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"Our customers will continue to have nonstop flights on American to destinations they’ve always loved to travel to, including Rio, Manaus, Sao Paulo and Brasilia."

"Our new MIA to GIG flight will operate on a Boeing 787-8 — one of our first 787 aircraft operating out of MIA beginning next year."

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2 minutes ago, MRN said:

"Our new MIA to GIG flight will operate on a Boeing 787-8 — one of our first 787 aircraft operating out of MIA beginning next year."

Pelo jeito vão começar a basear alguns 788 firmemente em MIA, o voo pra MVD tbm passará a ser operado por esse equipamento. Fim definitivo da era do 763.

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20 minutes ago, Kal_Center said:

Pelo jeito vão começar a basear alguns 788 firmemente em MIA, o voo pra MVD tbm passará a ser operado por esse equipamento. Fim definitivo da era do 763.

Será que a AA se anima em tornar o GIG JFK "year-round" e a voltar com o segundo MIA GIG? 

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Ainda não tem avião pra fazer tudo isso

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como será que fica o BSB-MIA?

Operado tanto pela AA quanto pela G3

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56 minutes ago, boulosandre said:

Será que a AA se anima em tornar o GIG JFK "year-round" e a voltar com o segundo MIA GIG? 

Tá na reportagem que o segundo MIA GIG volta e aparentemente year round.

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Com esse acordo eu consigo enxergar o GIG-JFK voltando a médio prazo e o GIG-DFW mais a longo prazo, ainda mais que agora o GIG é conectado com MEA pela Gol, talvez faça sentido outro voo para o Texas. 

Lembrando que esse codeshare ajuda a Gol a conseguir o desconto de ICMS no RJ. 

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1 hour ago, FCRO said:

como será que fica o BSB-MIA?

Operado tanto pela AA quanto pela G3

 

Acredito que tenham plano A e B, pra volta ou não do MAX, ou seja, pra permanência ou não da GOL na rota.


Se a GOL voltar a voar BSB-> MIA/MCO de Max, permanece tudo como está.

Se a GOL se retirar, a AA deve passar a voar MIA-BSB de 763 oficialmente.

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Release oficial.  http://s21.q4cdn.com/616071541/files/doc_news/American-Airlines-and-GOL-Announce-Codeshare-Agreement-to-Offer-More-Daily-Service-Between-South-America-and-the-US-than-Any-Other-Ai-RSB2Q.pdf

American Airlines and GOL Announce Codeshare Agreement to Offer More Daily Service Between South America and the U.S. than Any Other Airline Partnership

 
Tuesday, February 04, 2020

American also increases service to MIA from six cities in the U.S.; adds second daily flight to Rio de Janeiro

FORT WORTH, Texas and RIO DE JANEIRO — American Airlines and GOL, Brazil’s largest airline, today announced a new reciprocal codeshare agreement, giving customers access to 20 new destinations in South America. American will also increase service from Miami (MIA) to Rio de Janeiro (GIG), adding a second daily flight this winter. The airline also plans to provide more opportunities to bring customers to Latin America through MIA by adding 12 flights from six U.S. cities.

American’s expansion in Miami and Latin America includes:

  • Service to new destinations in South America not currently served by American. These flights — operated by GOL — include service to Asuncion, Paraguay, and other destinations in Brazil.
  • GOL codeshare established on American routes in the United States, paired with frequent flier earning and redemption on both airlines soon after approval.
  • Increased flying out of MIA, including an additional flight from MIA to GIG during the peak winter months on a Boeing 787-8 — one of American’s first 787-8s operating out of MIA.
  • 12 more year-round, daily domestic frequencies, including increased flying from Nashville (BNA), Boston (BOS), Houston (IAH), Orlando (MCO), Raleigh-Durham (RDU) and Tampa (TPA) to MIA.

“We are proud of our strong presence in Latin America, which includes 170 daily flights to the region, Admirals Club lounges and dedicated Premium Guest Services teams in Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo,” said American Airlines President Robert Isom.

Codeshare to deliver significant customer benefits

After it is approved by authorities in the United States and Brazil, American and GOL’s new codeshare will allow customers to connect seamlessly to 53 GOL flights beyond GIG, Sao Paulo (GRU), Brasilia (BSB), Manaus (MAO) and Fortaleza (FOR).

“We have a long and rich history in South America, and this new relationship with GOL further enhances our presence in the region,” said Vasu Raja, Senior Vice President of Network Strategy. “Our customers will continue to have access to places they’ve always loved to travel to on American like Rio, Sao Paulo and Brasilia, and will gain access to new destinations on their wish list. We’ll continue to evaluate our network and seek strategic partnerships that benefit our customers and enhance our network.”

“As two of the leading airlines in Brazil and the U.S., GOL and American Airlines will offer the best experience for customers on the largest number of flights and destinations in the Americas”, said GOL CEO Paulo Kakinoff. “This will strengthen GOL’s presence in international markets and accelerate our long-term growth.”

The new codeshare destinations in South America not currently served by American include Asuncion, Paraguay (ASU); Curitiba, Brazil (CWB) and Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil (IGU), pending government approvals. American anticipates GOL’s code to be placed on select flights. The relationship will allow for future frequent flyer redemption and accrual during the first half of 2020.

“GOL and American Airlines will now offer the most convenient flights between South America and the United States,” said Eduardo Bernardes, Vice President of Commercial and Marketing at GOL. “We have strengthened our presence in major airports to better serve our customers. The codeshare partnership will soon increase to more than 30 destinations in the U.S.”

Largest airline in Miami adds even more flying, more connections to Latin America

American recently set a record at its MIA hub by carrying 30.3 million passengers last year. The airline plans to carry more passengers this summer, adding 12 new flights from six cities across the U.S.:

  • Nashville, Tennessee (BNA)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • Orlando, Florida (MCO)
  • Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (RDU)
  • Tampa, Florida (TPA)

All new flights will be operated daily on mainline aircraft, with optimal flight times for connections to Latin America and the Caribbean from MIA. American already increased flights from Austin, Texas (AUS), with one additional flight, and New York City (JFK), with three additional flights, to MIA starting summer 2020.

“As the hometown airline in Miami, we look forward to welcoming more business and leisure customers to sunny South Florida or to connect them to places like Montevideo, where we’re the only airline in the market,” Raja said. “We will continue to meet growing demand in Latin America with strategic partnerships and more service.”

As American partners with GOL and increases service to MIA, the airline is also adding a second daily flight from MIA to GIG during the peak winter season from Jan. 7 through March 28. Flights will operate on the state-of-the-art Boeing 787-8, for a new total of 507 seats per day between MIA and GIG, including 57 seats in Flagship Business and 52 in Premium Economy.

Market Current Frequency Summer 2020 Frequency Increase Aircraft
Nashville, Tennessee (BNA) 3 4 1 Boeing 737-800
Boston (BOS) 7 8 1 737-800
Houston (IAH) 5 6 1 737-800
Orlando, Florida (MCO) 7 12 5 737-800
757
Airbus A319
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (RDU) 3 5 2 A319
737-800
Tampa, Florida (TPA) 6 8 2 737-800
A319
Total 31 43 12  

The leader to Latin America

American has served Latin America since 1942 and currently employs more than 3,300 team members, with four flight attendant bases in the region: Bogota, Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima. American flies up to 170 daily flights to 55 destinations in 18 countries in Latin America, from eight hub airports, as well as from Boston (BOS). The airline recently announced increased service on the heels of celebrating Miami’s 30th anniversary as its leading Latin America hub. The new service includes more daily flights to Lima, Peru (LIM), beginning April 7; increased service to Santiago, Chile (SCL); and an additional flight to GRU beginning winter 2020. Those new flights are available for purchase now.

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AA vai aposentar os 16 últimos 767s até o final de 2021.

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37 minutes ago, VictorHugoBrando said:

Com esse acordo eu consigo enxergar o GIG-JFK voltando a médio prazo e o GIG-DFW mais a longo prazo, ainda mais que agora o GIG é conectado com MEA pela Gol, talvez faça sentido outro voo para o Texas. 

Lembrando que esse codeshare ajuda a Gol a conseguir o desconto de ICMS no RJ. 

788 alternando com 772 pode ser ideal na rota de JFK. Mas me parece que os 788 não estão baseados em NY. O 788 vai voar (ou já está) entre DFW-EZE. Acho que em pouco tempo pode aparecer esse voo mesmo, 3/4vps de 788. SCL se nak me engano é 788 p/ DFW. Vamos torcer. RJ muito mal servido p/ EUA. 

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Eu disse em outro tópico, com a queda dos yields pra Am. Latina, porque AA viu que é +negócio avião cheio,  a tendência é de 77W virar 777, e 777 virar 788/9, devido aos CASK +baixos.

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38 minutes ago, TheJoker said:

Increased flying out of MIA, including an additional flight from MIA to GIG during the peak winter months on a Boeing 787-8 — one of American’s first 787-8s operating out of MIA.

Pelo que está mencionado acima, o segundo MIA GIG só nos meses de pico do verão Brasileiro. Dependendo do resultado, a AA pode vir a manter depois, assim como deve fazer com o terceiro MIA GRU.

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41 minutes ago, TheJoker said:

Service to new destinations in South America not currently served by American. These flights — operated by GOL — include service to Asuncion, Paraguay, and other destinations in Brazil.

Aqui entra a extensa malha da Gol em GRU, principalmente, inclusive com a adição de ASU.

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E AA não tem intenção de abrir novas rotas por enquanto, CNF/SSA/REC/FOR vão ser atendidas pelo codeshare com a G3.

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Para o GIG foi ótima essa saída da Latam da parceria com a AA

A American tem uma posição bem consolidada em São Paulo , e penso que pode se dar ao luxo de mirar mais nos outros mercados , coisa que a Latam não podia mais fazer, especialmente no Rio

 

o JFKGIG já está carregado no Winter 20/21 e penso que agora a American tem os ingredientes pra voltar com o voo year-round e espero que se anime em fazer uma perna diurna no novo MIAGIG - ajuda a reduzir custo 

 

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3 hours ago, FCRO said:

como será que fica o BSB-MIA?

Operado tanto pela AA quanto pela G3

Ainda não tem S20, atualizado em 24/01

H G37748 03FEB29FEB 1204060 18673H 1000PUJMIA J     4 vps
H G37748 02MAR17MAR 1204060 18673H 1000MIAMIA J
H G37748 19MAR28MAR 1204060 18673H 1000MIAMIA J

H G37602 01JAN01MAR 1234567 18673H 0950PUJMCO J
H G37602 02MAR28MAR 1234567 18673H 0950MCOMCO J  diário

 

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MAO

H AA0964 19DEC06FEB 0004000 128319 0215MIAMIA J     diário
H AA0964 20DEC07MAR 1200567 128319 0215MIAMIA J
H AA0964 25DEC12FEB 0030000 128319 0215MIAMIA J      6 vps
H AA0964 08MAR08MAR 0000007 128319 0209MIAMIA J
H AA0964 09MAR28MAR 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J   5 vps

S20

H AA0964 29MAR09JUN 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J   volta a diário
H AA0964 01APR04JUN 0034000 128319 0115MIAMIA J
H AA0964 10JUN22OCT 0034000 128319 0115MIAMIA J
H AA0964 12JUN24OCT 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J

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13 minutes ago, TheJoker said:

MAO

H AA0964 19DEC06FEB 0004000 128319 0215MIAMIA J     diário
H AA0964 20DEC07MAR 1200567 128319 0215MIAMIA J
H AA0964 25DEC12FEB 0030000 128319 0215MIAMIA J      6 vps
H AA0964 08MAR08MAR 0000007 128319 0209MIAMIA J
H AA0964 09MAR28MAR 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J   5 vps

S20

H AA0964 29MAR09JUN 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J   volta a diário
H AA0964 01APR04JUN 0034000 128319 0115MIAMIA J
H AA0964 10JUN22OCT 0034000 128319 0115MIAMIA J
H AA0964 12JUN24OCT 1200567 128319 0115MIAMIA J

Impressão que dá é que vão arrumar um banco de conexões saindo de Manaus usando aeronaves vindas de FOR, BEL, BSB, GRU e GIG.

Bem que dá pra sonhar num MCO-MAO 3x ou 4x semanal, faz acordo com agências (rende ainda aqui em Manaus) ou até um MEX-MAO, tornando a perna BSB-MAO exclusivamente doméstica

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10 minutes ago, Kripuna said:

Impressão que dá é que vão arrumar um banco de conexões saindo de Manaus usando aeronaves vindas de FOR, BEL, BSB, GRU e GIG.

Bem que dá pra sonhar num MCO-MAO 3x ou 4x semanal, faz acordo com agências (rende ainda aqui em Manaus) ou até um MEX-MAO, tornando a perna BSB-MAO exclusivamente doméstica

Agora tem MAO-MCO pela G3

H G37606 21DEC28MAR 0000060 18673H 1615MCOMCO J  1 vps

H G37606 04APR24OCT 0000060 18673H 1615MCOMCO J

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dez19  G3 MAO-MCO 331 pagos  2 voos 94%    volta  114  2  32,4%

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2 hours ago, Kripuna said:

Impressão que dá é que vão arrumar um banco de conexões saindo de Manaus usando aeronaves vindas de FOR, BEL, BSB, GRU e GIG.

Bem que dá pra sonhar num MCO-MAO 3x ou 4x semanal, faz acordo com agências (rende ainda aqui em Manaus) ou até um MEX-MAO, tornando a perna BSB-MAO exclusivamente doméstica


Em todos esses anos de existência a GOL rechaçou a ideia dos voos pararem definitivamente em MAO, preferindo PUJ, SDQ e mesmo cogitando CCS há uns dez anos.
 

Nem com os MAXs ela optou por MAO, mas FOR e BSB.

Não vejo nenhum elemento conjuntural novo que possa sinalizar mudança de pensamento dela dessa estratégia.

 

Portanto: não, MAO não está sinalizada no radar da GOL pra Hub internacional, melhor tirar o cavalinho da chuva.
 

OBS.: acho uma excelente ideia mas ela nunca demonstrou o menor interesse nisso.

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Será que em GRU a Delta vai pro T3 e a AA pro T2? 

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49 minutes ago, Delmo said:


Em todos esses anos de existência a GOL rechaçou a ideia dos voos pararem definitivamente em MAO, preferindo PUJ, SDQ e mesmo cogitando CCS há uns dez anos.
 

Nem com os MAXs ela optou por MAO, mas FOR e BSB.

Não vejo nenhum elemento conjuntural novo que possa sinalizar mudança de pensamento dela dessa estratégia.

 

Portanto: não, MAO não está sinalizada no radar da GOL pra Hub internacional, melhor tirar o cavalinho da chuva.
 

OBS.: acho uma excelente ideia mas ela nunca demonstrou o menor interesse nisso.

Gostaria muito de saber o motivo das paradas para reabastecimento da GOL serem em Punta Cana e não em MAO.

Será que em PUJ o combustível é mais barato?

Não valeria a pena fazer uma escala em MAO e, ainda por cima, recolher passageiros?

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