Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gama Aviation 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
  +4.50p +1.81% 252.50p 250.00p 255.00p 254.00p 249.00p 249.00p 8,450 16:03:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 203.0 19.3 38.1 6.6 108.56

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/12/2017
12:21
Hi au2. It's difficult to describe ACSO and IQE as "value" shares :o)) They're both terrific, very profitable companies with top management who have excellent growth prospects for years to come, so I'm happy to hold them. But, like KWS or FDEV which I also hold, they're all growth rather than value shares at their current ratings.
rivaldo
11/12/2017
16:35
Surprised you didn’t mention either ACSO or IQE, rivaldo.
aimingupward2
08/12/2017
16:59
Thanks very much for taking the time to respond rivaldo.
gswredland
08/12/2017
12:08
HI gswr. apologies for the delayed reply, I often don't keep up with threads unless something interesting's happening! Apart from GMAA (obviously) and WJG, it depends how you define "value" I suppose. I'm finding that there are a number of quality shares which are very solid growth companies on P/E's in the mid-teens or slightly higher, which have deathly quiet threads and are performing beautifully. DSCV (formerly Acal), IMO, IGR, IOM and SCH spring to mind. Then there's VLE, which is trading at hugely under its true NAV. And there are very profitable small/micro caps (with short-term blue sky potential) like SDI and ODX. Or larger entities which consistently produce the goods like IDEA and RNWH. Or recovery situations like CAR, which is really now oversold imo. Or CTO, which is on a tiny P/E despite having a cash pile, presumably because a seller is holding things back. Hope that helps :o))
rivaldo
04/12/2017
08:30
Ah thank you
gswredland
03/12/2017
14:39
If you click on someone's name you can see which other share threads they are posting on and perhaps also therefore have an interest in
3500sr
03/12/2017
08:15
Rivaldo Is it ok to ask you what other value shares you hold/ recommend as I respect your views? I know you are also a fan of WJG.
gswredland
01/12/2017
14:19
http://www.cityam.com/276234/-all-you-can-fly-private-airline-surf-air-coming-london
lbo
29/11/2017
23:50
That is good news.....the caveat being that GMAA themselves announced it earlier this year. So not really "less vocal" at all, but all PR is good PR anyway :o)) Http://www.gamaaviation.com/gama-aviation-special-mission-contracts/
rivaldo
29/11/2017
19:44
Cheers Dan, here it is. Stock market-quoted Gama Aviation likes to talk of how it flies the world’s super-rich on private jets. It is less vocal about a more sensitive piece of work: a £4 million, four-year contract to service a new breed of police surveillance aircraft. In January, the first of four new Vulcanairs, capable of staying in the air for 10 hours at a time, will be delivered, kitted out with the latest surveillance gadgetry by Airborne Technologies
igoe104
29/11/2017
18:56
FWIW small mention in the Evening Standard
dan_the_epic
29/11/2017
14:11
GMAA is just so volatile. Ticked up today on three tiny buys, and the buying price has moved up to near the full offer price. Hopefully a sign of not much stock around.
rivaldo
24/11/2017
14:18
Might get to fair value one day! & to think, it was 120p year ago.........
napoleon 14th
24/11/2017
11:37
Encouraging to see a £5k buy at 270.97p - well above the published 270p full offer price. Looking good for new recent highs hopefully.
rivaldo
22/11/2017
15:36
Looks fairly unexciting - particularly for those who can afford to use private jets :o)) On the other hand, in researching the Budget I just came across this from the last few days which may equally well give GMAA's operations in the USA a very nice boost indeed. I wonder if this has partly caused the recent share price rise? Https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/nov/19/democrats-blast-gop-plans-tax-break-on-private-jet/ "Democrats blast GOP plan’s tax break on private jets By David Sherfinski - The Washington Times - Sunday, November 19, 2017 Republicans billed their tax overhaul as a way to clear out special loopholes from the bloated tax code — but the bill that will hit the Senate floor after Thanksgiving actually adds a host of new breaks on everything from private jet operators to citrus farmers. The jet plan, which would exempt private airplane maintenance payments from a transportation excise tax, has quickly become emblematic of the GOP’s bill in online forums, with opponents saying it shows the plan is skewed toward the wealthy who can afford to use such planes. The aviation industry says that’s a misunderstanding, and said the provision is intended to make sure private plane managers don’t pay a 7.5 percent “ticket tax” applied to commercial flights. “Tax reform legislation has a long way to go, but this is an important step and small aviation businesses are appreciative of the inclusion of this provision, which provides them the tax certainty they have long sought,” said Martin H. Hiller, president of the National Air Transportation Association."
rivaldo
22/11/2017
13:33
This from the online Guardian from today's budget: 'From April he will again freeze short-haul air passenger duty, and long-haul APD for economy passengers. This will be funded by an increase on taxes for private jets.' Any bearing on GMAA?
mfhmfh
21/11/2017
13:57
Agreed. Nice intra-day turnaround today after some profit-taking recently. WH Ireland forecast 25.61p EPS this year rising to 28.02p EPS next year (plus dividends). Much too cheap imho.
rivaldo
15/11/2017
12:35
Still invitingly cheap on a single digit p/e - probably around 9 for the year almost ended and well below that for y/e 2018.
aimingupward2
14/11/2017
14:57
Impressive rebound.
someuwin
14/11/2017
14:30
Just noticed GMAA's JV partner BBA issued a good trading statement this morning - most relevantly, their Signature division is trading very well, which bodes well for GMAA: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/bba-aviation-plc--bba-/rns/trading-statement/201711140700023541W/ "The Group's trading performance remains in line with expectations, with revenue up 10.2% year-on year for the ten months to October, reflecting good organic growth in Signature and the contribution from acquisitions. In Flight Support, Signature revenues in the ten months to 31 October grew 14.2% and on a like-for-like basis (organic, constant currency, adjusting for higher fuel prices) were up 3.8%. US B&GA flight movements have grown 3.7% over the nine months to 30 September, with improved growth of 4.3% for the three months ended 30 September. Signature like-for-like revenue growth for the same three month period ended 30 September was 5.3%. The Signature outperformance during the three months ended 30 September in part reflects good progress with our commercial renegotiations for the enlarged network. The recent hurricanes: Harvey, Irma and Maria, caused minimal impact overall across the Signature network and we were able to re-establish services quickly and provide support for the rescue and relief efforts. Signature has recently signed a Signature Select licence agreement with Fly Across at Toluca International airport in Mexico, our first location in Mexico and the closest B&GA airport to Mexico City. This increases the Group's affiliate FBO programme, Signature Select, to 19 locations.... ....Wayne Edmunds, BBA Aviation Interim CEO commented "The Group has traded in line with expectations during the period. We are particularly pleased with Signature's performance since the half year, which in part reflects the positive customer response to our enlarged network proposition."
rivaldo
14/11/2017
11:25
I'm MORE than happy to hold here, I can see big growth in the middle-east and far-east for GMAA over the coming years.
igoe104
14/11/2017
09:51
Good to see GMAA continuing to show strength and moving up once again. More coverage of the Chinese launch, including this additional quote: Https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2017-11-13/gama-aviation-partners-china-aircraft-services "Asked about the company’s Asian strategy and growth plans, Gama Aviation Hutchison general manager Sergio Oliveira e Silva told AIN, “Our collaboration with CASL is a win-win. We’re bringing tremendous value to clients where they can finally have what we’d like to call a ‘normal MRO experience.’ There are plans to expand the facilities in Hong Kong, and we’ve got a few ideas for China. For us, it’s all about the right timing, the right place and the right partner.”
rivaldo
13/11/2017
08:50
New recent highs now. And good news - GMAA's Chinese/Asian business jet maintenance collaboration is now fully operational: Http://www.gamaaviation.com/hong-kong-business-jet-maintenance/ "Gama Aviation’s Hong Kong business jet maintenance collaboration with China Aircraft Services Ltd. (CASL) opens with fixed price base maintenance packages* In a formal opening ceremony today, 09 November, 2017, Gama Aviation Hutchison (Hong Kong), is pleased to announce the start of its General Sales Agent (GSA) collaboration with China Aircraft Services Ltd’s (CASL) for business jet maintenance services. The collaboration, of which Gama Aviation has the exclusive permission to sell CASL’s business jet maintenance capability in Asia, has already achieved FAA and Cayman approvals for the Gulfstream G350/450, G500/G550 and G650/650ER types and the Bombardier Global BD-700 series, the primary types operated in the region. Approvals for Bermudan and HK CAD are imminent. Angus Cheung, Chief Executive Officer of China Aircraft Services Limited commented: “This is a historic year for CASL as we build further capability from our strong commercial aviation maintenance platform. Our collaboration is the perfect blend of maintenance expertise, operational know-how and type knowledge. We’re very excited to end the year in such a strong position, with a relevant and compelling offer to business jet owners in the region.” Marwan Khalek, Chief Executive Officer of Gama Aviation Plc commented: “Today marks a new era for Gama Aviation in the region. We could not want for better partners in CASL and I fully believe we have the means to deliver a game changing proposition. For many owners and crews, the inconvenience, cost and unnecessary engine and airframe hours of flying to alternate service facilities has ended. Hong Kong now has the capability and we are proud to represent, through our unique collaboration.” Gama Aviation is now taking bookings for base maintenance (up to and including 3C / 24 month inputs for the Gulfstream G350/450, G500/G550 and G650/650ER types and the Bombardier Global BD-700 series). Coverage is also provided for AOG regional call outs, battery services and cleaning."
rivaldo
10/11/2017
20:24
rhomboid, The real money is invariably made long term. If the story is good stick with it. On the other hand, it is never wrong to take a profit. I see GMAA as having long term potential.
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