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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 racionalidad operativa, lo que le permitirá alcanzar un crecimiento más ordenado y, en palabras del documento mencionado, orientado «en función de las necesidades del mercado, y no de las necesidades de nuestra propia estructura.» Este documento, firmado por el presidente de la compañía, Pablo Ceriani, hace un resumen crudo y real de la situación de la aviación comercial en su conjunto: » La crisis mundial provocada por el COVID-19 ha impactado de lleno, y no sabemos cuánto durará esta situación. Todo indica que aún quedan varios meses críticos por delante; sin ingresos ni operaciones regulares, lo que significa un tremendo impacto para nuestra industria y la economía en general.» «Muchas aerolíneas en la región y en el mundo desaparecerán. Muchas otras ya están implementando planes de ajustes salvajes para intentar sobrevivir: reducciones o suspensiones en el pago de sueldos, despidos, devolución o cancelaciones de compras de aeronaves. Aerolíneas Argentinas y Austral no están ajenas a ese escenario.» En el documento mencionado se enumeran otras medidas muy importantes para la continuidad del negocio: Creación de una unidad de cargas: La idea de la compañía es aprovechar la experiencia adquirida tras las operaciones de vuelos especiales a Shanghai y anticipa un crecimiento del segmento de freighters tras la pandemia de COVID-19. El documento indica que la actividad del transporte de carga por vía aérea tiene condiciones laborales particulares, por lo que deberán acordarse modalidades específicas. Creación de una unidad de negocio enfocada en el mantenimiento: Un proyecto largamente demorado en la compañía y que había tenido un primer intento durante la gestión Malvido vuelve de la mano de la nueva gestión, bajo la lógica de utilizar la capacidad instalada de uno de los centros de mantenimiento más importantes de la región, con la idea de ser una unidad de provisión de servicios que realizará tareas de mantenimiento a la compañía y a terceros con su propio plan de negocios y objetivos de facturación. La idea se alinea a la situación de los grandes centros de mantenimiento globales, que funcionan como una empresa en sí misma. Para lograr establecer esta unidad, el documento afirma que se requiere reordenar la fuerza laboral disponible, redistribuir turnos y formar grupos de trabajo integrados, para cumplir así con los tiempos de parada que la industria considera competitivos a nivel internacional. En un marco más general, la compañía sostiene que es necesario «adaptar las condiciones de trabajo a los estándares de la industria, para competir en condiciones de igualdad con las compañías de la región. Esto implica revisar las cláusulas de los convenios que quedaron obsoletas e impiden tener una operación eficiente.» El documento también afirma que «La filosofía política de este gobierno es clara: La aerolínea de bandera es una herramienta fundamental de desarrollo económico, social y cultural del país» y que esta gestión «es la continuidad de aquella que condujo la compañía hasta diciembre de 2015.», en contraposición con la gestión del período 2015-2019, cuya política aerocomercial «tenía un claro objetivo: entregarle a la competencia nuestra participación en el mercado.» y bajo la cual «ningún problema de fondo fue solucionado. La improductividad general se mantuvo intacta y los números de la compañía empeoraron.» Se hace referencia directa a la operación del año 2019, en la que se indica que las pérdidas del período ascendieron a 680 millones de dólares. Y avisa que las pérdidas de este año serán aún mayores, pese a los esfuerzos por hacerlas decrecer. El documento señala que «El esfuerzo que el Estado Nacional realiza para sostener a la compañía está al borde de ser imposible» y que «Hoy la salud pública, la mitigación de la pobreza y la atención a los vulnerables son una prioridad indiscutible.» La carta cierra con una reflexión de Ceriani: «Si no logramos adoptar las mejores prácticas de la industria no tiene sentido crecer y el destino de la compañía no será el que soñamos, sino todo lo contrario. Las compañías que no se adaptan a las necesidades de sus tiempos, desaparecen. Seguramente, ese será el destino de Aerolíneas Argentinas si no estamos a la altura de la circunstancia. Está en nuestras manos el destino de nuestra línea aérea de bandera. Sacarla de esta situación y volver a llevarla a lo más alto es un trabajo de todas y todos.» https://aviacionline.com/2020/05/aerolineas-argentinas-y-austral-fusionan-sus-estructuras/
  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 opção para o mercado argentino. “O objetivo seria renovar a frota com a nova linha E195-E2, que se adapta ao mercado argentino. Não faz sentido mudar de uma frota própria para uma alugada”, afirmou Pablo Ceriani, presidente da Aerolíneas Argentinas. A companhia argentina detém atualmente 26 aeronaves E190, que chegaram a frota a partir de 2010, sendo operados pela subsidiária Austral Líneas Aéreas, especialmente em voo domésticos e internacionais de curto alcance. “Isso é loucura (vender os E190), porque a frota de jatos Embraer é uma parte importante dos ativos da empresa. É um orgulho para a Aerolíneas ser uma das maiores operadoras da Embraer no mundo”, comentou o executivo. A empresa emprega os atuais E190 em suas principais rotas domésticas, atendendo especialmente a mercados secundários, fundamentais para a malha da companhia aérea. “O Embraer 190 é uma aeronave muito versátil que permite operações que não podem ser feitas por uma aeronave maior”, completou.
  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-argentinas-ceo-carrier-was-left-in-one-of-the-worst-conditions-by-previous-government/ ____________________ E lá vamos nós...
  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 growing that Argentina’s former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner could challenge Mr Macri, and if her team were to win the election, her Peronist policies will likely become vastly different from those of her predecessor. Argentina is now home to three low cost or ultra low cost airlines Prior to Mr Macri taking office in 2015, Argentina was largely closed off to airline competition and its flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas enjoyed a solid wall of protection from Ms Kirchner’s government (and previous governments). Mr Macri allowed airlines to expand domestically and international operators to serve Argentina’s secondary market. Aspiring LCCs also received a break when the government lifted the long-standing fare floor in Argentina during the summer of 2018. Flybondi was the first fully fledged LCC to debut in Argentina when it launched operations in Jul-2018. The airline operates a fleet of five Boeing 737-800s on 13 domestic routes and one international route to Asunción in Paraguay (according to CAPA and OAG). Data from the Argentinian government show that Flybondi transported approximately 865,000 passengers from its debut to YE2018 and achieved a 6% share of the domestic market during that period. It marked one million passengers carried in Feb-2019. Norwegian Air Argentina launched flights in Oct-2018 and operates three Boeing 737s on seven domestic routes. JetSMART Argentina made its debut in Apr-2019 and operates three A320s on six domestic routes and one international route to Santiago, Chile. JetSMART Argentina is a subsidiary of JetSMART Chile, which ushered in the ULCC model in Chile during 2017. Although Aerolineas Argentinas and LATAM Airlines Argentina remain the market leaders within Argentina, the three low cost airlines represent approximately 15% of the country’s domestic ASKs. Percentage of domestic ASKs by airline for Argentina as of mid-May-2019 Source: CAPA - Centre for Aviation and OAG. Domestic airlines have more opportunity than international airlines serving Argentina. The country has been battling with currency devaluation that makes international travel unaffordable for many travellers. Government data show that international passenger levels fell year-on-year from Jun-2018 to Dec-2018, falling as much as 7% both in Oct-2018 and Nov-2018. Domestic passenger levels grew steadily in 2018, but there is little doubt that Argentina’s airlines battled weak yields. Argentina domestic passenger levels and year-on-year growth for 2018 Source: Argentina EANA. Likely that consolidation will eventually occur in Argentina's low cost sector There is not enough operating data available to draw conclusions about the performance of Argentina’s low cost start-ups, but Flybondi named a new CEO in early 2019 and Norwegian Air Argentina has sent mixed messages to the market, reportedly threatening to withdraw while also outlining plans to expand within Argentina in Sep-2019. Argentina has a population of close to 45 million residents, and there were 0.3 trips per capita in 2017. Similarly to Mexico, in Argentina there is an opportunity to convert bus passengers to air travel in Argentina. But Argentina likely cannot support three low cost airlines and two traditional carriers at this stage in its development. Although the low cost model in the country remains in its early stages, at some point consolidation will occur in Argentina’s low cost sector. There could be a new administration: a risk to liberal policies In addition to the currency devaluation, Argentina’s economy is contracting and inflation remains above 50%. Most international airlines operating to Argentina continue to see pressure on yields that is driven by the currency devaluation, and they do not foresee any meaningful improvement during 1H2019. Copa Airlines has said that it is planning flat capacity growth on its international routes in Argentina in 2019. Argentina’s tough economic conditions are also putting Mr Macri’s future in doubt. The country is holding elections in Oct-2019 and his approval rating have fallen, particularly after the securing of loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and his institution of unpopular austerity measures. Populist former President Ms Kirchner (actually running as Vice President, under what would surely be only a nominal President, former cabinet chief Alberto Fernandez) is in the midst of a corruption scandal, but it appears she could have momentum if she runs against Mr Macri. It is too early to determine the outcome of Argentina’s election and there are other candidates voicing their plans to run for president, but it is probably a safe bet that if Mr Macri loses the election many of his policies and initiatives will be rolled back – including his more liberalised aviation policy. There has never been any discussion about privatising Aerolineas Argentinas during Mr Macri’s tenure, but the airline has been forced to compete more evenly in both the international and domestic markets. That could also change under a new administration. Argentina's upcoming election could be a wildcard for its aviation sector In many ways, Argentina is a study in contrast. There’s a huge opportunity to stimulate air traffic in the country, but persistent economic turmoil makes it difficult to predict the long term success of the low cost model in the country. The upcoming presidential election in Argentina is a major wildcard for the country’s aviation sector, and although the start-ups will continue to persevere, the operating environment could significantly change. https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/argentina-lccs-at-risk-if-ms-kirchner-returns-473885
  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, after the Cristina Fernández de Kirchner administration nationalised the airline in 2008, paying a symbolic one peso (30 US cents). The airline was valued at US$832 million at the time, according to market estimates. The ruling is "a regrettable fact that could have been avoided", Aerolíneas Argentinas said in a statement. The trial began with audiences held in Washington in 2014. Argentina lodged a case against Marsans for selling a share in the litigations to the vulture fund Burford Capital, the same firm seeking damages for Argentina's re-nationalisation of YPF from Spain's Repsol in 2012. The ruling comes as campaigning for Argentina's October general and presidential elections intensifies. "When things are done poorly, we all pay", Macri government ally Laura Alonso, who heads the country's OA anti-corruption office, said in a tweet. https://www.batimes.com.ar/news/argentina/argentina-to-pay-us320m-in-damages-over-aerolineas-nationalisation-court.phtml
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