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Old March 11th, 2013, 01:37 PM   #1101
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Source:http://news.yahoo.com/airasia-expand...1Rbl4A.i3QtDMD
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AirAsia expands in Philippines, buys into Zest Air
AirAsia expands foothold in Philippines with acquisition of 49 percent stake in Zest Air


AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes, left, and Zest Airways Inc. President and CEO Alfredo Yao embraces each other after the Signing of Agreement at the financial district of Makati, south of Manila, Philippines on Monday, March 11, 2013. AirAsia, the region's largest budget carrier, expanded its foothold in the Philippines by acquiring 49 percent of local budget carrier Zest Airways. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

By Teresa Cerojano, Associated Press | Associated Press – 55 mins ago

MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- AirAsia, the region's largest budget carrier, has expanded its foothold in the Philippines by acquiring 49 percent of local budget carrier Zest Airways Inc.

Philippines' AirAsia Inc. CEO Marianne Hontiveros said that the deal signed Monday will complement AirAsia's growth strategies. Zest Air operates 11 aircraft on 10 domestic and 10 international routes. It has hubs in Manila, Kalibo and Cebu in the central Philippines, which are major tourist destinations.

Malaysia-based AirAsia started operations in the Philippines in 2012 from Clark airport, a 2-3 hour drive from the capital, while Zest Air operates from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. AirAsia's routes from Clark include Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei and Kalibo and Davao in the Philippines.

Discount airlines have burgeoned in Asia in the past decade, with AirAsia leading the charge, as economic growth that has lifted millions out of poverty boosts demand for affordable air travel.

Under the deal, Zest Air will get a 15 percent stake in Philippines' AirAsia.

"I think size is everything. You've got to get your critical mass," AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes told reporters. He said that combining the resources of the two airlines "enables us to get that critical mass much quicker than if we did it organically."

Fernandes said that having access to Manila's airport will enable quicker growth for both airlines.

The domestic market is dominated by Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines, with AirAsia lagging behind.

Zest Air has a bigger fleet in the Philippines while AirAsia has a larger network and will make available its fleet of A320 aircraft to Zest Air, making the partnership a good marriage, Fernandes said.

Fernandes said that AirAsia will continue to operate from Clark and has no plans to fly from Manila. He said details were still being discussed, but both airlines will share resources and sell each other's tickets. Zest Air's flights will be featured on AirAsia's website.

Fernandes also expressed hope that the U.S. aviation watchdog will soon lift a ban on Philippine carriers from mounting additional flights to the U.S.

Safety and management concerns led the Federal Aviation Authority to downgrade the rating of the Philippines to Category 2 from Category 1 in 2007, limiting U.S.-bound flights from the country. In 2010, the European Union also blacklisted Philippine carriers.

Philippine Transport Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya said he was confident that the ban will be lifted after the country passed the safety audit conducted by the International Civil Aviation Organization from Feb. 18 to 22.
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News on AirAsia Phillipnies buying Zest Air.


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Old April 29th, 2013, 08:35 AM   #1103
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MANILA - Philippine Airlines has announced a major route expansion to better serve the army of Filipino expatriate workers in the Middle East.

As well as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, PAL added new routes to Australia, China and Malaysia as the company pursues a $10 billion fleet overhaul that will more than double its current fleet of 44 aircraft.

PAL president Ramon Ang said the push into the Gulf states starting in October would serve the region's large Filipino workforce, which includes many domestic helpers, construction workers and medics.

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To help you out on that, PAL has released the launch dates for the new routes to the Middle East: (Source)

Dubai, Doha: 1 November
Dammam, Jeddah, Riyadh: 1 December

Now the next question is, will PAL have sufficient aircraft to operate all of them on a daily basis, given that EK, QR, and SV operate those routes, some of them multiple times a day?
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On Monday PAL took delivery of their 5th 777-300ER, with 1 more to come this year. They also announced last week that they are acquiring 4 more A340-300s that will be used on the new routes.

more info on the new routes and A340-300s.
http://www.philstar.com/business/201...-12-new-routes

It's not clear from the article where the A340s will come from, but there are enough on the market to get 4 of them before the end of the year.
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Old May 2nd, 2013, 09:29 AM   #1106
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On Monday PAL took delivery of their 5th 777-300ER, with 1 more to come this year. They also announced last week that they are acquiring 4 more A340-300s that will be used on the new routes.

more info on the new routes and A340-300s.
http://www.philstar.com/business/201...-12-new-routes

It's not clear from the article where the A340s will come from, but there are enough on the market to get 4 of them before the end of the year.
If that's the case, PR will have eight A340-300s in the process (on top of its current four in the fleet)... very, very interesting development. I then wonder from which airline will PR get the four "new" A340s because in truth, those are actually being retired in the process, and those will be replaced with the B777-300ERs. On top of that, with four extra A340s, I then wonder if those will keep the same configuration/s from the previous owner/s, and if those will offer better cabin products and services in the process than the original A340s.
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Old May 4th, 2013, 11:53 PM   #1107
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The 4 A340s will be leased directly from Airbus, they come from Iberia.

http://www.philippineflightnetwork.c...ease-four.html


They are still listed on the Airbus website as available for lease or sale.
http://www.airbus.com/aircraftfamili...aft-available/

-> A340-300 -> the 1st 4.


Judging from the speed that PA want to get these planes it looks like they will keep the Iberia configuration.
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The 4 A340s will be leased directly from Airbus, they come from Iberia.

http://www.philippineflightnetwork.c...ease-four.html

They are still listed on the Airbus website as available for lease or sale.
http://www.airbus.com/aircraftfamili...aft-available/

-> A340-300 -> the 1st 4.

Judging from the speed that PA want to get these planes it looks like they will keep the Iberia configuration.
Interesting. Will it mean it will have angled lie-flat seats and PTV on each seat? I don't even know if IB has PTV on board its A343s...
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Basically you could say that in Business class the Iberia A340s a bit better then the PA A340s, the IBs have angled lie-flat seats and have a bigger seat pitch.

In economy the situation is the other way around, they both don't have PTVs, but IB has a smaller seat pitch by 1 inch.

Both have almost the same number of seats in Business and Economy (PA 44 - 220, IB 42 - 218), this makes it easier for PA to just start to use them on their existing A340 routes. I guess this is also one of the reasons why they did go for these 4 A340s, instead of a couple of A330s that are also less readily available.
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Basically you could say that in Business class the Iberia A340s a bit better then the PA A340s, the IBs have angled lie-flat seats and have a bigger seat pitch.

In economy the situation is the other way around, they both don't have PTVs, but IB has a smaller seat pitch by 1 inch.

Both have almost the same number of seats in Business and Economy (PA 44 - 220, IB 42 - 218), this makes it easier for PA to just start to use them on their existing A340 routes. I guess this is also one of the reasons why they did go for these 4 A340s, instead of a couple of A330s that are also less readily available.
I think then that PR (that's the actual IATA code for Philippine Airlines) can learn from what IB offers for its Business Class, and I sense that it can follow what IB has to offer, or let PR offer better seating than what IB has to offer by providing either staggered or herringbone seating layout (that could provide lie-flat seats for all Business Class passengers) so that its cabin service can be improved significantly. And by the way, Philippine Airlines just introduced PTV across both Business and Economy cabins on its 747s and 777s lately, so I think that there could be no modifications to be made for the leased A343s.
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Good news.

Philippine Airlines has been cleared for operations to the EU, the ban that has been in place for 3 years has been lifted.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-0...blacklist.html

"The EU said oversight improvements by aviation authorities in the Philippines and the ability of Philippine Airlines “to ensure effective compliance with relevant aviation safety regulations” justify allowing the carrier to fly in the 28-nation bloc"


I wonder how fast and which EU route they will introduce first.
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Now they can fly to Sao Paulo with stopover in LAX...
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Good news.

Philippine Airlines has been cleared for operations to the EU, the ban that has been in place for 3 years has been lifted.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-0...blacklist.html

"The EU said oversight improvements by aviation authorities in the Philippines and the ability of Philippine Airlines “to ensure effective compliance with relevant aviation safety regulations” justify allowing the carrier to fly in the 28-nation bloc"
I wonder how fast and which EU route they will introduce first.
Check it here: I think Mr. Ramon Ang would like to start mounting flights to London Heathrow and Paris because PAL still has entitlements on these destinations.

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Now they can fly to Sao Paulo with stopover in LAX...
Huh? I'm confused on your statement.

The news is about EU lifting the ban on PAL so that the later can fly to EU airspace.

Maybe you can wait for the FAA on giving PHL Category 1 status.
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Ramon Ang, CEO of Philippine Airlines had this to say about the lifting of the ban:

"Nobody could be more pleased with the news than Ramon Ang who said that the airline intends to follow through on its plans of establishing direct flights from Manila to Europe. Paris, London, Rome, and Amsterdam will be the first destinations along with a number of other popular European destinations to be announced at a later date. "

"The first flights to Europe could begin in September or October."

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http://www.philippineflightnetwork.c...d-from-eu.html
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Philippine Airlines (PAL) disclosed that it plans to launch daily flight to France and the Netherlands in October 27 with morning departures around 6-7 AM in Manila arriving at lunchtime in Paris and Amsterdam, and with return flights arriving around 6-8 AM the following day.

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Slot Coordination for Airports in the Netherlands (SCAN) confirmed PAL application beginning in 27 October 2013 for the IATA Winter 2013/14 season:

PR 720 - MNL - AMS Arr. 11.30 a/c 77W daily
PR 721 - AMS - MNL Dep.13.00 a/c 77W daily

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France Airport Coordination (COHOR) also confirmed PAL application beginning in 27 October 2013 for the IATA Winter 2013/14 timetable:

PR 740 - MNL - CDG Arr. 13.00 a/c 77W daily
PR 741 - CDG - MNL Dep.14.40 a/c 77W daily

Rome
Meanwhile, Aeroporti di Roma, the airport operator of Rome Fiumicino Airport confirmed the application of PAL for landing slots in Rome's premiere airport beginning 1 December 2013 for the IATA Winter 2013/14 timetable:

PR 760 - MNL - FCO Arr. 6.30 a/c 330 daily
PR 761 - FCO - MNL Dep.9.00 a/c 330 daily

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PHILIPPINE AIRLINES Gets Ready for Europe
London by October 1 via Abu Dhabi


Philippine Airlines (PAL) is getting ready to fly back to Europe after getting positive feedbacks from Brussels this week.

The European Commission is expected to come out with the decision removing PAL from the blacklist by July.

PAL President and COO Ramon Ang said they have already secured four additional units of Airbus 340-300 in preparation for long haul flights to Europe.

“A PAL representative went with CAAP to the EU meetings in Brussels and we got good feedbacks from there.” said Ang.

PAL said they already applied for flights to London and recently established business office there.

Codeshare flights with Etihad
The airline concluded agreement with Etihad Airlines for code share flights from London Heathrow to Manila beginning 1 October 2013 via Abu Dhabi.

PAL will begin flight to Abu Dhabi also on the first day of October.

A mocked booking for London flights by Philippine Airlines on 1 December for two discloses flight departing London Heathrow on the following schedules.
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EU Updates Safety List of Banned Airlines



The European Commission has updated today for the 21st time the European list of airlines subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union, better known as "the EU air safety list".

Following improvements in the safety situation in the Philippines, Philippine Airlines is the first airline from this country allowed back into European skies since 2010.

The same is true for the Venezuelan airline Conviasa, which was banned in 2012. Progress was also noted in Libya but the Libyan authorities agreed that Libyan airlines would not be allowed to operate in Europe until they are fully re-certified to the satisfaction of the European Union.

Siim Kallas, Commission Vice-President responsible for transport, said: "The EU air safety list was created for the protection of European skies and citizens, but it can also serve as a wake-up call to countries and airlines in need to get their safety house back in order. Today we confirmed our willingness to remove countries and airlines from the list if they show real commitment and capacity to implement international safety standards in a sustainable manner. Beside Philippines, Venezuela and Mauritania, good signs of progress are also coming from a number of other African countries."

The new list replaces and updates the previous one, adopted in December 2012, and can be consulted on the Commission’s website1.

Taking into account the improved safety oversight provided by the competent authorities of the Philippines, and the ability of the air carrier Philippine Airlines to ensure effective compliance with relevant aviation safety regulations, and following an on-site safety assessment visit last June, it was decided to lift the ban affecting this carrier registered in the Philippines. For all other carriers registered in the Philippines the ban remains.

Conviasa, registered in Venezuela, was also removed from the EU air safety list, following the successful resolution of the serious safety deficiencies which led to its ban from EU skies in April 2012. These improvements were proved during consultations with the Commission and the EU's Agency for aviation safety (EASA), and through recent audits performed by Spain and by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Venezuela.

In December 2012 Mauritania became the first country to be fully removed from the EU air safety list, where it was added in 2010. The improvements that led to this decision were verified during an on-site safety assessment visit conducted by the Commission in April 2013.

Consultations were held with the civil aviation authorities of Libya. Progress was noted by the Committee, but the Libyan civil aviation authorities agreed to maintain the voluntary restrictions applicable to all airlines licensed in Libya. This voluntary restriction excludes Libyan airlines from flying into the EU until when they will be fully recertified in accordance with international safety standards. The on-going implementation of these measures will remain under close monitoring by the Commission and the EU Air Safety Committee.

The Commission also praised the good progress in Sudan as well as in Mozambique.

The Commission recognised the efforts of the safety oversight authorities of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Libya, Mauritania, Mozambique, Philippines, Russia and Sudan to reform their civil aviation system and to improve safety, in order to eventually become able to guarantee the effective application of international safety standards. The Commission continues to actively provide support and assistance for these reforms in cooperation with ICAO, EU Member States and EASA.

Further updates to the EU air safety list were due to the removal of some airlines that ceased to exist and the addition of new ones recently created in a number of banned countries: the Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Mozambique, Sudan and the Philippines.

Finally, Annex B of the EU air safety list (which contains carriers allowed to operate in the EU but under strict limitations and conditions) was amended in order to reflect the renewal of the fleet of Air Madagascar (permitted to use an additional aircraft) and of Air Astana from Kazakhstan (the old Fokker aircraft not anymore in use were deleted from the Annex).

Today's Commission decision was based on the unanimous opinion of the EU Air Safety Committee in which safety experts from each of the 28 Member States participate, as well as from Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and EASA.

Background information
The updated EU air safety list includes all airlines certified in 20 States, for a total of 278 airlines fully banned from EU skies: Afghanistan, Angola, Benin, Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Gabon (with the exception of 3 airlines which operate under restrictions and conditions), Indonesia (with the exception of 5 airlines), Kazakhstan (with the exception of one airline which operates under restrictions and conditions), Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Mozambique, Philippines (with the exception of one airline), Sierra Leone, Sao Tome and Principe, Sudan, Swaziland and Zambia. The list also includes 2 individual airlines: Blue Wing Airlines from Surinam and Meridian Airways from Ghana, for a grand total of 280 airlines.

Additionally, the list includes 10 airlines subject to operational restrictions and thus allowed to operate into the EU under strict conditions: Air Astana from Kazakhstan, Afrijet, Gabon Airlines, and SN2AG from Gabon, Air Koryo from the Democratic People Republic of Korea, Airlift International from Ghana, Air Service Comores from the Comores, Iran Air from Iran, TAAG Angolan Airlines from Angola and Air Madagascar from Madagasca.
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