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  1. A Lufthansa poderá agir igual quando a Latam anunciou GRU-MUC e lançou o seu vôo.
  2. United Airlines offered 38.3 million international seats last year, second only to American Airlines’ 41.8 million. Delta Air Lines, meanwhile, was third, with 34.4 million. Yet of the USB3, international seats was a greater proportion of United’s total (19.4%) than American’s (15.8%) and Delta’s (14.1%). United Airlines’ international service revolves around both Western Europe (21.4 million) and Northeast Asia (9.9 million). When combined, Western Europe and Northeast Asia have over eight in ten of United’s international seats. Mexico – US leads country-pairs for connections All of United Airlines’ core connecting country-pairs involved the US, with its top-five shown below. Its first non-US was, predictably, Canada – Mexico, with 153,000. Mexico – US: 2.2 million connecting passengers Canada – US: 1.9 million UK – US: 637,000 China – US: 553,000 Germany – US: 525,000 American Airlines and United Airlines are almost tied for the first spot for Mexico – US seats. United serves 22 Mexican destinations, with Cancun by far its number-one. So it’s not surprising that Mexico – US was United’s leading country-pair, with an estimated 49% of its Mexico passengers non-local. On a city-pair level, Cancun – New York was first; on an airport-pair basis, it was Cancun – New York LGA. Of course, its Houston IAH hub was key for Mexico passengers, through which about 70% connected. Indeed, Houston IAH was United’s top hub for total international connecting passengers, with an estimated nine million. United Airlines’ #1 connecting market Tel Aviv – LAX As a result of United’s strong overall network, its top-20 connecting airport-pairs had fewer than half-a-million passengers. And its top-20, featuring a disparate array of connecting markets, including Guayaquil – New York, nicely suggest its hubs: Newark; Washington IAD; Chicago ORD; Houston IAH; and San Francisco. With almost 36,000 passengers, Tel Aviv – Los Angeles was its number-one connecting market. United now serves Tel Aviv from Newark, San Francisco, and Washington IAD, with about seven in ten of its Los Angeles traffic connecting at San Francisco. https://www.anna.aero/2020/01/20/united-airlines-top-20-international-connecting-markets-tel-aviv-lax-1/
  3. A partir de Manaus, a G3 poderia remodelar a sua atuação para os EUA,
  4. São Paulo Guarulhos is LATAM Group’s most-served airport. And Guarulhos is key for LATAM Group connections, with an estimated 7.2 million passengers transiting in the past year. Buenos Aires – Natal is the Group’s number-one connecting route. The LATAM Group comprises passenger units in seven South American countries. Altogether, the Group has 33% of all capacity to, from, and within South America in 2019. Sao Paulo is not only Brazil’s largest city, but also the largest across the continent. And in terms of seats, São Paulo Guarulhos is the airport with the most seats – around 16 million – within the LATAM Group network. About 7.2 million people connected with LATAM Group airlines over Sao Paulo GRU in the past year. Over five million – 70% – involved Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Domestic Brazil alone accounted for three of these 7.2 million. However, a sizeable 1.4 million connected to/from Europe, the Group’s second-largest market, led by Brazil – Italy (217,000). LATAM Group’s top-20 connecting routes Here are the Group’s top-20 connecting airport-pairs. Source: OAG Traffic Analyser. Buenos Aires and Santiago feature six and five times in the top-20 respectively. Across all airlines, Argentina – Brazil is a country-pair of four million passengers (~600,000 with the LATAM Group). Buenos Aires – Natal is the largest indirect market, with 131,000 of which LATAM has a two-third share. Gol is the only non-stop operator, and it has a once-weekly service. LATAM now serves Tel Aviv three-weekly non-stop from Sao Paulo GRU. Not surprisingly, none of its routes are in its top-20 for connecting passengers over GRU. So far, its top-five connecting routes from Tel Aviv are Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio, Brasilia, and Porto Alegre. Domestic Brazil has seven routes in the top-20. These include Rio GIG – Porto Alegre, a market of about 600,000 passengers across all airlines. LATAM doesn’t operate the airport-pair, so its passengers connect over Sao Paulo GRU. However, LATAM does serve Porto Alegre from Rio’s closer-in airport, Santos Dumont. Almost 350,000 connecting passengers to/from Salvador In all, Salvador has 347,000 LATAM passengers via GRU, the result of Brazil’s crisis and the focus on hub rather than P2P operations. This compares to 226,000 for Recife, 187,000 for Natal, and 226,000 Fortaleza. Salvador is also the closest to GRU by over 500 miles, or one hour. Salvador features five times in the top-20: domestically to Foz do Iguaçu and Porto Alegre, and internationally to Santiago (two airlines coming), Buenos Airlines, and Montevideo. As one example and across all airlines, Salvador – Porto Alegre, a distance of 1,434 miles, has an average one-way fare of USD$252 (!) before taxes, fuel surcharge, and ancillaries. This is partly the result of Avianca Brazil’s end earlier this year. https://www.anna.aero/2019/12/16/latam-groups-top-20-connecting-routes-buenos-aires-natal-1/
  5. Bom quando o rodoanel norte estiver concluído será a opção mais rápida para chegar em campinas creio que em menos de uma hora será o trajeto.
  6. O passageiro de VCP tem um custo mínimo de R$ 200,00 para embarcar tanto em GRU ou CGH, então pelo tempo e distância por essa diferença é melhor embarcar em VCP.
  7. Creuo que antea de viar para GIG ou BSB, tem centros mais importantes para voar como MEX BOG ou EZE.
  8. Ou seja, VIX pela JJ será atendida apenas pelos hubs da cia que são GRU CGH e BSB.
  9. Ou seja, caso fosse operado por E190 a JJ teria um melhor rendimento?
  10. O Ministério do Turismo anunciou nesta quarta-feira a intenção de promover a vinda da companhia aérea árabe Gulf Air ao Brasil. A novidade surgiu durante reunião realizada entre representantes brasileiros e o Sheikh Khalid Bin Hamad em Manama, capital do Bahrein. Na ocasião, também foi apontado que os dois países terão uma Câmara de Comércio e Turismo para discutir a atração de investimentos para o setor no país. A base principal da Gulf Air é no Aeroporto Internacional do Bahrein, que fica em Muharraq, uma ilha no extremo norte do país a sete quilômetros do centro da capital Manama. A companhia possui voos para mais de 50 destinos em 28 países na África, Ásia e Europa. Se as operações forem realmente firmadas no Brasil, o passageiro terá a possibilidade de se conectar no aeroporto árabe em voos para lugares como Baku, Bangladesh, Cairo, Atenas, Bagdá, Amã, Bangkok, Istambul, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, entre muitas outros. Recentemente também foi anunciada uma nova rota direta para as Ilhas Maldivas a partir de outubro. De acordo com a Skytrax, empresa de consultoria do Reino Unido que analisa o mercado da aviação, a Gulf Air aparece em 71º lugar entre as 100 principais companhias do mundo em 2019, na frente até mesmo de aéreas como Alitalia, American Airlines, TAP, Copa e Royal Air Maroc. A frota da companhia atualmente é composta por 37 aeronaves, sendo 16 Airbus A320-200, 6 Airbus A321-200, 6 Airbus A330-200, 3 Airbus A320neo e mais 6 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Estão encomendadas outras 17 aeronaves Airbus A321neo, com início da entrega previsto para 2020. No momento, a Gulf Air possui acordos de codeshare (compartilhamento de voos) com as seguintes companhias: Aegean Airlines, American Airlines, EgyptAir, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Oman Air, Philippine Airlines, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways e Turkish Airlines. A empresa árabe patrocina diversos eventos, dos quais o mais prestigioso é o Grand Prix do Bahrein, um dos mais recentes GPs de Fórmula 1. A Gulf Air também foi a primeira patrocinadora de camisetas do Chelsea F.C. em 1983 e 1984. Mais recentemente, entre 2008 e 2011, patrocinou as camisas do também inglês Queens Park Rangers. https://www.melhoresdestinos.com.br/gulf-air-brasil.html
  11. Com seus Atrs alem de RAO poderia surgir UDI e PLU.
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