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BBA Aviation plc (BBA.L)


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284.50-0.40 (-0.14%)
At close: 4:49PM GMT
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Previous close284.90
Open284.80
Bid0.00 x 286700
Ask290.00 x 227800
Day's range283.50 - 285.46
52-week range154.60 - 288.40
Volume1,122,842
Avg. volume1,950,641
Market cap2.93B
Beta0.90
PE ratio (TTM)-1,195.38
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.07 (2.12%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • American City Business Journals18 days ago

    Aviation companies merge U.S. operations, including at Boeing Field, to create new flight giant

    Two British business aviation companies have merged American operations, creating what they said is now the largest business aircraft management company in the U.S. Gama Aviation PLC (GMAA.L), a global business aviation service provider, merged its U.S. aircraft management and flight charter business with that of BBA Aviation PLC (BBA.L), to give the two companies a total of 290 business aircraft under management. BBA Aviation's Signature Flight Support affiliate operates a fixed base station at the King County International Airport-Boeing Field in Seattle.

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  • Reuters19 days ago

    UK's BBA Aviation to merge aircraft management business with Gama Aviation's US unit

    British aircraft services firm BBA Aviation Plc will merge its aircraft management and charter business with London-listed Gama Aviation Plc's U.S. aircraft management unit, the companies said on Tuesday. The combined entity will have around 200 aircraft under management, making it the largest aircraft management business in the United States, Gama Aviation said in a statement. The merger is expected to be earnings-neutral to Gama Aviation in 2017 and 2018, and earnings-accretive thereafter.