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  • Re: oil price benefit by valuemanbuyer
    Sun, 12 Apr 2015 12:23:00 GMT

    Tejo
    Having spoken to their broker before Xmas he thought that all summer would have been hedged 12 months ago and maybe even the full year. I suspect we will see some benefit but don't know how much. Either way it's coming . By valuemanbuyer
  • castleford by senn1965
    Sun, 12 Apr 2015 11:35:00 GMT

    Do you work on the aircraft maintenence?? my last post on the subject, some have better knowledge, but good luck here ATB. By senn1965
  • oil price benefit by tejo
    Thu, 09 Apr 2015 09:32:00 GMT

    I doubt if this year's results will see any benefit from oil price fall since, in probability they would have hedged their requirements as Flybe and others have done. Should certainly help for the future but main benefit may come from increase in travellers as people have more money to spend on holidays. By tejo
  • Re: boom goes FOUR QUID by CASTLEFORD TIGER
    Thu, 09 Apr 2015 07:46:00 GMT

    I would agree but we have last years results to get away first!

    They have the full 17 million impact for comp ( which I expect may be less ).
    Lots of rumours doing the rounds re new aircraft coming.

    Cash position must be very strong.
    Looking at price of flights this summer they don't seem to have come down!

    I mentioned 5.00 so time ago on ADVFN and like you its certainly on the cards.

    best Tiger By CASTLEFORD TIGER
  • Re: boom goes FOUR QUID by Guitaman
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 19:16:00 GMT

    Could be near £5 after half year results in November show greater impact of oil price fall

    G By Guitaman
  • boom goes FOUR QUID by CASTLEFORD TIGER
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 15:55:00 GMT

    Can easily run on to 500p.

    lots of stories doing the rounds we have bought a fair few new aircraft.

    Broker upgrades will soon start

    tiger By CASTLEFORD TIGER
  • Re: Would never fly with this lot!!! by CASTLEFORD TIGER
    Mon, 30 Mar 2015 07:09:00 GMT

    Happy to join them as a Non -Ex if you have a word with PM !!

    TIGER By CASTLEFORD TIGER
  • Re: Would never fly with this lot!!! by rosetinted
    Sun, 29 Mar 2015 10:24:00 GMT

    Hi CT

    I always read you posts and your passion and commitment to DTG knows no bounds.
    I sometimes wish that you worked for DTG as I believe you would actually be a force for good By rosetinted
  • Re: Not just an airline by valuemanbuyer
    Wed, 25 Mar 2015 07:50:00 GMT

    I doubt it . Knowing the deals with supermarkets -there will be open book costings and fuel savings will most likely be passed straight on . By valuemanbuyer
  • Not just an airline by KEEPING CALM MIKE
    Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:09:00 GMT

    Dont forget the Fowler Welch food chain division should benefit from the reduction in fuel prices too !!!.. By KEEPING CALM MIKE
  • Re: Would never fly with this lot!!! by Guitaman
    Mon, 23 Mar 2015 14:54:00 GMT

    And adding to CT's comments if you had invested in Dart in 2010 like I did you would now be looking at a 600% return. After all making money is what this is all about

    G By Guitaman
  • Re: Would never fly with this lot!!! by CASTLEFORD TIGER
    Mon, 23 Mar 2015 10:39:00 GMT

    senn 1965

    The company has replaced the 737 /200 with the newer 800 series. half the 737 fleet has been changed to date.
    the simple fact is that jet2 do not flog the planes 23/24 hours a day so well maintained they can continue to fly.
    BA has older 747 in its fleet by the way.
    So that's point no1 sorted.

    Are you part of the "compo culture"?
    I paid 80.00 return to Geneva last week. I arrived 10 mins early out and 15 mins early back.
    Day after I paid 200.00 for an open return to London on a train. Way back I didn't have a seat!
    First class by the way is close to 380.00.
    Will the train company pay me?

    Things do go wrong with aircraft and I have had delays with them all.
    Swiss bumped me and my young family off a MAN - ZRH flight as it was overbooked. I booked our seats 10 months earlier.
    MON let me arrive at MAN for a 7.30 am flight to FARO but we left at 10.30 PM.
    They were useless by the way and I insisted on being freed from the airport.
    Jet 2 have delayed me but did offer /hotels/food and they had people there.

    So it does happen.

    I think JET 2 do a great job and so do 7 plus million who use them.
    Maybe you should invest elsewhere.

    Tiger By CASTLEFORD TIGER
  • Would never fly with this lot!!! by senn1965
    Sat, 21 Mar 2015 12:51:00 GMT

    Lot of the aircraft need replacing soon, doddgy customer service = NOOOOO!!

    And they think they can crawl out of paying compo W-TF!!!! dog shyitttt this lot!! all in my opinion of course.


    link

    Dear dear!!!



    By senn1965
  • Re: The main reason results were .... by KEEPING CALM MIKE
    Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:24:00 GMT

    Looks like your on the way there too, yesterday interday high was £3.68 !!!
    By KEEPING CALM MIKE
  • update by tejo
    Fri, 13 Mar 2015 15:56:00 GMT

    If they can achieve this without the benefit of the lower fuel prices(assuming that they are hedged) then the future is bright indeedimho By tejo
  • Two articles by Libero
    Mon, 23 Mar 2015 12:14:08 GMT

    analysing Dart

    link

    link

    The former strongly suggests DTG should do very well this summer / this year and thus I'm sticking it on the watchlist to see if I can get in after this sell-off period following the massive share price spike!
  • qpp by TrickyEFC
    Sat, 14 Mar 2015 13:20:54 GMT

    Yes I put some of my gains into that and came out a loser. However hopefully wrn may make up the qpp loss. Seems a good little company DTG. Nice nubmer of shares in issue and a strong customer base. Also a quiet bb which is a nice change.
  • RE: dtg by Sandyshore
    Sat, 14 Mar 2015 09:31:54 GMT

    Yes, and unexpected. Ive sat with these for a year now. Had promised myself to sell at £3 after big dip in the summer, but just sitting now with a stop loss at £3.40. may go someway to sweetening my losses on IGAS, QPP and SULA!!
  • dtg by TrickyEFC
    Fri, 13 Mar 2015 15:09:07 GMT

    Nice rise. Not invested but have been before and did me well. Well done holders.
  • forward contracts?? by cm45
    Wed, 10 Dec 2014 14:12:28 GMT

    Recently sold all my DTG to bank profits and have not seen them named alongside Easyjet as beneficiaries of the oil price crash. Cant see any mention of whether DTG have bought oil forward but if not they should surely benefit hugely from cheap oil. Anyone know anything about this?
  • daily mail today by mikeep
    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 09:11:57 GMT

    I see the DM are doing their best to screw all the airlines with this over priced ruling. Compensation culture on this scale will be the death of cheap flights. And we can go back to the '80s and expensive shorthaul.... "Has your flight been delayed in the past six years? Here's how to claim compensation ... which could be as much as £480"
  • Tipped by Paul Scott by Libero
    Thu, 20 Nov 2014 14:09:36 GMT

    and is reminding me of GTC right now - a good company whose profit warning was more of a blip that has opened up a potential buying opportunity.
  • Positive by mikeep
    Wed, 29 Oct 2014 15:17:53 GMT

    Very positive again today on decent volume again. Anything brewing?
  • RE: UPDATE by wearydoc
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 16:10:51 GMT

    Yep, well happy with share performance. Has decisively broken above 10 and 30 wk moving averages, with potential valuation of £4.53 using DCF method and £3.52 using Graham formula. 2/3 brokers = strong buy (the other is a hold) and the Blackpool airport closure seems to have gone past without any hiccups, might even produce some economies for the company. Very happy with my holding and the latest update. :)
  • UPDATE by mikeep
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 06:39:25 GMT

    Excellent update. As usual DTG never over do it. No mention of reduction in fuel costs which must help all parts of the business. Hopefully no exchange cover ups like last year and these have all been flushed out. What is the profit figure expected to be exceded ?
  • Blackpool airport by Tomohawk
    Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:29:58 GMT

    Blackpool airport is to close on 15th October if a buyer cannot be found. Jet2 operated to 11 destinations and whenever I used it the planes were pretty full. Also the fares from here were higher compared to say Manchester playing on the convenience and handiness of Blackpool and the fact it's £90 return in a taxi to Manchester. With this airport gone customers loyalty to Jet2 will vanish.
  • Encouraging news by wearydoc
    Sun, 28 Sep 2014 18:18:37 GMT

    Some news from TTG Digital about Dart S Heapy, CE. "the tail end of summer is looking slightly more encouraging and winter 2014 is pretty much where we expect to be, and summer 2015 within expectations", “Hopefully we’ve been through the worst and the market will recover.” The same problems have been encountered by other operators, with talk of overcapacity running though the industry. However, this threat subsided as the summer went on - enough for the group chairman, Philip Meeson, to talk of “uplift” in the market in September.
  • big trade by mikeep
    Wed, 16 Jul 2014 11:52:59 GMT

    550k shares for 1.05m today and a slight rise in SP. Good to see a gradual increase since 180p on release of year end results. Still not sure how the hedging/exchange rate issue will affect future profits and am still baffled by the accounts and lack of transparency on this from last year. Hopefully business on all fronts is continuing to grow.
  • One profit warning may/often by jollyspeculator
    Thu, 26 Jun 2014 21:59:23 GMT

    [....]...fill in the cliche "Outlook Taking people on holiday, whether through the sale of a flight or a full holiday package, and the distribution of produce and prepared foods sold by supermarkets, are much-needed, high-potential businesses. Our scale, experience and competitiveness in each sector gives us optimism in our outlook for the long-term growth of the Group. In relation to the current financial year, we are finding demand for leisure travel, this summer, to the markets we serve, less buoyant than we would have hoped for and market pricing weak. This may be due to the weather, the World Cup, or because the financial recovery hasn't yet taken hold in our home territory, the North of the UK. Unfortunately, therefore, in view of the current visibility we have of our remaining summer 2014 forward bookings, we now expect the current year operating profit outturn to be lower than previous market expectations."
  • Tough to value by jollyspeculator
    Thu, 26 Jun 2014 21:57:42 GMT

    cos of all the hedges...so total net assets fell (and comprehensive income was negative) ...the op profit is not gauge of value creation here imv...with plenty going on elsewhere (hedges and leases in particular)