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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wizz Air Holdings Plc LSE:WIZZ London Ordinary Share JE00BN574F90 ORD GBP0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3,478.00 3,476.00 3,484.00 3,478.00 3,354.00 3,400.00 58,629 10:22:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,453.7 261.3 3.3 1,017.3 2,971

Wizz Air Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/9/2020
21:44
=========== The Future of the Airline Sector ========== The future of the entire Global Airline Sector is 100% dependent at this time , on the outcome of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Whilst this pandemic exists , and that, also for the present , buywell sees as worldwide case numbers increasing ; then so to will the Global Airline Sector be adversely affected. Simply put Airline passengers realize there is a risk now attached to flying or indeed any form of travel in the presence of unknown strangers for many hours in an enclosed space. Going to the toilet which is a very tiny space on planes/boats/buses and trains which ALL do at least a couple of times on say a 5 or 6 hour flight means this. The person enters an area of approx 1M by 1.5M with a height of approx 2.5M This room is less than considered safe by ALL Government Covid-19 social distancing regulations. This room (toilet) will have been visited by a very large percentage of the entire population on that plane/boat/bus or train. That is to say you have gone against the social distancing advice and breathed in the expelled air that all of those other passengers have breathed out or their aerosol droplets that their sneezes or coughs whist in occupance have produced. In 2021 until a vaccine has tested that it works in a safe manner for a sufficient immunity period , until such a vaccine has been produced in the Billions of doses , until these billions of doses are then distributed Globally to all countries and the 7.8 Billion that will need to get it , many of whom can't afford to pay anything so it will have to free issue to approx 4 Billion people --- in 2021 buywell does not see this happening. In the meantime it has been discovered that Covid-19 can be caught twice , which IMO is very very bad news regarding getting rid of it. Spanish Flu(last pandemic) was eradicated only because around 60% of the world population caught it , most lived , and most importantly developed immunity which meant they did not catch it again. buywell posits --- this is now NOT the case regards to Covid-19. Conclusions: a) Present data is pointing to Covid-19 being a long term event until a cure is found or a vaccine giving immunity for a period of time long enough for re-infections or new infections to reduce to numbers that health services can manage. b) There is a worrying high percentage of people that do not want to take such a vaccine --- thought on how people can be made to accept a vaccine jab needs to be agreed upon ie WHO to take a lead --- perhaps mandates jabs for all. c) Mutations of the SARS-CoV-2 virus continue, and there is now a very much more contagious strain ( X 10 ) in existence in many countries ie NOT the original Wuhan strain. This means some vaccines now under test might not work on whatever mutated strain is still causing cases in July 2021. d) Because those people that enter a ICU in a hospital or need critical care due to adverse reactions to Covid-19 ie 20% currently ---- because those people that survive out of that 20% of Covid-19 cases and get discharged from hospital do so with a variety of severity of organ damage ( long term ) , the strain on Hospitals is going to increase exponentially whilst Covid-19 cases continue and existing discharged patients need ongoing medical treatments e) At some point in 2021 on current Global trajectory of case numbers driven by India , Africa , North and South Americas and now the EU and Asia --- Hospital Services will cease to function UNLESS Strict Quarantine measures are imposed as was the case in Spanish Flu pandemic . Unfortunately people of the present day with human rights do not react well to authority so such National Lockdowns that might have worked in the Spanish Flu pandemic won't work now. ----------------------------------------------------- SOLUTION The only solution in buywells' opinion is that mankind must learn to live with Covid-19 as another ongoing coronavirus ( ie become the fifth ) . For such things as planes and boats and buses and planes there has been a way found recently to make this possible buywell has posted what it is. It will become the BIGGEST GROWTH AREA IMO in 2021 imo dyor
buywell3
29/8/2020
20:40
The flights to paradise. To many people going there this year
tomv33
28/6/2020
13:40
Flights to where and why are they cancelled ?
hotfinance14
26/6/2020
06:45
Wizzair has cancelled all my flights up to December.
f0rl0rn
19/6/2020
13:47
The company has done a brilliant job at ramping the share price. (The leasing companies have first call on the cash by the way). Stand by for a rights issue to shore up the balance sheet, which is nothing like as strong as the management pretends. .
wiseacre
22/5/2020
20:11
Leasing is an advantage in this climate wiseacre! A lot of competitors will be driven out of the market. It is a lcc better able to weather this storm than most Oil is very cheap and is one of the main costs plus there has to be leverage on landing and airports fees. The picture is not as cloudy as you like to paint it.
mach100
22/5/2020
14:17
The fact this company is valued at £2.5 billion is a nonsense. It has minimal assets; its planes are leased; they are flying all over the place practically empty; and the company must be haemorrhaging cash.
wiseacre
12/5/2020
04:24
Mine and Sheila's too..we're waiting for the drip to £8.60 Hope this helps
level 4
07/5/2020
08:19
On my watch list
azalea
06/5/2020
09:48
I see WIZZ is about to start flying to further destinantions soon.Fantastic news.
hotfinance14
03/5/2020
15:08
New username buddy ...
sbb1x
01/5/2020
06:24
Thanks for your help
ballymoss18
30/4/2020
18:18
Not prepared to risk putting my nob on the table at these stupendous levels..have placed buy orders in at £6.57, £5.20 £4.90 respectively.. Sheila told me last night. Hope this helps
sanks
25/4/2020
09:12
Gatwick has warned today demand for flights could take four years to recover from coronavirus impact. Interesting as it is I think the first public assessment we have had from a UK airport:
nw99
21/4/2020
08:27
Today's announcement that the company qualifies for Bank of England funded loans is shocking. Why should the British taxpayer pay for a Swiss based Hungarian airline?
wiseacre
15/4/2020
12:08
Wizz bang bust! Hasn't a prayer.
wiseacre
01/4/2020
15:39
my vote is with bo90 I can't see tourist international flights being allowed & then being busy for a solid number of months I think the MD & the non-exec were mistaken to buy shares time will tell ---- if the share price goes down thru the March low then one assumes it will fall a solid % until it finds support & pegs in a new support
smithie6
16/3/2020
10:03
no one will be flying for months so as hard as it is to accept, take what ever pride u have and save your wallet . future looks flat
bo90
12/3/2020
11:19
much further to go with this, i wouldn't dive in yet.
bo90
12/3/2020
07:55
I cancelled my order to buy at 3000. I think this will drop to 2800 at least today.
useless23
12/3/2020
07:16
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