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Old March 3rd, 2006, 02:36 AM   #61
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Venezuela May Ban US Flights To Protest US Restrictions
2 March 2006

CARACAS (AP)--Venezuela is prepared to go ahead with a ban on flights by most U.S. airlines unless U.S. aviation authorities agree to drop safety restrictions on this country, the vice president said Thursday.

If the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration fails to upgrade its rating of Venezuelan carriers, "U.S. airlines will not fly, it's decided," Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel said.

Venezuela is demanding that the FAA reverse a November 1995 decision to lower the country's airlines from category 1 to 2 because Venezuelan conditions did not comply with international air safety standards.

The measure requires Venezuelan carriers to fly aircraft and crew rented from U.S. companies or another category 1 country to enter U.S. airspace.

Venezuela's National Aviation Institute announced a retaliatory measure last month, prohibiting flights by most U.S. carriers starting March 1, but later delayed the ban until March 30 to allow negotiations by the airlines and U.S. authorities.

The ban will prohibit flights by Houston-based Continental Airlines (CON.XE) and Delta Air Lines (DAL), and reduce by 70% flights operated by Fort Worth, Texas-based American Airlines (AMR), the other major U.S. carrier serving Venezuela.

Delta operates daily flights between Caracas and Atlanta. Continental has daily flights between Caracas and Houston and weekly flights to New York.

American has daily flights from Venezuela to Puerto Rico and Miami and weekly flights to Dallas and New York.

American transported about 60,000 passengers during the 2005 end-of-year travel season, according to Venezuelan airline authorities.
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Old March 3rd, 2006, 02:37 AM   #62
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Chile LAN says will break even in Argentina in '06

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 2 (Reuters) - Chile's LAN Airlines, a major Latin American carrier, expects its Argentine affiliate to win a domestic market share of close to 30 percent and become profitable by the end of 2006, an executive said on a conference call on Thursday.

"LAN Argentina is expected to break even in late 2006 with annual revenues of around $300 million," Chief Financial Officer Alejandro de la Fuente said in a conference call with airline analysts to discuss fourth-quarter results.

He said LAN Airlines' share of the domestic Argentine market would rise to close to 30 percent late this year compared with 12 percent now "aided by the fact that we will have international connections feeding traffic into the domestic service."

LAN on Wednesday reported $49.9 million in net profit for the fourth quarter, higher than expected as a fuel surcharge it imposed on passengers and cargo clients offset higher fuel prices.

LAN Airlines is a cargo and passenger company with affiliates in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and Peru, and flights throughout the Americas and to Europe and the South Pacific. LAN Airlines operates and holds 49 percent of Lan Argentina. The rest is owned by two Argentine attorneys.

De la Fuente said LAN Argentina had a mixed fourth quarter as its domestic market share grew, but its planned launch of international operations was postponed.

He said the load factor, which measures how full airplanes fly, was 75 percent and capacity grew 50 percent in the fourth quarter compared with the third quarter.

LAN Argentina had 12 percent market share in December. In August last year the company said it was aiming for 14 percent by the end of 2005.

De la Fuente said LAN Argentina had a loss of $6 million in the fourth quarter because LAN and its local partners chose to expense start-up costs rather than capitalize and amortize over 20 years.

He said LAN Argentina had to postpone the launch of Buenos Aires-Miami service after safety ratings for air traffic in Argentina were changed, forcing LAN to make some modifications that it expects to complete in the second quarter so that the Buenos Aires-Miami service can begin in June.

By the end of 2006, LAN Argentina will be serving 10 destinations with 12 aircraft, De la Fuente said, up from seven destinations with five aircraft at the present time.

LAN's share price was up 0.48 percent to 4,220 pesos in afternoon trade on Thursday on the Santiago Stock Exchange.
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Old March 11th, 2006, 07:56 AM   #63
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Chile's LAN Feb passenger traffic rose 5.8 pct

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 10 (Reuters) - LAN Airlines , Chile's dominant airline, said on Friday its February passenger traffic rose 5.8 percent from the same month a year ago.

LAN Airlines said international passenger traffic rose 7.3 percent in February year-on-year, while domestic passenger traffic decreased 1.7 percent.
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New airlines bring competition to Chile skies
By Fiona Ortiz

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 13 (Reuters) - Chile's skies are getting crowded, with two new small airlines grabbing 27 percent of the expanding domestic passenger market, but they will need alliances and regional networks to compete with the deep pockets of dominant carrier LAN.

Sky Airlines, a privately held Chilean company, has grabbed 19 percent of the market in close to four years in a privately financed run against LAN Airlines that a Sky executive compared to bungee jumping -- the adrenaline rush of going up against a big, established company.

Analysts say the competition does not threaten LAN, the country's dominant carrier.

Sky hopes to boost traffic this year through a deal it is negotiating with Delta Air Lines Inc. to pick up the U.S. airline's international traffic coming into the capital of Santiago. Sky would feed it to seven other cities in Chile, the airline's executive director, Jose Manuel Rebolledo, told Reuters.

Rebolledo said a deal with Delta is the only way Sky can compete with LAN's huge international network that connects it with local flights.

"The quickest solution for us to fight that is connecting with other airlines," Rebolledo said.

Another competitor is Aerolineas del Sur, which belongs to Spanish travel group Marsans, and now has about 8 percent of the country's domestic passenger traffic.

Between them, Sky and Aerolineas del Sur, which started in Chile last year, plan to squeeze LAN's market share to about 60 percent over the next two years.

"People don't see it as much of a threat because domestic passenger business is a small part of LAN's business ... A lot can happen domestically before anything happens to LAN," said Ben Laidler, Latin America equity strategist for UBS.

LAN, with a huge cargo business and flights to Europe, Australia and throughout the Americas as well as affiliates in Argentina, Ecuador and Peru, reported $2.5 billion in sales last year.

LAN, a former state company that was privatized in the 1980s, needs competition or it runs the risk of being accused of monopolistic practices at home. Small operators are perfect competitors because their pockets aren't deep enough to start a price war, airline sector analysts said.

Chile, with a population of 15 million, had 3.2 million domestic passenger flights last year, up 7.1 percent from 2004, according to Chile's Civil Aviation Board. Airline executives forecast growth of 6 percent to 7 percent this year.

GRAVEYARD FOR COMPETITORS

Chile's small domestic market -- dominated by one of the region's most efficient airlines -- has chewed up and spit out small competitors in the past, and analysts said they are impressed with Sky's tenacity.

Rebolledo told Reuters that Sky's passenger traffic grew a bit more than 6 percent last year, and it is flying planes 65 percent full, on average.

The company plans to increase its market share to 30 percent from 19 percent by the end of 2007, adding three more aircraft to the nine it already owns or leases, he said, acknowledging that last year was tough due to the entry of Aerolineas del Sur.

"Any expansion that Sky has will have little effect on LAN ... and Aerolineas del Sur has not been able to take market share from LAN. They've been taking it from Sky, which could continue, depending on how aggressive they are," said Cesar Perez-Novoa, head of research at Celfin brokerage in Santiago.

LAN declined repeated requests for comment. On a recent conference call with analysts, LAN executives said they were not concerned about competition, partly because of a lack of aggressive marketing by the newcomers.

Sky, which had $55 million in revenue last year and hopes to break even by the end of this year, will soon launch a flight from Santiago to Lima, Peru, and is studying routes to Cordoba, Argentina, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, Rebolledo said.

NO PRICE WAR

Aerolineas del Sur owner Marsans also owns Argentina's leading airline, Aerolineas Argentinas, and is creating a new unit in Peru, with the idea being building a network of regional airlines.

Aerolineas del Sur General Manager Miguel Angel Maggi said the company's airplanes are 70 percent full on average. It plans to end this year with 12 percent to 14 percent of the Chilean market, and expand its fleet to eight aircraft from four.

All three competitors in Chile have similar prices, with LAN's controlled by the government to prevent it taking advantage of its dominant position.

"A price war is not our mentality, we want to be more original in our mistakes," Maggi said.
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Old April 11th, 2006, 08:34 AM   #65
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Old April 12th, 2006, 02:44 AM   #66
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Chile's LAN March passenger traffic rose 1.3 pct

SANTIAGO, Chile, April 11 (Reuters) - Chile's dominant airline, LAN Airlines , said on Tuesday that passenger traffic rose 1.3 percent in March from the same month last year.

The growth was weaker than in previous months. LAN cited a fall in domestic passenger traffic and the fact that the Easter holiday was in March last year and is in April this year.

LAN said in a news release that its total passenger capacity rose 6.4 percent, and its load factor -- which measures how full airplanes fly -- fell 3.7 percentage points to 72.9 percent since passenger numbers did not grow as much as capacity.

International passenger traffic, which represented 86 percent of LAN's total passenger traffic in the month, rose 1.8 percent in March from a year ago, but the load factor fell due to an increase in flights to Europe and the Asian Pacific.

Domestic passenger traffic fell 1.3 percent in March, compared with March last year, and the load factor also fell on domestic flights, mainly due to the change in Easter Week, the company said.

Cargo traffic grew 17.1 percent in March, LAN said.
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Old April 28th, 2006, 02:51 AM   #67
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Chile Airline Lan 1Q Net Profit $79.7M Vs $46.3M
27 April 2006

SANTIAGO (Dow Jones)--Chilean airline Lan SA (LFL) posted a first-quarter net profit of $79.7 million, a 72% jump from the $46.3 million it registed in January-March 2005, according to its filing to Chilean securities regulator SVS late Wednesday.

Lan's first-quarter profit was in line with the near $80 million analysts expected, according to a recent Dow Jones Newswires poll.

The filing with the securities overseer included a one-off gain due to the effect of the accounting change.

Lan's change in the way it accounts for its fleet management stems "from the growth that operations and fleet of Lan have experienced, along with aligning the company's policies with the principal international" carriers, Lan said in its announcement of the measure last month.

External auditors have approved the change, which tacked on $33.7 million in one-off gain in non-operating profits, after taxes.

Over the same reporting period, sales rose 20% to $728 million from $607 million in the first quarter of 2005, while operating profit reached $69 million, up 21% from $57 million.

Meanwhile, the rising cost of jet fuel has continued to weigh on Lan, squeezing margins and outweighing increased traffic figures despite fuel surcharges in passenger and cargo fees.

In a separate statement, Lan pointed out that rising fuel costs "increased operating costs by $37.4 million during the quarter, in comparison to the same period a year ago."

The airline is one of the largest in the region, with units in Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic. It's also the largest cargo carrier in Latin America.

Company Web site: http://www.lan.com
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Old August 11th, 2006, 12:50 AM   #68
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Chile's LAN says July passenger traffic rose 4.7 pct

SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Chile's dominant carrier LAN Airlines said on Thursday its passenger traffic increased 4.7 percent in July over a year ago, as international traffic rose, but domestic traffic declined.

The company said capacity on its passenger flights rose 6.9 percent in the same period, meaning its load factor -- which measures how full the planes are -- decreased by 1.6 percentage points to 77.5 percent.

The company said international passenger traffic accounted for some 88 percent of total passenger traffic and rose 5.8 percent in July as capacity rose 8.2 percent.

LAN Airlines, one of Latin America's biggest, flies throughout the Americas, to Europe, Australia and the South Pacific.

LAN said domestic passenger traffic declined 3.4 percent as capacity was reduced by 1.0 percent, meaning domestic load factor decreased 1.7 percentage points to 67.3 percent.

Higher competition from new carriers in Chile has affected LAN's domestic traffic in the last year.

Cargo traffic rose 5.4 percent, which the company said was mainly due to the expansion of imports into the region, offset by weak exports from Chile and Brazil.
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Old August 12th, 2006, 03:57 AM   #69
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Chile's LAN August passenger traffic up 11.6 pct

SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Chile's dominant carrier LAN Airlines said on Monday passenger traffic increased 11.6 percent in August over a year earlier.

The company said capacity on its passenger flights rose 12.3 percent in the same period, meaning its load factor -- which measures how full the planes are -- decreased by 0.5 percentage point to 76.0 percent.

The company said international passenger traffic accounted for some 78.4 percent of total passenger traffic and rose 13.5 percent in August as capacity rose 12.9 percent.

LAN Airlines, one of Latin America's biggest, flies throughout the Americas, to Europe, Australia and the South Pacific.

LAN said domestic passenger traffic declined 2.1 percent as capacity rose 8.7 percent, meaning domestic load factor decreased 6.6 percentage points to 60.1 percent.

Higher competition from new carriers in Chile has affected LAN's domestic traffic in the last year.

Cargo traffic rose 11.0 percent, which the company said was mainly due to the expansion of imports into the region, offset by weak exports from Chile and Brazil.
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Chile LAN Airlines 3rd-qtr profit doubles

SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Chile's dominant LAN Airlines said on Thursday third-quarter profit more than doubled compared with the same period last year, far outstripping analyst expectations as the company buffered costs.

Third-quarter profit rose to $51.5 million compared with $23.8 million for the same quarter last year, as the company incorporated nine passenger aircraft into its fleet and offset increases in fuel costs with fuel surcharges.

"This result reflects a strong operating performance, with significant margin improvements," the company said in a statement.

The results beat predictions of industry analysts in a Reuters poll, who had estimated an average increase in profit of 38 percent to $33 million in the third quarter.

Total revenue for the quarter rose by about 23 percent to $762.3 million as passenger revenue increased 29 percent and cargo revenue grew 14.5 percent.

"Yields grew mainly due to fuel cost pass-through initiatives and improved segmentation," the company said.

LAN, one of the biggest airlines in Latin America with affiliates in Ecuador, Peru, Argentina and the Dominican Republic, instituted fuel surcharges at the end of September last year.

Analysts said third quarter profit last year was affected by significant increases in fuel prices before the fuel surcharge went into effect.

January-September profit rose 53 percent to $147.65 million in the first nine months of the year, while revenue for the period increased 21 percent to $2.180 billion.
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Old October 27th, 2006, 07:08 AM   #72
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hkskyline, this thread is literally nothing but you posting article, after article, after article.
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hkskyline, this thread is literally nothing but you posting article, after article, after article.
Feel free to add your thoughts. The information is there. You are more than welcome to discuss. However, I don't see how a discussion can start without information.
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I'm confused abt some stuff in Latin America aviation.

Which airline is Brazil's national airline?
Which is the largest airline in Brazil?

Why is LAN able to do so well?

Are low cost airlines able to fly within the continent.

Hope my qns aren't too dumb... Thank you.
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I'm confused abt some stuff in Latin America aviation.

Which airline is Brazil's national airline?
Which is the largest airline in Brazil?
From Star Alliance :
VARIG's pioneering spirit is intimately related to Brazil's commercial aviation development. Today, the Company maintains a route network covering 38 cities within Brazil, as well as 25 cities in 20 countries throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe. Our fleet is composed of 83 aircrafts.

However, a previous article I posted in August indicated they only had 12 aircraft.

According to a Reuters news article :
Gol, which is already Boeing's biggest customer in Latin America with a fleet of 56 aircraft, said on Monday that it had placed a firm order for an additional 20 Boeing 737-800s.

Gol offers more than 500 daily flights to 51 airports in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay.


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3Q06 management commentary :
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/061026/20061026006123.html?.v=1

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Are low cost airlines able to fly within the continent.
Gol is a low cost airline.
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I'm confused abt some stuff in Latin America aviation.

Which airline is Brazil's national airline?
Which is the largest airline in Brazil?

Why is LAN able to do so well?

Are low cost airlines able to fly within the continent.

Hope my qns aren't too dumb... Thank you.
Varig is
Tam is
They offer great service
Yes, but not as low as say Ryanair.
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Actually Varig was the national carrier until the beginning of 2005, but then they almost bankrupt. Now TAM kind of took its place, but TAM doesn't have such a good image as Varig had. GOL is pretty good, but they had that accident back in September which was a stain in their image as well.

So our aviation market is pretty RANDOM nowadays haha. And TAP is entering more and more into our market as well.
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hkskyline, this thread is literally nothing but you posting article, after article, after article.
so?

it's not his fault if people don't post any comments here. judging from the over 7500 views the thread has, people (like me and others) are obviously entering the thread to read the news, even if comments aren't left behind to record our visit.

hkskyline, the people are behind you! ()
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I don't expect people to reply every single article posted. If people want to discuss the information posted in here, then they are more than happy to do so. The key to a healthy discussion is information. Thanks for your support.
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so?

it's not his fault if people don't post any comments here. judging from the over 7500 views the thread has, people (like me and others) are obviously entering the thread to read the news, even if comments aren't left behind to record our visit.

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I agree, I love the articles.
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