Norwegian riapre LGW e aumenta le rotte

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I 300mila possono felicemente investire i loro risparmi in azioni di Norwegian, invece di chiedere che lo stato investa le risorse di tutti in una compagnia che, torno a dire, zoppicava gia' da prima del covid.
 

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Crisi Norwegian Air, negati nuovi aiuti di Stato



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No a un ulteriore aiuto finanziario da parte del governo norvegese per Norwegian Air, sempre più di fronte a un futuro incerto e in enorme difficoltà per la gestione degli operativi in questa delicata fase dell’emergenza Covid.

L’amministratore delegato, Jacob Schram, ha dichiarato in una nota ufficiale del vettore che la decisione presa dallo Stato novergese «è molto deludente, soprattutto pensando a chi sta cercando a tutti i costi di salvare l’azienda, anche a fronte di concorrenti che ricevono miliardi di finanziamenti dai rispettivi governi proprio per fronteggiare questo critico momento dovuto alla pandemia in corso».

Nonostante tutto, però, Schram ha confermato che «si farà tutto il possibile per superare questa crisi» e minimizzare l’impatto sui circa 2.300 dipendenti in Norvegia e le diverse migliaia di lavoratori negli altri Paesi.

Mi auguro che superi la crisi come le altre che sono in difficoltà, tra poco è il venerdi nero ma il 2020 e tutto nero.
 
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Amidst a cash-crunch situation, Norwegian Air Shuttle shares have been suspended from trading on the Oslo Stock Exchange.


The Oslo Stock Exchange announced that share trading for Norwegian Air Shuttles' shares were halted “in anticipation of an announcement from the company,” on November 18, 2020. The low-cost carrier was one of the worst-hit airlines amidst the current pandemic, as it entered the current crisis with an already fragile financial situation.


Its shares were placed under special observation in the exchange, indicating that the “pricing of the shares is particularly uncertain,” indicated the Oslo Stock Exchange. On November 17, 2020, Norwegian’s shares were traded at an all-time record low, closing at NOK0.49 ($0.054). Throughout November 18, the share price plummeted to its lowest point at NOK0.43 ($0.048).


Despite restructuring and state aid granted by Norway, the worsening crisis has not allowed the airline to resurface in a stable and healthy financial situation. Norwegian asked for more government aid, yet was denied by the lawmakers.


“The fact that our government has decided to refrain from providing Norwegian with further financial support is very disappointing and feels like a slap in the face for everybody at Norwegian who is fighting for the company when our competitors are receiving billions in funding from their respective governments,” stated Jacob Schram, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the company on November 9, 2020.


The very same day the airline furloughed 1,600 of its employees and parked 15 out of 21 aircraft that have been active throughout the past few months.


“The company currently estimates that it will need additional working capital during the first quarter of 2021 to meet its obligations in the upcoming twelve-month period,” read Norwegian’s Q3 2020 financial report, released on November 10, 2020. “Nevertheless, considering the uncertainties and recent developments described above, the directors have concluded that there are realistic alternatives for the company to continue in operational existence.”

 

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Norwegian is financially pressured like never before, and the government of Norway is refusing to provide more help to the airline. Now, less than ten days later AerCap is selling 156 million shares in the company.

AerCap has announced that they are working to sublet the aircraft Norwegian has leased. Now the leasing giant announces that they have also reduced their shareholding in the airline significantly in recent months.

Back in July 2020 the aircraft leasing company AerCap owned 487.9 million shares in the airline. Today AerCap owns 331 million shares in the airline, corresponding to nine percent of Norwegian's share capital.

In addition, Aercap has ownership in perpetual bonds that can be converted to 219.5 million shares.

Last week it was announced that the government would not provide further support to the Norwegian. The airline should allegedly have asked for four to five billion Norwegian kroner in support, but the request was denied.

When the government parties on Monday agreed on the latest crisis package, it became clear that the air passenger tax will lapse throughout 2021.

In addition, the amount set aside for the purchase of air routes will be increased to NOK 2 billion.

 

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Il titolo oggi ha perso il 15%.

 

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