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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% 61.00 58.00 64.00 61.00 61.00 61.00 32 08:00:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 182.0 -4.3 -13.0 - 39

Gama Aviation Share Discussion Threads

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30/5/2022
15:56
Results last week showed a $0.8m adjusted EBIT in H2, up from a $0.4m loss in H1, with $129.5m of revenues up from $106.4m in H1. The outlook is mixed for obvious reasons. Let's hope the "continued revenue momentum" in 2022 outweighs everything we know about inflation and supply chain pressures. So no immediate catalysts here. Unless Rozzi (or anyone else) decide to bid.
rivaldo
18/5/2022
07:22
This news is interesting..... "Gama Aviation’s Sharjah, UAE-based FBO saw a record-breaking year last year and expects to make major announcements on the expansion of its more than 40-aircraft fleet in the coming months" "Murphy said the company had seen bright starts to the year across all of its FBOs, each of them performing above forecasts and enjoying increased movements in 2021" Https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2022-05-17/gama-aviations-sharjah-fbo-sees-record-year Extracts: "Gama Aviation’s Sharjah FBO Sees Record Year by Peter Shaw-Smith May 17, 2022, 2:23 PM Gama Aviation’s Sharjah, UAE-based FBO saw a record-breaking year last year and expects to make major announcements on the expansion of its more than 40-aircraft fleet in the coming months. “[The year] 2021 went from strength to strength. It was a record-breaking year, and Sharjah FBO movements were up about 30 percent on pre-pandemic volumes,” Tom Murphy, head of FBOs and aircraft management specialist at Gama Aviation Sharjah, told AIN. “We managed to retain a number of new clients that now happily use our location as the closest alternative to DXB for downtown Dubai.” "Murphy said the company had seen bright starts to the year across all of its FBOs, each of them performing above forecasts and enjoying increased movements in 2021."
rivaldo
17/5/2022
17:27
any guesses on takeover price? my prediction 80p
george stobart
17/5/2022
14:06
Hmmm...20,000 shares just reported bought at 68p, when the full published offer price is currently 65p. Very keen.
rivaldo
16/5/2022
15:33
Takeover announcement getting married with the incoming results RNS for this one?
george stobart
13/5/2022
10:11
News coming along like buses.... Https://www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/news/gama-aviation-offers-hems-hire "Gama Aviation offers ‘HEMS for hire’ 11 May 2022 Sporting events, film locations, motorsport venues now can hire a dedicated package of medics combined with Gama Aviation’s Airbus H145 Gama Aviation is continuing to build its UK air ambulance offer by introducing a new service specifically aimed at the UK’s motorsport, events, and film and television industries. The service seeks to provide fully crewed turnkey helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) for situations that require additional medical infrastructure to support a specific safety case or insurance requirement. The service will offer helicopter air ambulance support that is fully crewed, allowing a variety of options to be deployed depending on the event, location, and medical support requirement. The company is predicting interest in the ‘HEMS for hire’ offer that will see its Airbus H145 D2, G-GMAH deployed. The aircraft, equipped for day and night operations will fly under a single pilot and Technical Crew Member (TCM) model with the medical team being allocated according to the required mission type. etc"
rivaldo
13/5/2022
07:35
News: Https://www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/news/gama-aviation-begins-medical-repatriation-service "Gama Aviation begins medical repatriation service 11 May 2022 Combining its aviation assets in the north and south of the UK with its medical team, the company will provide turnkey medical repatriation services for insurers, governments, and private individuals Gama Aviation is continuing to build its medical services offer with a new medical repatriation service focused on repatriating patients to and from the UK. The service will combine Gama Aviation’s Dorset-based medical team with its own dedicated air ambulance aircraft, those of audited third parties, and commercial airlines to provide medical care when repatriating patients into the UK or from the UK. The service has been in trial during the previous two months after the abatement of Covid-19 commercial flight restrictions. “We have now successfully delivered a number of these missions including supporting patients moving from Qatar, India, Indonesia and Europe. We expect an increase in seasonal repatriation requests as both the business and leisure markets open up after nearly two years of stasis due to Covid-19,” commented Dr Simon Forrington, Medical Director for Gama Aviation Special Mission. etc"
rivaldo
29/4/2022
10:37
Simon To bought 3.5million shares between 90p and 100p. This is serious money and let's not forget that Rozzi have been building their stake as well recently.
jeevsje
29/4/2022
10:17
that's the end game with Gama. Chinese CK Infrastructure will consolidate them The chinese CK own 30% of the company and have no incentive to keep them listed. Will the UK CMA allow a chinese takeover though?
george stobart
29/4/2022
09:44
Takeover before May results? No firm buy quotes online.
jeevsje
10/4/2022
18:40
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://runwaygirlnetwork.com/2022/04/07/smartsky-jet-east-sales-installation-agreement/ "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
05/4/2022
17:39
anyone buying into this following the takeovers/delisting of John Menzies and Air Partners? seems like an obvious target for their chinese main investor to take them out on the cheap
george stobart
08/3/2022
15:07
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://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/gama-aviation-GMAA/share-news/Gama-Aviation-PLC-FY21-Trading-Update/87491692
rivaldo
21/2/2022
13:05
Next one to be taken over after John Menzies. Hardly any shares available.
jeevsje
09/2/2022
15:56
Air Partner Plc got a takeover bid two weeks ago John Menzies received takeover offers this morning Gama Aviation is next
george stobart
09/2/2022
15:56
Air Partner Plc got a takeover bid two weeks ago John Menzies received takeover offers this morning Gama Aviation is next
george stobart
31/1/2022
14:18
Wow, a 15,655 share just reported at 67p - 5p above the current 62p offer price! Someone's keen.
rivaldo
18/1/2022
12:51
Nice to see the share price responding well to the news.
aimingupward2
18/1/2022
09:49
No stopping this one at present. Let's hope this reflects an improved performance in the last H2 over H1'21.
rivaldo
17/1/2022
08:49
GMAA's Sharjah operation was "buoyant" in 2021 - and this has continued into 2022: Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/GAMA-AVIATION-PLC-6855474/news/Gama-Aviation-Sharjah-FBO-continues-growth-in-2022-37537266/ "Gama Aviation : Sharjah FBO continues growth in 2022 01/13/2022 | 12:41pm GMT Buoyant 2021 continues into start of 2022 2021 was a successful period for Gama Aviation's FBO at Sharjah International Airport, and that looks set to continue into 2022. Head of FBO's Tom Murphy explains; despite the constant challenges, we saw a 30% increase on pre-pandemic volumes in Sharjah. Whilst this is an encouraging number, what we have been most proud of is the amount of new aircraft and clients that have visited and since become regular customers. For prolonged periods our apron reached 90% occupancy, which considering our capacity is a success story in itself!. Tom also states that this momentum is extending into 2022. "less than a week into 2022 we have achieved 60% of our budgeted monthly movements - the feedback we are receiving from our new clients is of their surprise of our proximity to Downtown Dubai, the added benefit of a zero slot restricted airfield and a 6 minute taxi time from runway to parking apron"."
rivaldo
14/1/2022
09:16
Nice - up 5p on a mere £5k purchase this morning. Not much stock around?
rivaldo
04/1/2022
10:15
RNS - $2m received on the sale of CASL: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/gama-aviation-plc--gmaa-/rns/completion-of-the-sale-of-20--share-in-associate/202201040700122547X/ 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
27/10/2021
10:39
Glad to see that the price has a bit of momentum from being 37pence ish for most of this year to mid 40s and long may it continue - which is what momentum is supposed to do. My average purchase price is nearly £2. Ouch!!
camerongd53
22/10/2021
14:24
A 30,000 share buy at 43p has moved the price up almost 9% today :o)) Looks like Rozzi Inc. have cleared out the market of stock. Cheers ai2.
rivaldo
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