Where is Air Partner stock traded?

Air Partner's ordinary shares are listed and traded on the London Stock Exchange main market (code: AIR). They are not registered for sale in the United States nor has a share prospectus been issued in any state of the European Union since the full London listing in 1995.

What is Air Partner’s fiscal year?

Air Partner’s year end is 31 January.

What is Air Partner’s recent share price performance?

The recent share price performance can be viewed here.

Where can I get a copy of the Annual Report?

A copy of the Annual Report is available here on the company’s website. 

How can I contact Air Partner’s Investor Relations?

You can email investors@airpartner.com 

How do I inform Air Partner of a change in address or other personal details?

If you are a registered shareholder (holding stock certificate), you should direct all communications regarding changes in registration or address, lost certificates, current holdings, or any other shareholder registration matters to the transfer agent: 

Link Asset Services
Shareholder enquiries
Telephone: 0371 664 0300
(Calls are charged at the standard geographic rate and will vary by provider. Calls outside the United Kingdom will be charged at the applicable international rate. Lines are open between 09:00 - 17:30, Monday to Friday excluding public holidays in England and Wales.)
E-mail: enquiries@linkgroup.co.uk

If you are a beneficial shareholder (shares are held in a brokerage account), you should direct all account inquiries to your stockbroker.

When did Air Partner go public?

1989: Air Partner flotation on the Unlisted Securities Market, the forerunner of AIM

1995: Full market listing on the London Stock Exchange.

What sector is Air Partner listed in? And what indices is it part of?

Air Partner is listed on the London Stock Exchange, in the FTSE sector Travel and Leisure, in the Airlines sub-sector.  

Who are the main shareholders?

The majority of Air Partner’s shares are held by UK institutional asset management firms on behalf of their clients. The company also has a number of private client shareholders. Details on our major shareholders can be found here.

Do you own aircraft?

No, Air Partner does not own any aircraft; we have an approved list of aircraft that we charter on behalf of our clients, ensuring that the best and most appropriate aircraft is used for any particular mission our clients are embarking on. Air Partner’s approved list is continually screened, assessed and benchmarked to ensure every aircraft meets all our stringent tests, as well as all third party requirements and independent assessments.

Where does Air Partner operate?

Air Partner has a presence in 16 locations, spanning Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.

What are Air Partner’s main divisions?

Air Partner has three divisions‎: Charter, comprising freight, group charter, private jets and specialist services; the Safety & Security division, comprising the aviation safety consultancy, Baines Simmons and Redline Assured Security; and Managed Services, including Air Partner CHS, Wildlife Hazard Management and Aircraft Registry Services.

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