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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20/2/2019
21:41
flightglobal.com/news/articles/european-ownership-safeguarded-under-new-uk-us-open-454172/ The text of the new agreement signed by USA and UK last month, and seen by FlightGlobal shows, that after Brexit UK registered airline will need to be able to demonstrate that “substantial” ownership remains vested in the country or "one or more" states that were party to the European Economic Area Agreement as of 28 November 2018. In additional those shareholders must be resident of "one or more" states that have a "modern liberal" air transport agreement with the USA. Under the current EU-US open skies agreement of which the UK is currently a member, carriers from either bloc must be at least 51% owned by nationals from their respective jurisdictions. The documents show that during the negotiations the UK delegation asked about the licensing of future UK airlines which would not meet the ownership and control requirements set out in the agreement. The US delegation responded that the Department of Transportation (DOT) has "broad authority" to waive ownership and control standards when all countries are open skies partners. In response to further questions by the UK delegation, the US delegation noted "no concerns" with the current ownership and control structures of the UK-licensed airlines serving the US-UK market at this time. The UK delegation inquired as to the ongoing immunised joint ventures involving US, UK, and EU airlines. The US delegation noted that, notwithstanding the UK's withdrawal from the EU, DOT's approach to analysing competition issues regarding such joint ventures would "not change". Regarding the inclusion of open entry opportunities for new business models and airlines in transatlantic joint ventures affecting US, UK, and EU airlines, the US side says that liberal aviation agreements among all relevant countries continue to be central for approval for such agreements. The US delegation noted that the DOT "looks forward to working with the appropriate UK authorities to ensure that the necessary conditions for existing and future joint ventures operating in the transatlantic market continue to exist after the UK withdraws from the EU". The documents show that the US team expressed its interest in developing a "co-operative dialogue" with the UK Competition and Markets Authority, which will be involved in international aviation competition matters after Brexit. The US delegation inquired as to the future regime for the management of slots at UK airports, including for new entrants, after the European Commission is no longer involved in establishing slot policy and regulating their allocation. The UK delegation explained that existing EU legislation relating to slots will be retained within UK domestic law immediately following the UK's exit from the EU, but that the degree to which the UK continues, subsequently, to align with EU slot regulations will be a matter for the future relationship negotiations with the EU. In terms of aircraft leasing arrangements, the documents state that the exact form under which the existing EU regulations on aircraft leasing are incorporated into UK domestic law are "yet to be determined". "Both delegations confirmed their understanding that the agreement foresees a regime without time limitations on leasing arrangements, thereby offering airlines greater flexibility to maximise commercial relationships," it states. The two sides also declared that they recognise the benefits that can arise when open markets are accompanied by "high labour standards with respect to international air transportation".
greggor
20/2/2019
16:45
Flybe announces will launch flights to Jersey from Newquay Airport operating 3 days a week. Cornwall Airport Newquay’s managing director Al Titterington said: “It is fantastic news that from this summer the Airport will have more flight options for our passengers, adding to our already confirmed new services to Copenhagen, plus London’s Heathrow and Southend Airports.
loganair
20/2/2019
16:24
Who knows. May crash back to 1p or double.. Gamblers paradise. Ask what'sup he knows everything
letmepass
20/2/2019
16:23
Another 100% tomorrow??
miahkaysor
20/2/2019
16:22
Where's what'sup.. Nothing happening here
letmepass
20/2/2019
16:08
If you have traded well out of these, certainly check into (STX)imo, solid growth stock, now investors buying the dip,obviously do you own research but looks a good find.
ny boy
20/2/2019
15:48
But what'sup says nothing is happening
letmepass
20/2/2019
15:36
67million shares traded so far today, incredible
mill5ey
20/2/2019
15:24
All your posts add up to zero because you know nothing. Paid to deramp
letmepass
20/2/2019
15:23
I couldn't care about the reason why? All I know is that someone is buying Big. Why is that?
letmepass
20/2/2019
15:08
That'll be what'sup.. He knows everything. But paid peanuts to post
letmepass
20/2/2019
15:08
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-6722367/Ruthless-credit-card-firms-starved-Flybe-50m.html
spob
20/2/2019
14:53
we need a company lawyer who's an expert in the aviation business...
mill5ey
20/2/2019
14:51
Mill5ey.... I read a company statement released by TUi on 27th of September which stated they expected double digit growth to continue and that the hot summer did NOT effect their bookings ‘as it had other companies’ Owe week ago TUi released a statement saying hot summer had effected their bookings and that they won’t make double digit growth. ‘Infact no growth at all’ The shares dropped 30% from my buying price and there is nothing I can do about that other then learn and move on. For what it’s worth I find it best to buy shares in companies that have consistently achieved there guidance are cash rich and in a profitable sector. Flybe is non of those. Has never achieved guidance , is always asking shareholders for more money and in a sector not known for its profitability .
whatsup32
20/2/2019
14:47
Why is Friday relevant anyway? Is that the date that the current deal goes through? I got this from my broker: FLYBE GROUP - Important Information Acquisition by Connect Airways. 1 pence for each Flybe Group Ordinary share held. On 11th January 2019, Flybe Group (Flybe) and Connect Airways (Connect) announced that they had reached an agreement for Connect to acquire all of the issued and to be issued share capital of Flybe, by way of a Court approved Scheme of Arrangement. The Board of Flybe, having been so advised by Evercore, considers the terms of the Acquisition to be fair and reasonable. The Scheme is subject to shareholder approval at a General Meeting and Court approval at a Court Meeting both to be held on 4th March 2019. The Scheme will then be subject to Court sanctioning at a Court Hearing to be held 8th March 2019. Subject to acquiring the necessary approval, the Scheme is expected to become effective on 11th March 2019. Prior to the Scheme becoming effective, an application will be made to the London Stock Exchange (LSE) for the cancellation of listing of the Flybe shares on the Main Market of the LSE. Subsequently, the cancellation of admission to trading is expected to become effective on 11th March 2019 with the last day in dealings expected to be 8th March 2019. The Scheme Proceeds are expected to be credited to your account on or after 25th March 2019. Should you retain your holding of Flybe shares, we will notify you when the cash has been credited to your account. Before making any decision please take into consideration all relevant factors of the event including the current share price and any possible tax implications. If you require any further information in making your decision please contact an appropriate professional advisor. Should you wish to find more information about the Scheme, please visit the Flybe website, www.flybe.com/corporate/
mill5ey
20/2/2019
14:42
https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/flybe-rejects-move-scupper-virgin-125200386.html This may be the reason why the share price is showing that the new takeover approach won’t be taken seriously.
whatsup32
20/2/2019
14:41
ahhh also interesting that they changed auditors recently : Flybe announces the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ("PwC") as the independent external auditor, replacing Deloitte LLP ("Deloitte"), for the financial year ending 31st March 2019.2 Aug 2018
mill5ey
20/2/2019
14:37
Mill5ey i fear there will be a load of upset punters here come friday,branson has pulled off daylight robbery here and is aided and abetted by Flybe management.
greggor
20/2/2019
14:26
Greggor - yeah, that was posted on here too
mill5ey
20/2/2019
14:24
Have checked this out and is correct the limit for foreign ownership of Uk or Eu based airlines is 49%.So it begs the question what is Tinkler up to? And also has the previous STOB bid (said to be 40p per share)have any connection with all these events.Something does not add up here! This was Posted on an Aviation blog earlier: "Under British and Eu law it is prohibited for a foreign owner to take majority control of any airline that operates either in the Uk or any Eu member state.So it is impossible for a US hedge fund to purchase Flybe,it seems that certain large holders have attempted a corporate pump and dump today knowing full well that in just two days time Flybe will cease to exist and only 1p per share is on offer. £15m has already been advanced by the Connect consortium,without that cash the company would already be in administration and shareholders left with absolutely nothing. This whole fiasco needs urgent investigation,and there are also questions for the company Nomads who should have requested a trading halt some time ago,and the role of Mr Tinkler in this whole debacle."
greggor
20/2/2019
14:22
Why don't you talk to them and find out why? Mr know it all.
letmepass
20/2/2019
14:19
If there are ways around it , why hasn’t Virgin, IAG, KLM ,Delta, American ,Qatar , Quantas or any other major figured it out. Unless you think Tinkler who just lost a court case for been incompetent and self serving is smarter then them.
whatsup32
20/2/2019
14:09
whatsup32 - again, you'd like to think that anyone making a bid to take 85% of a company would be aware of the rules. Something is clearly amiss here, either the "facts" are not, or the reporting is erroneous, or ....?
mill5ey
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