|Bid||727.20 x N/A|
|Ask||727.60 x N/A|
|Day's Range||724.60 - 742.00|
|52 Week Range||686.60 - 1,755.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.64 (7.44%)|
|1y Target Est||15.65|
Travel group Thomas Cook says it's willing to sell its profitable airline business to raise cash and fund its fight back from a torrid 2018. And, as David Pollard reports, tour operator TUI AG has slashed its earnings guidance after last summer’s hot weather put holiday makers off booking trips. The news led to a surge in the share price for one - but a dramatic sell-off for the other.
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While it might not be having the easiest time in its core European markets at the moment, TUI has still got its eyes on global expansion. The travel giant flagged Wednesday the possibility of entering new markets in 2017 and the plans are still on track. To execute its strategy, TUI will behave differently. In […]The post TUI Plans to Take On Local Online Booking Players With $1 Billion Revenue Goal appeared first on Skift.
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Slowly but surely European travel giant TUI Group has shifted from a tour operating model to an integrated tourism company. What this means in practice is that instead of simply sourcing and selling vacation packages, it now owns more of the entire travel experience: shops, online, airlines, tours, transfers, activities, hotels, and cruise ships. The […] The post Why TUI Favors an Asset-Heavy Approach appeared first on Skift.
TUI remains committed to its Boeing 737 MAX orders despite two fatal crashes that have led to the grounding of the plane worldwide and caused the Anglo-German tour operator to issue a profit warning on Friday. TUI said its profit would fall by at least 200 million euros (172.16 million pounds) this year due to the cost of substituting planes, loss of business and lower fuel efficiency - further evidence of the financial impact of the two deadly accidents after warnings from North American airlines. Global airlines and travel groups have had to make contingency plans after 737 MAX planes were taken out of service following an Ethiopian Airlines disaster on March 10 that killed 157 people, five months after a Lion Air crash in Indonesia that killed 189.
Tui was expecting to take delivery of another eight 737 Max aircraft by the end of May. But with doubts growing about the jet’s safety, none of these planes will be flying anywhere for the time being. On Friday, Tui clarified the expense of grounding all of these jets (which account for about 10 percent of its fleet). Expenses related to securing alternative aircraft and extra fuel could reach 300 million euros ($337 million), Tui said.
BERLIN (AP) — European travel operator TUI Group warned Friday that its profits this year could be a quarter lower than anticipated as a result of the grounding of Boeing 737 Max jets.
Lastminute.com Group is looking to take market share away from tour operators across Europe as it puts more effort into growing its package vacation business. In 2018, non-flight products, which includes vacations hotels and cruises, generated more revenue than flight-only sales for the first time in the company’s history. Dynamic packaging — where travelers combine […] The post Lastminute.com Goes After TUI With Vacation Push appeared first on Skift.
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TUI Group has agreed to sell its French scheduled carrier Corsair to a German airline investor for an undisclosed sum. The German tourism giant has been looking to offload the airline for years as it doesn’t fit with the rest of the company’s business. Intro Aviation is buying a 53 per cent stake, TUI will […] The post TUI Group Sells Its Only Non-Charter Airline appeared first on Skift.
Ctrip’s two new partnerships, one with TUI Group’s Musement and the other with Rezdy, announced Monday, underscore the Chinese online travel giant’s strategy to strengthen its fast growing international business. This business includes Chinese overseas travel and its global brands outside China, Skyscanner and Trip.com. It accounts for a third of the group’s net revenue […] The post How TUI and Rezdy Fit Into Ctrip’s Growth Strategy Outside China appeared first on Skift.
European travel company TUI Group has spent the last few years moving away from its tour operator past and, looking at its latest set of financial results, it’s easy to see why. The company flagged the problems in a profit warning last week, having previously appeared immune to the industrywide challenges faced by its smaller rival […] The post TUI Group Turns Toward Online Bookings as It Revamps Its Business appeared first on Skift.
The FTSE 100 ended down 1.1 percent, well away from the more than three-month high it hit earlier in the session, while the FTSE 250 slid 1.4 percent. Both indexes suffered their worst day since December, but still fared better than European bourses and Wall Street, which was hit by a report U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese premier Xi Jinping were unlikely to meet before a March 1 deadline that could see Washington impose more tariffs on Chinese goods.
Late on Wednesday, TUI AG, which until now has defied the downturn in the region’s travel market, cautioned on earnings. Then Thomas Cook Group Plc, which delivered a nasty profit warning in November, said it was “reviewing” its airline business.
Tour operator TUI AG slashed its earnings guidance for its fiscal full year as last summer's hot weather put holiday makers off booking trips and as the weak pound weighed on the purchasing power of its British customers. TUI late on Wednesday said it now expected underlying earnings before interest, taxes and amortisation (EBITA) for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 to be broadly flat from the 1.177 billion euros (£1.030 billion) it made in the 2018 fiscal year. The company added it could no longer uphold its previous guidance for at least 10 percent annual growth in underlying EBITA at constant currencies during the three years to fiscal year 2020.