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Stobart Group Signs Agreement At London Southend Airport
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Stobart Group Limited is engaged in infrastructure and support services businesses in the energy, aviation, and rail and civil engineering sectors. The Stobart Aviation division specializes in the operation of aviation-related businesses. The Stobart Aviation includes London Southend Airport, Stobart Jet Centre, Carlisle Lake District Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport. Stobart Aviation Services provides ground handling and check-in services for airlines. The Stobart Energy division is the supplier of biomass fuel and it delivers a full waste management solution to energy recovery facilities across the United Kingdom. Stobart Rail and Civils is a provider of rail and non-rail civil engineering projects. Stobart Rail and Civils division provides design, construction, maintenance and enhancement projects for both the rail and non-rail sectors and it also manages specialist industrial and commercial schemes.
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British airport operator Stobart Group Ltd will name David Shearer, who is now chairman of equipment rental group Speedy Hire Plc, as its new chairman, Sky News reported on Saturday.
The former chief executive officer of Stobart Group Ltd <STOB.L>, Andrew Tinkler, bought a stake of a little over 12 percent in British airline Flybe Group Ltd <FLYB.L>, according to a filing on Monday.
The former chief executive officer of Stobart Group Ltd. <STOB.L>, Andrew Tinkler, bought about 10 percent of British airline Flybe Group Ltd <FLYB.L> on Friday, Sky News reported.
Andrew Tinkler, the former chief executive officer of Stobart Group Ltd, has acquired a stake of about 10 percent in British regional carrier Flybe Group Ltd, Sky news reported on Friday.
Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic has teamed up with Stobart Group <STOB.L> and Cyrus Capital to buy Flybe <FLYB.L> for £2.2 million, aiming to rebrand the struggling British regional carrier and use it to feed customers to its long-haul flights.
A consortium of Virgin Atlantic Ltd, Stobart Group Ltd and Cyrus Capital Partners agreed to buy British regional airline Flybe Group Plc, Stobart said on Friday, for 2.2 million pounds ($2.81 million).
Stobart Group finance chief Richard Laycock has decided to step down, the infrastructure and support services firm said on Friday, the latest in a series of changes in company leadership.
Stobart <STOB.L> investor Neil Woodford on Monday said Chairman Iain Ferguson should resign and reiterated his preference that English businessman Philip Day be elected to the board.
Britain's Stobart Group <STOB.L> has scrapped plans to buy Flybe Group <FLYB.L>, it said on Thursday, adding the UK-based regional airline had rejected a bid and it had decided against making a higher offer.
British infrastructure and support services firm Stobart Group <STOB.L> is considering bidding as part of a consortium to acquire struggling regional carrier Flybe <FLYB.L>.
British haulier Stobart is in talks with UK regional airline Flybe about a potential deal between the two companies, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Britain's Stobart Group Ltd <STOB.L> named Warwick Brady as deputy chief executive officer, bringing on the former chief operating officer at European airline easyJet Plc <EZJ.L> to help it grow its aviation business.
Stobart is buying the 33 percent it does already own in the firm that leases planes to its Stobart Air subsidiary from Aer Lingus for 14.7 million euros ($15.6 million), the British freight company said on Friday.
* Parties are currently negotiating contracts and transaction is expected to complete during 2016
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