't know you. I do know that you are a sore loser and seem to be the sort of human that is always on a good excuse. Keep losing sucker.
minerve
17/2/2019
22:39
Glad you still follow my posts...you just carry on in your own sweet way...glad my kids (nor me) are nothing like you! ...oh I didn't ever suggest it would be a Tinler/Hoskings Phoenix, merely the only positive outcome that PI's might get is through Hoskings/Tinkler actions... quite different from what you are alluding
mhin2
17/2/2019
22:32
mhin2 The only sad person on this thread is the loser who continually holds on to the fantasy that Flybe will become a Tinkler/Hoskings' phoenix and rise out of the ashes. As for the 'boy banter', just fun. I guess with your wife it is either a headache or strictly lights off eh? LOL
minerve
17/2/2019
22:22
It does not seem as if Hoskings and Tinkler have been bought off. If, having stuck their head above the parapet, they make no gain...would you invest in anything they manage (I wouldn't)? I suspect that this will go to the wire. As to the `boy banter' and GIFs...well...enough said...but sad.... I am surprised that ADVFN would allow its message boards to so used.
mhin2
17/2/2019
21:44
"Fancy being locked up in a car with the missus for 8.5 hrs!" Well I guess that all depends on what you are doing! ;)
minerve
17/2/2019
21:28
I personally hope ALL aircraft companies that operate flights within the UK eg southampton to glasgow , cardiff to edinburgh, or belfast to london .... all of them go belly up. Pollution via having burnt jet fuel sprayed and raining down over England's green and pleasant land is not a good idea. Just another example of the tw@ts we have running what we loosely term a government not having a clue about how to look after voters health and welfare. Passengers travelling to main International Airports should do so on an electrified railway system that operates at high speed and is government subsidized if needs be, certainly for retired folks like bus passes. ''Make use of the right type of public transport to reduce pollution'' ... you know it makes sense
buywell3
17/2/2019
21:10
Loganair has also expressed interest in the Derry, Northern Ireland, to Stansted public service obligation service, as they have an extensive track record as a PSO provider and knowledge of the Derry market. They already operate to Derry from Glasgow. "We are evaluating Flybmi's wider network and assessing routes which align with Loganair's distinct geographical area and overall strategic plans. "We are also working on employment opportunities for pilots, cabin crew and engineering support staff to strengthen the Loganair team."
loganair
17/2/2019
19:39
:)) Neal diamond , Mahalia Jackson (just a closer walk with thee). Joss Stone,(I put a spell on you, Nina Simone. They helped out
whatsup32
17/2/2019
19:14
Fancy being locked up in a car with the missus for 8.5 hrs!
phillis
17/2/2019
18:50
You own two airlines, Loganair and flybmi operating them on their seperate AOCs....Let flybmi go bust with all its debts etc and transfer the profitable flybmi routes over to my other airline Loganair. Loganair have taken over the 3 flybmi routes out of Aberdeen and are also taking over the Newcastle to Brussels and Stavanger routes. The Newcastle routes routes are going to be operated by ERJ145 aircraft. I would think these aircraft maybe ex-flybmi aircraft operating with ex-flybmi crew.
loganair
17/2/2019
18:29
Just look at Air Nostrum in Spain, many of their flights are highly subsidised by the various regional governments in Spain and many other filghts they operate on behalf of Iberia.
loganair
17/2/2019
17:21
10 hrs for £200 , I would too. Mine would have been 3hrs for £400 so not so tempting . It was for short vacation so not time restricted either. Plus I really dislike airports and flying now even if it’s first or business
whatsup32
17/2/2019
16:49
Whatsup32 - I regularly prefer to fly to MAN or LBA from SOU because it saves me hours in time. Ok, there's car hire involved but on corporate rates it's very cheap. To save 10hours of my working week I'm quite happy to have the company spend £200.
mill5ey
17/2/2019
15:52
Local businesses tend to keep domestic airlines afloat IMO. The link-up with Virgin may help. I'd like to see how that actually works. Depending on Brexit and tariffs, supply chains and customers _may_ become more domestic based going forward which will be good for Connect, but the failures and consolidation in the industry are a real concern. I am starting to think that Stobart has just inherited more problems that weigh more than the opportunity. :(
minerve
17/2/2019
14:13
Mrs Whatsup and I just visited Scotland from London for 4 days. If we decided to fly we would have had to drive to City airport , park at airport, arrive Edinburgh rent a car , after 4 days return car fly back, pick up car and home. A casual drive up A1M took us 8.5 hrs, had we flown we could have saved 3 hrs at a cost of £400? Park-tickets and car hire. Plus the hassle of airports. We preferred driving as it worked out cheaper and less hassle. Would imagine others do too, hence why we don’t have a successful domestic airline .
whatsup32
17/2/2019
13:45
Regional jets - other then to make a 'Statement' for the aitline what is the point of flying a regional jet on a route of 1 1/2hrs or less an aircraft that costs as much as double that of a turbo-prop on the same route, is no quicker then a turbo-prop on the same route and carries no more passengers than a turbo-prop.
loganair
17/2/2019
12:43
Regional jets I do not think are good for small airlines as are very expensive to run and maintain, OK for mainline airlines such as Swissair or KLM. The 68 seater Be-ATP was an excellent turbo-prop espically on routes of up to 1 1/2hrs, very passenger friendly, very fuel efficient, far better then any regional jet and far better and far more surperior aircraft then either the ATR 42/72 or Dash 8s. I remember on routes of up to an hour the Bae-ATP was as quick as any regional jet or even the A320 or B737 types of aircraft. At one time Bae where going to make a smaller version J51, carrying around 50 passengers, renamed the ATP to J61 and also the J71 and 80 seater aircraft was on the drawing board. All 3 aircraft could have been flown under a joint rating by the same pilot. Bae were going to have the J31 all the way up to the J71 for the regional airlines.
loganair
17/2/2019
10:15
flybmi blaming everything apart from management, IAG record revenue, now even more business for others.
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