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14 hours ago, A345_Leadership said:

Os A333 vieram na condição de tampão mesmo, agora no long haul talvez terão que decidir entre A330 ou B787, usando os A320 NEO para rotas longas no lugar do wide.

Pelo que vi, vai ser o Boeing 787. Talvez por ser mais novo.

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6 hours ago, Caravelle said:

Pelo que vi, vai ser o Boeing 787. Talvez por ser mais novo.

Sei lá, vão devolver um ou dois 787-8 junto com os A333. Parece que deve continuar no misto de 332 e 788, pois eu duvido muito que irão receber os 787-9 que foram produzidos e estocados.

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2 hours ago, A350-1041 said:

Sei lá, vão devolver um ou dois 787-8 junto com os A333. Parece que deve continuar no misto de 332 e 788, pois eu duvido muito que irão receber os 787-9 que foram produzidos e estocados.

Sempre foi estranho essa mini encomenda dupla de aeronaves de fabricantes diferentes fabricantes, A330 e B787-8/9 e A350 ( acho que a Synergy nunca transferiu o pedido pras AVB e AVC).

Um pedido maior de um dos 3 modelos já teria atendido ela por completo e quiçá por um preço melhor 

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Doméstico:

LIM-CUZ  3x Diários
LIM-AQP  -------------
LIM-CIX    ---------------
LIM-TRU -------------
LIM-PIU ---------------
LIM-IQT  --------------

Na verdade a unica rota que a Avianca parece operar no Peru (dom) é Cuzco, e a Latam é lider disparada na rota com mais de 15 voos diários (até 18).  Mesmo em novembro, a AV segue programando só 3 voos diários na rota. 

 


 

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15 hours ago, Luckert said:

Sempre foi estranho essa mini encomenda dupla de aeronaves de fabricantes diferentes fabricantes, A330 e B787-8/9 e A350 ( acho que a Synergy nunca transferiu o pedido pras AVB e AVC).

Um pedido maior de um dos 3 modelos já teria atendido ela por completo e quiçá por um preço melhor 

O Airbus A330-200 foi o carro-chefe da modernização e expansão internacional da Avianca no começo da década passada, substituindo os veteranos 767-300ER. Posteriormente, com o Boeing 787, a intenção foi novamente conduzir uma modernização (na Colômbia), somada a uma expansão internacional (com novos destinos europeus), e o crescimento de suas filiais e associadas, no mercado inter-regional, é tanto que mandou A332 subarrendado pra cá (Brasil) e baseou alguns em LIM, para voar especialmente em rotas na América do Sul (GRU, GIG, EZE, SCL). Quanto ao A330-300, foi um avião tampão, já que boa parte da frota de 787 ficou em terra por um bom tempo por causa dos motores. Sobre o A350, sempre foi para o Brasil; e o pedido foi cancelado posterior a falência da Oceanair. 

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Cheguei a voar o A330-300 MIA-BOG. Quando entrei vi que tinha algo diferente. As aeronaves eram da TransAsia Airways de Taiwan.

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On 5/11/2020 at 12:34 AM, LipeGIG said:

Por enquanto Malha para FEV/2021 (Avianca Peru)

LIM-MIA 2x diario A319/A320
LIM-GIG 1x diario A319
LIM-GRU 1x diario A320
LIM-EZE 1x diario A320
LIM-SCL 1x diario A320
LIM-UIO 1x diario A320
LIM-GYE 1x diario A319
LIM-MEX 1x diario A319
LIM-SJO 1x diario A320

Tudo cortado... eu não tinha capturado San Salvador

 

Avianca in recent inventory update filed changes on various service to/from Lima, including flights in 2021. As of 0715GMT 19MAY20, the Star Alliance carrier closed reservation on following routes.

Additional changes remain highly possible.

Lima – Buenos Aires 1 daily A320 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – Cuzco 3 daily A320 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – Guayaquil 1 daily A319 (Avianca Ecuador)
Lima – Mexico City 1 daily A319 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – Miami 2 daily A319/320 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – Quito 1 daily A320 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – Rio de Janeiro 1 daily A319 (Avianca Peru)
Lima – San Jose (Costa Rica) 1 daily A320 (Avianca Costa Rica)
Lima – San Salvador 2 daily A319/320 (TACA)
Lima – Santiago de Chile 1 daily A319 (Avianca Costa Rica)
Lima – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily A320 (Avianca Peru)

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Avianca to Continue Operations During Reorganization Process

Avianca to Continue Operations During Reorganization Process
 

MIAMI – Avianca Holdings (AV) has announced today that it received final approval by the US Bankruptcy Court of New York to keep its business operational amid its reorganization process.

In a statement, AV CEO, Anko van der Werff said that most of the company’s ’first day’ motions were approved to continue operating with the goal of emerging as a highly competitive and successful carrier in the Americas.

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GRANTED NETWORK CONDITIONS FOR AV


Having filed for Chapter 11 a month ago, the company and its subsidiaries were given today the green light to keep business as usual, flying customers through its network.

Additionally, the airline’s LifeMiles program will continue to be available for passengers to accrue miles and purchase tickets.

Regarding these approvals, CEO Van der Werff said in a statement that AV is pleased to continue moving forward in its reorganization process.

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THIRD PARTIES PAYMENTS AND OBLIGATIONS MUST CONTINUE


For carrying network operations, the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York demanded that the carrier respects its pre-petition and ongoing obligations owed to third parties.

As a result, the company will continue paying its vendors, suppliers, travel agency partners, interline and codeshare partners since the filing process began and in ordinary course.

The Court decision also specifies that AV must pay accrued and ongoing pre-petition taxes and fees alongside insurance and surety bond obligations.

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AVIANCA 2021 PLAN STILL ON THE TABLE


As various AV’s core intentions were granted during its reorganization, the financial challenges of carrying forward Avianca’s 2021 plan was also addressed in the petition.

On May 10, AV CEO had already said that achieving this goal had been one of the reasons to enter into a reorganization process.

The carrier had positive initial results on the plan by redesigning its network with 130 routes to 76 destinations in 27 countries, launching “branded fares” as a new pricing model in the process.

However, grounded operations and imposed travel restrictions in Mid-March led AV to lose revenue by over 80%, straining its cash reserves and compelling it to file for Chapter 11.

For the future and beyond the business restructuring, Van der Werff said that the airline would continue to focus on productive engagement with key stakeholders and interested parties once travel restrictions are lifted.

https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/av-continues-operations-amid-reorganization-process/

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Essa malha nova representa quanto em relação a anterior ao Chapter 11?

Sei que já tinham reduzido muitas rotas em 2019, mas será que ainda assim iriam reduzir 30%, vide Latam? 
 Será que com tantas aeronaves sobrando,  Latam não invista lá no Colômbia esse excedente? ( sei que a demanda evaporou, mas isso para 2021)

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Devolvidos

Airbus A330 -343 1357 N803AV Avianca Colombia ferried 24jun20 MDE-HAM on return to Goal Aviation Leasing ex B-22101
Airbus A330 -343 1378 N804AV Avianca Colombia ferried 20jun20 MDE-HAM on return to Goal Aviation Leasing ex B-22102
Airbus A321 -231 6294 D-AAAM Goal Aviation Leasing N-reg canx 16jun20, Avianca cs, prior ferry HAM-ETMN for storage ex M810AV
ATR 72 ‑212A(600) 1196 HK-5324 Avianca Colombia ferried 22-24jun20 BOG-SJO-BRO-BYH on return to lessor (+ 1199 HK-5323 ex TG-TRF) ex TG-TRE
ATR 72 ‑212A(600) 1231 HK-5109 Avianca Colombia ferried 23-25jun20 MDE-SJO-BRO-BYH on return to lessor ex F-WWEF

https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1446029&sid=c43a40201b5ca63e471f2c664497eadb&start=50

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Nordholz / Sea-Airport Cuxhaven/Nordholz (FCN / ETMN)
Germany - July 11, 2020

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Unimpressed By DIP Financing Plan, Bancolombia Terminates Coverage of Avianca
Posted On August 19, 2020By : Loren Moss


Yesterday, Bancolombia issued an analysis of Avianca’s proposed DIP financing plan and reiterated both its sell position on any securities, along with a notice that it would no longer be covering the Colombian airline going forward. Already delisted from the NYSE (AVH), the bankrupt airline has also ceased trading on Colombia’s BVC stock exchange (BVC:PFAVH).

The Medellín based bank, Colombia’s largest, offered 3 justifications for its decision:

  • United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) decided in the first quarter of this year, to write off its $456 million USD loan to BRW Aviation collateralized by Avianca stock.
  • Avianca’s net assets at the end of Q2 were negative $355 million USD,
  • Under Avianca’s presented DIP financing plan, the B Tranche financing of $700 million USD will be convertible into stock in 2022 diluting any residual value left to current shareholders.

Furthermore, the bank expressed doubts that the DIP financing and associated reorganization plan would even be successful, as it depends on authorizations from various entities that have not been obtained and is subject to restrictions.

2020’s economic conditions combined with the travel restrictions and COVID-19 Pandemic make it an uncertain time even for solvent airlines, so much more challenging for financially weak airlines such as Avianca.

“We consider that the likelihood that Avianca’s stock has any tangible value is significantly low.”—Bancolombia

Bancolombia makes the observations that according to Avianca’s DIP financing plan, the airline seeks to add an additional $1.2 billion USD, bringing the total debt to $1.989 billion. Most Avianca 2023 bondholders such as United Airlines & Kingsland Holdings have decided to cede the guarantees of their former debt to the new debt in order to encourage other investors to participate in the DIP financing.

Tranche A debt is targeted at $1.289 billion, with the Tranche B being $700 million convertible into stock in 2022.

Avianca has also negotiated a path to retake complete ownership of its Lifemiles loyalty program, part of which was sold off to raise capital three years ago under the airline’s previous management team, controlled by South American magnate Germán Efromovich.

Termination of coverage

“In conclusion, in view of the different shareholder market signals mentioned in investor considerations, the high risk of investing in a chapter 11 company the difficult conditions of the air sector, we have decided to finalize the fundamental coverage of Avianca which was (already) under review.”—Bancolombia

https://www.financecolombia.com/unimpressed-by-dip-financing-plan-bancolombia-terminates-coverage-of-avianca/

 

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