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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19/2/2019
22:20
I sold unfortunately at 1.7p kicking myself now but at the time it was either that or risj getting 1p lost 95k life savings. Kept a few shares so could vote. After I sold share price went up to 6p when Tinkler bought in ut was too latec for me and later it dropped and rose again to 4p. Wish had waited now. My only hope is compensation at bought 38p.
devasted19
19/2/2019
22:19
I sold for 76k loss (LTH)
europa79
19/2/2019
22:03
Are you still in this or did you sell out ? Hope you stayed in
kirk 6
19/2/2019
22:01
Hopefully those that sold will get some form of compensation and those that played the system will get caught out. That would be the fair and square am confident Hoskings will get a good deal for private investors lost out. Never give up HOPE
devasted19
19/2/2019
22:01
Not only that could start a proper bidding war now. 4.5p is only the finance price so even on this deal the share price would likely rise back over 10p in the vey short term.Exciting times to come what ever happens now
kirk 6
19/2/2019
21:56
What about the shareholders that sold ? They have been shafted. This has a bad smell about it. Will be good if FLYB can maintain its listing on LSE and, obviously good for those who held onto their shares. If the new offer is accepted, the BOD have got a lot to answer for.
europa79
19/2/2019
21:46
Hey the leak by Sky news has to be a positive for shareholders? Why did the new bidder take so long to make a bid talk about cutting it fine. I hope and pray there is some justice for all those that made big losses. I have a good feeling moving forward. I was right about further twists and more to come. It's not over until it's over. This hopefully may bring a good ending to one rocky road. O hope flybe can exit and the previous bidders get back fired. If Hoskings have some input on this they should be appaulded and praised.
devasted19
19/2/2019
21:02
A maybe 4.5p or a definite 1p . My guess is Flybe board will stay with consortium I would also think consortium had put in place poison pills in place should Flybe pull out of the agreed sale
whatsup32
19/2/2019
20:53
In those days(1944)and the years to follow they had turboprops flying low altitude carrying less passengers and exhaust emissions been more poisonous. Overall having higher emission per passenger. These days jet engines are fuel efficient, burn fuel better , fly higher(above bad weather)have higher load factor (Ryanair)97%. There may not be tax on fuel but there is plenty of tax in other forms piled on passengers. I looked at flying to Scotland from London , the cost was £250 for two plus parking and car hire in Edinburgh would have cost about £450 for two people . I drove up and back £80 fuel (petrol). Train would have cost more
whatsup32
19/2/2019
20:45
We could be on for 500% gains tomorrow https://news.sky.com/story/arizona-airline-mesa-swoops-with-bid-to-ground-flybe-deal-11642267Just after I added 700k today what ducking timing that is
kirk 6
19/2/2019
20:43
www.channel103.com/news/business-and-finance/arizona-airline-mesa-swoops-with-bid-to-ground-flybe-and8206deal/
eezymunny
19/2/2019
19:33
I made a nice profit when this bounced from sub 10p and got out. It carried on up after I sold but a profit is a profit! Since then Flybe looks like its on a spiral to oblivion that it cannot pull out of. The ground is looming - or a Virgin 1p. I have switched funds to Toople because it will kick off. GLA P.S. 2/12/2018 - 5 Reasons to add Toople to your Watchlist - hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mrn7W3csH0U
bori5
19/2/2019
17:23
is the action by haskins likely to affect the final outcome in the terms of the share price anyone please!
ali47fish
19/2/2019
16:17
G'day whatsup32, Ref my 10378 & yr 10379:- I opened the short @ 3.35p and closed @ 2.8p. I missed the 4p mark (intended short level), and closed too early (feared admin). The spread at the time was somewhat irrelevant. Based upon your theory of 20% (open price would be 4.02p, to carry that forward, I shorted at the top)! Not exactly true, but a comforting thought. cheers
dudishes
19/2/2019
12:31
DannyBaker When British Airways sold the company to Flybe . British Airways paid them. Really should say it all
whatsup32
19/2/2019
11:50
Could be the future here: hxxps://en.reset.org/blog/flygskam-flying-shame-movement-thats-taking-over-sweden-12112018?fbclid=IwAR3GtRPfuVgDpqTuT2NFXvmnCjt-Fja7H6IiLJX4AavihI5kK6iNim-y91k
volsung
19/2/2019
11:24
Like with Flybe, flybmi has hardly made a profit in any years of operation, even when owned by Lufthansa where able to get flybmi into profit and therefore this increase in cardon crdit is just an excuse by the management for their failings
loganair
19/2/2019
11:11
Has Tinkler pointed out Stobart is cash flow negative? LOL
minerve
19/2/2019
11:05
Flybmi also cited an increase in carbon credit costs as a reason for its downfall. Extract from DT article on FlyBMI "Airlines must purchase carbon credits to offset their emissions. Until very recently the cost was subsidised through a free allocation of such credits by European authorities. Glen Flannery, a partner at law firm CMS, said that a decision from Brussels to exclude UK companies from their allocation of carbon credits ahead of Brexit played a part in the airline's downfall and could be the root of broader problems for British businesses. “The European Commission has started to implement its ‘no deal’ Brexit contingency plans. With effect from Jan 1 has temporarily suspended the UK’s free allocation of carbon allowances, auctioning, and the exchange of international credits," he said. "This has created a huge amount of uncertainty for UK participants, the full effects of which have yet to play out.”
phillis
19/2/2019
10:29
Whatsup, a lot of the historical losses were due to having the wrong planes, expensive leases, the Finnish venture, excessive central overheads etc. If you take the basic business of flying domestically from Exeter in 20 year old turboprops then it performed pretty well with good load factors which I guess is the point Tinkler is making. Second half cash flow was always going to be horrific. The interim results announcement contained all the detail - you just had to understand it or bother to read it.
danny baker
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