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Ainda é especulação...

https://www.corriere.it/economia/aziende/21_settembre_30/ita-accordo-miliardario-airbus-compra-28-aerei-nuovi-ne-noleggia-altri-31-453a3dfa-220b-11ec-bc6c-99e19555fe91.shtml

I jet in leasing

Tra i 56 aerei in leasing 13 saranno di lungo raggio — «fra i quali anche gli Airbus A350-900» — e 43 di breve e medio raggio, sempre tra A220 e A320neo. «La compagnia dimezzerà da dodici a sei il numero di lessor che la accompagneranno nel processo di rinnovamento e ampliamento della flotta», chiarisce la nota. I primi nuovi jet «entreranno in flotta dalla fine del primo trimestre 2022» e «a fine 2025 il 70% della flotta di Ita sarà composta da aerei di nuova generazione» su un totale di 105 esemplari. «La scelta di un unico fornitore consente di superare i limiti di flessibilità nella gestione dell’equipaggio e di ottenere una maggiore efficienza nella fornitura dei pezzi di ricambio degli aeromobili e nelle attività di manutenzione».

 

Era melhor ficar só no 339, o 359 é muito caro pro mercado que ela atende.

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A Itália é uma tragédia. Impressionante. Os Argentinos pegaram essa herança, e elevaram na terceira potência. 

Italia Transporto Aereo (ITA)   A New Alitalia Is Born, and Its Name is Ita By Giacomo Robortaccio - October 10, 2020 MIAMI – After months of long negotiations, political deals, and tot

E eu pensado que a notícia fosse sobre a aérea da Itapemirim. 

https://airleasecorp.com/press/air-lease-corporation-announces-lease-placement-of-31-new-airbus-aircraft-with-ita

 

 

September 30, 2021 – Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) announced today that ITA, the new national airline of Italy, has agreed to lease 31 new ALC aircraft consisting of 15 A220s, two A320neos, nine A321neos and five A330-900neos on long-term lease from ALC’s orderbook with Airbus.  The 31 aircraft will deliver to the airline progressively beginning in the second half of 2022 through early 2025. 

In addition to these 31 ALC Airbus aircraft, ITA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus for the purchase of 28 new aircraft: 10 Airbus A330neo aircraft for long-haul flights, seven Airbus A220 family regional jets and 11 Airbus A320neo family aircraft (deliveries for the latter to start after the completion of the business plan).

Overall, ITA will lease a total of 56 new Airbus aircraft over the course of the plan (13 long-haul jets, including the ultra-modern Airbus A350-900, and 43 short and medium-haul aircraft).

“Air Lease Corporation is pleased and proud to be the launch Lessor for ITA to supply the new airline 31 new Airbus jet aircraft, including the most modern A220 and A320/321neo family jets, as well the latest environmentally friendly widebody aircraft on long-term operating leases from ALC’s orderbook.  These transactions will allow ITA to operate the most technologically advanced new aircraft to cover ITA’s European and Intercontinental route network with great efficiency,” said Steven F. Udvar-Házy, Executive Chairman of Air Lease Corporation.  “We look forward to a long-term successful partnership,” he said.

The Executive Chairman of ITA, Alfredo Altavilla, said: “The strategic partnership with Airbus and ALC is crucial for ITA to jumpstart our Business Plan aiming at achieving our targets of a new environmental-friendly fleet with significantly lower operating and leasing costs.  I want to thank both Christian Scherer, CCO of Airbus, and Steven F. Udvar-Házy, Executive Chairman of Air Lease Corporation, for their trust in the future of our brand-new airline.” 

“ITA has done a thorough clean sheet aircraft evaluation and has chosen Airbus across all segments.  This is very gratifying and a testimony of the great value of the Airbus product range.  It sets a benchmark in driving the decarbonization and efficiency agenda.  From the start, we have been working closely with ITA, listening carefully to their requirements.  Today we are proud and grateful to be alongside ITA in building its future together.  Grazie Mille!" said Christian Scherer, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer and Head of Airbus International.

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Até que é interessante o planejamento da frota, apesar de achar o A321 demais para a malha da ITA.

O A359 é de fato muito avião para a empresa, melhor trazer mais A339.

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6 hours ago, A345_Leadership said:

Até que é interessante o planejamento da frota, apesar de achar o A321 demais para a malha da ITA.

O A359 é de fato muito avião para a empresa, melhor trazer mais A339.

Muito avião. Mais negócio ter A339 e mais frequências para destinos com alta rentabilidade como EZE, GRU, JFK e NRT. E o hub de long haul, será mesmo apenas FCO e MXP apenas para JFK e NRT? 

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https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2021-10-01/alitalia-successor-ita-picks-airbus-future-fleet

 

October 1, 2021

by Cathy Buyck

Italia Trasporto Aereo (ITA), the new Italian airline scheduled to replace Alitalia on October 15, plans to operate a single fleet of Airbus jets on its short-, medium-, and long-haul networks. The new airline will buy 28 jets directly from Airbus and acquire 56 aircraft from six lessors, including 31 under a deal with Air Lease Corporation (ALC), it confirmed Thursday.

“ITA has done a thorough clean-sheet aircraft evaluation and has chosen Airbus across all segments. It sets a benchmark in driving the decarbonization and efficiency agenda,” commented Christian Scherer, Airbus's chief commercial officer and head of Airbus International. “From the start, we have been working closely with ITA, listening carefully to their requirement,” he said.

Management and consultants involved in ITA’s launch always made clear that they would not duplicate Alitalia’s diverse fleet and that the new airline would work with a single supplier to achieve flexibility in crew management and obtain greater efficiency in the supply of aircraft spare parts and maintenance activities. While Alitalia operated mainly A320 family aircraft and A330s, its fleet also included some Embraer E-Jets and Boeing 777s.

The memorandum of understanding with Airbus covers 10 A330neos for intercontinental routes, 11 A320neos, and a mix of seven A220-100s and -300s for short and medium-haul routes, both domestic and international. The airline did not release details of the ALC agreement; the lessor’s executive chairman, Steven F Udvar-Hazy, said only that the arrangement includes “the most modern A220 and A320/321neo family jets, as well the latest environmentally friendly widebody aircraft.” The 31 airliners are on long-term operating leases from ALC’s order book.

Overall, ITA plans to lease 56 new Airbuses, including A350-900s, among 13 long-haul jets. It emphasized that the leases come with “significantly more favorable economic conditions than those applied to Alitalia” and that it cut the number of lessors from 12 at Alitalia to six. ITA did not disclose the names of the other five leasing companies with which it concluded agreements.

“The strategic partnership with Airbus and ALC is crucial for ITA to jumpstart our business plan aiming at achieving our targets of a new environmental-friendly fleet with significantly lower operating and leasing costs,” said ITA executive chairman Alfredo Altavilla.

The first new jets will enter the fleet from the end of the first quarter of 2022; at the end of 2025, 70 percent of ITA's fleet will consist of new-generation aircraft out of a total of 105 units, the company said in a statement.

ITA will start with 52 airplanes inherited from Alitalia. However, the start-up has not yet presented a livery as it remains unsure whether its bid to acquire the Alitalia logo and brand will prove successful. Alitalia’s extraordinary administrators are asking €290 million ($336 million) for the brand and logo, a price that ITA finds too high.

The investment in new aircraft follows the European Commission’s decision last month that Italy’s €1.35 billion ($1.57 billion) capital injections in ITA are in line with market conditions and therefore do not amount to state aid under EU rules. It also found that ITA is not the economic successor of Alitalia and, hence, doesn’t have to repay the €900 million in illegal state aid received by Alitalia in 2017.

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9 minutes ago, TheJoker said:

Ninguém quer pagar EUR 270 milhões em uma marca cansada. 

Tudo bem que foi há 23 anos, mas a marca Pan Am foi vendida por menos de U$$ 5 milhões.

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Desculpe a repetição, a Azul ou LATAM tinha que entrar nesta rota, melar os planos da ITA.

- A ITA não é conhecida pelo público;

- Quem conhece vai ficar p. da vida porque não tem mais o MilleMiglia;

- Vão querer já rasgar dinheiro em fazer dumping?

- Não perde apenas GRU, mas EZE e GIG, que pode ser atendida tanto pela LATAM quanto pela Azul;

- Em tempos pandêmicos, 2x por semana está ótimo.

 A única questão que não é se a Itália abriu as fronteiras para o Brasil.

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On 04/10/2021 at 14:03, TheJoker said:

Vai ser ITA mesmo, ninguém quer pagar pela marca AZ.

https://www.corriere.it/economia/aziende/21_ottobre_04/alitalia-prima-asta-deserta-il-marchio-ora-via-ribassi-c5c15310-252a-11ec-807b-86d461d54829.shtml

 

DL e LH estão negociando acordos/alianças com a ITA.

 

Eu acho que vão esperar baixar o preço. Apesar de tudo, é uma marca emblemática.

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https://www.itaspa.com/content/itaspa/itaspa-pl/en/fly-ita/news-and-activities/news/economy-offers.html

 

AZ / ITY - Callsign ITARROW

 

O caso da marca
O ponto crucial da marca Alitalia permanece. Numa primeira fase, o concurso para a venda - com um preço base de 290 milhões de euros - foi abandonado. A segunda fase está em andamento. O Ita, por meio do presidente Alfredo Altavilla, não escondeu o fato de que também existe um "plano B" caso a marca não acabe no newco. De qualquer forma, “fizemos o que tínhamos que fazer - esclarece Lazzerini -, não podemos dizer o quê, mas fizemos alguma coisa, tomamos as nossas decisões. As datas da decisão do leilão da marca estão próximas da nossa saída e não concordamos com o preço inicial ”, argumenta o presidente do Itaú. “Amanhã (domingo, 10 de outubro, ed) começaremos a nos comunicar com o spot de anúncio da empresa - ele antecipa -, somos obrigados a começar com um vídeo sem marca porque ainda não sabemos o nosso nome, vocês saberão no dia 15 de outubro " “A marca é histórica e conhecida, tem prós e contras, com uma história gloriosa, mas também alguns obstáculos”.

https://www.corriere.it/economia/aziende/21_ottobre_09/ita-lazzerini-pronti-decollo-15-ottobre-si-sapra-se-ci-chiameremo-alitalia-378abdba-2904-11ec-b7b1-cee5d0ca7086.shtml

Parece que ainda pode um acordo para permanecer como Alitalia, ainda não há uma definição sobre o nome.

 

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O primeiro voo será no próximo dia 15, entre Roma e Milão.

Curiosidade e pergunta: a Itália é um país relativamente pequeno, portanto, qual o tempo de voo entre essas duas cidades?

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16 minutes ago, Leandrinho said:

O primeiro voo será no próximo dia 15, entre Roma e Milão.

Curiosidade e pergunta: a Itália é um país relativamente pequeno, portanto, qual o tempo de voo entre essas duas cidades?

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/az2044   +/- 50min

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35 minutes ago, raverbashing said:

Nah, acabou o teatrinho, marca recomprada por 90Mi https://www.agi.it/economia/news/2021-10-14/ita-aggiudica-marchio-alitalia-novanta-milioni-euro-14195149/

Pelo jeito a mesma lenga-lenga de sempre

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Alguém surpreso?

Alitalia - The Highlander Airlines.

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2 hours ago, raverbashing said:

Nah, acabou o teatrinho, marca recomprada por 90Mi https://www.agi.it/economia/news/2021-10-14/ita-aggiudica-marchio-alitalia-novanta-milioni-euro-14195149/

Pelo jeito a mesma lenga-lenga de sempre

 

Boa (e esperada) notícia!

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Alitalia, Once a Carrier of the Jet Set, Nears Its Last Flight
Pope’s airline says ‘arrivederci’ after Covid-19 dealtfinal blow to long-struggling company

Oct. 13, 2021 10:50 am ET
Eric Sylvers


MILAN—Alitalia, the airline that for years symbolized Italy’s postwar boom and la dolce vita, is slated to fly its last flight Thursday, after the Covid-19 pandemic delivered a final blow to a company propped up by the country’s governments for years.

The 75-year-old national flag carrier—which in the late 1960s was Europe’s third largest, behind British Airways and Air France —has been in an Italian version of bankruptcy protection since 2017. It hasn’t turned an annual profit in two decades, long struggling with competition from low-cost airlines and its own high-cost, and strike-prone, workforce. Those troubles have continued almost to the very end: A strike this week led to the cancellation of more than 100 flights.

Formed shortly after World War II, it became the unofficial carrier of a newly emerging jet set between the U.S. and Europe. In particular, it whisked Italian and American movie stars between Hollywood and Italian movie sets. Alitalia’s heyday coincided with the romanticization of Rome’s “sweet life“ in films such as Federico Fellini’s 1960 “La Dolce Vita.” Illustrious fliers included Sophia Loren, who once took part in advertising for the airline.

A succession of popes also used it as their airline of choice: Alitalia’s distinctive green and red tail-fin colors served as a backdrop for papal airport arrivals around the world. Pope Francis flew Alitalia last month from Rome to Hungary and then onto Slovakia.

Alitalia never adapted to the massive aviation industry deregulation that led to consolidation among big carriers and the emergence of low-cost carriers, analysts said.

Faster and faster trains also ate into the airline’s lucrative domestic market. Through all those headwinds, the Italian government served as an investor of last resort, stepping in recently with a series of bailouts and attempts to find new partners.

The Italian government has invested more than €10 billion, or about $11.6 billion, in Alitalia since 2008, according to Andrea Giuricin, an economics professor at Milan’s Bicocca University and chief executive of TRA Consulting. Alitalia declined to comment on the estimate.

In an attempt to turn the airline around, Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways, at one point a key shareholder, introduced training in 2016 to help flight attendants be more cordial. The airline refurbished airport lounges with different blends of coffee and pizza ovens and introduced new uniforms.

In 2012, Alitalia carried 25 million passengers, about 17% of the Italian market and roughly level with Ryanair Holdings PLC, Europe’s biggest budget carrier. By 2019, Ryanair carried almost twice as many passengers in Italy as Alitalia.

The coronavirus pandemic—which shut down air travel for months—delivered the knockout blow. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resisted calls for the government to step in again to rescue the airline.

Some of Alitalia’s assets, including 52 airplanes and most of its airport slots, as well as about a quarter of its employees, are being absorbed by a new airline that is set to make its first flight on Friday. Italia Trasporto Aereo is entirely owned by the Italian
government following a €720 million investment.

The Alitalia brand may also find a new home. The airline is trying to auction it off. No offers were made at a first auction that set an initial price of €290 million. ITA has said it wants the brand, but won’t pay more than about half that sum.

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