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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Gama Aviation Plc GMAA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 61.00 08:00:27
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rivaldo: Agreed - you may well be right if a predator wants to chance their arm before the prelims/next trading statement. Interesting comments this week from a Director at a GMAA subsidiary: Https:// "Dwayne Chandler, Senior Director, Avionics Sales and Business Development, Jet East notes: “Business aviation continues to experience a period of growth and we are seeing an increased demand for both regular maintenance and upgrades to legacy aircraft to keep them flying longer."
rivaldo: The year end trading update is finally out. It shows that in H2'21 GMAA made a very decent $1.1m EBIT from its core activities. This is because in H1'21 GMAA made a $0.4m loss, whereas in the entire year GMAA now say they've made a $0.7m profit after stripping out the $4.7m exceptional losses. In addition, GMAA now have $12.5m net cash plus $12.4m RCF headroom. It might be said that GMAA are - slowly - being turned around successfully. The proof will be in the H1'22 pudding, especially with the "challenging operating environment": Https://
rivaldo: RNS - $2m received on the sale of CASL: Https:// and the share price is up 7% on just £1k of shares traded! Those Rozzi Inc. purchases have made liquidity pretty tight here. The CASL sale was completed on 31/12, so GMAA will be able to show 2021 results net of discontinued businesses. H1'21 showed a not too bad $0.4m EBIT loss from the continuing business. I've got no idea what H2 will show - the H1 outlook was pretty vague. Fingers crossed the February trading statement (assuming it follows last year) is positive.
rivaldo: RNS - Rozzi Business Inc. have increased to over 19% now, with 12.15m shares: Https://
rivaldo: A slightly brighter indication last night - the CFO has plonked his entire shareholding into his ISA, presumably to avoid tax on future gains. Since the CFO should in theory know what's happening better than anyone else this is never a bad thing: Https://
rivaldo: Today's year end trading statement is unlikely to move the dial much here, for the moment anyway. It's encouraging that H2 continued to recover without any adverse surprises, and the big 'special mission' contracts performed well. And cash is reasonably healthy, so GMAA shouldn't have problems on that front, with GMAA able to splash out on the jet East acquisition for $7.7m recently. But it's noticeable there are no actual figures to hang your hat on. Perhaps the results at the end of April will provide a brighter outlook - by then, certainly in the UK given the successful vaccination programme, there should be a clearer picture ahead for the sector.
rivaldo: Good news - a synergistic $8.7m acquisition in the USA of a full-service business aviation aircraft maintenance provider: Https:// I note that this will be earnings-enhancing after the first year of acquisition. Pretty clear they had a rotten 2020 (probably much like GMAA - we shall see), but GMAA will hope they can return to their 2019 performance showing a $1.2m EBIT. I'll hold my relatively small holding here (even smaller these days!) - it keeps my interest up in GMAA, as there could just be substantial upside once COVID begins to fade and if management focus on the basics. Rozzi Business Inc aren't in here now with a large stake just for the love of the business.
rivaldo: GMAA have some great long-term contracts with the various rescue/ambulance services, so shouldn't be in any danger of collapse. On the other hand their core airline sector is going to be suffering for some time to come. And yet....maybe help is at hand for the sector from COVID-19 per today's news: Https:// "Covid vaccine: 8,000 jumbo jets needed to deliver doses globally, says IATA 4 hours ago Shipping a coronavirus vaccine around the world will be the "largest transport challenge ever" according to the airline industry. The equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747s will be needed, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said. There is no Covid-19 vaccine yet, but IATA is already working with airlines, airports, global health bodies and drug firms on a global airlift plan. etc"
escapetohome: Gama Aviation Plc (AIM: GMAA) ("Gama Aviation", the "Group") Gama Aviation awarded Ministry of Defence RAF glider contract Gama Aviation and Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, have been appointed by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) as the organisations responsible for supporting the airworthiness of the Viking T1 - the aircraft used by Royal Air Force (RAF) Air Cadets for basic glider training. The Viking is used at 10 locations across the UK to train Air Cadets to a sufficient standard for them to fly solo. The fleet currently comprises 48 gliders with four additional Vikings expected to be added to operations by the end of 2021. For the next two years, Gama Aviation and Atkins will support the airworthiness of the fleet, providing solutions to any issues that may arise around design standards and technical queries. Scott McVicar, Managing Director, Europe Ground at Gama Aviation, said : "We're proud to be working with Atkins to support this platform and its valuable mission to aid the next generation of aviators to build their flying skills safely." David Clark, Aerospace and Defence Market Director at Atkins, said : "By supporting the continued airworthiness of the Viking training glider, we're proud to be helping foster an interest in the aviation industry for Air Cadets. This appointment builds on our strong history in aircraft safety and we look forward to combining our technical expertise with the latest digital innovations to keep the Viking fleet in the sky." Since 2014, Gama Aviation and Atkins have collaborated on providing aircraft safety certification and are currently responsible for conducting Military Airworthiness Reviews for the RAF's HQ Air Command and The British Army's Joint Helicopter Command. Gama Aviation provides special mission services to law enforcement, defence, air ambulance and other government services. In 2020 the Group has announced new contract wins with the RAF, Joint Helicopter Command, the Home Office and the air ambulance contracts with the Government of Guernsey and the Government of Jersey. ENDS
napoleon 14th: Update: Gama Aviation We cannot be so upbeat about Gama, unfortunately. The aviation services business had plenty of troubles even before coronavirus came along. Now the shares stand 84pc below where we added them to the IHT Portfolio on the strength of Downing’s large stake in the firm. The fund manager has now given up and crystallised its loss and we must face the music too. Questor says: sell Ticker: GMAA Share price at close: 36p
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