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Re: Brazil: Foreign Ownership Limit of Airlines Eliminated

Thu May 23, 2019 2:53 pm

dcajet wrote:
aemoreira1981 wrote:
What are the odds that G3 becomes Delta Brazil? I see this helping LATAM consolidate all operations in Santiago, but must planes remain on the Brazil registry?


Since last year, Brazilian legislation allows Brazilian airlines to operate foreign registered planes. In fact, LATAM Brazil has been operating CC- registered 767s. Crews, however, must continue to be nationals of Brazil.

Why would Delta do such a thing? What's the benefit to the Delta brand?

Not DL, but foreign airlines will now set up subsidiaries. Whom I do not know. For healthy Brazilian airlines, this opens up access to global funds. Co-list in New York or London?

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Re: Brazil: Foreign Ownership Limit of Airlines Eliminated

Thu May 23, 2019 11:01 pm

ojjunior wrote:
Who cares about Brazil's economy going well or bad if the domestic aviation market has always been around 90 million domestic pax per year in recent years?
Anyone who offers a good service will be successful. There's space for many!

Good reading here: https://www.statista.com/statistics/877551/number-passengers-domestic-flights-brazil/

Can't remember last time news made me so happy!

Now these amateur companies with poor service and stratospheric prices (except Azul-AD) operating domestically in Brazil have lost their gold mine (If you haven't flown domestically in Brazil in the recent years several times, please don't say LATAM and Gol are good airlines based in 1 or 2 experiences). Either they improve services or they will disappear!

Nothing but the good old Law of competition, always welcome!

Welcome foreign airlines! Good luck to any of them who will operate here!



I agree with everything here.
 
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Re: Brazil: Foreign Ownership Limit of Airlines Eliminated

Fri May 24, 2019 12:04 am

dcajet wrote:
aemoreira1981 wrote:
What are the odds that G3 becomes Delta Brazil? I see this helping LATAM consolidate all operations in Santiago, but must planes remain on the Brazil registry?


Since last year, Brazilian legislation allows Brazilian airlines to operate foreign registered planes. In fact, LATAM Brazil has been operating CC- registered 767s. Crews, however, must continue to be nationals of Brazil.

Why would Delta do such a thing? What's the benefit to the Delta brand?


Possibly to expand its global reach. Remember that Delta effectively controls both Virgin Atlantic and Aeromexico already. I see Delta buying additional shares to gain at least one more seat on the board.

As for AD, I see an additional listing on a NYSE or NASDAQ. The question is: with which US carrier do they cooperate more closely: UA or B6? I'd be surprised if they didn't try GRU-JFK.
 
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Re: Brazil: Foreign Ownership Limit of Airlines Eliminated

Fri May 24, 2019 3:31 am

aemoreira1981 wrote:
dcajet wrote:
aemoreira1981 wrote:
What are the odds that G3 becomes Delta Brazil? I see this helping LATAM consolidate all operations in Santiago, but must planes remain on the Brazil registry?


Since last year, Brazilian legislation allows Brazilian airlines to operate foreign registered planes. In fact, LATAM Brazil has been operating CC- registered 767s. Crews, however, must continue to be nationals of Brazil.

Why would Delta do such a thing? What's the benefit to the Delta brand?


Possibly to expand its global reach. Remember that Delta effectively controls both Virgin Atlantic and Aeromexico already. I see Delta buying additional shares to gain at least one more seat on the board.

As for AD, I see an additional listing on a NYSE or NASDAQ. The question is: with which US carrier do they cooperate more closely: UA or B6? I'd be surprised if they didn't try GRU-JFK.


I think Delta may maintain or increase its participation in GOL, but not take over the brand.

Azul has no feed at GRU. Their big hub in the region is VCP and that is their launch pad for new international routes, such as VCP-EZE, recently started.
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