On the wires: Worldwide Flight Services – Awaiting good news, it’s looking bad

May 28, 2020 Alessandro Pasetti

In our usual quarterly review of Worldwide Flight Services’ performance we’ll highlight the main critical issues for a business that has structurally too much debt, but remains essential for the smooth running of the supply chain. Its Q1 ’20 numbers released yesterday proved that unless economic activity around the world speeds up in the second half of the year, WFS will be in serious trouble.
Its Q1 ’20 financials aren’t pretty, ...

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