At UK penny 3.45 a share, the GBX market value of the company is still £ 53 million.
The stock, which still cost close to 280 pence in 2007, paid 3.45 pence on Friday. By 2011, the stock had fallen below 14 pence, but then a sharp rise began, bringing the stock to 184 pence in early 2014. The stock has come down with mixed success. Over the year, the stock has fallen nearly 96 percent.
The company announced bankruptcy, which has left some 600,000 customers worldwide in trouble. Who has to change flight plans, who has to leave the wedding. Some tourists cannot fly home as planned due to the clutter.
Creditors are angry because they probably have to put loans in the stack. Shareholders have already gotten their hands on the stock market.