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#21 José Castro

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Posted 12 de January de 2018 - 17:39

Como é o CASK do A32 frente ao B77 ??
Será que se fato ele se torna vantajoso mesmo na hora que pesar todos os custos frente ao modelo mais antigo ?

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Posted 18 de January de 2018 - 13:37

Traffic results for the period of December 2017 are as follows:
 
- During the period of December 2017 passenger carried increased by 21.4%, to 5.5 million passengers from 4.5 million passengers for the same period of 2016.  Increase in number of passengers carried in domestic and international lines are 26.4% and 17.6%, respectively.
- Total L/F increased by 5.1 point to 79.7% while International L/F increased by 5.0 point.
- RPK increased by 16.3% to 11.2 billion during the period of December 2017 from 9.7 billion for the same period of 2016. Increase in RPK in domestic and international lines are 26.9% and 14.7%, respectively.
- International-to-international transfer passengers increased by 5.9%. 
- Cargo/Mail carried during the period of December 2017 increased by 18.4% to 102.429 tons from 86.476 tons in 2016. 
- During the period of December 2017, the regional developments:
- Increase in RPK in Domestic lines, Europe, Middle East, S.& C. America and Africa are 26.5%, 18.9%, 18.2%, 16% and 14.4%. 
- Increase in L/F in Middle East, North America and Africa 7.1 pt., 6.8 pt., and 5.6 pt. 
- Increase in passenger carried in Domestic lines, S.& C. America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Far East are 26%, 20.7%, 19.9%, 16.8%, 16.4% and 15.9% respectively. 
 
Traffic results for the period of January- December 2017 are as follows:
 
- During the period of January- December 2017 passengers carried increased by 9.3%, to 68.6 million passengers from 62.8 million passengers for the same period of 2016.  Increase in number of passengers carried in domestic and international lines are 10.4% and 8.4%, respectively.
- International-to-international transfer passengers increased by 3.5%. 
- L/F increased by 4.7 point to 79.1%. 
- ASK increased by 1.6% to 173.1 billion during the period of January- December 2017 from 170.4 billion for the same period of 2016. ASK in domestic lines increased by 7.8% while ASK in international lines increased by 0.7%. 
- RPK increased by 7.9% to 136.9 billion during the period of January- December 2017 from 126.9 billion for the same period of 2016. Increase in RPK in domestic and international lines are 10.3% and 7.5%, respectively. 
- Number of landings (passenger aircraft) of 464.247 for the period of January- December 2016 increased by 1.1% to 469.552 in 2017. 
- Cargo/Mail carried during the period of January- December 2017 increased by 25.5% to 1.122.697 tons from 894.304 tons in 2016. 
- By the end of December 2017, number of aircraft went down to 329 from 334 of December 2016. Number of wide body aircraft increased from 87 to 90, narrow body aircraft decreased from 234 to 223, and cargo aircraft went up to 16 from 13.
 
 


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Posted 06 de February de 2018 - 11:22

Transfer to Istanbul New Airport to take 48 hours

 

05/02/2018

 

The transfer from Atatürk Airport to Istanbul New Airport will be done in 48 hours on Oct. 30 and 31, immediately after the opening ceremony to be held on Oct. 29, according to a report in Turkish daily Akşam.

Accordingly, Istanbul New Airport, which will be the world's largest once complete, will be opened with a spectacular ceremony on Turkey's Republic Day with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım and state members in attendance. According to Akşam, the airport will not start operating immediately on Oct. 29. The official opening ceremony of the airport will be held on the said day and only the president and other VIP guests will fly to and from the airport.

As Oct. 29 is a Monday, airline companies, especially Turkish Airlines (THY), hoping to take advantage of the three-day holiday along with Saturday and Sunday, want to make the transition from Atatürk Airport to Istanbul New Airport on Oct. 30 and 31 instead of Oct. 29. The State Airports Authority (DHMİ) has reached an agreement with airline companies and ground services to prevent any delays in terms of transfers in addition to the opening ceremony. All the details of the transfer from Atatürk Airport to the new airport, which is expected to be completed in 48 hours, have been worked out. According to the plan, foreign airlines will not fly to Istanbul for two days, Oct. 30 and 31. Aiming to make the transition easier by temporarily reducing air traffic, this arrangement will be announced to foreign airline companies that fly to Istanbul.

The companies in question will cancel their flights to Istanbul and will not book tickets for Oct. 30-31. Only private airline companies, such as Onur Air and AtlasGlobal, that use Atatürk Airport as a main hub will fly for the first 12 hours.

Meanwhile, THY plans to not fly for at least the first 18 hours of the transition. THY, which will not sell tickets during this time, will schedule take offs from Atatürk Airport and landings at Istanbul New Airport. Vehicles on the ground will be transported to the new airport by road. At the end of the 48-hour transition, Istanbul New Airport will host 35 landings and 35 departures per hour. Atatürk Airport will allow flights with five landings and five departures per hour, including VIP and business flights. Some individual cargo planes will also continue to use Atatürk Airport for a while.

Atatürk Airport's transfer to the new airport has been cleared in general terms in Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer (ORAT) meetings. Starting at 1 a.m. on Oct. 30, there will be intense road and air traffic from Yeşilköy to the Black Sea side of Istanbul on European side.

 

https://www.dailysab...o-take-48-hours

 

Que doideira transferir tudo de uma vez, pensei que Ataturk iria continuar  operando.



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Posted 09 de March de 2018 - 17:54

Revisaram as encomendas.

 

Turkish confirms split widebody orders, changes mix

 
Mar 9, 2018
 
 
 

Turkish Airlines finalized MOUs it had for widebodies from Airbus and Boeing March 9, but changed the mix of aircraft, ordering more A350s and fewer 787s than in its original agreements.

CEO Bilal Eksi confirmed to ATW that the Turkish-flag carrier updated its MOU with Airbus to acquire 25 A350-900s, plus five options. The original MOU, signed in Paris in January, was for 20 A350-900s plus five options.

The A350s will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines.

Eksi also told ATW that the airline will now buy 25 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, with options on five more. Its original letter of intent with Boeing, signed in September 2017, was for 40 787-9s.

Airbus issued a press release confirming the A350 orders.

 

http://atwonline.com...ers-changes-mix