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OceanAir Looking To Serve Paraguay...

Sat Jun 23, 2007 1:16 am

Note: Translated by Babelfish (please forgive the many mistakes, I didn't fix it):
Oceanair decides to operate from Paraguay at international level

The aerial company OceanAir "lands" in Paraguay to be investments and to project from our country to all the region, according to data provided by REDIEX, that contacted it and accompanied during the decision making. The company/signature belongs to the Synergy group, presided over by Germa'n Efromovich, one of the most representative Brazilian industralists, propietary of different companies in Latin America in the sectors power, aeronautical infrastructure and, among them Avianca, the Colombian air line in where the group already has invested in its fleet of airplanes about 10,000 million dollars, according to the official data. OceanAir covers internal services in Brazil, but lately it is looking for to extend his operations with regional flights from Paraguay. Initially it would cover flights to Brazil and other countries with the region, according to the Network. The company has intentions to operate like a Paraguayan company and the investment considered in machinery that would operate in our country would surpass the 40 million dollars in the first stages of the business. On the other hand, it is going to generate between 100 and 150 positions of use between crew, personnel of airport, mechanics and administrative personnel, in a considered period of two years. The interest is to initially operate with Fo airships ker-100, but it will be incorporating ships of the manufacturers Airbus and Boeing, taking advantage of the new purchases that the Synergy Group has ordered and that surpass the 3,000 million dollars. Paraguay today does not have flights to Europe and other destinies, which also could constitute an opportunity of businesses for international airlines that possibly can see Paraguay like a potential, by their strategic geographic position and low operative costs.
Oceanair decide operar desde Paraguay a nivel internacional

La empresa aérea OceanAir “aterriza” en Paraguay para radicar inversiones y proyectarse desde nuestro país a toda la región, según datos suministrados por REDIEX, que la contactó y acompañó durante la toma de decisión.
La firma pertenece al grupo Synergy, presidido por Germán Efromovich, uno de los más representativos empresarios brasileños, propietario de distintas compañías en Latinoamérica en los sectores energético, infraestructura y aeronáutico, entre ellas Avianca, la línea aérea colombiana en donde el grupo ya ha invertido en su flota de aviones unos 10.000 millones de dólares, según los datos oficiales.
OceanAir cubre servicios internos en Brasil, pero en los últimos tiempos está buscando ampliar sus operaciones con vuelos regionales desde Paraguay.
Inicialmente cubriría vuelos a Brasil y otros países de la región, según la Red.
La compañía tiene intenciones de operar como una compañía paraguaya y la inversión estimada en maquinaria que operaría en nuestro país superaría los 40 millones de dólares en las primeras etapas del negocio.
Por otro lado, va a generar entre 100 y 150 puestos de empleo entre tripulantes, personal de aeropuerto, mecánicos y personal administrativo, en un período estimado de dos años.
El interés es operar inicialmente con aeronaves Fo ker-100, pero irá incorporando naves de los fabricantes Airbus y Boeing, aprovechando las nuevas compras que ha encargado el Grupo Synergy y que superan los 3.000 millones de dólares.
Paraguay no tiene hoy vuelos a Europa y otros destinos, lo que también podría constituir una oportunidad de negocios para aerolíneas internacionales que eventualmente puedan ver al Paraguay como un potencial, por su estratégica posición geográfica y bajos costos operativos.

source in Spanish: http://www.abc.com.py/articulos.php?...L=0fb6552f3e2a4bc9c1e74397a86fb878
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RE: OceanAir Looking To Serve Paraguay...

Sat Jun 23, 2007 1:40 pm

Interesting Ricariza, no news on this in Brazil yet.

Thanks for sharing with us!

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RE: OceanAir Looking To Serve Paraguay...

Sat Jun 23, 2007 1:48 pm

Quoting LipeGIG (Reply 1):
Interesting Ricariza, no news on this in Brazil yet.

I heard it a few days ago, but I was under the impression they wanted to transfer some Fokker 100s to a new subsidiary there.
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RE: OceanAir Looking To Serve Paraguay...

Tue Jul 03, 2007 7:40 pm

Quoting LipeGIG (Reply 1):
no news on this in Brazil yet

Really? I would have thought that there is where the news will come from.. oh well, we'll see if this becomes real or not.
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