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  1. Interessante que esse Polish Aviation Group é controlado pelo governo polonês. Quero ver o que a Comissão Europeia vai falar sobre isso.
  2. A IB também não tem concorrência na rota MADGIG. Ao contrario de GRU que conta com 4 operadores na rota: LA, IB, UX e CA. Isso permite à IB a ser bem menos flexível no GIG que em GRU.
  3. Os A332 da AV já estão meio cansados. Os 320N estão com o interior bacana até. O que peca é a C. Mas parece que o 330 permanece em um dos voos para GRU. No segundo semestre, aparentemente, a oferta da AV vai se estabilizar com: BOG-GRU AV184 - GRU 01:45 - 06:00 BOG - 320 - DIARIO AV185 - BOG 15:15 - 23:35 GRU - 320 - DIARIO AV086 - GRU 07:10 - 11:10 BOG - 330 - DIARIO AV085 - BOG 21:10 - 05:15 GRU - 330 - DIARIO AV248 - GRU 17:05 - 21:20 BOG - 320 - DIARIO AV249 - BOG 06:25 - 14:45 GRU - 320 - DIARIO BOG-GIG AV226 - GIG 00:30 - 05:10 BOG - 319 - xDomSeg AV225 - BOG 14:50 - 23:05 GIG - 319 - xSabDom AV260 - GIG 06:30 - 11:10 BOG - 320 - DIARIO AV261 - BOG 21:10 - 05:25 GIG - 320 - DIARIO LIM- GRU AV916 - GRU 06:05 - 13:50 LIM - 320 - DIARIO AV917 - LIM 21:40 - 04:35 GRU - 320 - DIARIO LIM-GIG AV920 - GIG 05:50 - 09:15 LIM - 319 - DIARIO AV921 - LIM 21:30 - 04:40 GIG - 319 - DIARIO BOG-POA AVXXX - DIARIO Totalizando: GRU - 28 frequencias GIG - 19 frequencias POA - 7 frequencias
  4. Ela colocou todos os seus A340 (7 -300s e 9 -600s) a venda mas não é fácil mover esses aviões.
  5. Não é questão de aceitar a explicação ou não. De maneira simples quanto mais vazio o voo mais baratos são os bilhetes seja ele ocupado com pax O&D ou não. Se os voos do GIG estão tão caros assim (não verifiquei) e os de GRU não quer dizer que existe uma pressão de demanda via GIG, seja O&D ou conexões, que ocasiona em aumento de tarifas. É o yield management. Simples assim.
  6. As a consequence of Aigle Azur’s bankruptcy and the loss of the historical precedence of slots previously held by some airlines operating at Orly airport, a « pool » of 12335 slots was made available for reallocation at Paris-Orly airport. The French authorities decided to apply the provisions of Article 4 of January 28th, 2002 Decree on the use and reservation of some slots at Orly airport and to preempt the maximum of 20% of the pool for Public Service Obligations routes, thus reducing the size of the pool available for reallocation by the coordinator to 9868 slots. COHOR, appointed as Paris-Orly airport coordinator by the French Minister of Transport Order of August 27th, 1996 as modified and in accordance with the amended EU Regulation 95/93 of January 18th, 1993 on common rules for the allocation of slots at Community airports (Slot Regulation), distributed the entire pool on an annual basis considering the requests on waiting list for the Summer 2020 scheduling period (S20). The requests submitted by all airlines at Orly airport for the summer season only represent 232658 slots, i.e. almost the annual volume at which the airport is limited. The Slot Regulation as amended in July 2004 stipulates that carriers must clearly request the new entrant status and that half of the pool must be allocated between carriers’ requests with new entrant status. According to Article 10.6 « Among requests from new entrants, preference shall be given to air carriers qualifying for new entrant status under both Article 2 b) i) and ii) », meaning approximately and in a simplified manner, carriers with less than 5 slots per day at the airport AND intending to operate intra-Community flights on a route operated by less than 3 carriers. The carriers having claimed the new entrant status and fulfilling the requirements of Article 2b) i) of the Slot Regulation (carriers with less than 5 slots per day at the airport) are: Air Caraïbes Atlantique (3 weekly flights to Cayenne-Rochambeau, 1 daily flight to New York – Newark, 1 daily flight to Sao Paolo – Viracopos, 3 weekly flights to St-Maarten / Princess Juliana), Air Nostrum (2 daily flights to Madrid – Barajas), ASL Airlines France (2 daily flights to Alger, 1 daily flight to Bejaia, Belgrade, Djerba, Oran, Oujda, Tunis), Azul Brazilian Airlines (5 weekly flights to Sao Paolo – Viracopos), La Compagnie-Dreamjet (4 weekly flights to New York – Newark), EasyJet Airline (1 daily flight to London – Gatwick), Hop! (1 daily flight to Florence), Ryanair (2 daily flights to Dublin), Siberia Airlines ( 1 daily flight to Moscow – Domodedovo), Tassili Airlines (1 daily flight to Alger), Transavia Airlines C.V. (4 weekly flights to Beirut, Funchal, 2 weekly flights to Lanzarote, Manchester), Ukraine International Airlines (1 daily flight to Kiev Boryspil), Volotea (2 daily flights to Alger, Oran, 1 daily flight to Bejaia, Constantine, Setif, Tlemcen), Wizz Air (1 daily flight to Bucarest, Vienne). The carriers having claimed the new entrant status and fulfilling the requirements of Article 2b) ii) of the Slot Regulation (intra-Community flights with less than 3 carriers on routes) are: Chalair Aviation (5 weekly flights to La Rochelle – Laleu), EasyJet Switzerland (1 daily flight to Hanover), Vueling (1 daily flight to Bergamo – Orio al Serio, Santiago de Compostela, Turin, 5 weekly flights to Bologna, 4 weekly flights to Göteborg-Landvetter, Pisa, Warsaw – Chopin, Zagreb, 3 weekly flights to Jerez de la Frontera, 6 weekly flights to Munich – FJ Strauss). The carriers having claimed the new entrant status and fulfilling both the requirements of Article 2b) i) and those of Article 2b) ii) of the Slot Regulation (first regulation priority among applications with new entrant status) are: Anisec Luftfahrt GmbH (13 weekly flights to Vienna), Easyjet Airline (1 daily flight to Glasgow), Hop! (2 daily flights to Frankfurt and 2 daily flights to Munich – FJ Strauss), Lufthansa (2 daily flights to Munich – FJ Strauss), Transavia Airlines C.V. (2 weekly flights to Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, 1 weekly flight to Gran Canaria, 3 weekly flights to Krakow, Santiago de Compostela), Wizz Air (1 daily flight to Budapest, Sofia, Warsaw – Chopin). The airlines that have benefited from the slot pool allocation are (please click on “Attached Document” for further details): As new entrant (5110 slots) : Lufthansa (1460) : 2 daily flights to Munich [article 2b i) and ii) of the Slot Regulation] HOP! (1460) : 2 daily flights to Frankfurt [article 2b i) and ii) of the Slot Regulation] Wizz Air (1460) : 1 daily flight to Budapest and 1 daily flight to Sofia [article 2b i) and ii) of the Slot Regulation] Easyjet Airline (730) : 1 daily flight to Glasgow [article 2b i) and ii) of the Slot Regulation] As incumbents (4758 slots) : Air Caraïbes International : 1460 slots (equivalent to 2 daily flights) Corsair International : 1460 slots (equivalent to 2 daily flights) Transavia France : 1460 slots (equivalent to 2 daily flights) La Compagnie-Dreamjet : 312 slots (equivalent to 3 weekly flights) TAP Air Portugal : 66 slots for summer season only These slots were allocated on an annual basis and were based on submissions on the waiting list received for the Summer 2020 scheduling period (S20). However, carriers which are now receiving slots from this pool and willing to start their operations already during the present Winter 2019-2020 scheduling period (W19) will be allowed to do so. Those carriers will get the quota reserved for their year-round services during the upcoming Winter 2020 scheduling period (W20), provided that their new services really start during Summer 2020 scheduling period (S20) and that they duly confirm their year round operation requests by the industry submission deadline set for W20. All details of PSO slot allocation at Paris-Orly airport are available on Cohor website. (please click on « Attached Document » for further details) December 05th, 2019 Eric HERBANE Managing Director, COHOR http://www.cohor.org/en/ory-05122019-new-slot-pool-allocation/ ------------------ A Azul solicitou parte destes slots para operar VCP-ORY 5x semanais e não foi contemplada. Mas nada impede a companhia de servir CDG. A Air Caraibes solicitou para operar ORY-VCP e EWR diariamente além de ORY-SXM e ORY-CAY 3x semanais. Todos os pedidos totalizam quase 3 voos diários, a companhia recebeu slots para operar dois. Resta saber se irão utilizar algum em VCP.
  7. 05/12/2019 With a Dec. 7 deadline set by regulators looming, Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) said Dec. 4 it has drawn up a cash injection plan and received sufficient cash to pay its employees on Dec. 5. However, the airline did not reveal where the cash came from, although it is widely believed to be through its holding company, HNA Group, which had received a HKD4 billion ($569 million) loan from state-owned banks. On Dec. 2, Hong Kong’s Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) gave Hong Kong Airlines until Dec. 7 to find either a new investor or avenue to inject cash into airline operations, or risk having its license revoked or suspended. The move followed HKA’s Nov. 29 statement that it would be holding back November salary for selected employees, with the exception of cabin crew and overseas employees. HKA had also said it was stopping IFE on its aircraft, likely because of its inability to pay suppliers or part of its cost-cutting measures. ATLA had said Dec. 2: “HKA’s financial position has deteriorated rapidly to such an extent that has severely impacted on HKA’s capability in meeting its obligations as an employer to pay salary and the probability of providing a satisfactory service under its license in respect of continuity and regularity of operation.” It is unclear if the new cash boost met the unspecified “satisfactory level” set by ATLA, which will decide Dec. 7 if it would suspend or revoke HKA’s license. After the ATLA warning Dec. 2, owners HNA Group secured a HKD4 billion from eight Chinese banks: China Development Bank, China Exim Bank, Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, ICBC, China Construction Bank, Postal Savings Bank of China and Bank of Communications. Each contributed CNY500 million to the pool. In addition, HNA transferred the majority shares of West Air to the Chongqing city government, which will now hold at least 70% of the LCC. The percentage and value of shares transferred was not disclosed. Chen Chuanren, chuanren@purplelightvisuals.com https://atwonline.com/airlines/hong-kong-airlines-receives-cash-injection
  8. South African Airways to Enter Into Bankruptcy Protection 5/12/19 By Paul Vecchiatto and Antony Sguazzin Last-ditch measure is aimed at preventing carrier’s closure SAA last made a profit in 2011, is reliant on state bailouts South Africa’s government will place the national airline under a local form of bankruptcy protection as a last-ditch measure to try and prevent its total collapse. State-owned South African Airways is entering a business-rescue process to allow a “radical restructuring” under which the carrier will receive 4 billion rand ($274 million) in funding, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said in a statement Thursday. The process will allow SAA to continue operating. “This is the optimal mechanism to restore confidence in SAA and to safeguard the good assets of SAA and help to restructure and reposition the entity into one that is stronger, more sustainable and able to grow and attract an equity partner,” Gordhan said. SAA, which last made a profit in 2011 and has received 57 billion rand in bailouts since 1994, has been struggling to pay its bills after the National Treasury balked at providing it with more funding. Its finances took a further hit when staff staged a pay strike last month, grounding a number of flights and causing bookings to be canceled on a number of others. South Africa’s Companies Act enables firms in financial distress to file for business rescue. If granted, a business-rescue practitioner is appointed to help the company reorganize and assess whether it can be turned around. Companies in the process of being rehabilitated are protected from liquidation and legal proceedings, enabling them to keep trading. Gordhan said the business-rescue process at SAA will include: Existing lenders to SAA will provide 2 billion rand of “post-commencement finance” guaranteed by the government and repayable out of future budget appropriations to enable SAA to continue to operate The Treasury will provide an additional 2 billion rand of funding in a “fiscally neutral manner” The full recovery of capital and interest on existing debt provided to SAA by existing lenders that is the subject of existing government guarantees will not be impacted by business rescue A review of the airline’s cost structure will be conducted, with a simultaneous effort to retain as many jobs as possible. SAA has more than 5,000 workers, and the SAA Group of companies employs thousands more. “This set of actions should provide confidence to customers of SAA to continue to use the airline because there will not be any unplanned stoppages of flights or cancellation of flights without proper notice should that be necessary,” Gordhan said. SAA spokesman Tlali Tlali said the company’s board will announce the appointment of business-rescue practitioners in “the near future.” It also plans publish a new provisional flight timetable “shortly,” he said in an emailed statement. Labor union Solidarity filed a lawsuit last month aimed at forcing the airline into business rescue, saying the measure was needed to guard the interests of workers and taxpayers whose money was being squandered. Other labor unions, such as the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, have opposed talk of restructuring the airline or selling a stake to private investors. That’s in line with most unions in South Africa, which have threatened strikes if the government attempts to reorganize state companies and cut jobs. Taxpayer Burden “By placing South African Airways under business rescue, the South African government effectively outsources the hitherto politically unpalatable (but essential) work of restructuring the failing national carrier to non-ANC hands,” said Daniel Silke, the director of Cape Town-based Political Futures Consultancy, in a Twitter posting. The ANC is South Africa’s ruling African National Congress. The main opposition Democratic Alliance welcomed the government’s decision to voluntarily place the carrier into business rescue, saying this was the only viable option to prevent it from placing any further burden on the economy and taxpayers. “The business practitioner who is appointed must take robust action to immediately cut costs at SAA,” DA lawmaker Alf Lees said by email. With business rescue will come an obligation for government guarantees to be honored, which will require “an increase in sovereign borrowings that in turn will increase debt-service costs and place a further burden on taxpayers.” — With assistance by Liezel Hill (Updates with minister’s comments from second paragraph) https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-04/south-african-airways-to-be-placed-into-business-rescue?cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-markets&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_content=markets&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social
  9. JOHANNESBURG, 5 December 2019. South African Airways (SAA) is today in a position to announce that the Board of Directors of SAA has adopted a resolution to place the company into business rescue at the earliest opportunity. As previously announced, the SAA Board of Directors and the Executive Committee have been in consultations with the shareholder, the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), in an effort to find a solution to our company’s well-documented financial challenges. The considered and unanimous conclusion has been to place the company into business rescue in order to create a better return for the company’s creditors and shareholders, than would result from any other available solution. Furthermore, the company is seeking to minimize the destruction of value across its subsidiaries and provide the best prospects for selected activities within the group to continue operating successfully. SAA understands that this decision presents many challenges and uncertainties for its staff. The company will engage in targeted communication and support for all employee groups at this difficult time. SAA will endeavour to operate a new provisional timetable and will publish details shortly. The company greatly appreciates the continued support of both its customers and partners in the travel industry around the world. The Board of Directors will also announce the appointment of business practitioners in the near future, and provide media updates as and when appropriate. It is important to point out that services operated by SAA’s subsidiary airline, Mango, will continue as usual and as scheduled. ISSUED BY SAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS For Media Enquiries, please contact: SAA Spokesperson Mr Tlali Tlali Email: TlaliTlali@flysaa.com Mobile: +27 (0)82 333-3880 Office: +27 (0)11 978-2298 https://www.flysaa.com/about-us/leading-carrier/media-center/media-releases/newsroom
  10. Euroatlantic não tem 767-200/ER ela possui 767-300/ER sendo que só um possui 300 assentos em classe única o CS-TKT (ex Kenya). Eles operam um 763 ainda mais denso o CS-TST (ex-Hainan) que conta com 309 assentos. Um baita aperto.
  11. TAP Air Portugal today (25NOV19) opened reservation for its 11th destination in Brasil, as the airline schedules Lisbon – Maceio nonstop route. Operated by Airbus A321neo LR, TAP to operate this route 3 times weekly from 12JUN20. Following schedule is subject to Government Approval. TP027 LIS1715 – 2115MCZ 32Q 357 TP028 MCZ2245 – 1035+1LIS 32Q 357
  12. Impressionante a criatividade do governo italiano em burlar as regras da Comissão Europeia neste caso.
  13. Cada companhia tem o direito de querer participar do programa ou não. Se quiser gozar dos benefícios fiscais é preciso cumprir as condições impostas pelo GERJ.
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