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Old November 29th, 2010, 07:48 PM   #201
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Chile LAN Completes Purchase Of Colombian Carrier Aires
27 November 2010

SANTIAGO -(Dow Jones)- Chilean flagship carrier LAN Airlines (LFL, LAN.SN) paid $12.0 million for a 98.9% indirect stake in Aires, Colombia's second largest airline, LAN said Friday.

Earlier this week, LAN's chief financial officer said the airline will likely purchase between 15 and 20 Airbus 320-family aircraft for its expansion in Colombia.

LAN, which announced its intention to purchase Aires in late October, assumed approximately $100 million in liabilities, including $18 million in bank debt, through the transaction, LAN said.

Aires has a 22% market share in Colombia, with 22 domestic routes and 3 international destinations. The Colombian carrier, a closely held low-cost airline, has 24 planes, including nine Boeing Co. (BA) B737-700s.

Earlier this year, LAN inked an agreement with airline Aeroasis to provide the Colombian carrier with technical support in acquiring the necessary permits to operate in the country. Should the permits be approved, LAN expects to acquire Aeroasis and make it part of its company.
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1. That's pure speculation.
2. There is and will not be any airline with the name LATAM. LATAM (IF the merger goes through, which still is a big if) will be an airline group with two separate airlines, LAN and TAM plus their subsidiaries.
Only LAN can "stay" with OneWorld, TAM is a fresh star alliance member and this won't change in the foreseeable future. At present, the situation is that the two airlines of the prospective LATAM group belong to different alliances, that's it. It's not up to us to decide whether any of the two will change its alliance membership.
CA and CX also have strong ties but are members of different alliances, so a continuation of the status quo wouldn't be too strange. Additionally, the respective alliances won't make it easy for the airlines to leave.
Again, every "prediction" about a situation of the status quo is pure speculation.
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Argentine-Peru firm to invest $250 mln in airports

LIMA, Jan 5 (Reuters) - The consortium Aeropuertos Andinos plans to invest $256.9 million to modernize six airports in southern Peru, the government said on Wednesday.

The consortium, consisting of Peru's Andino Investment Holding and Argentine firm Corporacion America, which operates 48 airports worldwide, signed a 25-year concession for airports in Arequipa, Tacna, Ayacucho, Puno, Madre de Dios and Apurimac.

Expanding and modifying airports in Peru's remote south is part of the country's strategy of becoming a hub for trade and tourism in South America.

The consortium will invest $75 million in the next two years and $182 million in a second investment phase, said Enrique Cornejo, Peru's minister of transportation and communications.

The Aeropuertos Andinos consortium could also seek a concession for the new Chincheros airport that will serve Cusco, Peru's top tourist destination, said Carlos Vargas, president of the consortium.

The concession will be granted before Peru's newly elected president takes office in July, he said.
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Old January 19th, 2011, 07:06 PM   #204
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Movimento Total de Passageiros nos Aeroportos Infraero, DAESP, Maringá e Cascavel - 2009/2008:

Aeroporto --------- 2009 --- 2008 --- Cresc. %
1º. São Paulo-Guarulhos (SP) --- 21.607.303 --- 20.400.304 --- 5,92%
2º. São Paulo-Congonhas (SP) --- 13.659.398 --- 13.672.301 --- -0,09%
3º. Brasília (DF) --- 12.213.825 --- 10.443.393 --- 16,95%
4º. Rio de Janeiro-Galeão (RJ) --- 11.796.413 --- 10.754.689 --- 9,69%
5º. Salvador (BA) --- 7.063.087 --- 6.042.307 --- 16,89%
6º. Porto Alegre (RS) --- 5.607.703 --- 4.931.464 --- 13,71%
7º. Belo Horizonte-Confins (MG) --- 5.566.779 --- 5.189.528 --- 7,27%
8º. Recife (PE) --- 5.249.831 --- 4.679.457 --- 12,19%
9º. Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (RJ) --- 5.040.424 --- 3.628.766 --- 38,90%
10º. Curitiba (PR) --- 4.853.733 --- 4.281.354 --- 13,37%


(...)

TOTAL --- 129.403.007 --- 114.763.089 --- 12,76%


Brazilian Airports by Passenger Traffic (INFRAERO, DAESP, Maringá and Cascavel airports - 2010/2009):

Airport ------------------ 2010 --- 2009 --- Growth %
1º. São Paulo-Guarulhos (SP) --- 26.774.546 --- 21.727.649 --- 23,23%
2º. São Paulo-Congonhas (SP) --- 15.481.370 --- 13.699.657 --- 13,01%
3º. Brasília (DF) --- 14.149.306 --- 12.213.825 --- 15,85%
4º. Rio de Janeiro-Galeão (RJ) --- 12.229.513 --- 11.828.656 --- 3,39%
5º. Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (RJ) --- 7.805.387 --- 5.099.643 --- 53,06%
6º. Salvador (BA) --- 7.540.289 --- 7.063.087 --- 6,76%
7º. Belo Horizonte-Confins (MG) --- 7.261.041 --- 5.617.171 --- 29,27%
8º. Porto Alegre (RS) --- 6.676.216 --- 5.607.703 --- 19,05%
9º. Recife (PE) --- 5.933.137 --- 5.250.565 --- 13,00%
10º. Curitiba (PR) --- 5.769.712 --- 4.853.733 --- 18,87%
11º. Fortaleza (CE) --- 5.072.786 --- 4.211.651 --- 20,45%
12º. Campinas-Viracopos (SP) --- 5.021.939 --- 3.364.404 --- 49,27%
13º. Manaus (AM) --- 2.705.131 --- 2.300.022 --- 17,61%
14º. Florianópolis (SC) --- 2.672.250 --- 2.108.383 --- 26,74%
15º. Vitória (ES) --- 2.644.729 --- 2.342.283 --- 12,91%
16º. Belém (PA) --- 2.570.899 --- 2.203.653 --- 16,67%
17º. Natal (RN) --- 2.413.416 --- 1.894.113 --- 27,42%
18º. Goiânia (GO) --- 2.348.648 --- 1.772.424 --- 32,51%
19º. Cuiabá (MT) --- 2.134.267 --- 1.671.704 --- 27,67%
20º. Maceió (AL) --- 1.425.340 --- 1.117.250 --- 27,58%
21º. São Luís (MA) --- 1.379.146 --- 984.756 --- 40,05%
22º. Campo Grande (MS) --- 1.208.765 --- 1.028.643 --- 17,51%
23º. Foz do Iguaçu (PR) --- 1.155.615 --- 807.540 --- 43,10%
24º. Aracaju (SE) --- 940.389 --- 727.679 --- 29,23%
25º. João Pessoa (PB) --- 930.450 --- 598.015 --- 55,59%
26º. Itajaí-Navegantes (SC) --- 852.487 --- 593.900 --- 43,54%
27º. Teresina (PI) --- 798.170 --- 557.798 --- 43,09%
28º. Uberlândia (MG) --- 765.395 --- 570.900 --- 34,07%
29º. Belo Horizonte-Pampulha (MG) --- 757.685 --- 598.360 --- 26,63%
30º. Londrina (PR) --- 733.157 --- 572.717 --- 28,01%
31º. Porto Velho (RO) --- 716.905 --- 561.331 --- 27,72%
32º. Ribeirão Preto (SP) --- 677.768 --- 473.200 --- 43,23%
33º. Macapá (AP) --- 540.695 --- 469.836 --- 15,08%
34º. Maringá (PR) --- 497.979 --- 319.576 --- 55,82%
35º. São José do Rio Preto (SP) --- 424.740 --- 303.466 --- 39,96%
36º. Ilhéus (BA) --- 412.572 --- 361.378 --- 14,17%
37º. Macaé (RJ) --- 410.145 --- 374.379 --- 9,55%
38º. Santarém (PA) --- 405.122 --- 364.615 --- 11,11%
39º. Palmas (TO) --- 389.217 --- 298.484 --- 30,40%
40º. São Paulo-Campo de Marte (SP) --- 361.863 --- 312.460 --- 15,81%
41º. Rio Branco (AC) --- 355.916 --- 323.114 --- 10,15%
42º. Joinville (SC) --- 289.161 --- 208.492 --- 38,69%
43º. Petrolina (PE) --- 254.161 --- 207.271 --- 22,62%

44º. Juazeiro do Norte (CE) --- 244.780 --- 247.775 --- -1,21%
45º. Marabá (PA) --- 242.415 --- 243.094 --- 251.071 --- -0,28%

46º. Boa Vista (RR) --- 242.409 --- 190.469 --- 27,27%
47º. Imperatriz (MA) --- 234.295 --- 195.181 --- 20,04%
48º. Presidente Prudente (SP) --- 213.105 --- 178.926 --- 19,10%
49º. Rio de Janeiro-Jacarepaguá (RJ) --- 134.247 --- 114.093 --- 17,66%
50º. Montes Claros (MG) --- 121.140 --- 84.999 --- 42,52%
51º. Cruzeiro do Sul (AC) --- 118.867 --- 96.778 --- 22,82%
52º. Campina Grande (PB) --- 114.258 --- 82.240 --- 38,93%
53º. Bauru-Arealva (SP) --- 97.334 --- 41.324 --- 135,54%
54º. São José dos Campos (SP) --- 84.176 --- 43.820 --- 92,09%
55º. Altamira (PA) --- 81.565 --- 70.175 --- 16,23%
56º. Araçatuba (SP) --- 78.296 --- 56.207 --- 39,30%
57º. Uberaba (MG) --- 75.391 --- 73.851 --- 2,09%
58°. Cascavel (PR) --- 75.149 --- 56.555 --- 32,88%
59º. Sorocaba (SP) --- 63.243 --- 58.342 --- 8,40%
60º. Carajás (PA) --- 68.618 --- 39.609 --- 73,24%
61º. Curitiba-Bacacheri (PR) --- 60.678 --- 30.897 --- 96,39%
62º. Marília (SP) --- 54.120 --- 41.089 --- 31,71%
63º. Tabatinga (AM) --- 43.884 --- 35.806 --- 22,56%
64º. Bragança Paulista (SP) --- 43.196 --- 32.335 --- 33,59%
65º. Tefé (AM) --- 32.209 --- 20.462 --- 57,41%
66º. Campinas-Amarais (SP) --- 29.246 --- 26.971 --- 8,43%
67º. Corumbá (MS) --- 28.070 --- 27.973 --- 0,35%
68º. Belém-Júlio César (PA) --- 27.491 --- 25.078 --- 9,62%
69º. Criciúma (SC) --- 23.213 --- 9.873 --- 135,12%
70º. Belo Horizonte-Carlos Prates (MG) --- 22.431 --- 16.924 --- 32,54%
71º. Jundiaí (SP) --- 19.607 --- 19.112 --- 2,59%

72º. Itanhaém (SP) --- 16.189 --- 18.210 --- -11,10%
73º. Araraquara (SP) --- 12.344 --- 8.524 --- 44,81%
74º. Ubatuba (SP) --- 11.858 --- 8.815 --- 34,52%
75º. Bauru (SP) --- 11.173 --- 10.275 --- 8,74%
76º. Campos dos Goytcazes (RJ) --- 10.004 --- 7.446 --- 34,35%
77º. Pelotas (RS) --- 8.163 --- 6.195 --- 31,77%
78º. Assis (SP) --- 8.154 --- 7.081 --- 15,15%

79º. Piracicaba (SP) --- 6.554 --- 6.888 --- -4,84%
80º. Lins (SP) --- 4.520 --- 6.405 --- -29,43%

81º. Ponta Porã (MS) --- 4.479 --- 3.495 --- 28,15%
82º. Paulo Afonso (BA) --- 3.718 --- 3.837 --- -3,10%
83º. Barretos (SP) --- 3.611 --- 3.642 --- -0,85%

84º. Franca (SP) --- 3.221 --- 3.068 --- 4,99%
85º. Uruguaiana (RS) --- 3.144 --- 2.786 --- 12,85%
86º. Andradina (SP) --- 2.941 --- 2.493 --- 17,97%
87º. Parnaíba (PI) --- 2.612 --- 2.046 --- 27,66%
88º. São Carlos (SP) --- 2.461 --- 1.433 --- 71,74%
89º. Votuporanga (SP) --- 2.377 --- 1.955 --- 21,59%
90º. Bagé (RS) --- 2.269 --- 1.837 --- 23,52%
91º. Ourinhos (SP) --- 1.716 --- 1.318 --- 30,20%
92º. Tupã (SP) --- 1.419 --- 952 --- 49,05%
93º. Juiz de Fora (MG) --- 965 --- (0) --- (0)

94º. Avaré-Arandu (SP) --- 735 --- 1.073 --- -31,50%
95º. Botucatu (SP) --- 722 --- 588 --- 22,79%
96º. São Manoel (SP) --- 716 --- 739 --- -3,11%
97º. Dracena (SP) --- 635 --- 486 --- 30,66%
98º. Presidente Epitácio (SP) --- 632 --- 791 --- -20,10%
99º. Penápolis (SP) --- 520 --- 405 --- 28,40%

INFRAERO --- 154.322.438 --- 128.135.616 --- 20,44%
DAESP --- 1.793.153 --- 1.316.113 --- 36,25%
Maringá --- 497.979 --- 319.576 --- 55,82%
Cascavel --- 75.149 --- 56.555 --- 32,88%

TOTAL --- 156.688.719 --- 129.827.860 --- 20,69%

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Old January 19th, 2011, 07:07 PM   #205
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Wow the difference between Rio and Sao Paulo is quite drastic!
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Old January 19th, 2011, 07:14 PM   #206
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São Paulo is, in every respect, much more a "Brazilian London" than a "Brazilian New York". Financial, banking, industry and even airports hubs are heavily concentrated in São Paulo.

About the airports, São Paulo is served not only by Guarulhos and Congonhas, but also by Viracopos (12th place in the list), in Campinas (95 km away), which is regarded today as part of the informal "São Paulo Macrometropolitan Area".
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Old January 26th, 2011, 06:31 PM   #207
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Chile LAN Q4 profits soar 50 pct yr/yr to $165 mln

SANTIAGO, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Chile's powerhouse airline LAN said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter profit rose 50 percent to $165 million, above market expectations of $158 million in a recent Reuters poll.

LAN, a leading regional carrier, reported its profit for 2010 jumped 82 percent from the year before to $419.7 million, above a market forecast of $412 million, as passenger and cargo traffic rebounded sharply from the global financial crisis.
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Old May 2nd, 2011, 02:20 AM   #208
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Aerolíneas Argentinas:


http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/ai...-2-124219.html


http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/ai...-3-124222.html


http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/ai...-4-124225.html

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http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/ai...-1-124216.html


Austral Líneas Aéreas:








Aerolíneas and Austral:

-New livery designed by FutureBrand (as British Airways, LAN Airlines)
-Will join SkyTeam in 2012 (first airline in South America)
-Have a fleet of:
  • 4 A340-200
  • 3 A340-300 (with 3 orders of ex Cathay Pacific)
  • 16 B737-500 (to be phased out between 2011 and 2012)
  • 12 B737-700 (with 10 orders of ex Virgin Australia)
  • 3 B747-400 (only operate Buenos Aires-Madrid)
  • 12 Embraer 190 (with 8 brand new orders)
  • 1 MD-81 (to be phased out)
  • 12 MD-83 (to be phased out)
  • 8 MD-88 (to be phased out)
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For me Austral and Aerolineas have the best colours of the world.. Very nice too see these new liveries, especially Aerolineas..
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Old May 31st, 2011, 07:19 PM   #211
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Fleet update
Aerolíneas Argentinas and Austral

E-190: 14 (+6)

B737: 29 (+9)
*-500: 16
*-700: 13 (+9)

MD-80: 19
*-81: 1
*-83: 11
*-88: 7

A340: 7 (+3)
*-200: 4
*-300: 3 (+3)

B747: 3
*-400: 3

Total: 72 (+18)
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International destinations
Aerolíneas Argentinas

South America: 13
*Asunción: 7 fxw
*Bogotá: 3 fxw
*Caracas: 4 fxw
*Florianópolis: seasonal
*Lima: 7 fxw
*Montevideo: 32 fxw
*Porto Alegre: 7 fxw
*Punta del Este: seasonal
*Río de Janeiro: 35 fxw
*Santiago (Chile): 35 fxw
*Salvador (Brasil): 2 fxw
*Santa Cruz (Bolivia): 7 fxw
*São Paulo: 54 fxw

Europe: 3
*Barcelona: 4 fxw
*Madrid: 7 fxw
*Rome: 4 fxw

North America: 2
*México DF: 4 fxw
*Miami: 7 fxw

Oceania: 2
*Auckland: 3 fxw
*Sydney:3 fxw

Total: 20
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I like the new livery. Its more lively than the old one.
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Old July 19th, 2011, 08:45 PM   #214
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http://www.airliners.net/photo/LAN-A...060408258fc633




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1. That's pure speculation.
2. There is and will not be any airline with the name LATAM. LATAM (IF the merger goes through, which still is a big if) will be an airline group with two separate airlines, LAN and TAM plus their subsidiaries.
Only LAN can "stay" with OneWorld, TAM is a fresh star alliance member and this won't change in the foreseeable future. At present, the situation is that the two airlines of the prospective LATAM group belong to different alliances, that's it. It's not up to us to decide whether any of the two will change its alliance membership.
CA and CX also have strong ties but are members of different alliances, so a continuation of the status quo wouldn't be too strange. Additionally, the respective alliances won't make it easy for the airlines to leave.
Again, every "prediction" about a situation of the status quo is pure speculation.
From personal experience working in the past with one of the airlines i can tell you that Tam will absorb all if it's if not most of LAN procedures and Costumer service policies, therefore TAM will become part of one world and the reason behind this is that Lan has always looked to give the biggest benefit to their elite members of their frequent flyer program and also for the one world members as well. The only way that this could be achieve if both airlines inherit the benefits and policies from the one world fqtv program. Lan has always looked to be prestigious in what they offer and sorry to say but that is what i see only with one world.
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LANColombia Moves Bogota – Ft. Lauderdale Service to Miami from Feb 2012

LANColombia (formerly known as Aires) from 01FEB12 is transferring Bogota – Ft. Lauderdale service to Bogota – Miami, where it’ll offer 4 weekly flights on board Airbus A320 aircraft.

Currently the carrier operates Daily service to Ft. Lauderdale with Boeing 737-700. With LANColombia operating service to Miami, overall LAN Airlines Group service on Bogota – Miami increases from 3 to 7 weekly.

Schedule:

Bogota – Ft. Lauderdale until 31JAN12
LA3500 BOG0720 – 1115FLL 73G D
LA3501 FLL1245 – 1635BOG 73G D

Bogota – Miami eff 01FEB12
LA3502 BOG0720 – 1115MIA 320 x456
LA570 BOG1445 – 1825MIA 763 457

LA571 MIA0825 – 1155BOG 763 457
LA3503 MIA1255 – 1645BOG 320 x456
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Aerolineas Argentinas: new planes

4 A340-300X



Newly arrived 737-700 and another of the four A343X



And finnally one 737-800 of the tow that are already part of the fleet, is expected to rent 2 more but brand new to be deliverd in late july this year

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Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus 340-211 SYD-AKL

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