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Old September 16th, 2010, 09:07 AM   #221
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Reaally???

Thanks for this great news!

The company already had flew to Brazil fom 1983-1989
Royal Air Maroc {official thread} -

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Royal Air Maroc destinations
New Routes


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Old destinations of Royal Air Maroc

Terminated destinations

Africa

* Cape Verde - Sal
* Egypt - Alexandria, Sharm el-Sheikh
* Ethiopia - Addis Abeba
* Morocco - Tan-Tan, Tétouan
* Nigeria - Abuja
* Somalia - Mogadischu
* South Africa - Johannesburg

Asia

* Israel - Tel Aviv
* Jordania - Amman, Aqaba
* Kuwait
* Oman - Muscat
* Palestinian Territories - Gaza
* Saudi-Arabia - Medina
* Syria - Damascus
* United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi, Dubai

Europe

* Denmark - Copenhagen
* France - Basle/Mulhouse, Montpellier
* Germany - Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg
* Greece - Athens
* Ireland - Dublin
* Italy - Catania, Naples, Venice-Marco Polo
* Portugal - Porto
* Spain - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Seville, Valéncia
* Sweden - Stockholm-Arlanda
* United Kingdom - Manchester

North America

* Unites States - Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami

South America

* Brazil - Rio de Janeiro
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Old September 16th, 2010, 05:09 PM   #222
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Thanks for this great news!
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Old October 1st, 2010, 04:18 PM   #223
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Brazil´s International Destinations



Europe 14

Amsterdam
Barcelona
Frankfurt
Istanbul
Lisbon
London
Madrid
Milan
Moscow
Münich
Paris
Porto
Rome
Zurich

South America 14

Assuncion
Bogota
Buenos Aires
Caiena
Caracas
Ciudad del Este
Cordoba
Georgetown
Lima
Montevideo
Paramaribo
Rosario
Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Santiago

North America 12

Atlanta
Chicago
Dallas
Houston
Los Angeles
Mexico City
Miami
Newark|NYC
Orlando
San Francisco
Toronto
Washington

Central America 6

Bridgtown
Curaçao
Oranjestad
Panama City
Punta Cana
St.Marteen

Asia 5

Doha
Dubai
Seoul
Singapore
Tel Aviv


Africa 3

Johannesburg
Luanda
Praia
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Old October 5th, 2010, 06:42 PM   #224
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Singapore Airlines launch Sao Paulo in S11; Milan/Barcelona changes

20101003 by jimyvr

Singapore Airlines from 27MAR11 will be expanding its presence to Sao Paulo in Brazil, becoming the 6th Asian carrier to offer service in all 6 continents (Air China, Emirates, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines and QATAR Airways flies to all 6 continents).

From 27MAR11, it is operating 3 weekly Singapore – Barcelona – Sao Paulo with 777-300ER. With the launch, service to Barcelona and Milan Malpensa is being readjusted, in order to maintain Daily service.

The Star Alliance member is now accepting reservation at time this post goes to press (Monday Afternoon 04OCT10 Singapore time, same time when the schedule is loaded into the system). Schedule and adjustments as follows:

Singapore – Barcelona – Sao Paulo 3 weekly 777-300ER
SQ068 SIN0135 – 0915BCN1025 – 1635GRU 77W 146
SQ067 GRU2200 – 1335+1BCN1445+1 – 0935+2SIN 77W 146

Singapore – Milan Malpensa – Barcelona Service operates 4 weekly, where Barcelona will be kept as Daily flight
SQ378 SIN2315 – 0600+1MXP0700+1 – 0835+1BCN 77W x146
SQ377 BCN0955 – 1135MXP1245 – 0650+1SIN 77W x257

Singapore – Milan Malpensa 3 weekly terminator service, where Milan Malpensa also kept as Daily flight
SQ368 SIN0135 – 0820MXP 77W 146
SQ367 MXP1100 – 0505+1SIN 77W 146
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Old October 5th, 2010, 07:55 PM   #225
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São Paulo

33 NYC(JFK + Newark)

28 Paris
28 Miami
21 Madrid

14 Barcelona(through Madrid)
14 Frankfurt
14 London
11 Lisbon
10 Johanesburg
10 Los Angeles (7 through Chicago)

7 Amsterdam
7 Atlanta
7 Boston (through Washington)
7 Charlotte
7 Chicago
7 Dallas
7 Doha
7 Dubai
7 Houston
7 Milan
7 Orlando
7 Rome
7 Toronto
7 Washington
7 Zurich

5 Munich

4 Istanbul
4 San Francisco

3 Luanda
3 Porto
3 Tel Aviv
3 Seoul

2 Detroit

Rio de Janeiro


19 Paris

14 Miami
12 Lisboa
11 NYC

7 Atlanta
7 Charlotte
7 Madrid
7 Houston
7 Washington

6 London

5 Frankfurt

4 Luanda

3 Porto


São Paulo

Europe 128
North America 126
Asia 20
Africa 13


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USA 119

France 28
Spain 21

Germany 19
UK 14
Italy 14
Portugal 14
South Africa 10


Canada 7
United Arab Emirates 7
Netherlands 7
Qatar 7
Switzerland 7

Turkey 4

Angola 3
South Korea 3
Israel 3



Rio de Janeiro


North America 53
Europe 52
Africa 4

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USA 53

France 19
Portugal 15

Spain 7

UK 6

Germany 5

Angola 4

You are not considering Mexico as North America, or have you just forgot it?
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Old November 16th, 2010, 02:38 AM   #226
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Buenos Aires - México DF begins the 3 of March

Argentina's national carrier will resume flight between Buenos Aires and Mexico's capital from the 3 of March. Flights will be operated with A340-200 4 times a week, with an arrangement with Aeromexico as Aerolíneas will join SkyTeam in 2012. They will have combined 2 daily flights between this two cities from March of 2010. Tickets are already in sale at www.aerolineas.com
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Old December 10th, 2010, 12:41 PM   #227
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http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...n-2q-2011.html

DATE:18/11/10
SOURCE:Air Transport Intelligence news


ALTA 2010: LAN expects to close TAM meger in 2Q 2011

By Brendan Sobie

LAN expects to close its acquisition of Colombia's Aires within the next month and close its merger with Brazil's TAM by mid 2011.

Enrique Cueto, the chief executive of LAN and the new LATAM Airlines Group, tells ATI at the ALTA 2010 Leadership Forum that the merger with TAM is on pace to close in the second quarter of next year. The deal is currently being reviewed by various regulatory agencies.

LAN last month also announced the acquisition of Aires, Colombia's second largest domestic carrier. Aires will be folded into LATAM, giving the new group passenger carriers in seven South American countries. Cueto says LAN aims to complete due diligence and close the Aires deal within one month, saying "we have to go quickly" because Aires is "running out of cash" and will disappear without new investment from LAN.

ALTA president and Avianca-TACA chairman Roberto Kriete was one of several Latin airline industry leaders during the forum to congratulate Enrique Cueto and his brother, Ignacio Cueto, on their historic tie-up with the TAM's Amaro family. Kriete joked that LATAM "could just write a couple of cheques and buy us all out".

But Kriete points out the LAN-TAM combination is still "much smaller than the monsters we compete against in the open skies environment," referring to US carriers.

He says all the traffic of all ALTA members combined is still smaller than the traffic at Delta, United, "and maybe American". Kriete adds that "in this industry economies of scale are a must to be able to have a competitive position".

Volaris chief executive Enrique Beltranena also congratulated LAN and TAM, pointing out the deal brings together two companies which were already highly successful. "It's not LAN taking over; it's LAN and TAN combining two well performing models to make something that is absolutely great," Beltranena says.

Deutsche Bank managing director and senior analyst Michael Linenberg similarly applauded the LAN-TAM deal and the overall consolidation trend in Latin America, including last year's Avianca-TACA deal. "In Latin America I see an industry that is consolidating at a much faster rate than the US," Linenberg says.
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Old December 29th, 2010, 07:13 PM   #228
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I think the future in Brazil regarding alliances will look like this:

LATAM will stay with ONEWORLD!
GOL/VARIG will join SKYTEAM!
AVIANCA/TACA with STAR ALLIANCE!

In resume, if my predictions maintain, ONEWORLD will gain the most benefit in South America, by having the largent carrier LATAM with them!
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Old January 19th, 2011, 05:04 PM   #229
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Chile's LAN sees TAM merger done in 6-9 months

SANTIAGO, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Chile's flagship airline LAN expects to complete a merger with Brazil's TAM within six to nine months, after inking a deal with final terms and conditions.

Both airlines announced their plans in August and await regulatory approval in their countries. Analysts say LAN is effectively acquiring the Brazilian airline as the Cueto family is set to emerge with the major stake in what would be one of the world's top carriers.

The Cueto family is the main shareholder of LAN, considered one of Latin America's most profitable airlines.

Shares in LAN opened slightly higher in Santiago trade.
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Old January 26th, 2011, 05:00 PM   #230
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Brazil airline TAM sees slowdown in 2011 demand

SAO PAULO, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Brazil's largest airline, TAM Linhas Aereas , said on Tuesday it expects growth in demand for domestic flights to slow to 15 percent to 18 percent in 2011, but to remain supported by robust tourist and business travel.

The forecast for 2011 follows growth of 23.5 percent in 2010. Earlier this month, rival Gol Linhas Aereas forecast an increase of 10 percent to 15 percent in domestic demand this year. [ID:nN04209878]

TAM added in a filing that that its occupancy rate for the year should reach between 73 percent and 75 percent.

TAM, which plans a 10 percent to 15 percent expansion in its number of seats, expects the average price of oil <CLc1>, a key component of operational costs because of jet fuel, to trade at $93 a barrel.
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Old January 28th, 2011, 12:47 PM   #231
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Gol Linhas Aereas CEO: To Fly 33 Mln-36 Mln Passengers In 2011
27 January 2011

(Dow Jones)--Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (GOLL4.BR) Chief Executive Constantino de Oliveira said Thursday the Brazilian airline expects to fly between 33 million and 36 million passengers this year, or an increase of up to 16% from 2010, as it looks to exploit booming international demand and expand its fleet.

"Our fleet will grow to 115 (aircraft) by the end of 2011 from 112 now," Oliveira told Dow Jones Newswires in an interview on the sidelines of a low cost airline conference in Singapore.

"We will receive another 80 aircraft by 2015. The 80 aircraft will help us stay on our fleet growth plan and keep our fleet young at about five and half years to six years."

Air traffic in Brazil has been on the rise in recent years due to a booming economy and an increase in demand for international routes. According to the latest data from Gol Linhas, the country's passenger traffic in 2010 rose 18%. The airline likely flew 31 million passengers last year, Oliveira said.

The company registered 30.78 billion revenue-passengers kilometers or RPKs, last year, compared with 26.1 billion RPKs in 2009. The measure of RPKs is calculated by the number of passengers multiplied by the number of kilometers an airline flies.

Oliveira also said that his airline is yet to take a decision on whether it will exercise an option for 40 Boeing 737 aircraft that it has with the American manufacturer.

"We have to see how the market develops. We have the right to convert the options into orders but we always like to do things step by step," he said.

Meanwhile, the company has no current plans to sell shares, he added.

"We always assess our plans. We are very conservative and we will always try to keep our balance sheet strong. If we find out that it's the right time to go to the market we will, but as of now there are no plans (for a share sale)," Oliveira said.

On Airbus announcing the launch of the A-320-NEO, a new engine option version of its most popular narrow-body plane, Oliveira said he expects Boeing and engine supplier General Electric to improve their engines and make them more efficient.

"The initiative of Airbus is very important from the environment's point of view as it will save fuel. But I believe for Boeing it's better to build a brand new aircraft with new technology than just changing engines," he said.

"We expect to see some improvement from GE on the Boeing 737-800 engine in terms of fuel consumption and maintenance reliability for the engines," he added.

The NEO version of the A-320, the main rival of Boeing's 737 series run on Gol Linhas's aircraft, claims to reduce fuel consumption by 15%.
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Webjet 737 @ Rio GIG by VinTN, on Flickr

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Old November 24th, 2012, 05:37 AM   #234
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First time contributing here, and here's a brand new cargo-only carrier for Brazil...

Rio Linhas Aéreas Boeing 737-400SF (reg. N339LF)

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Any updates?
Royal Air Maroc commenced service to Sao Paulo on 9Dec13 onboard B767-300ER. They started operating 3 times a week, which was temporarily reduced to twice a week earlier this year.

AT215 CMN1700 – 0055+1GRU 763 5
AT215 CMN2100 – 0455+1GRU 763 1
AT214 GRU0225 – 1325CMN 763 6
AT214 GRU0605 – 1705CMN 763 2

http://airlineroute.net/2014/01/31/at-gru-jan14/

I hope they will increase service in time for the FIFA World Cup !!
For more info: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...747360&page=89
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All right... from today, you can discuss on this thread all Brazilian airlines, in which I hope will make discussions even more efficient than before.
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EMBRAER 195 2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC CF34-10E MACH 0,82 (890 KM/H) | AZUL | PR-AXK | 12/05/2014


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TAM Linhas Aéreas A330-200 (reg. PT-MVL)

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