DP Aircraft I Ltd (DPAD)

London
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0.0000(0.00%)
  • Volume:
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  • Day's Range:
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DPAD Overview

Prev. Close
0.02
Day's Range
0.02-0.02
Revenue
47.29M
Open
0.02
52 wk Range
0.01-0.11
EPS
-0.74
Volume
0
Market Cap
4.19M
Dividend (Yield)
0.02
(337.50%)
Average Volume (3m)
138,276
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
1.26
1-Year Change
-77.78%
Shares Outstanding
209,333,333
Next Earnings Date
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DP Aircraft I Ltd Company Profile

DP Aircraft I Ltd Company Profile

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DP Aircraft I Limited is a Guernsey-based holding company. The Company's principal activity is to purchase, lease and then sell Boeing 787-8 Aircraft (the Assets). The Company makes its investment in aircraft through its subsidiaries, DP Aircraft Guernsey I Limited, DP Aircraft Guernsey II Limited, DP Aircraft Guernsey III Limited and DP Aircraft Guernsey IV Limited. The Company owns approximately two Boeing 787-8 aircrafts, manufacturer serial number (MSN) 35304 and MSN 35305, both on a long term lease with Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, as well as approximately two Boeing 787-8 aircrafts, MSN 35320 and MSN 36110, both on a long term lease with Thai Airways International PCL. The Boeing 787 is a twin-engine long-range aircraft and is a mid-size aircraft, which has the range of large passenger aircraft.

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  • Currently at 0.0277 down 26%0 are they going to the wall?
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    • they are going somewhere and it's not UP UP UP in a plane is it?
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  • This was one of my biggest positions because until Covid-19 came along, the income that plane leasing companies paid out was very secure. I could never believe that I would lose 99% of my Investment, because I always thought that the planes have value and can be sold on to recover Shareholders funds. However, it seems that the Management of this fund were extremely negligent and leveraged it up so that the banks have claims on the assets. I still think that at 4c per share there will be money left for the shareholders if the banks take possession of the planes and sell them on.
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    • Thanks for the heads up
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    • Harry, I hope that they recover, I've been there losing 99% and having a big position, I hope they recover for your sake, hopefully you hedged with other positions... RR and IAG are ripe for the picking and post covid.. In 2 years we won't remember C19.. Good luck Craig
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  • this has been a CATESROPHIC SHARE for over 12 months..SO WHAT'S HAPPENING NOW?
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    • Any news on this share.. Lifetime lows.. And further to go probably??
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      • ce nessuno?
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        • Any thoughts on this share?
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            • when to buy back in....
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