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JET2 Jet2 Plc

1,300.00
26.00 (2.04%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jet2 Plc LSE:JET2 London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  26.00 2.04% 1,300.00 398,034 16:29:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,300.00 1,302.00 1,304.00 1,271.00 1,271.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Air Transport, Nonscheduled 5.03B 290.8M 1.3544 9.60 2.79B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:43:26 O 227 1,299.326 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
18/6/202419:18** Jet2 **8,928
17/4/202415:38Incredible performance for an Airline7

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Jet2 (JET2) Most Recent Trades

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15:43:271,299.332272,949.47O
15:42:271,299.3314,000181,905.64O
15:42:261,299.3314,000181,905.64O
15:40:381,295.4615,581201,845.11O
15:35:161,300.0062,916817,908.00UT

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Posted at 18/6/2024 09:20 by Jet2 Daily Update
Jet2 Plc is listed in the Air Transport, Nonscheduled sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JET2. The last closing price for Jet2 was 1,274p.
Jet2 currently has 214,700,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jet2 is £2,791,100,000.
Jet2 has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.60.
This morning JET2 shares opened at 1,271p
Posted at 14/6/2024 06:25 by thisaintme
"Leading leisure airline Jet2.com has been ranked the best short-haul UK airline for punctuality, according to analysis of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) data by the PA news agency.

The analysis took into account all scheduled and chartered departures from UK airports by airlines that operated more than 2,500 flights in 2023.

The average delay for all these flights was 20 minutes and 42 seconds. Jet2.com outperformed this average by almost three minutes to be ranked the most punctual UK short haul airline.

Meanwhile, the data shows that many of Jet2.com’s competitors experienced average delays that were significantly longer than the overall average, and in some cases over ten minutes longer than Jet2.com’s average.

Jet2.com maintained its industry-leading position despite operating over 100,000 flights in 2023, with almost 3,000 flights a week operating during peak periods on a fleet of 119 aircraft.

In recent years, Jet2.com has been repeatedly recognised for maintaining this operational excellence, despite wider challenges facing the industry, and the company has continually invested in its award-winning operation to achieve this. This includes having a huge customer helper presence throughout its airports, self-handing at seven UK airport bases, and investing in first-class operations.

Back in 2022, Jet2.com was praised for not cancelling any flights due to staff shortages following the pandemic, during a time when some airlines were making swathes of cancellations.

This track record of operational excellence is complemented by Jet2.com’s industry-leading position when it comes to delivering VIP customer service, which is proven by the company recently winning Which? Travel Brand of the Year for the third consecutive year."

Source: hxxps://www.jet2.com/news/2024/06/Jet2_com_the_most_punctual_short_haul_UK_airline_
Posted at 07/6/2024 10:44 by thisaintme
On a differenct subject. In case anyone is wondering about how JET2 might be affected by the collapse of FTI and hasn't seen anything related..

JET2HOLIDAYS REASSURES CLIENTS OVER FTI HOTEL CONCERNS

Jet2 has moved to assure clients they will be unaffected by the insolvency of FTI Touristik and its associated hotel brands.

FTI is Europe’s third-biggest operator and began insolvency proceedings on 3 June. The operating giant owns 50 hotels in eight countries.

Its brands include Labranda Hotels & Resorts, Design Plus Hotels, Kairaba Hotels & Resorts, Lemon & Soul Hotels and the beach resort brand Club Sei.

The portfolio also includes seven Meeting Point managed properties in the Canary Islands and Turkey.

Jet2 told one concerned customer due to depart in under three weeks: “We can confirm your holiday is still scheduled to go ahead as planned. Should anything change, we will be sure to get in touch with you as soon as we can.”

Jet2, which features 10 Labranda properties in the Canaries among its FTI contract, told TTG all holidays would remain “unaffected221; by FTI’s situation.

Other operators have also been hit, with Tui and First Choice using Kairaba properties and Travel Republic featuring Club Sei.

Source: hxxps://www.ttgmedia.com/news/jet2holidays-reassures-clients-over-fti-hotel-concerns-46768
Posted at 07/6/2024 08:38 by thisaintme
Snorkel, it isn’t strange :)

ADVFN include trades from multiple sources. If for example you look at a company which is dual listed on both LSE and Aquis, you will see that trades from each are labelled accordingly (on the live stream).

JET2 isn’t listed on Aquis (AQSE) of course. But it is listed on Londons 'Turquoise' exchange. Given that advfn cover level 3 (Chi-X, Bats and Turquoise) multilateral trading facility (MTFs), we know the data is there. So it may well be included in the regular trades list (as with Aquis). It was flagged as ‘LSE’ at the time, which would also make sense.

If it was on Turquoise, by the very nature of the exchange, then it could be as simple as a transfer between banks, or something along those lines. Plus, there are two sides to the Turquoise exchange. The ‘lit’ side which is basically public. And then what is often termed as the ‘dark pool’. Where transactions are done away from the regular public order book. All sorts of jiggery pokery go on in dark pools?

That would also explain why the price shown (on here) for the trade, was outside the current bid/offer spread. Because the transaction was likely done when the share price was around that price and then reported later.

It’s also quite likely Turquoise like transactions (by the nature of the beast) don’t trigger requirements for any holdings RNS either?

Anyone who would like more info on Aquis and Turquoise can find them here..
Posted at 06/6/2024 07:44 by mrscruff
Funds and Trusts don't pay any tax other than on the managers fees and dividends...unless you mean stamp duty? I suppose no stamp duty is attractive not to pay on a massive sum even if it is only half a percent.

I think the shares are slowly been sold down to a level where a buyer will take the remaining stake and then JET2 share price jump up. Currently valuations are completely annomolious! If you hold the risk is extremely low though you may see more losses that are temporary but the upside is extremely high. No better risk reward for buy and hold style imho.

I suppose this explains manipulation like behaviour. I have been through this before with both ALPH and AXL most recently. In an efficient market these are punished because the market does now when a buyer is found. I will continue to sell ALPH slowly and buy Jet2.
Posted at 04/6/2024 11:26 by hardm
The share price drop recently is ridiculous and is clearly being manipulated.

The recent trading update statements didn't help and were predictably down-beat even though the results were good...who writes these formal updates! Clearly not the same person that writes the regular website updates...they are always very upbeat.

How can the share price fall today when oil prices are falling. It's manipulation and auto-trading linked to FTSE performance in my opinion, but Easyjet and other airlines seem to have broken free from it.

This has to turn-around soon and fly back to £17 at least. To put this into perspective, incredibly, the share price reached £15+ during the pandemic, so how the hell is it lower now when the business is busier and bigger than ever before.

Crazy!!!
Posted at 28/5/2024 17:35 by darrin1471
Possible future JET2 destinations. Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and ski holidays.

Jet2 website says an average pint is £1.60 in Turkey and a meal for 2 is averaging £11. I just returned from a walking holiday in Oludeniz and did not see any local 500ml beer under £2.20. Meals started at £10 per head and a big mac meal was 19 Euros at Dalaman airport.
I did not travel Jet2 but my Irish travel rep said JET2 only employ local travel reps at local wages. I hired a car for 4 days and stopped in an empty JET2/TUI hotel for £25 a night in Marmaris. A good clean hotel which will no doubt be full soon. EZJ flight was 100% full on the way back and 98% full on the way out.
Posted at 25/5/2024 06:37 by thisaintme
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have been named Travel Brand of the Year at the prestigious Which? Awards for the third year running, after they were recognised for providing customers with industry-leading products and customer service on their well-deserved holidays.

The leading leisure airline and UK’s largest tour operator received the coveted title at a special awards ceremony which was hosted to recognise the brands that go above and beyond for their customers.

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays were once again recognised for their industry leadership when it comes to customer service and product quality in travel, meaning they have secured the title of Travel Brand of the Year for the fourth time in seven years.

As the voice of UK consumers, the annual Which? Awards recognise and celebrate brands that champion consumers by consistently providing the best products and best services, with the judges this year paying particularly close attention to value for money, exemplary products and customer service.

Expert judges from Which? base their prestigious awards on a rigorous set of criteria, including how brands have performed in Which? testing, brand reliability, analysis of provider data, customer satisfaction surveys based on thousands of real-time customer experiences, and the results from its investigations. This ensures that brands that make the shortlist are the best in their field.

In addition to this latest success, Jet2’s brands are recognised as a Which? Recommended Provider in every single category it is possible for them to be included in – seven categories in total. These are:

Airlines (Jet2.com)
Beach and Resort Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
All Inclusive Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
Family Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
Solo Holiday Providers (Jet2holidays)
City Breaks (Jet2CityBreaks)
Villas and Holiday Lets Abroad (Jet2Villas)

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “The Which? Awards are the ultimate recognition of customer-centric brands that provide the best products and customer service, so to be awarded Which? Travel Brand of the Year for three years running is a remarkable demonstration of our industry leadership when it comes to looking after our customers.”

He added: “We are enormously proud of this latest accolade, and we remain totally committed to the customer-first approach which has resulted in this success. Our team of amazing colleagues set the benchmark for exceptional customer service, and it is great to see that recognised by customers and the experts at Which? I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to our customers, for their loyalty, and to our colleagues too, for it is their hard work that enables us to enjoy such recognition.”

Which? Chief Executive, Anabel Hoult, said: “Jet2’s high-quality service means it has far better customer scores and star ratings than its main rivals and this is why we’ve named it the Best Travel Brand for the third year running.

“Congratulations to Jet2 on its win. The Which? Awards judging standards are incredibly high, so to be named as a winner is a huge achievement - something only achieved by the best of the best.”


Source: hxxps://www.jet2.com/news/2024/05/Which_Travel_Brand_of_the_Year_for_third_year_in_a_row_
Posted at 17/5/2024 08:24 by mrscruff
snorkelparker, the market agrees with you as Jet2 is valued in share price in step lock step with EZJ. Both have a net cash position, but I ended up here as Jet2 has more cash an a lower P/E. I presume because net assets are lighter here given than earnings from hotels Jet2 don't hold. But an asset lighter business appeals to me. Jet2 just looks better to me so I must be missing something.
Posted at 16/5/2024 10:06 by scaff55
No logic to jet2 share price movements other than manipulation, MMs and there incrowd making plenty , shocking ? Get real..
Posted at 23/3/2024 14:41 by havinthelasttoast
Investors chronical article from nov. Confirms net cash.


Jet2 reports surge in profits
Profit grows by a third despite disruptions

November 23, 2023
by Michael Fahy


Net cash pile increases by 46 per cent to £1.82bn
Bookings slow but full-year guidance unchanged

Jet2 (JET2) is flying a lot more planes than it did prior to the pandemic but, for now at least, is comfortably managing to fill them at higher fare levels.

JET2:LSE
Jet2 PLC
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Today change
-0.07% Price (GBP)
1,423.00
The company increased seat capacity by 7 per cent on last year to 11.97mn and said ticket yields for flight-only passengers rose by 18 per cent to over £124. It also increased the price of its holidays, and the proportion of passengers who fly with the company on a higher-margin package deal increased by 4.9 percentage points to 70.8 per cent.

As a result, profit before tax and currency movements increased by a third to £665mn even though floods and wildfires in Greece and air traffic disruption in the UK caused profitability to weaken by around £14mn. Cash flow also increased, meaning net cash (excluding leases) grew by 46 per cent to £1.82bn.

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The reaction from investors was muted, though. An admission that bookings for winter “have been a little slower in recent weeks” triggered concern about the sustainability of demand, especially given that capacity will be 21 per cent higher than last year. The company maintained full-year guidance of pre-tax profit before currency movements of between £480mn and £520mn, though, and said early-stage bookings for next summer were “encouraging”, with load factors higher despite a 12 per cent capacity increase.

Although holidays are a discretionary spend, Peel Hunt analyst Alexander Paterson argued in a recent note that it's one for which customers are willing to make sacrifices. We concur, and remain of the opinion that with Jet2’s shares trading at 6.5 times the FactSet broker consensus forecast, they will appeal to the bargain-hunter as much as its holidays. Buy.
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