Norwegian faces collapse

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Dancrane

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Ma sei serio?
C'è poco da ridere sul pubblicare una comunicazione che influisce pesantemente sulle vite di molte persone nonostante la suddetta dicitura.

Sono passate quasi 14 ore da quel post ed è ancora lì, bello in vista! Complimenti!
Prendi il lato positivo della cosa: avevamo la conferma della notizia e la abbiamo data, tra una nocciolina e l’altra. Comprendo possa essere fastidiosa la cosa, sonic, ma sei l’unico che lega lo smile al destino dei lavoratori in modo del tutto strumentale e fuori luogo rispetto al senso della battuta.
 

belumosi

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Hanno aumentato l'indebitamento di 1.3 MLD€ nell'ultimo anno. Credo non serva aggiungere altro.
 

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Il titolo può anche voler dire "Le facce della Norwegian crollano" (cioè le facce disegnate sulle loro code)... :D
 

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Londra.
Willie dimostra ancora interesse per Norwegian

'IAG won't get into bidding war for Norwegian Air' - Willie Walsh

IAG won't get into q bidding war for Scandinavian airline Norwegian, chief executive Willie Walsh has insisted this evening in Dublin.

IAG, which owns Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Level, acquired a 4.6pc stake in Norwegian last year and said it was interested in buying it outright.
Speaking at a dinner hosted by The Aviation Club UK, Mr Walsh said that he remains interested in Norwegian.
"I like Norwegian. I like the brand. I like what Bjorn (CEO Bjorn Kjos) had done," said Mr Walsh.
But he noted that Norwegian's share price has been declining and that there had been some rumour that another potential bidder could emerge.
"I'm not getting into a bidding war," said Mr Walsh, adding that he believed Norwegian's decision to populate its fleet with Boeing 787s was the wrong one.
Mr Walsh also said IAG "is not interested in third terminal at Dublin Airport".
Mr Walsh, a former Aer Lingus pilot and once the CEO of the airline, said BA should have done a deal to tie up with KLM years ago.
"Had KLM and BA got together it would have been a fantastic development," he said.
Mr Walsh said he's confident there will be a "comprehensive agreement" between the UK and the EU for post-Brexit aviation.
https://www.independent.ie/business...-for-norwegian-air-willie-walsh-37730903.html
 

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Comprato a 176 NOK e vendita a 180 o giu' di li (meno in 0.7% gia' venduto in precedenza); almeno spero che sia stato un gioco a somma zero, o con qualche piccolo guadagno!
 

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Risultati preliminari 2018 - EBITDA -2.2bn NOK (circa -226 milioni EUR). EBIT a quasi il doppio.

According to its preliminary 2018 figures, the Company delivered revenues of approximately NOK 40.3 billion, EBITDA of approximately NOK -2.2 billion, EBITDA excl other losses/gains of NOK –1.2 billion, EBIT of approximately NOK -3.8 billion and EBT of approximately NOK -2.5 billion in 2018. At the end of Q4 2018, the Company had cash and cash equivalents of NOK 1.9 billion and equity position of NOK 1.7 billion. Due to the rights issue, the Company will publish its Q4 2018 results on 7 February 2019 as set out below.

The Company is changing its strategic focus from growth to profitability. The Company intends to capitalize on the market position and scale built up over the last years. As a consequence of the changed focus, the capital expenditures will be reduced, which is expected to be achieved by a combination of (i) aircraft divestment, including JV, and (ii) postponement of aircraft deliveries. Further, the Company is working on several operational improvements, including (i) the extensive cost reduction program, #Focus2019, which will contribute to estimated reduction of minimum NOK 2 billion in 2019, (ii) optimization of the base structure and the route network and (iii) the agreement with Rolls-Royce related to compensation for the operational disruptions on its long-haul operations which was entered into in December 2018. The Company will update the market further on these initiatives on its Q4 2018 presentation. The fully underwritten rights issue in combination with these improvement initiatives will significantly improve the financial position of the Company during 2019.

“Norwegian has been through a period with significant growth. Focus going forward will increasingly be on cost savings and CAPEX reductions. We will now get in place a strengthened balance sheet that supports the further development of the company. With the strengthened balance sheet, the organization can now devote all its attention to further development of the company,” says CEO Bjørn Kjos.
https://media.uk.norwegian.com/pres...written-rights-issue-of-nok-3-billion-2829452
 
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