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  1. 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 (sujetos a las aprobaciones regulatorias según corresponda). Los nuevos códigos compartidos representan el primer paso del acuerdo entre LATAM y Delta, anunciado el 26 de septiembre de 2019, que combinará las redes de destinos altamente complementarias de los dos grupos, proporcionando a los clientes una experiencia de viaje líder con una mayor conectividad a destinos en todo el mundo. LATAM y Delta están trabajando en una transición fluida que incluye el fortalecimiento de su acuerdo interlínea ya existente, el establecimiento de acuerdos que permitan el acceso recíproco a sus salones VIP y beneficios mutuos de viajero frecuente, al igual que el desarrollo de nuevos acuerdos bilaterales de código compartido. Los tres acuerdos de código compartido firmados hoy (2 de diciembre de 2019) con Delta ofrecerán a los clientes de LATAM la posibilidad de acceder a hasta 74 destinos en Estados Unidos y Canadá, abriendo además hasta 51 destinos para los pasajeros de Delta en Sudamérica*. A partir del primer trimestre de 2020: El código "LA" de LATAM Airlines Perú será incorporado a los vuelos de Delta a hasta 74 destinos en Estados Unidos y Canadá más allá de sus puntos de origen en Nueva York (JFK), Miami (MIA), Los Ángeles (LAX) y Orlando (MCO). Asimismo, el código "DL" de Delta se agregará a los vuelos de LATAM Airlines Perú a hasta 34 destinos en Perú y Sudamérica más allá de Lima (LIM). El código "DL" de Delta se añadirá a los vuelos de LATAM Airlines Colombia a hasta 13 destinos en ese país más allá de Bogotá (BOG) y Cartagena (CTG). El código "LA" de LATAM Airlines Ecuador se incluirá en los vuelos de Delta a hasta 55 destinos en Estados Unidos y Canadá más allá de Nueva York (JFK). Del mismo modo, el código "DL" de Delta se agregará a los vuelos de LATAM Airlines Ecuador a hasta cuatro destinos en Ecuador más allá de Quito (UIO). “Estos códigos compartidos marcan un hito importante en el trayecto de LATAM hacia ofrecer la mejor conectividad y experiencia de cliente en las Américas. Pronto, nuestros pasajeros podrán acceder a hasta 74 destinos en Estados Unidos y Canadá, lo que es sólo un ejemplo de la naturaleza complementaria de nuestras redes y uno de los varios beneficios futuros que traerá el acuerdo estratégico con Delta", dijo Enrique Cueto, CEO de LATAM Airlines Group. LATAM también planea establecer acuerdos de código compartido entre Delta y sus filiales en Chile y Brasil en 2020*, ofreciendo aún más conectividad entre Sudamérica y Estados Unidos. Fin de los acuerdos de código compartido con American Airlines LATAM pondrá término formalmente a todos sus acuerdos de código compartido con American Airlines el 31 de enero de 2020. Los clientes que hayan comprado boletos de American Airlines a través de LATAM antes de esta fecha para vuelos desde el 1 de febrero de 2020 en adelante tendrán derecho a los mismos servicios, sin cambios a sus condiciones de viaje o pasajes. Los acuerdos entre LATAM y American Airlines de viajero frecuente y acceso recíproco a los salones VIP se mantendrán vigentes hasta que LATAM deje oneworld. Salida de la alianza oneworld LATAM informó en septiembre de 2019 a oneworld y a sus socios de la alianza que dejaría oneworld dentro de un año, en línea con el plazo de aviso estándar. La compañía está evaluando una fecha de salida anticipada y cualquier cambio se comunicará oportunamente. Luego de su salida de oneworld, LATAM mantendrá sus acuerdos bilaterales con la mayoría de las aerolíneas de oneworld. Antecedentes del acuerdo anunciado el 26 de septiembre de 2019: ● Delta invertirá US$1.9 mil millones por una participación del 20% de LATAM a través de una oferta pública con un precio de US$16 por acción. La oferta pública se lanzó el 27 de noviembre de 2019 y durará 30 días. ● Delta también invertirá US$350 millones para apoyar la creación de la alianza estratégica contemplada en este acuerdo. ● Delta adquirirá cuatro aeronaves Airbus A350 de LATAM y ha acordado asumir los compromisos de compra de LATAM por 10 A350 adicionales con fecha de entrega a partir de 2020 al 2025. ● Delta tendrá representación en el Directorio de LATAM. ● La alianza estratégica está sujeta a todas las aprobaciones gubernamentales y regulatorias necesarias. *Sujeto a las aprobaciones regulatorias según corresponda. This press release was sourced from LATAM on 01-Dec-2019. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/latam-anuncia-nuevos-acuerdos-de-cdigo-compartido-con-delta-504560
  2. Delta Air Lines acquires 4.3% equity stake in Hanjin KAL June 21, 2019 Delta Air Lines acquired (20-Jun-2019) a 4.3% equity stake in Hanjin KAL, a Korean Air shareholder. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian stated Delta’s partnership with Korean Air is “already one of our fastest-integrating and most successful partnerships”, adding the new investment is expected to “further strengthen our relationship as we continue to build on the value of the joint venture”. He noted the carrier has a “vision to deliver the world’s leading trans Pacific joint venture” with Korean Air, delivering the “strongest network, the best service and the finest experience connecting the US with Asia” https://blueswandaily.com/delta-air-lines-acquires-4-3-equity-stake-in-hanjin-kal/ _______________________ Como o mundo dá voltas, KE e DL mal tinham acordos na Skyteam, e hoje são sócias. Depois da falência da Hanjin Shipping e que afetou a Korean Air, a família do Chaebol teve que engolir a seco o orgulho e correr para salvar o restante do império.
  3. 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. Global trade conflict is creating uncertainty and aviation is inevitably caught up in that. So are we heading for trouble, and if so, when? Air Freight is not only an economic indicator, but a large revenue earner Especially for airlines in Asia Pacific, freight contributes considerably to overall revenues. And, since late-2018, the freight downturn has hit almost all regions, as this IATA chart shows. Freight tonne kilometres (FTKs) fell nearly 5% y-o-y in Jun-2019, the eighth consecutive month for negative annual growth. FTK growth by region, Jan-2016 to Jun2019 Source: IATA Economics The aggregated figure shows this emerging trend clearly, as the seasonally adjusted line tracked down since late 2018. Freight Tonne Kilometre growth 2014-2019 Source: IATA Economics Uncertainty is the killer ingredient for trade and investment There are conceivably two factors involved in this air freight trend: a broad slowing in many economies, cooling imports and exports, and the flow on impact of the accelerating trade dispute. In this mix, uncertainty is the common and increasingly dominant feature. Uncertainty leads to reluctance to invest and that, simply and predictably, flows down the line. President Trump’s recent threat to impose higher duties on a range of Chinese exports can be imagined as having a similar effect to that in a three mile long freight train, when the driver slams on the breaks. All down the train there is a thud-thud-thud as each truck hits the one in front of it, each creating disruption. Then, when the driver suddenly pushes the train back into fast forward, the process is repeated in reverse, thud-thud-thud, with each impact creating repercussions for every part of the supply chain. Those repercussions translate to bankruptcy for some in the supply chain, as payments and commitments become more unpredictable. Strong passenger growth of recent years is slowing fast Passenger number growth has slowed in most markets, notably Europe; 5.4% is still healthy growth but it is trending downwards. Only Latin America, Africa and Asia Pacific were up, month over month. International passenger traffic growth, year to May-2019, by region* *by airline region of registration Source: IATA Economics World markets have been skittish for some time Most of the world’s stock markets take their lead from Wall Street, which in turn is a fair reflection of the world’s most powerful economy. And, fuelled by tax reductions and low interest rates, that economy has been growing strongly for over a year. More recently, as the trade war has escalated, direct and collateral damage has spread through the world economy. The 14-Aug-2019 800-point fall in the Dow was the worst single day drop of the year, although the second worst fall, of 768 points had occurred the previous week. Recent behaviour has been for a quick recovery on the following day. And the index is still well above where it started the year and happily in front of the mini-slump in Jun-2019. The Dow Jones Index performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 Source: google But some US airline stocks have had a less positive year Despite a solid profit performance in recent years, and professed expectations that high profitability would continue indefinitely, investors have been less kind to the US majors. American notably has borne the brunt of negative sentiment. American Airlines Group share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 United Airlines share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 Delta has been a standout, and even when the overall market came down 3%, managed to sustain a slightly smaller fall. Delta Air Lines share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 And JetBlue too has been a strong performer, caught in the day's downdraft. JetBlue share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 Globally, the airline share price picture is somewhat gloomier When viewed against generally strong overall share markets, the airline sector has clearly come off its highs of 2017 and 2018, when oil prices were low and traffic was stimulated by lower fares. Lufthansa has disappointed, down over 25% since Jan-2019. Meanwhile, by contrast, the DAX Index is up nearly 10% over 2019. Lufthansa share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 Battered by Brexit, the International Airlines Group share price is down by one third for the year. There may be more to come, as B-Day looms. IAG share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 Oddly enough, despite its weak marketplace performance, Air France-KLM's stock has performed relatively well, compared with its European airline neighbours. Air France-KLM share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug- 2019 In Asia, steep competition and recent trade insecurity have taken their toll on airline share prices Although performing sluggishly in 2019, Singapore Airlines has been relatively unaffected by the US uncertainty of the night before. Singapore Airlines share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 Cathay however has other problems in the short term, as well as being a victim of the freight downturn, a significant earner for the airline. Its share price is down nearly 6% on the day following the Dow’s 3% fall. Cathay Pacific share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 Asia’s largest international airline by passenger numbers is being affected by stern competition in the marketplace. AirAsia share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 Meanwhile, China’s major airlines are being impacted by slowing overall economic growth in the country. They have however not been greatly affected by the overnight falls on Wall St. Air China share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 China Eastern share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 The major airline in the South Pacific, Qantas, dominates its domestic market and until now economic conditions have held up well. But here again, investor fragility in the face of growing uncertainty is evident with its post-Wall Street performance, on 15-Aug-2019. Qantas share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 15-Aug- 2019 LATAM is spread across several Latin American countries and tends to reflect not only the growing level of competition, but also the strength of the region’s economy. Argentina’s rapid slump manages to pollute some of its neighbours too, notably Brazil, its largest trading partner. The size of the airline’s share price fall on 14-Aug-2019, more than twice the Dow’s drop, illustrates the sensitivity of investors towards the region’s airline market. LATAM share price performance 1-Jan-2019 to 14-Aug-2019 Preparing for stormy weather It may be that the markets will rebound quickly. Recent performance would suggest something of a rebound on Wall Street. But the volatility of the share market and a growing degree of pessimism, especially outside the US, means that any prudent airline will be looking to create a buffer in the event of a slowing in demand. https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/whats-going-on-in-the-world-economy-and-where-is-aviation-heading-488084
  4. Delta Air Lines’ Q2 results beat market estimates July 11, 2019 Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) reported better-than-expected revenue and earnings for the second quarter of 2019, allowing shares to climb 2.2% in premarket hours on Thursday. The consensus estimate was for earnings of $2.24 per share on revenue of $12.4 billion. Total operating revenue of $12.5 billion was up 6.5% from the same period last year. On an adjusted basis, revenues grew 8.7%, helped by a 10% increase in premium product ticket revenue and double-digit percentage increases in loyalty and third-party maintenance revenue. On a GAAP basis, net income grew 39% to $1.4 billion and EPS grew 48% to $2.21. Adjusted EPS grew 32% to $2.35. Total revenue per available seat mile (TRASM) grew 1.6% year-over-year on a GAAP basis and 3.8% on an adjusted basis. Consolidated unit cost (CASM) was down 1.5% on a GAAP basis and up 1.4% on an adjusted basis. During the quarter, Delta saw revenue increases across all its geographic regions helped mainly by higher passenger unit revenue and capacity. For the third quarter of 2019, Delta expects EPS to come in the range of $2.10-2.40. Adjusted TRASM is expected to grow 1.5-3.5% year-over-year while CASM-Ex is projected to rise 1-2%. System capacity is expected to be up around 4% from the same period last year. Based on the strong first half performance, the company raised its full-year 2019 EPS guidance to a range of $6.75-7.25. Delta increased its quarterly dividend by 15% to $0.4025 per share. The dividend is payable on August 15, 2019 to shareholders of record on July 25, 2019. https://news.alphastreet.com/delta-air-lines-earnings-q2-2019/
  5. 12-Apr-2019 12:59 AM Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian reported (10-Apr-2019) the airline's high revenue premium in 1Q2019 was due to a domestic net promoter score of 50%, adding 55% of the airline's revenue is now sourced through its premium products and non ticket sources, compared to 40% in 2011. He also noted the airline grew its operating margin by 1.5% in 1Q2019. The airline had its "best March quarter" completion factor in 1Q2019, he mentioned, with the airline recording a completion factor of 99.06% in "very difficult winter weather". https://centreforaviation.com/news/delta-air-lines-ceo-55-of-revenue-now-from-premium-products-non-ticket-sources-895551
  6. 11-Feb-2019 7:12 PM Ready for Carnival? Let Delta take you from New York-JFK to Rio Returning nonstop seasonal service begins Dec. 19, 2019, runs during peak holiday travel and biggest Carnival celebration in the world Delta, the world's most admired airline, will continue its nonstop seasonal service between New York's John F. Kennedy Airport and Rio de Janeiro-GIG*, boosting holiday season and Carnival travel. The flight will operate overnight southbound as before, but will return northbound in the morning, complementing our evening GIG-Atlanta flight. For the third winter season in a row, the GIG-JFK route will be operated using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft- beginning on Dec. 19, 2019, and running through March 9, 2020. The 225-passenger aircraft includes 25 Delta One flat-bed seats, featuring regionally inspired meals paired with wines selected by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson and extra wide in-flight entertainment screens. "At Delta we continuously adapt our network options to meet our customers' demands. Our seasonal route connecting New York and Rio de Janeiro from December to March provides our customers the convenience of a direct flight connecting two leading markets – for business and leisure," said Fabio Camargo, Delta's Director – Brazil. "We remain committed to the Brazilian market and continue strengthening our alliance with GOL – Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, our partner in Brazil." The aircraft also offers 29 Delta Comfort+ seats with four additional inches of legroom and 171 Main Cabin seats. Delta has made significant enhancements to the Main Cabin experience including free in-flight premium entertainment, complimentary headphones on international flights and access to Wi-Fi on nearly all flights. All customers will be able to enjoy over 300 movies and 550 TV show episodes alongside music and games on individual seat-back screens or streamed directly to a laptop, tablet or mobile. The following schedule and is now available for sale: Departs New York - JFK at 5:55 p.m. and arrives in Rio de Janeiro - GIG at 6:45 a.m. Departs Rio de Janeiro- GIG at 9:10 a.m. and arrives in New York - JFK at 4:10 p.m. The seasonal service to Rio de Janeiro is one of Delta's most successful routes, along with current service to other top Latin American business and leisure destinations such as Bogota, Cartagena, Quito, Lima, Santiago, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo. From JFK Delta operates more than 200 flights per day to nearly 90 worldwide destinations, nearly 20 of those destinations are in Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2018, the airline announced new service between JFK and Antigua; Kingston, Jamaica; and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Recently, Delta installed its 600th aircraft with seat-back entertainment, making the airline the industry leader in seat-back entertainment. Customers will also be able to use free mobile messaging via iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.​ *Subject to government approval. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/ready-for-carnival-let-delta-take-you-from-new-york-jfk-to-rio-459556
  7. 6-Mar-2019 12:27 AM Delta Air Lines CEO Edward Bastian stated (05-Mar-2019) the airline is "very interested" in Boeing's New Midsize Airplane (NMA), adding Delta is looking to replace almost 200 757 and 767 aircraft over the next decade. He noted the airline is in discussions "at a very preliminary phase" with Boeing. https://centreforaviation.com/news/delta-air-lines-ceo-airline-very-interested-in-boeing-nma-884816
  8. Delta Air Lines president Glen W Hauenstein stated (15-Jan-2019) Latin America will be the airline's "best performing international entity" in 1Q2019. He noted Brazil "remains challenging" due to Delta trimming marginal capacity. Mr Hauenstein stated: "With capacity plans down approximately 20% in 2019, we expect Brazil to become RASM contributor as the year progresses". Stage length and currency headwinds are expected to remain during 1Q2019 in the Pacific. Mr Hauenstein said the trans Atlantic is "expected to be the most challenging", with some "cautionary signs" in 1Q2019. The airline has also "seen leisure and corporate impacts" in France due to "domestic unrest". He stated the airline is "watching this region closely given the uncertainty" and is prepared to adjust capacity. Fonte: CAPA
  9. November 2, 2018 Delta Air Lines reportedly submitted a binding offer for investment in Alitalia (ilmessaggero.it/Reuters/Bloomberg, 31-Oct/01-Nov-2018). As previously reported by CAPA, Alitalia confirmed it received one expression of interest (EoI) and two binding offers, with easyJet confirming on 31-Oct-2018 it submitted a revised EoI as part of the sale. https://blueswandaily.com/delta-air-lines-submits-binding-offer-in-alitalia-sale-report/ (Bloomberg) -- Italy’s Alitalia SpA attracted bids from European discounter EasyJet Plc and U.S. giant Delta Air Lines Inc., as the government renews attempts to sell the bankrupt flag-carrier. U.K.-based EasyJet said in a statement Wednesday that it submitted a revised expression of interest in Alitalia, while Delta also presented a proposal. Italian state railway company Ferrovie dello Stato said it also made an offer. The bids raise the prospect of Alitalia gaining multiple owners, with EasyJet bringing its expertise to bear on short-haul operations, and Atlanta-based Delta helping to run lucrative long-haul flights out of Milan and Rome. Ferrovie would most likely act as an anchor investor. State-appointed administrators for Alitalia confirmed that two binding bids had been received, together with one expression of interest, without saying who they were from. Economic Development Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said that “finding an industrial partner is going to be key.” Unprofitable Alitalia went into liquidation last year when former 49 percent shareholder Etihad Airways of Abu Dhabi pulled the plug on funding and workers rejected a 2 billion-euro ($2.3 billion) recapitalization tied to 1,600 job cuts from a workforce of 12,500. Bridge Loan An initial bid deadline of April 30 this year was extended to Oct. 31 as Italian political parties struggled to form a new government. The airline has been surviving on a 900 million-euro bridge loan that expires in December, though the facility could be extended while the search for investors continues, according to Italian press reports. Deutsche Lufthansa AG, which put its name forward earlier in the process, said it decided not to bid, reiterating recent comments from Chief Executive Officer Carsten Spohr that Alitalia would need to be significantly restructured for it to be interested. Also previously involved in the bidding were EasyJet’s low-cost rival Wizz Air Holdings Plc and Air France-KLM Group, a former Alitalia shareholder previously linked to EasyJet’s approach which is about 10 percent held by Delta. The U.S. company described Alitalia as a long-standing partner in its trans-Atlantic venture with Air France-KLM and said it’s continuing to explore ways to work with the Rome-based carrier. EasyJet said its submission is consistent with its “existing strategy” for Italy, without revealing details. Rail Interest The involvement of Ferrovie could be a complication for EasyJet, since its high-speed trains are a major competitor for Alitalia on domestic routes. The rail group became part of Italy’s planning following a March general election that led to a populist coalition of the Five Star Movement and League parties. The government itself could also take a 15 percent stake, reports have said, something that could form a further obstacle to the wholesale job cuts corporate investors might want to impose. Tim Clark, president of Dubai-based Emirates, the world’s biggest airline on long-haul routes, said Thursday in Monaco that his company didn’t bid but that the Italian market is attractive because of its size and robust demand. “You see carriers circling around the edge of Alitalia, but whether they’ll plunge in and eat it all I don’t know,” he said. --With assistance from William Wilkes. To contact the reporters on this story: Christopher Jasper in London at cjasper@bloomberg.net;Chiara Albanese in Rome at calbanese10@bloomberg.net To contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Jerrold Colten, Andrew Noël https://finance.yahoo.com/news/alitalia-attracts-easyjet-delta-bids-092323679.html
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