Skywest mulls return to ASX

State regional air carrier Skywest Airlines is reportedly considering re-listing on the Australian stock market, nearly three years after it was taken over by Singapore-based Advent Air.

Skywest is currently listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.

Chairman Jeff Chatfield is reported as saying in a UK publication the company is committed to AIM but is considering a dual-listing in Australia.


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Why would you consider investing in a company that has continued to go backwards for the past 3 years? In the chairman’s own words to his staff in January 2009 he states he cannot believe that there has been so many poor business decisions made in the past 2 years, resulting in \"Unviable/Unprofitable contracts\" which are all under contract for the next 3 years. Well done HD!! With the incompetence in the management team there they would never in a pink fit be able to meet the requirements of the ASX!! George

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