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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% 40.60 38.00 42.00 - 0.00 07:48:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 182.0 -4.3 -13.0 - 26

Gama Aviation Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2020
19:35
The management may well try to take the company private. Having raised £50m last year, the current market cap for an MBO will look attractive to them. Shareholders who trusted management will have been (or have been?)fleeced. There are reputational issues at stake for the Chairman, AiM and the broker of course.
1activeinvestor
10/2/2020
11:07
Still, muted response from company.
jeevsje
07/2/2020
14:07
After hitting 25% lost for three months I sold out, I cut the loses. It could be the best company but I am out. I wish good luck to all shareholders.
2marinov
07/2/2020
11:58
Hutch and the CEO clearly concert parties and aren’t bothered by the valuation. Minority shareholders will get no joy here.
reddevils1
06/2/2020
09:13
Hutchison at 29% can't buy any more. And who'd want to invest when Hutchison have 29%? Only one way of this share - down until Hutchison take it out for pennies.
igbertsponk
05/2/2020
18:47
I suspect the share price is dropping because the business is running out of cash
1activeinvestor
05/2/2020
18:41
I would like to think that the share drop happens because it hit stop losses. There is no reports that any of the big holders are selling. The business is with high entry barriers. Their latest investment was for $10 mil.,if I remember right. The company has assets. Lack of news and coverage in the press may be another reason for the share drop. Unless there are news that we are unaware I can not see any other reason for the sharp drop.
2marinov
05/2/2020
18:05
Spoke to their PR lady last week to understand lack of trading update and discuss share price drop on limited volume. She said she will discuss with the company and they will RNS date of trading update. Clearly useless and never quite understood why they pay these PR people.
jeevsje
05/2/2020
17:40
Good evening chaps, my view is that lack of trading update is driving share price down. At that price maybe someone will knock on the door with offer. Market cap of £35mil. is not a lot. Surely if the guide of $10-$11 mil profit is correct re-rating should happen. Any thoughts?
2marinov
27/1/2020
15:45
Where is the trading update?
jeevsje
24/12/2019
07:25
News - GMAA appointed in Hong Kong to carry out maintenance etc. Hopefully Embraer will roll this out over time to the rest of its 80 service centres around the world: Https://www.businessjetinteriorsinternational.com/news/cabin-completion-refurbishment-maintenance/embraer-names-gama-aviation-as-authorised-service-centre-in-hong-kong.html "Embraer names Gama Aviation as authorised service centre in Hong Kong Embraer has approved Gama Aviation as a new Embraer authorised service centre (EASC) for the Lineage 1000/1000E and Legacy 600/650 executive jets in Hong Kong. The three-year agreement allows the company to perform line maintenance tasks for the Lineage 1000/1000E and line and base maintenance for the Legacy 600/650. Johann Bordais, president and CEO for Embraer Services & Support, said, “Gama Aviation has demonstrated their capabilities and expertise in aircraft maintenance through more than 30 years’ of operation. We’re pleased to include Gama Aviation into the EASC network, which will provide us with more coverage to support our Lineage and Legacy customers in the region with efficient, reliable and customised solutions. “Embraer always strives to provide each customer with the finest experience and world-class support. We have established a very strong customer support and services network with more than 80 owned and authorised service centres all over the world, to provide our customers with the most timely and effective support wherever their aircraft is.” Sergio Silva, managing director, Gama Aviation Asia, commented, “I’m delighted that we have been granted EASC status by Embraer. In achieving this we are the current sole provider to support the aircraft in the Pearl River Delta metropolitan area. Our capabilities in Hong Kong provide Embraer a high performing platform to deliver reliable post sale support to these types.”
rivaldo
11/12/2019
11:24
Looks like good news in two of the three outstanding legal cases, with the final upcoming one already provided for and GMAA still anticipating "a net cash inflow as an overall result": Https://www.investegate.co.uk/gama-aviation-plc--gmaa-/rns/litigation-update/201912110700084814W/
rivaldo
04/12/2019
07:56
Embraer has approved Gama Aviation as a new Embraer Authorized Service Center (EASC) for the Lineage 1000/1000E and Legacy 600/650 executive jets in Hong Kong. The three-year period agreement allows the company to perform line maintenance tasks for the Lineage 1000/1000E and line and base maintenance for the Legacy 600/650. Johann Bordais, president and CEO for Embraer Services & Support, said, “Gama Aviation has demonstrated their capabilities and expertise in aircraft maintenance through more than 30 years’ of operation. We’re pleased to include Gama Aviation into the EASC network, which will provide us with more coverage to support our Lineage and Legacy customers in the region with efficient, reliable and customised solutions. “Embraer always strives to provide each customer with the finest experience and world-class support. We have established a very strong customer support and services network with over 80 owned and authorised service centres all over the world, to provide our customers with the most timely and effective support wherever their aircraft is.” Sergio Silva, managing director, Gama Aviation Asia, commented, “I’m delighted that we have been granted EASC status by Embraer. In achieving this we are the current sole provider to support the aircraft in the Pearl River Delta metropolitan area. Our capabilities in Hong Kong provide Embraer a high performing platform to deliver reliable post sale support to these types.”
jeevsje
21/11/2019
06:41
At this price, they are susceptible to a bid, although I reckon they will announce news on another acquisition soon.
jeevsje
20/11/2019
15:52
Only way is north from here
anderson3
13/11/2019
15:07
Bid looking very strong. NT to buy large amounts.
jeevsje
06/11/2019
08:36
Hopefully this new agreement in the USA will pay off nicely - a start-up there is raising $10m and is in partnership with GMAA: Https://finance.yahoo.com/news/us-startup-raising-10-million-100052452.html "Jet Token said it had already launched an initial version of its iOS app in September and is planning to ship the version with built-in crypto payments by the end of this year. The company will serve as a broker for booking flights, and also operate its own reserve fleet of aircrafts, which can be used if a flight booked by a client gets cancelled or delayed. The filing said the company “negotiated terms with Honda Aircraft Company for 4 HondaJets and with Gama Aviation for the maintenance, management and operation of our leased aircraft.” According to Jet Token’s recent SEC filing, the company is led by Mike Winston, principal at Sutton View Capital, as a founder, executive chairman and treasurer. The CEO is George Murnane, who previously chaired several aviation-related companies, the last being ImperialJet private charter broker." Abarclay, Cantor haven't covered GMAA for a long time now.
rivaldo
05/11/2019
09:26
does Cantor Fitzgerald still have a 400p target price
abarclay
01/11/2019
10:58
Remember the merger of BBA's and GMAA's US charter and management operations - called Signature - into a 50/50 JV in 2017 to form the largest aircraft management business in the country: Https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/bba-and-gama-merge-us-charter-and-management-operati-432834/ This morning BBA confirmed their disposal of Ortic, their MRO operation, for $1,365 million, to concentrate on Signature. There are some interesting comments: "Following completion of the Ontic disposal and given the on-going process to dispose of the ERO business, it is expected that the Group will from that point comprise predominantly the market-leading Signature business. This will enable enhanced focus on Signature, which the Board believes to be a significant source of future shareholder value creation. The Board has therefore elected to change the Company's name to "Signature Aviation plc" which will better align it with the Company's most significant brand in its core market. In addition, it will create a stronger and clearer connection of the brand to shareholders and other stakeholders." "Signature's free cash generative characteristics should allow it to sustain a progressive dividend policy and the potential for ongoing returns of capital, surplus to the investment requirements of the Signature business, while maintaining a strong balance sheet within the target leverage range on a covenant basis."
rivaldo
17/10/2019
15:01
Not used to a blue colour next to GMAA :o)) I did notice good news re GMAA's partner Wheels Up - raising such a large amount for expansion should be good for GMAA (who get a mention here): Https://pulse2.com/wheels-up-128-million-funding/ "Wheels Up: $128 Million Funding, Over $1.1 Billion Valuation, And 6,000 Members Wheels Up — a membership-based private aviation company — recently announced it raised $128 million in Class D equity capital. Funds managed by Franklin Templeton co-led the round with funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price and Fidelity Management & Research along with other institutional and private investors. The post-money enterprise valuation of Wheels Up is now more than $1.1 billion. And this round of funding comes on the heels of Wheels Up’s recent acquisition of Travel Management Company, which closed a few months ago. Wheels Up founder and CEO Kenny Dichter pointed out that this round of funding will be used for a number of business initiatives such as additional potential acquisitions, the acceleration of membership growth through further investment in sales and marketing, and significant scaling of the company’s technology and digital platforms. Wheels Up significantly reduces the upfront costs to fly privately while providing unparalleled safety, service, flexibility, and quality. And Wheels Up offers a total private aviation solution for its user base of more than 6,000 members across North America through three unique membership options—Connect, Core, and Business—and a vast selection of program features. The Wheels Up Core and Business Members receive guaranteed access to a members-only fleet of 93 King Air 350i, Citation Excel/XLS and Citation X aircraft (operated exclusively by Gama Aviation) up to 365 days a year with as little as 24 hours’ notice and paying fixed hourly rates for time flown only. etc"
rivaldo
23/9/2019
08:48
I wonder whether we will see additional buying from Simon To in coming days.
jeevsje
23/9/2019
08:29
H1 results are out, and are pretty reasonable in terms of results and encouraging in terms of outlook, with prior guidance of $10.5m to $11.5m EBIT reiterated, against a now £48m m/cap. The overriding sense is that this large, sprawling business is being steadied, and that the period of investment and consolidation is starting to coming to an end and beginning to deliver (i.e Bournemouth, US Ground etc). Cash flows were poor, but these were due to one-offs such as short-term changes to billing procedures and slow recovery of particular receivables. Interesting comment from the Chairman, suggesting that acquisitions are still on the agenda: "The Board will continue to oversee the reforms the Company is implementing in terms of corporate governance and financial discipline, whilst supporting the Company's organic and acquisitive growth strategy, with the aim of delivering stronger future shareholder returns."
rivaldo
05/9/2019
11:04
We already know that H1 results will be in line with forecast 12.6c EPS for the year. This report from the business aviation sector in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean is interesting. We already know that overall the sector was mixed in H1, but it's good to see that GMAA were the market leaders, and business is expected to improve markedly in H2: Https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2019-08-26/argus-sees-ops-growth-after-mixed-first-half "Gama Aviation Signature logged the most hours of the 135 carriers in the first half at 42,020, which was down from the 43,974 in the first half of 2018. The next closest in terms of flight hours was Executive Jet Management at 31,053 hours, followed by XOJet (23,209), Delta Private Jets (20,314), and Solairus Aviation (15,581). Argus anticipates that business aviation will be up 2 percent year-over-year in the second half, with September and December expected to bring the strongest gains in this period. Argus forecasts a 4.6 percent increase in September and 3.3 percent in December. Bolstering this is that returns for July surpassed initial expectations of a 1 percent rise; it actually logged a 2.4 percent increase."
rivaldo
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