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Good to finally see them...they look different to the ones at Stanstead airport..and if i'm honest they look a bit more clunky and old fashioned....but who cares?
Still maintain it's not a material income stream...not least because the CEO and Chair are willing to go for a photo op in a place (granted it;s local) where they have placed 3.
off out to see how low this can go before the 23rd jump.
You may struggle to get in if the volume of hot air on here is anything to go by :-)
Our office in central london has announced that there will be temperature checks when we return to work......can't help but feel that nay sizable office will be doing the same....that's the market for me - forget the vending machines.
off out to wonder how good these temperature checks are...will i have to cool down after running in???
This report suggests possible screen testing before & after flights for THREE YEARS due to Covid-19
207 looks like a bigger packet than 307 to me
It's clearly an error (that's if it's not been faked-up). As someone points out further down the machine only supports contactless payments, for which the limit is less than £50.
I just cannot see it being £100 for 5 masks. It has to be a programming error surely. Stanstead would never allow that sort of price for the bad publicity it might bring to the airport.
It'll be cheaper to take a shirt out of your luggage or off your back to tie around your face.
Whoever it is, l can't see making good money. If that's what we see on train stations the word clanger springs to mind, and not thinking little critters on the moon.
AIMing I had them handed out free before but also had to get one from a vending machine, dispensed in a little hard plastic ball. Sheer robbery, but if you’re not organised enough to bring one with you then they can charge what they want.
FW: as an aside, i don;t see this ads being the major money spinner than you do. i think the covid money for WSG will be in fever scanners, uv sanitisers etc. we're not making the share price move on sales of paper face masks.....unless that is they can flog them for £100 a pack!
off out to enjoy month end
Gibbo: i haven't need one of those bags for an age..but they always used to be free...how can they charge £1???
i definitely read it as £99.95 for a pack...but i simply can't believe that they'd be priced like that. they could get away with £20 for one in an emergency...buy who needs 5 in an emergency?? (other than a very disorganised family of 5)
off out to stockpile masks...or, you know, holiday in the UK
FW - just watch the video , item 207 £99.95. I don’t think there is much doubt about it. Not surprising that they are that price when you consider that the airports fleece people £1 for a small clear polythene bag to put toiletries in.
I interpreted it that it was £20 for one pack. It could be interpreted either way. If only I lived close to these airports myself then I'd check.
FW aren’t the comments saying £99.95 for 5 masks? Ie £19.99 each, not £20 for 5.
i have just realised that I posted the video only and not the full link.
It is Stanstead Airport and not Heathrow but also if you view the comments the actual cost for the 5 pack of masks is actually £20. That is what we charge for a 5 pack of WG KN95 masks on our website. The comments also suggest that these were the exactly the same as the 250,000 masks that London Underground gave out when face masks first became compulsory on public transport
DEEPEST DRAFTED VESSEL TO ENTER GHANAIAN PORTS/WATERS
Once again, another superior feature of the MPS investment in the Tema Port Expansion has been put to successful use.
The new harbour basin is accessible through a 3,500 m long by 225 m wide Entrance Channel and into a turning basin/circle of 500m diameter. The Access Channel has been dredged to -18.7m, Turning Basin to -17.4m and -16.9m by the quay wall to accommodate around 16m draft vessels to dock alongside all berths.
The MSC BERYL broke all-time record for being the deepest drafted vessel to ever enter and sail away from Ports in Ghana. She arrived into the MPS Terminal 3 harbour basin at Tema Port with draft 15.95 m and sailed away with draft of 16.2 m.
The Length Overall of this Neo-Panamax is 366m and Breadth of 48m and she has a container capacity of 12,967 TEU with Gross Tonnage of 140,096t. She was stowed for us to deploy crane intensity of 5.1 where by the operations were completed in 13 hours 55 minutes. Despite the current seasonal tropical weather systems, the net vessel productivity was 102.5 moves per hour. With the exception of 5 TEUs, all the 3,520 TEUs that were discharged and loaded were full.
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EURO OPS Special Operations - a link in the chain of end-of-life aircraft management solutions.
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It's a rush, not in airport terminals, since they are still almost deserted, travelers have been rare in these times of confinement, but on the tarmacs, on which the Airlines are trying to find place to temporarily park their planes. And wait for the day when they can finally get back in the air ...
Certain companies have already taken the decision to anticipate the definitive exit of the fleet of some of their planes. Since the beginning of this unprecedented crisis, we have witnessed a resurgence of anticipated restitutions to their owners. For some models, notably the legendary Boeing 747 or A340 quadreactors no longer responding to new market data "post-COVID-19", this is the end of the journey. For others, more recent, more efficient but temporarily withdrawn from service following a fall in historic traffic, it is a forced stay on the ground that awaits them. These will be subject to regular maintenance, essential so that when the time comes, they can be quickly put back into service, if necessary, and transferred as soon as possible to a new operator.
The puzzle begins for the owners of these planes that are taken out of service almost overnight. The parking spaces on the tarmacs of major airports are overpriced. The latter are not intended to become industrial sites where we stock and then dismantle unarmed equipment, for want of a taker. Hunting at secondary airports capable of harboring these bulky flying objects during a pandemic is in full swing. Some airports, like Tarbes-Lourdes, Châteauroux or Teruel, respectively located in France and Spain, already host companies that have made a name for themselves in the storage and dismantling market, well before the pandemic.
As parking spaces at existing industrial airports are becoming scarce, new compatible sites must be found quickly. They must not only offer attractive financial conditions, but also be located in the least humid environment possible. Airplanes and their components show a long-term preference for airports with hot, dry weather year-round.
The security of these new sites must also be ensured. Some planes, withdrawn prematurely from service and potentially sooner or later able to be replaced with a new operator, sometimes display balance sheet values ??of several tens of millions of dollars per unit.
why is she speeding £99.95 on masks?
Steve: my brain added an h into your "sit"...i was quite confused until a second reading cleared it up!
off out to sit in the kitchen
My thoughts too Foxhilp/ Mos ... I’d hope to see an RNS around which the IR web will
Be based incl half year figures
Off out to sit in the drizzle :)
First sign of face mask vending machines at Heathrow Airport courtesy of social media and they are not Maskeys. Hopefully the pricing can be sorted. I cannot see Westminster mentioned but they are certainly non descrip enough to be Westminster.
It is this project that I would like a webinar update on and especially if air bridges come into effect and allow people to have summer holidays.
Added few below 10p...not for the first time ...once the overhang of placing shares will be cleared (surely not too many left now...)I am fully expecting to see a decent rise to at least mid teens with news,or with anticipation only...IMHO.
HB - yes they should have H1 numbers by then, but the interim announcement isn’t scheduled until around 10 August, so not quite sure how much detail of H1 numbers can or will be provided on 23rd if they aren’t announcing for another 2 - 3 weeks afterwards.
We'll have the H1 figures by the time of the webinar....that will tell us everything we need to know about the covid sales (and non covid sales as they said these are high as well). In turn we'll know if Hamish is the real deal or if he's all talk.
If we're going to be appointed by Menzies then that should certainly be done as well by the time of the webinar otherwise we're missing the boat as they should be rolling this out now.
I'd like to get confirmation that Lungi contract got rolled over last year...don't know why they didn't RNS that. Also, hopefully get some visability on Tema income.