StockMarketWire.com - Global aviation services group Air Partner said profits would be more weighted to the second half owing to the timing of major contracts, but added that it remained 'confident' that its annual performance would meet current market expectations.

Profits were likely to be more weighted to the second half than in previous years, owing to the timing of major contracts, the company warned.

'The global charter business has consistently been, and will continue to be, a volatile industry. Against this backdrop, we manage the business for the long term, with a very clear strategy of alignment to the needs of our global customer base,' it added.

'While the operating environment remains challenging, impacted by increasing protectionism, Brexit and headwinds across the global aviation industry, the board remains confident that Air Partner will achieve current market expectations.'






At 10:11am: [LON:AIR] Air Partner Plc share price was -3.9p at 81.1p



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