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Sim, ele mesmo. Depois de quebrar a Avianca Brasil e perder o controle da Avianca Holdings, agora o GE quer ter uma participação na Alitalia. Mais uma capítulo da novela italiana... _____________________________________________________ German Efromovich, the ousted chairman of Colombian airline Avianca, is eyeing a comeback via Italy. Efromovich wants to buy a stake in the bankrupt Italian flag-carrier Alitalia SpA, financial daily Il Sole 24 Ore reported, citing a phone interview. "We wrote a letter to Ferrovie dello Stato and the adviser Mediobanca two weeks ago
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
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
http://www.aviacionnews.com/blog/2019/05/pese-a-los-malos-pronosticos-avianca-argentina-deposita-su-esperanza-en-la-subasta-de-activos-de-avianca-brasil/ Por SGR - 05/02/2019 La noticia, publicada esta semana por un diario económico de Argentina, generó preocupación tanto en despachos oficiales como entre los empleados que aún resisten desde la empresa. La nota afirmaba categóricamente que Avianca Argentina habría de quebrar en 20 días. En la empresa no están de acuerdo con este diagnóstico, aunque reconocen que la empresa transita una etapa que bien podría resumirse en la palabra “aguantar