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  1. 17 julio, 2020 Juan Delguy 0 comentarios Información suministrada a TorreElDorado.co, confirma que Emirates decidió poner fin a sus vuelos hacia Santiago de Chile, los cuales operaban con aviones tipo Boeing B777 desde Dubái con escala en Río de Janeiro. TorreElDorado.co pudo confirmar que el personal de Emirates en Chile fue desvinculado, decisión derivada de la crisis por la pandemia. De igual manera, se constató que los vuelos siguen cargados en la página web de la aerolínea pero serán desactivados en cuestión de horas. Cabe anotar, que Emirates comenzó a operar en Chile desde julio de 2018 y dejó de operar vuelos de pasajeros a Santiago de Chile desde marzo de 2020, por la crisis aérea mundial y solamente enviaba vuelos de carga. En cuanto tengamos los detalles para los cambios y devoluciones, los informaremos. Noticia en desarrollo. https://torreeldorado.co/emirates-se-va-de-chile/
  2. American Airlines Announces Additional Schedule Changes in Response to Customer Demand Related to COVID-19 Thursday, March 12, 2020, 9:10 PM FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) today announced additional adjustments to its schedule in response to decreased travel demand due to coronavirus (COVID-19). The company plans to: Reduce international capacity for the summer season by 34% versus the previous selling schedule, including a 50% reduction in April trans-Atlantic capacity. Continue to operate flights to and from Europe for up to seven days to ensure customers and employees can return home. Reduce service to South America, including a suspension of flights to Argentina. Suspended flights are expected to resume as early as May 7. New schedule changes include: Europe Continue operating flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), New York City (JFK), and Miami (MIA) to Barcelona (BCN), Madrid (MAD) and Paris (CDG) for up to seven days Suspending flights from Charlotte (CLT) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Amsterdam (AMS), Frankfurt (FRA), MAD, Munich (MUC) and Zurich (ZRH) on Friday, March 13, as CLT and PHL are not government-approved gateways Suspending service from Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina (RDU) to London (LHR) Reducing service from JFK, DFW and Chicago (ORD) to LHR Delaying the start of some seasonal routes to early May South America Suspending service from MIA, JFK, DFW, LAX to Buenos Aires (EZE) and ending service from MIA to Cordoba, Argentina (COR) Suspending service from DFW and LAX to São Paulo (GRU) Suspending service from DFW to Santiago (SCL) These capacity reductions assume no slot waivers are in place. At airports where demand exceeds airfield and/or terminal capacity, access is governed by slots that grant airlines permission to take off and land at specific times. Given the decrease in demand related to COVID-19, American has requested temporary relief from this usage requirement — otherwise known as requesting a slot waiver — to better align capacity with demand without the risk of losing valuable takeoff and landing slots for the future. American will continue to review its network and make adjustments as needed if waivers are granted. Taking care of customers American will continue to take care of customers as this situation develops. The airline announced today that it has offered to waive change fees for customers who purchased tickets prior to March 11 for travel to Europe, including the United Kingdom, through May 31. Additionally, American’s Reservations team will contact customers whose flights have been canceled directly by email or telephone. Customers who booked through a travel agent will be contacted by their agency directly. If a flight is canceled and a customer chooses not to be rebooked, they may request a full refund by visiting aa.com/refunds. Updated South America schedules: Origin Destination Schedule change Expected resumption of service DFW Buenos Aires (EZE) Suspended March 16 through June 3 June 4 DFW São Paulo (GRU) Suspended March 19 through June 3 June 4 DFW Santiago (SCL) Suspended March 19 through June 3 June 4 LAX EZE Suspended March 16 through October 24 October 25 LAX GRU Suspended March 19 through October 24 October 25 JFK EZE Suspended March 16 through June 3 June 4 MIA EZE Suspended March 16 through May 6 May 7 MIA Cordoba, Argentina (COR) Service discontinued Updated Europe schedules: Origin Destination Schedule change Expected resumption of service CLT Frankfurt (FRA) Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 CLT Munich (MUC) Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 DFW Rome (FCO) Seasonal start delayed May 7 DFW FRA Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 DFW London (LHR) Reduced from four daily flights to three May 7 DFW Madrid (MAD) Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 DFW Paris (CDG) Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 JFK Barcelona (BCN) Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 JFK FCO Seasonal start delayed May 7 JFK London (LHR) Reduced from four daily flights to three May 7 JFK MAD Suspended March 19 through June 3 June 4 JFK Milan (MXP) Suspended through May 6 May 7 JFK CDG Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 MIA BCN Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 MIA CDG Suspended March 19 through June 3 June 4 MIA MAD Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 MIA MXP Suspended through May 6 May 7 ORD FCO Seasonal start delayed June 4 ORD LHR Reduced from four daily flights to three May 7 PHL Amsterdam (AMS) Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 PHL CDG Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 PHL FCO Suspended through May 6 May 7 PHL MAD Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 PHL Zurich (ZRH) Suspended March 13 through May 6 May 7 RDU LHR Suspended March 19 through May 6 May 7 http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2020/American-Airlines-Announces-Additional-Schedule-Changes-in-Response-to-Customer-Demand-Related-to-COVID-19-031220-OPS-DIS-03/default.aspx --------------- Com isso a AA suspende todos os seus voos para a Argentina assim como todos os DFW/LAX - Cone Sul (SCL e GRU). Os (poucos) voos para o GIG não sofreram alterações.
  3. 17-Jan-2019 7:21 PM A taxa de ocupação nos primeiros 30 dias foi de 87%. Isso é explicado em parte do potencial turístico do Brasil e do Chile, o primeiro, amor por suas praias e clima; enquanto o segundo atrai apreciadores de vinho e os amantes da natureza A rota Santiago-São Paulo, oferecida pela SKY, a melhor companhia aérea de baixo custo América do Sul, completa um mês hoje (17.01). Embora a companhia aérea opere no país desde novembro de 2018, a rota para São Paulo foi a última rota a ser implementada e os números são encorajadores, de acordo com relatórios da SKY. “O Brasil é um mercado com significativo potencial de desenvolvimento para nós, dada a relação entre os dois países. Além disso, o Chile e o Brasil também se reforçam mutuamente do ponto de vista turístico, porque os chilenos gostam das praias do Brasil e os brasileiros, da neve; portanto, esperamos que nossos voos mantenham e até mesmo excedam a taxa de ocupação estimada ", disse o CEO da SKY, Holger Paulmann. A alta demanda por voos é justificada, já que o Chile é um país atraente para brasileiros não só pela proximidade, mas também por ser um país cheio de história, boa gastronomia e vinhos. Além disso, são as paisagens naturais de norte a sul, como a Cordilheira dos Andes, o Deserto do Atacama e as Torres del Paine, entre outros. Os brasileiros que gostam de vinho, por exemplo, podem, a pouco mais de três horas voo, visitar as vinícolas e experimentar as melhores produções do chamado "Novo Mundo". Para quem prefere esquiar no inverno, o Chile é líder em esportes de neve de inverno reconhecidos a pouco mais de uma hora de Santiago. "Nosso principal objetivo é democratizar os céus com passagens acessíveis a todos; tornar o transporte aéreo um espaço de inclusão em toda a América do Sul”, disse Paulmann. As rotas para o Brasil são operadas com a nova frota de aeronaves A320neo, a mais nova e moderna de uma companhia aérea de baixo custo na América do Sul. Estas aeronaves destacam-se por sua eficiência no consumo de combustível, segurança e menor impacto no meio ambiente. Atualmente, a companhia aérea eleita a melhor low cost da América Latina oferece seis voos semanais para o Rio de Janeiro (todos os dias menos às terças-feiras), a partir de Santiago. Para Florianópolis, são quatro voos semanais (às terças, quintas, sábados e domingos), saindo de Santiago. E para São Paulo, mais cinco, totalizando 15 voos semanais, conectando o Brasil ao Chile. This press release was sourced from SKY Airline on 16-Jan-2019. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/rota-santiago-so-paulo-de-sky-supera-as-expectativas-no-primeiro-ms-de-operao-456312
  4. 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 and we have seen equally strong demand from passengers travelling in the other direction, forging ever greater tourism and business links”. According to OAG, LATAM Airlines Chile operates Santiago-Auckland-Sydney service daily.
  5. https://blueswandaily.com/sydney-south-america-options-for-corporates-improve-as-latam-airlines-adds-nonstop-services/ May 15, 2019 SANTIAGO SYDNEY LATAM Airlines has unveiled plans to launch three weekly nonstop flights from Santiago to Sydney in Nov-2019. The Chile-based airline group currently serves Sydney with a daily flight via Auckland and plans to continue to operate Santiago-Auckland-Sydney four times per week after the new nonstop option is launched. Highlights: LATAM Airlines plans to upgrade three of its seven weekly Sydney flights from one-stop via Auckland to nonstop from Nov-2019; Corporates will now have the flexibility of nonstop Sydney-Santiago flights every day of the week virtually year-round when also factoring in the existing nonstop service from LATAM partner Qantas; Santiago is the only nonstop destination in Latin America from Sydney – as well as from Melbourne – but connections are available throughout the region using LATAM’s hub. Qantas is currently the only airline operating nonstop services between Santiago and Sydney. It operates the route with three to five weekly flights depending on the time of year. As Qantas and LATAM are codeshare partners, the new LATAM-operated nonstop service will provide customers a daily product most of the year. This is particularly important for corporates, who appreciate the flexibility of a nonstop flight every day of the week. Sydney-Santiago is not a huge corporate market but Santiago can act as a gateway to rest of Latin America including economic powerhouse Brazil. Santiago is LATAM’s main hub, resulting in quick one-stop connections from Sydney to destinations throughout the region. LATAM has not yet set a launch date or begun tickets sales for Santiago-Sydney nonstops but has stated the new service will launch in Nov-2019. While the new nonstop Sydney flights will increase its nonstop seat capacity from Australia the increase will be relatively minor because the airline is reducing capacity to Melbourne. The airline is cutting Melbourne-Santiago from five to three weekly flights in Aug-2019. It is further reducing Melbourne-Santiago capacity in Oct-2019 as it downgauges the route from 313-seat 787-9s to 247-seat 787-8s. LATAM launched Melbourne in Oct-2017 and initially operated the service three times weekly with 787-9s. It added two 787-9 frequencies in Dec-2018, resulting in five frequencies and 1,565 weekly one-way seats. The new thrice weekly 787-8 schedule for Santiago-Melbourne will generate only 741 weekly one-way seats, representing a 53% reduction compared to the current schedule and a 21% reduction compared to the first year of the Melbourne-Santiago operation. LATAM uses a mix of the 787-8s and 787-9s on the Santiago-Auckland-Sydney route depending on the time of year. It currently deploys 787-8s (based on May-2019 schedules) and the last couple of years has deployed -8s in the off-peak southern winter months and -9s the rest of the year. Qantas currently uses 364-seat 747-400s on its Sydney-Santiago flights. However, Qantas is phasing out its 747 fleet in 2020 which will likely result in the route being downgauged to 236-seat 787-9s in the next year, but it could add frequencies to Santiago as it switches to the smaller twin-engined type. It would be sensible for Qantas to at least introduce a fourth weekly flights during the off-peak winter months of May, June, August and September instead of the current schedule of three frequencies during this period. The additional flight would give Qantas and LATAM a combined daily schedule for this period and hence a daily year-round product. However, LATAM’s launch of nonstop services on the Santiago-Sydney route could prompt Qantas to decide against adding a significant number of frequencies. A year-round 787-9 product of four weekly flights with a fifth frequency during peak periods would result in about a 30% reduction in Qantas capacity compared to the current schedule but Qantas-LATAM combined nonstop capacity would be up by over 20%. LATAM configures its 787-9s with 30 lie flat business seats and 283 economy seats, including 51 extra legroom economy seats. Its 787-8s also have 30 lie flat business class seats but only 247 economy seats. LATAM does not have a premium economy product. Its business product on the 787 is in a relatively tight 2x2x2 configuration while economy is in the standard 3x3x3 configuration. Qantas’ 787-9s have 42 lie flat business class seats in the more preferred 1x2x1 configuration. Its 787-9s also have 28 premium economy seats in a 2x3x2 configuration and 166 economy seats in 3x3x3 configuration. The 747-400 Qantas now uses on the Santiago route has 58 lie flat business class seats, 36 premium economy seats and 270 economy seats.
  6. MIAMI — Spanish carrier Iberia has announced massive expansion plans to its Latin American network, which is already the most significant in the airline’s worldwide coverage. The carrier will increase frequencies on its flights between Madrid (MAD), Buenos Aires (EZE), and Mexico City (EZE). Iberia currently operates 254 flights per week across 16 countries in Latin America, with MEX and EZE being one of its busiest routes. BUENOS AIRES, MEXICO CITY From October 27, Buenos Aires will increase frequencies from 14-weekly flights to 17. The Spanish flag carrier has served the Argentinean capital city since 1946. The additional flights will be operated by the airline’s brand-new Airbus A330-200s, which come with a two-class configuration of 19 seats in Business and 269 in Economy. These extra three flights will provide a 90,000-seat increase, adding up to 625,000 seats per year. Iberia is also incrementing to 17 flights per week to MEX, which is also operating on a 14 times per week basis at the moment. This will kick in for the 2018/19 Winter season, which is three additional flights as compared to the previous year. The three flights will offer an additional 30,000 seats per year on the route, offering a 13% increase overall. Iberia has operated this route since 1950. The existing Mexico City flights are operated with the airline’s largest aircraft—the Airbus A340-600, which offers room for 36 people in Business, 23 in Premium Economy and 300 in Economy. The A340-600 will continue operating the three additional flights. SANTIAGO, SAN JUAN, RIO DE JANEIRO, GUATEMALA On top of these increments, Iberia is also adding flights to Santiago de Chile (SCL), from one daily flight to 10 services per week. Rio de Janeiro will also see an addition from four to five times per week, together with San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU), where 24% more seats will be on offer to fliers. Finally, on October 1, the carrier will be flying daily to Guatemala City (GUA), which is only operating on a four times per week basis. This is good news for Iberia as the Latin American market remains strong, it means that they do not have to focus into any other current markets at this time. As the carrier continues to receive its new Airbus A350-900 aircraft, the airline’s network might continue to expand further. Iberia took delivery in late-June the first of 16 A350s that the carrier is due to receive over the next three years, with the final delivery expected to be completed by 2021 respectively. https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/iberia-upgauges-presence-in-latin-america-details/
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