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    11/06/1987

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  1. eu faço o paralelo com a região do litoral norte em SP Ubatuba tem um aeroporto (que inclusive na década de 80 recebia voo regular da rio sul) a região é mais desenvolvida no setor de número de hoteis, pousadas etc se comparado com o litoral norte gaúcho recebe turistas de uma região mais rica que o interior gaúcho (capital e interior de sp). a demanda de turistas de lugares como são josé do rio preto, barretos, ribeirão preto até mesmo campinas (que é mais proximo) para ubatuba é bem maior do que lugares como passo fundo ou santa maria para torres e mesmo assim até hoje nunca se cogitou voltar ter vôo regular para lá
  2. ações é renda varíavel. será que o sindicato ou os profissionais aceitariam? não existem garantia que as ações vão valorizar, podem até mesmo despencar ....
  3. Parece que a nova diretoria já mudou a idéia sobre WB Virgin Australia eyes resumption of widebody operations 21.09.2020 - 00:45 UTC Just months after retiring all of its widebody aircraft as a part of its voluntary administration proceedings, Virgin Australia (VA, Brisbane Int'l) is considering restarting long-haul flights using new B787-9s, the Executive Traveller has reported. Having completed the acquisition of Virgin Australia Holdings in early September, Bain Capital is reportedly on board with Chief Executive Paul Scurrah's plan to resume widebody operations to Tokyo Narita and Los Angeles Int'l as its first long-haul destinations. Scurrah said that while the airline had accepted that the recovery of the long-haul market would be very slow, it was confident that it would be able, in due course, to fill the aircraft on these two trunk routes. He added that Virgin Australia had already looked at renewing its widebody fleet with B787s before entering administration earlier this year. The lack of demand for new aircraft could permit the airline to secure the B787s on favourable terms. Prior to its COVID-induced judicial administration, Virgin Australia operated five B777-300(ER)s (of which it owned four) and six A330-200s (all dry-leased). It has since retired all of them (as well as all turboprop ATR72-500s and ATR72-600s) as a part of a reorganisation that will focus on short-haul narrowbody operations. According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, the airline's current fleet encompasses two B737-700s and seventy-four B737-800s (including 15 operated by Virgin Australia International). Virgin Australia also has firm orders for fifteen B737-8s and twenty-five B737-10s. In a separate development, Etihad Airways (EY, Abu Dhabi Int'l) confirmed to Executive Traveller that it is eager to continue its partnership with Virgin Australia, despite divesting from the airline during the reorganisation. Prior to the proceedings, Etihad held a 20.9% stake in Virgin Australia. "As a long-term partner of Virgin Australia we’re very pleased that a successful bidder has been confirmed, securing the future for Virgin Australia and its employees. Building on that foundation, we look forward to working with Virgin management and Bain Capital as we continue to pursue opportunities to create value for our joint customers," the Emirati airline said. The two carriers are looking to resuming full cross-airline loyalty benefits going forward.
  4. dúvido que Torres teria essa demanda para vôos para o interior do estado quem dirá de argentinos, se for pros hermanos terem que entrar num avião, com todo respeito à região norte do litoral, (moro em porto alegre) a escolha do destino não vai ser para Torres
  5. South African Airways needs State cash next week to survive 10.09.2020 - 20:19 UTC The fate of South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) hangs in the balance again with its administrators urgently needing short-term State funding for the business rescue process to succeed. Administrators Les Matuson and Siviwe Dongwana in a statement on September 10, 2020 "found it prudent to advise affected persons of the status of the company’s dire financial position". They warned that "the existing funds, which are available for operational expenditure...are near depletion and thus the availability of the requisite funding to the company during the course of next week will determine whether the business rescue proceedings can continue". The administrators need at least ZAR5 billion rand (USD300 million) in working capital, as well as to pay severance packages, and post-commencement creditors, before they can discharge the airline from business rescue. "In the ongoing engagements on this issue, Government has continued to express its commitment to making this funding available and have undertaken to do so during the course of next week," they said. Stakeholders would be advised on September 17, 2020, if the funds had been received, failing which another creditors' meeting would be convened on September 18, 2020, to consider the way forward. They confirmed the government so far had advanced about ZAR9.3 billion (USD557 million) of ZAR16.4 billion (USD900 million) to repay various lenders, as set out in the business rescue plan. They also confirmed that 33 of 40 aircraft leases had been terminated; and hoped to cancel the remaining aircraft leases by the end of September 2020, "failing which the company will have to institute legal proceedings to cancel onerous aircraft leases". South Africa's Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), in response, issued a statement saying a decision on the sources of funding would be announced soon. It said DPE and National Treasury, under the guidance of an inter-ministerial committee tasked with overseeing the restructuring of SAA, were working hard to finalise the process. DPE and the appointed transaction advisor, Rand Merchant Bank, were still assessing "unsolicited expressions of interest from private sector funders, equity investors and strategic partners". "A number of engagements have been undertaken with the potential partners, and the interest is encouraging that a suitable long-term investor will be found to enable the relaunch of the airline and its subsidiary businesses and divisions. The department remains confident that a solution will be found in time to avoid (the) liquidation of SAA," DPE said. SAA has been in business rescue since December. Creditors at the end of July approved a business rescue plan that requires the government to raise at least ZAR10 billion (USD598 million) over the next three years to implement it, in addition to its existing commitment to lenders. Given the economic climate, South Africa's Finance Ministry has refused to fund another bailout of the stricken state carrier. However, the government has committed to "mobilising" the necessary funds and is looking at "diversifying" SAA's investor base. It previously claimed to have received at least ten unsolicited expressions of interest and has reportedly engaged with Ethiopian Airlines (ET, Addis Ababa) about a pan-African partnership.
  6. também me parece fake news de wp mas, snme no chile já existe uma latam express, que era a antiga lan express o código iata é LU, callsign: LANEX então os cuetos tem experiencia com isso
  7. Cloroquina é muito bom mesmo, a puxa-saco nobre deputada Carla Zambeli, testou positivo para covid, usou cloroquina, divulgou nas redes socais que estava salva pela medicação, e no dia seguinte já testou negativo para covid um recorde!!!! mas não sei porque ela mesmo apagou as postagens posteriormente
  8. a quantidade de artigo contra a cloroquina é beeeem maior mas não vejo sentido ficar trazendo politica e medicina para o forum para puxar saco do "mito" vai lá no instagram contar seus relatos que acredito que o número de likes vai ser bem maior
  9. GOL comunica pagamento de dívida de US$300 mi Da Reuters 01 de setembro de 2020 às 11:13 A Gol comunicou nesta terça-feira (1º) que cumpriu na véspera suas obrigações de pagamento do 'Term Loan B' contratado em agosto de 2015, no valor de US$ 300 milhões, além de juros acumulados. De acordo com fato relevante da companhia aérea, o prazo médio da sua dívida de longo prazo após a amortização do Term Loan, excluindo arrendamentos de aeronaves e os bônus perpétuos, é de aproximadamente 4 anos. "Não temos vencimentos significativos de dívida até 2024", afirmou o diretor vice-presidente financeiro da Gol, Richard Lark. "Isso é um reflexo do compromisso da companhia para fortalecer seu balanço patrimonial nos últimos quatro anos." A empresa acrescentou que encerrou agosto com aproximadamente R$ 5,7 bilhões de liquidez total incluindo depósitos e ativos não onerados, com aproximadamente R$ 2,1 bilhões de liquidez em caixa e recebíveis após o pagamento integral do term loan. https://www.cnnbrasil.com.br/business/2020/09/01/gol-comunica-pagamento-de-divida-de-us300-mi
  10. exatamente foi o que coloquei opcoes de onibus e van e o trajeto não é cansativo por vôo vaer a pena tem que ter um diferencial e não fazer o que foi feito pela "canelinha"
  11. no aeroporto não tem só onibus como várias empresas que fazem o trajeto de van entre poa e a serra e o trajeto da viagem não é cansativo então para operar para Canela o voo realmente tem que ter um diferencial que vale a pena
  12. pra mim zero credibilidade todas essas pessoas que criticaram o vôo era um vôo claramente turístico, TODOS que estavam nele sabiam de antemão os riscos de viajar durante a pandemia e ainda mais sem necessidade só mi mi mi de gente querendo aparecer se estão com medo da pandema NUNCA deveria ter comprado um pacote turístico para a grécia
  13. American Airlines removes 737 MAX 8 Oct 2020 schedule By Jim Liu Posted31 August 2020 05:00 American Airlines during the week of 30AUG20’s schedule update removed Boeing 737 MAX 8 operational schedule for the month of October 2020. Preliminary schedule listing now shows the airline would resume 737 MAX service as early as 04NOV20, however this remain subject to regulatory approval. The following is preliminary operation for November and December 2020, further changes will be filed in the next few weeks. Miami – Boston eff 04NOV20 1 daily Miami – New York LaGuardia eff 04NOV20 5 daily Miami – Orlando eff 04NOV20 3 daily
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