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Air Europa firma joint venture com Air France-KLM para operar na América Latina


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Por Anderson Masetto em

16/07/2019

 

Air Europa e Air France-KLM firmaram um acordo de joint venture para operar na América Latina. O acordo vem sendo negociado há alguns anos desde que a companhia espanhola ingressou na SkyTeam. A assinatura do acordo implica na abertura de novas rotas em destinos que as duas companhias já operam, como Brasil e Argentina.

A Air Europa já oferece 21 voos diretos entre a Europa e países da América Latina, além de outros 17 em code share com Aeromexico, Copa e Aerolineas Argentinas. A Air France-KLM voa para São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro e Fortaleza, tendo instituído, em parceria com a Gol, um hub na capital cearense.

A relação entre as duas companhias é antiga. Desde 2003 elas trabalham com acordos de code share em destinos da Europa. A relação ficou mais próxima em 2007, quando a Air Europa ingressou na aliança SkyTeam.

A Globalia foi a primeira empresa estrangeira a pedir autorização da Anac para voar em rotas domésticas no Brasil após a liberação de 100% de capital estrangeiro nas companhias que atuam no País.

https://www.mercadoeeventos.com.br/noticias/aviacao/air-europa-firma-joint-venture-com-air-france-klm-para-operar-na-america-latina/

Release oficial do AF-KL Group, essa notícia é antiga.

Roissy, Amstelveen, Madrid, 1st August 2018

Intended joint venture agreement between Air France-KLM and Air Europa

Enhanced cooperation for flights between Europe and Central and South America Air France-KLM and Air Europa intend to conclude a new joint venture agreement for their flights between Europe and Central and South America. This foreseen agreement will allow both to expand their offerings and enhance travel opportunities for their respective customers. For many years, both Air France and KLM have had a fruitful cooperation with Air Europa. The current partnership consists mainly of successful codeshare agreements between and beyond Paris and Amsterdam on the one hand and Madrid on the other. Air France and Air Europa started their code share cooperation in 2003 and currently cover 21 code share routes within Europe. KLM and Air Europa have been collaborating since 2002 and now operate 19 code share routes within Europe. In 2007, Air Europa also joined the SkyTeam Alliance. Both parties are currently conducting an integral analysis of a deeper and expanded cooperation, aiming at a joint venture agreement between Air France-KLM and Air Europa between Europe and Central/South America to strengthen the joint offer to customers. The complementarity of the respective networks from/to Central and South America will provide significant additional benefits for customers in the form of better connectivity, increased seat availability and a basis to launch new routes and direct flights between the two continents. Air France-KLM and Air Europa are in the midst of carrying out an in-depth legal analysis of the terms of this possible future agreement in order to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. “The deepening of our cooperation with Air Europa through a joint venture will provide a strong foundation for us to work even closer together in order to enhance our offer on routes between Europe and Central / South America. We are striving to even increase and improve our current leading role on these markets and offer our joint customers more benefits together with our long term partner Air Europa” said Frédéric Gagey, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Air France-KLM. “We are proud to be strengthening and expanding the successful relations we have with Air FranceKLM and to be working together as part of the new cooperation project between Europe and Central and South America. We are convinced that this new alliance will provide great benefits for both airlines as well as considerable advantages for our customers,” said Javier Hidalgo, Chief Executive Officer, Globalia.

https://www.airfranceklm.com/sites/default/files/cpafkl_jointventureux_final_vgb.pdf

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Apesar do pesares, a Air Europa é um bom ativo estratégico para aqueles que querem aumentar o poder nas rotas entre Europa e América do Sul.

Concordo. É a Skyteam com presença na Peninsula Iberica, o melhor local para cnxs em rotas entre os 2 continentes. Já há a TAP (Star Alliance) em LIS e a IB/Latam tb em MAD (Oneworld).

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Interessante. Vamos ver o que se divulga de decisões estratégicas.

 

Que cenários poderiamos prever, com o interesse na Globalia Brasil, com a parcria Gol-AFR-KLM etc.?

 

Vejo mais alinhado entre AF/KL e a UX.

 

A Globalia Brasil vai ser um negócio pequeno e complementar ao que tudo indica.

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