would be nice, its warm but not med warm :-) looking forward to seeing if a RNS gets issued on this run in, they may have one in the back poscket.
RE: for what its worth
Send them our best regards from FJET LSE, its old news from last year. BB is open 24 hours if they wish to post on here, we have one article from last year that says they have no issue. I doubt they will fair better than a few free words in some article to try to rally the SP buy on hope that it happens. More on the no hope side than the any hope side. knock Golfer if you want but has kept the faith here a long time, same as a good few of us have. The amount of articles coming through here cant expect to remember all of them, however we do research them.
RE: Changed my mind for now
Was a stroke of luck Golfy- managed to buy a chunk at 21p within 20 minutes of it absolutely crashing and before all the brokers crashed/stopped offering prices. Then once they started up again sold at 26p as it had a bit of a recovery bounce. Easiest money I've ever made but it feels pretty dirty knowing how so many people there got decimated on what seems like potentially dodgy grounds. As for Dor, I like the analogies there. Imo it is one of the most ramped shares I've ever seen. Short term I think it'll do well. Long term I am less sure. But with AIM the way it is these days lord knows what will happen. All the best.
for what its worth
I think this poster is just digging up old news now the fastjet story has changed. He has a serious personal/professional issue with fast jet. He may even work for Cambria.
Thanks redbike. So is a dispute for 3 aircraft still active or any chance of success? Golfie, certain people are out to screw fast jet and the sp. Get a bit more proactive for your followers. Anyone worked out
This from the report? http://article.wn.com/view/2014/02/27/270214_Results_for_the_full_year_ending_31_August_2013_FR_Ca/ LonZim Air (B.V.I.) Limited Through LonZim Air (BVI) Limited Cambria previously owned three aircraft. Over the years a number of disputes arose in relation to these aircraft and certain associated contracts. At this point, in summary, Cambria will pursue recovery of claims related to these disputes that are now estimated to be in excess of US$10 million. These amounts relate to, inter alia, maintenance reserve and lease charges and related contractual interest, payment of insurance proceeds, deterioration in market value of the aircraft, and the significantly lower amount the Company was able to obtain through a sale, due to the poor condition the aircraft were found to be in. LonZim Air incurred US$205 thousand in operating losses for the period under review, largely related to extra-ordinary legal expenses related to the above mentioned claims. Settlement with Lonrho On 19 July 2013 Cambria reached final settlement with Lonrho Plc with regards to all on-going disputes, other than claims related to three aircraft previously owned by Cambria and leased to subsidiaries of Lonrho. As a result of this settlement, Cambria received from Lonrho US$2.7 million. The settlement agreed related to, among others, the Aldeamento Turistico de Macuti, S.A.R.L loan, the Churchill Estates (1995) (Private) Limited loan, the Lonrho Management Services Agreement, and the Hotel Refurbishment and Management Agreement. - See more at: http://www.noodls.com/view/422627C845BB6A6A3C06E7A128362BD550305C0F?88xxx1393488274#sthash.vgh3OECU.dpuf
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