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  • There is another rumbling starting to circulate. It is being discussed that there are actually three companies exploring buying out ATSG. Two of the three already have involvement in the aircraft sector, one does not. Though I cannot confirm that something will surface soon concerning this conversation, it certainly wouldn't surprise me. I THINK I know who 2 of the 3 are with one, of course, being Amazon. One of the others sounds like GE. Take this as a rumor with realistic possibilities for now.

    Definitely makes me think that ATSG is going to be under somebody's wing within the next year.
  • Will we see and hold $20 today?
  • International exposure, positive earnings, solid growth & good management... Another rock solid quarter with a bright future on the horizon. Look fwd to CC this a.m. for more color on China & EU segments as well as PEMCO business.
  • Just ordered my clubs today, Callaway X2 Hot complete set.
  • what will A/H tomorrow bring .18
  • good idea to source your rumors not to share idle BigMac talk among the good ole boys of Wilmington
  • wonder if West Atlantic will be brought into the picture.. ATSG and DHL are solid.. lots of strange bedfellas....Amazon is reportedly partnering with the German-based DHL delivery service for its Prime Air transport operation in Kentucky as well as for Amazon Fresh food deliveries in Germany.

    The Lane Report says Amazon will begin processing shipments at DHL’s facility at Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport in May. The arrangement would give Amazon a head start on its $1.5 billion plan to use the airport as a major shipping hub for its Prime Air fleet.

    DHL would use the facility at night for its own operations, as usual, but let Amazon use it during the day, sources told The Lane Report.

    Amazon hasn’t issued any comment on the report, but DHL confirmed that “it has been contracted to provide a range of services to Amazon at the DHL Cincinnati Hub, including sorting operations and ground handling for the Amazon air network.”
  • Congrats to the longs. Take 5% of today's gains and spend it on yourself. Think I'll get that new set of clubs.
  • ATSG is far far far more diversified than 5 years ago.. when Eagle was whining about DHL over 50% of Biz.. blue collar types always have something to whine about.... can't see the forest for the trees. Now ATSG has DHL, Amazon, West Atlantic, Military, Canada, now China and the PEMCO biz. I am looking on the bright side... up well over 1,000% life is very good for me - on ATSG
  • missed by a penny May I goat for a moment :) :) cheers for us longs really long over 10 years •Air Transport Services (NASDAQ:ATSG): Q1 EPS of $0.17 beats by $0.05.

    •Revenue of $237.92M (+34.1% Y/Y) beats by $22.59M.

    •Shares +6.09%.
  • who would have thought 2-3-5 years ago of the affects of e-commerce on ATSG.. rather be lucky than good
  • ATSG is a stringed puppet to Amazon. To better understand the potential one must understand the plan of the biggest player:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/robinlewis/2016/04/01/planes-trains-trucks-and-ships/#4ada56a96d39

    Amazon just won a 1.5 Billion dollar judgment versus the IRS. More coin for capex if they desire.

    Amazon's Shipping Ambitions Are Larger Than It's Letting On
    While Amazon has downplayed reports of plane leasing and an ocean freight booking business as simple supplements to FedEx and UPS, during peak shopping seasons, internal documents have surfaced detailing an aggressive plan to disintermediate not only
    www.forbes.com
  • rather interesting who (ATSG) has 1/4 interest in air freight co in Sweden that currently leases 3 767s... maybe more in future with Amazon's expansion into EU
    Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is on its way to "Google" or "Kleenex" territory in the United States. That's to say, Amazon could become synonymous with online shopping. It already makes up 34% of all online commerce in the country, and analysts at Needham predict it will generate the majority of online sales by 2021.

    The biggest driving force behind Amazon's growing popularity in the U.S. is Prime, the two-day shipping subscription service that comes with a host of other perks. Consumer Intelligence Research Partners estimates Amazon has about 80 million Prime members in the U.S.

    Now, Amazon is making a big push for Prime in Europe by buying up about 1,300 small warehouses throughout the region. The new distribution points will serve to expand Prime Now, its one-hour delivery service for Prime members.

    Read more: https://www.fool.com/investing/2017/04/28/amazons-investing-heavily-in-europe.aspx#ixzz4fa0QGAXX

    Amazon's Investing Heavily in Europe -- The Motley Fool
    The e-commerce giant is looking to grow Prime subscriptions in Europe by buying 1,300 warehouses.
    www.fool.com
  • home run ... go atsg!
  • odds that ATSG fleet will double in next 3 years
  • Wall Street brokerages expect Air Transport Services Group Inc. (NASDAQ:ATSG) to report sales of $214.09 million for the current quarter, according to Zacks. Three analysts have made estimates for Air Transport Services Group’s earnings. The highest sales estimate is $222.53 million and the lowest is $207.55 million. Air Transport Services Group posted sales of $177.39 million during the same quarter last year, which would indicate a positive year over year growth rate of 20.7%. The company is expected to announce its next quarterly earnings results on Tuesday, May 9th.
  • real interesting true??? then think about all the support needed . pilots new production line would be required. what 100 -110 per cy...Rumors swirl about Amazon acquiring more freighters MARCH 17, 2017
    BY RANDY WOODS
    Have you heard the latest out of Amazon? In the last couple of days Air Cargo World and our sister publication Cargo Facts have received word from two separate sources that Amazon is in talks to acquire more freighter aircraft. You may want to sit down when you hear how many potential aircraft may be in play.

    None of the parties involved would comment on the rumors, and Cargo Facts was not yet able to verify them independently, but some have said that Amazon is negotiating with Boeing for the purchase of one hundred 767-300Fs. That, in itself, is big news, but that’ not the half of it — it may only be a quarter of it. Another rumor says Amazon is talking to Wall Street investors about financing for up to four hundred aircraft. Yes, that’s four hundred. Read more about the details below from David Harris, editor of Cargo Facts…
  • Interesting what do the prof paid analyst really know. Boeing in a recent release est 1,800 737 freighters will be needed in china over the next 10 years. Then Amazon has addressed the potential growth in their "Prime" in china. Big time opportunity for ATSG really big time growth. thoughts?
  • Melior est, quam primum demum risus risus. http://dataunion.tistory.com/1241

    [2016-MAY] Air Transport Services Group Inc. NASDAQ : ATSG Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
    dataunion.tistory.com
  • recent acquisition paying off :) PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO), the global leader in Boeing 737 passenger-to-freighter aircraft conversions, has announced an agreement with South Korea-based Air Incheon for the P-to-F conversion of one B737-400 aircraft (MSN 25857). Air Incheon, which is currently operating one PEMCO-converted B737-400 (MSN 25190), will take redelivery of its latest aircraft in Q3 2017.