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  1. Staff Writer May 7, 2020 6:12pm Delta Air Lines and LATAM Airlines Group and its affiliates have signed a trans-American Joint Venture Agreement that, once regulatory approvals where required are granted, will combine the carriers’ highly complementary route networks between North and South America, providing customers with a seamless travel experience and industry-leading connectivity. “Late last year, we set out to build the leading strategic alliance in Latin America together with LATAM, and while the industry landscape has changed, our commitment to this joint venture is
  2. Most airlines do not have a lot of time to focus on how the industry will be reshaped in a post-COVID-19 world. But there’s one overarching theme that emerges when they can take a step back and ponder how the industry will change after the crisis – markets will be smaller. The largest domestic airline in Brazil, GOL, believes that Latin America’s largest aviation market could potentially be smaller for some time after the pandemic ends, and that the crisis will force some airlines in the market to behave more rationally with capacity growth. For now, GOL is operating a skeleton schedule
  3. Latam registra dívida de US$ 8,91 bilhões, alta de 2,2% em 2019 Arthur Oliveira 18 horas atrás Latam registra dívida líquida de US$ 8,91 bilhões, alta de 2,2% em 2019 O Grupo Latam Airlines registrou uma dívida liquida US$ 8,91 bilhões. O montante representa um aumento de 2,2% em relação ao resultado no final do ano passado. O nível de endividamento da Latam chega a 4 vezes mais o valor do lucro antes de juros, impostos, depreciação e amortização (Ebitda, na sigla em
  4. Ligação da Latam terá escala mensal no país vizinho, que teme endosso à soberania britânica das ilhas 18.nov.2019 às 2h00 SÃO PAULO Igor Gielow O governo argentino pediu que nenhuma autoridade federal brasileira comentasse ou prestigiasse o lançamento de novo voo ligando São Paulo às ilhas Falklands, conhecidas no país vizinho como Malvinas. O motivo é o temor de uma crise política decorrente do estabelecimento da rota, que terá duas escalas mensais, uma de ida e outra volta, na cidade argentina de Córdoba. Ele será feito pela chileno-brasileira Latam e começa a operar na pró
  5. É notícia já passada, mas que traz muita relevância para a aviação sulamericana: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/26/delta-is-buying-20percent-of-latam-latin-americas-largest-airline.html É importante a discussão. Pessoalmente a Delta mudou todo jogo de cartas do stablishment da região. A LATAM tem uma parceria de peso, conquistada via $$$, a Avianca nada muda - diria que até beneficiaria, mas a Gol fica em uma sinuca no curto prazo. American e IAG também ficam em situação delicada, principalmente em mercados secundários.
  6. LATAM Cancels Joint Venture Plans With IAG The LATAM Airlines Group has given up on its plans to form an association with the International Airlines Group (IAG) after having decided to leave the Oneworld alliance. The South American based Airline had decided on Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 to cancel the planned joint venture with the owners of British Airways and Iberia according to Aviation website FlightGlobal. [...] Santiago, Chile – December 6, 2019. “LATAM Airlines Group and International Airlines Group (IAG; the parent company of British Airways and Iberia) have deci
  7. 02-Dec-2019 7:37 PM Las filiales del Grupo LATAM en Perú, Colombia y Ecuador firmaron acuerdos de código compartido con Delta, con entrada en vigencia para el primer trimestre de 2020. LATAM pondrá fin formalmente a sus acuerdos de código compartido con American Airlines el 31 de enero de 2020. LATAM Airlines Group (“LATAM”) anunció hoy que sus filiales LATAM Airlines Perú, LATAM Airlines Colombia y LATAM Airlines Ecuador firmaron acuerdos de código compartido con Delta. Estos códigos compartidos brindarán mayor conectividad hacia Estados Unidos a partir del primer trimestre de 2020 (
  8. https://blueswandaily.com/latam-ceo-i-dont-believe-the-government-is-willing-to-continue-subsidising-aerolineas-argentinas/ November 15, 2019 LATAM Airlines Group CEO Enrique Cueto commented on changes to the Argentina market with the incoming government, stating: “I do not believe there will be a hard shift in the aviation policy” (Aviacion News/Reportur, 04/08-Nov-2019). He added that he believes “that probably some LCCs will leave either way”. Mr Cueto stated that the main point in the aero commercial policy in Argentina will be Aerolineas Argenti
  9. 15-Nov-2019 1:11 AM https://centreforaviation.com/news/latam-airlines-describes-promising-pricing-environment-in-spite-of-currency-pressures-955105 LATAM Airlines Group commented (12-Nov-2019) on operations in 3Q2019, stating that even though currencies across the region remained devalued, capacity adjustments in international routes are improving the pricing environment of operations, especially Brazil-US. Domestic operations in both Brazil and Spanish-speaking markets contributed 10% more ASKs during the quarter. Brazil domestic RASK increased by 24% in BRL and 23% in USD, while in th
  10. A título de exceção comercial e para passageiros com bilhetes LATAM, está liberada a excepcional troca de destino de Santiago-CHI para Lima-PER, por conta da decisão da Conmebol de alterar a final da Libertadores deste ano, tendo em vista a situação no Chile. Passageiros com bilhetes emitidos até a data de ontem, 5 de novembro, têm direito à remarcação para Lima ou reembolso do bilhete ou dos trechos não-voados, para voos chegando à capita chilena entre 18 e 23 de novembro. Será exigida dos passageiros que queiram fazer a alteração, entretanto, a apresentação de comprovante de presen
  11. As the bond rate inversion curve appeared on 14-Aug-2019 in the US and the UK, Wall Street headed rapidly south. A number of other countries have already this experienced inversion for a while. And in Germany, the world’s fourth largest economy, GDP growth rate went into reverse in 2Q2019. Does this mean recession is coming, or even imminent? Air freight numbers have been steadily falling for nearly a year. They used to be good forward indicators of where the world economy is headed, but not so much in recent years. Passenger traffic growth too has slowed markedly in the past year. Globa
  12. Slot allocation at airports worldwide is often a complex process, but the divvying up of Avianca Brazil’s slots in the wake of the airline’s demise has been particularly labyrinthine. An auction of the carrier’s assets was initially called off and then held, with LATAM Airlines Group and GOL emerging as the winners. But now it seems Brazil’s government has deemed that auction invalid. That could possibly benefit Brazil’s third largest airline, Azul, which refused to participate in the auction process. Azul has also tapped social media to make its case for slots at São Paulo Congonhas, a str
  13. SÃO PAULO Joana Cunha O presidente da Latam, Jerome Cadier, disse que está preocupado com a reputação do setor aéreo no Brasil. A crise de imagem emergiu na esteira da recuperação judicial da Avianca, que virou alvo de disputa entre as três maiores empresas aéreas brasileiras, interessadas em adquirir o que sobrou da empresa, aeronaves e funcionários, mas principalmente os slots (autorizações para pousos e decolagens) em Congonhas, para voar o rentável trecho RioSP. Em entrevista à Folha na semana passada, o presidente da Azul, John Rodgerson, afirmou que Latam e Gol se u
  14. La CEO de Latam confirmó que si no se resuelve el conflicto podría dejar de volar a Miami 6 de julio de 2019 • 16:20 El conflicto aeronáutico que ayer terminó con miles de pasajeros varados y malhumorados tiene su epicentro en una estrategia de Latam Argentina. "Trabajamos desde el mes de enero en este proyecto que se llama Interchange. Si no sale, lamentablemente nos vamos a ver obligados a dejar de volar a Miami. Si eso sucede, se perderá la mano de obra argentina", dice Rosario Altgelt, CEO de la filial local de Latam, que, telefónicamente, habló con LA NACION. Ads by El m
  15. El dueño de Interjet anuncia que planea vender su aerolínea Miguel Alemán Velasco, presidente y propietario de Interjet, ha anunciado que planea vender su compañía aérea, informa crónica del poder. La venta de la aerolínea ayudaría a Interjet a liquidar su deuda, que es 7.9 veces su ebitdar, como ya informó REPORTUR.mx Pese a que el presidente ejecutivo, Miguel Alemán Magnani, indicara que la situación financiera de Interjet es buena tras la reestructuración iniciada hace un año, cabe destacar que el alza del crudo, los pagos aeroportuarios, los costes de los 22 Sukhoi Superjet 100, de
  16. https://www.aeroin.net/latam-ira-tornar-diario-seu-voo-para-lisboa/ A LATAM Airlines Brasil informou que, a partir de 27 de outubro, passa operar o seu voo São Paulo-Lisboa diariamente. Até a data, a companhia opera a rota cinco vezes por semana. Esta é uma rota que se mostrou promissora desde o início, exatamente como imaginávamos, e queremos ainda mais oportunidades para crescer neste mercado, diz Jerome Cadier, CEO da LATAM Brasil. O voo para Portugal é nosso oitavo destino entre Brasil e Europa e buscamos aumentar a frequência de empresas nacionais para Lisboa, oferecendo cada vez
  17. There is no doubt that the shrinking of Avianca Brazil has altered market dynamics in Brazil’s domestic market, and the country’s three largest airlines believe Avianca Brazil’s bankruptcy will create opportunities for the country’s remaining carriers. GOL, LATAM Airlines Brazil and Azul have all been vying for Avianca Brazil’s assets but the government suspended an asset auction, including airport slots, and now the fate of Avianca Brazil is anyone’s guess. While the government drags its feet on rescheduling an auction or some other form of asset dispersal, Avianca Brazil continues to lang
  18. May 24, 2019 Chile‘s Supreme Court overruled the Court of Free Competition’s (TDLC) decision on the JBA between LATAM Airlines Group, American Airlines and IAG, and rejected the JBA proposal (La Tercera/Reuters, 23/24-May-2019). The court decided the combined market-share resulting from the alliance “would be hard to challenge”. The carriers have alternative plans to pursue the partnership in markets other than Chile. https://blueswandaily.com/chile-supreme-court-rejects-jba-between-latam-american-airlines-and-iag-as-hard-to-challenge/
  19. Changing market dynamics are driving several network adjustments at Latin America’s two largest airline groups – LATAM and Avianca Holdings. Those companies are navigating currency pressure and rising fuel costs, and as a result they are working to maximise the profitability of their respective networks. LATAM is opting to cut some long haul flights and service to Argentina, and instead will focus on regional international routes and growing service in Brazil’s domestic market as its competitor Avianca Brazil continues to shrink. Avianca’s adjustments include essentially exiting Peru’s d
  20. https://blueswandaily.com/latam-to-launch-nonstop-santiago-sydney-service/ May 3, 2019 LATAM Airlines Chile plans to launch three times weekly Santiago-Sydney nonstop service in Nov-2019, replacing the direct service operating via Auckland on those days (ETB Travel News, 02-May-2019). LATAM Airlines Group CCO Roberto Alvo stated: “In recent years we have expanded our services significantly and today we offer unrivalled choice for passengers on both sides of the Pacific… More Australians than ever are visiting South America, wanting to discover the many unique destinations of the region
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