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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gama Aviation Plc LSE:GMAA London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZP1526 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% 37.50 35.00 40.00 38.00 37.50 37.50 0.00 08:00:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 182.0 -4.3 -13.0 - 24

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08/7/2021
11:01
GMAA's recent acquisition in the USA has big expansion plans..... To average down or not to average down, that is the question: Https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2021-07-07/jet-east-opens-las-vegas-mx-facility-plans-hiring-fair "Jet East Opens Las Vegas Mx Facility, Plans Hiring Fair by Jerry Siebenmark July 7, 2021, 10:31 AM Following the opening last month of a service hub at Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (KLAS), business aviation maintenance provider Jet East is looking to bolster its staffing there by hosting a hiring event on July 26 and 27. In all, the Trenton, New Jersey-based company has more than 50 job openings at KLAS for maintenance, avionics, and structures technicians, as well as several other support positions. At KLAS, Jet East is operating from an existing 30,000-sq-ft facility, a spokesman told AIN. The company plans to eventually have more than 100 people working at that location. Designated by Jet East as a Citation center of excellence, the company's KLAS site will focus primarily on supporting the Citation Sovereign, the spokesman said, though “we are already seeing some super-midsize and large-cabin aircraft visit as well.” Jet East inducted its first Sovereign at KLAS on June 1. Acquired by Gama Aviation in January, Jet East has a footprint in the U.S. that includes 400 employees, more than 90 AOG technicians positioned across the country, coverage of 65 business aviation airports, and more than 10 line stations and heavy scheduled maintenance facilities."
rivaldo
04/6/2021
13:44
Why so, jeevsje ?
aimingupward2
03/3/2021
13:52
Watch out, could see a bagger or two soon.
jeevsje
18/2/2021
23:07
As his entire holding was a freebie (thank you for that info jeevsje), then should I buy a single share, I'll be risking more of my money in the company than he has of his so far. Unfortunately, that means I'm less likely to opening a position myself in the near future, but I'll continue to monitor with interest. TOC
theoldcodger
18/2/2021
22:40
The 25k were freebies, and hence, your first statement about capital loss should not apply here.
jeevsje
18/2/2021
12:58
Alternatively, he may simply be realizing a capital loss for tax-planning reasons as we approach the end of the tax year and it's a rather puny holding too, but perhaps it is an indication of him expecting better times ahead. I'm watching, but currently do not hold. TOC
theoldcodger
18/2/2021
11:37
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://www.investegate.co.uk/gama-aviation-plc--gmaa-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/202102171748214923P/
rivaldo
16/2/2021
08:50
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
25/1/2021
15:42
Happy to wait this out, put some in my pension.
escapetohome
15/1/2021
11:14
You never know the telegraph might include them again in their portfolio. Still have mine.
escapetohome
15/1/2021
10:48
Aye. Good news and still holding on for considerable upside once the covid cloud diminishes.
twirl
15/1/2021
10:27
Nice to read some positive news here. I agree very much with your sentiment, rivaldo, expressed in your final paragraph.
aimingupward2
15/1/2021
08:48
Good news - a synergistic $8.7m acquisition in the USA of a full-service business aviation aircraft maintenance provider: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/gama-aviation-GMAA/share-news/Gama-Aviation-PLC-Expansion-of-the-Groups-US-Maint/84099489 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
11/11/2020
14:42
Yes, this certainly a significant turnaround after along decline in the share price A lot further to go, so a good time to join in.
aimingupward2
10/11/2020
16:12
Seems the vaccine has done some wonders for the shareprice. Buy low sell high.
escapetohome
14/10/2020
10:27
Yep, the Rozzers are now above 18% and will presumably keep buying - either up to 29.99% as a significant shareholder with big influence, or to facilitate a takeover?
rivaldo
13/10/2020
19:30
Rozzi seems convinced
twirl
08/10/2020
14:41
I hope not. Im not an accountant, but they are winning contracts. Those companies wouldnt buy gama services if they were about to go bust and had concerns over working capital. My guess is they are not going bust soon.
escapetohome
08/10/2020
07:02
Potentially going bust i fear
thomasearnshaw
10/9/2020
08:22
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://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54067499 "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"
rivaldo
08/9/2020
10:37
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
escapetohome
08/9/2020
10:36
Telegraph downbeat. At the bottom of the cycle, typical error. I bought these shares. Reason to be upbeat. New contract awarded.
escapetohome
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