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  1. En la madrugada de hoy un seguidor me hizo llegar un documento que confirma un rumor que venía corriendo fuerte hace un poco más de una semana: en el marco de un paquete de medidas tendientes a adaptar Aerolíneas Argentinas a los tiempos que marcan las consecuencias de la pandemia de Coronavirus sobre el transporte aéreo, se termina la duplicidad de estructuras de Austral Líneas Aéreas y Aerolíneas Argentinas, fusionándose en una sola. Para eso, la compañía busca unificar los escalafones, preservando el derecho de los trabajadores involucrados. Con esta fusión, la empresa busca mayor rac
  2. https://blueswandaily.com/aerolineas-argentinas-sets-objective-of-operating-twice-daily-to-all-provinces/ March 6, 2020 Aerolineas Argentinas CEO Pablo Ceriani commented on the carrier’s recent network adjustment stating that the objective is to operate twice daily connectivity to all provinces in Argentina (Telam, 29-Feb-2020). The carrier plans to increase its fleet in 2021 in order to achieve the objective. Mr Ceriani is relying on the resumption of operations by the Boeing 737 MAX in order to increase its fleet size.
  3. Aerolíneas Argentinas desiste de vender seus jatos Embraer Companhia agora planeja substituir seus atuais E190 por novos E195-E2 A Aerolíneas Argentinas desiste de vender seus jatos Embraer. A companhia de bandeira argentina havia planejado se desfazer da sua frota de E-Jet, substituindo os modelos por aeronaves maiores e possivelmente alugadas. No entanto, o novo presidente da Aerolíneas Argentinas classificou a proposta anterior como “loucura” e afirmou que o objetivo da atual direção é renovar a frota, inclusive com o E195-E2, que na visão do executivo é a melhor
  4. January 7, 2020 Aerolineas Argentinas CEO Pablo Ceriani commented on Aerolineas Argentinas‘ condition, stating the previous government left the carrier “in one of the worst conditions” financially due to the liberalisation policies implemented (Clarin/Airway1, 06-Jan-2020). He stated that in 2015 the carrier’s “net worth [was] USD75.9 million and [had] USD200 million in liquidity, and they [previous government] left it with a negative equity of USD441.9 million“. Mr Ceriani expects the carrier will require USD700 million in state subsidies. https://blueswandaily.com/aerolineas-argent
  5. 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
  6. Argentina’s current president Mauricio Macri has followed through on pledges to liberalise the country’s aviation market and the result has been a 32% jump in passenger growth from 2015 to 2018. The more liberal approach, coupled with Argentina’s low trips per capita, has attracted a flock of new low cost airlines hoping to cash in on the opportunity in the country to stimulate traffic. Three low cost airlines are now based in Argentina – Flybondi, Norwegian Air Argentina and JetSMART Argentina. Mr Macri is presiding over economic turmoil ahead of an election in Oct-2019. Speculation is g
  7. The Cristina Fernández de Kirchner administration nationalised the airline in 2008, paying a symbolic one peso (30 US cents). Argentina must pay US$320 million in damages after the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (CIADI) on Wednesday ruled against its appeal to suspend an earlier ruling from 2017. "Argentina's request to annul the ruling is denied", CIADI said in its decision regarding the country's controversial re-nationalisation of the flagship carrier. Grupo Marsans, which had owned Aerolíneas, had initially requested US$600 million in damages,
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