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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:38 am

Maybe a good add for EW to purchase ZI - build a base at ORY. O&D of Paris region should be strong enough with decent business pax along ethnic / touristic pax.

Otherwise they risk that Norwegian / Level / Easy etc will get stronger at ORY / Paris market.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Sun Aug 11, 2019 11:06 am

cityshuttle wrote:
Maybe a good add for EW to purchase ZI - build a base at ORY. O&D of Paris region should be strong enough with decent business pax along ethnic / touristic pax.

Otherwise they risk that Norwegian / Level / Easy etc will get stronger at ORY / Paris market.


Would French labor laws make it worthwhile? Also, Lufthansa Group would probably want to negotiate to purchase the planes from ZI’s lessors; they did that with the planes they got from Air Berlin.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:50 pm

cityshuttle wrote:
Maybe a good add for EW to purchase ZI - build a base at ORY. O&D of Paris region should be strong enough with decent business pax along ethnic / touristic pax.

Otherwise they risk that Norwegian / Level / Easy etc will get stronger at ORY / Paris market.

The best strategy for competing airlines is to let the struggling airline go bust and bid for their assets, slots, aircraft, instead of purchasing the airline outright.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Sun Aug 11, 2019 3:53 pm

cityshuttle wrote:
Maybe a good add for EW to purchase ZI

Yes, brilliant, even more loss-making operations for under the EW umbrella. It would fit them quite well actually.
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Sun Aug 11, 2019 4:36 pm

BasilFawlty wrote:
cityshuttle wrote:
Maybe a good add for EW to purchase ZI

Yes, brilliant, even more loss-making operations for under the EW umbrella. It would fit them quite well actually.

Maybe EW will become some sort of "bad bank" in European aviation ... ?
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Mon Aug 12, 2019 4:10 pm

Things are not looking good for ZI :( Their Portuguese operations are to be sold to VY.
Flights to Algeria and Mali to be moved to CDG while Moscow and Kiev will stay in ORY.
MXP and BEY to be dropped, TXL having just ended.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:04 am

Thibault973 wrote:
Things are not looking good for ZI :( Their Portuguese operations are to be sold to VY.
Flights to Algeria and Mali to be moved to CDG while Moscow and Kiev will stay in ORY.
MXP and BEY to be dropped, TXL having just ended.


Strange. Portuguese operations only account for 15% of ZI slots; so they would never cover the 40 to 50% slots acquisition quoted by the media.

Also, if they move Algeria to CDG, what will they do with these slots (60% of their portfolio) ?
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:23 am

Apparently, slots to OPO and LIS will be transferd to VY.

Moreover, Algeria government (or airports authorities) have to pay 60M€ which belongs to ZI. With this sum, ZI would be in better shape.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:09 am

nicode wrote:
Apparently, slots to OPO and LIS will be transferd to VY.

Moreover, Algeria government (or airports authorities) have to pay 60M€ which belongs to ZI. With this sum, ZI would be in better shape.


Do you have more details about those 60M€? Reports were around 25-28M€ stuck in an Algerian entity who act as a local BSP back in 2015

Edit :

This money is :
Passenger fees (from 2011)
Fuel Surchage
Issue ticket non used

Apparently Algerian entities are "checking" those amounts for years now....
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:38 am

Thibault973 wrote:
Things are not looking good for ZI :( Their Portuguese operations are to be sold to VY.
Flights to Algeria and Mali to be moved to CDG while Moscow and Kiev will stay in ORY.
MXP and BEY to be dropped, TXL having just ended.


I don't get the point of keeping Moscow and Kiev in ORY unless this a bilateral restriction. If you're going to sell your slots in ORY then sell them all and move the entire operation to CDG.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:41 am

nicode wrote:
Apparently, slots to OPO and LIS will be transferd to VY.



They stopped LIS in 2018. They now barely fly once a day to OPO (+ few odd flights to FAO and FNC), so very far from what Vueling would get in terms of slots
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Aug 13, 2019 4:03 pm

runway23 wrote:
Thibault973 wrote:
Things are not looking good for ZI :( Their Portuguese operations are to be sold to VY.
Flights to Algeria and Mali to be moved to CDG while Moscow and Kiev will stay in ORY.
MXP and BEY to be dropped, TXL having just ended.


I don't get the point of keeping Moscow and Kiev in ORY unless this a bilateral restriction. If you're going to sell your slots in ORY then sell them all and move the entire operation to CDG.


Don't understand it either, it would mean keeping 1 daily departure from ORY, 4w to DME and 3 to Kiev. Makes no sense at all (although ZI's rights to Russia might be restricted to ORY).
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:07 am

Let us do the math, if ZI sells 40% of their slots, DME and IEV wont be enough to use the remaining 60%. Some sources say that only part of Algeria will move to CDG
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:51 pm

runway23 wrote:
Thibault973 wrote:
Things are not looking good for ZI :( Their Portuguese operations are to be sold to VY.
Flights to Algeria and Mali to be moved to CDG while Moscow and Kiev will stay in ORY.
MXP and BEY to be dropped, TXL having just ended.


I don't get the point of keeping Moscow and Kiev in ORY unless this a bilateral restriction. If you're going to sell your slots in ORY then sell them all and move the entire operation to CDG.


I have no idea about Moscow, but KBP (Kiev Boryspil) has a mechanism, where you might get preference in fees, if you open a new route.
Now, I never fully studied the details, but a key factor that is often mentioned is that for the route to be declared as a new one, it cannot cannibalize existing routes.
In principle, it makes sense -- you don't want to create a "revolving door" of temporary entrant carriers -- each will fly the route, with rebates in fees, until the rebate is over, while an entrenched operator pays full fees.

KBP-CDG is served by both entrenched AF and PS, and recent entrant SkyUp. Only ORY-KBP is available as a "new route". Now, Aigle Azur has launched the route in April this year, and probably still enjoys KBP rebates and other "honeymoon" specials -- that will be withdrawn the second they switch to CDG-KBP.
Also, the open skies treaty between EU and Ukraine is still not in place (Gibraltar status is often mentioned as official hold-up), and route authorities are based on bilaterals. So, Aigle Azur would also have to apply for re-issue of their route authority for CDG, vs. ORY. Takes time.
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:05 pm

Is the current turmoil in Algeria part of the problem ?
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:47 pm

Aesma wrote:
Is the current turmoil in Algeria part of the problem ?


Nope
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:57 pm

Guys I fly to Algeria a lot and prices are already really high with Aigle Azur in trouble if they fold will prices to Algeria increase significantly?
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:04 pm

rouelan wrote:
Some sources say that only part of Algeria will move to CDG

What would be the point of such splitted operations? It doesn't make any sense for a small airline like ZI.
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:07 pm

MCTSET wrote:
Guys I fly to Algeria a lot and prices are already really high with Aigle Azur in trouble if they fold will prices to Algeria increase significantly?


Indeed, same demand less seats available. This Will be temporary until a new operator is operating those lucrative lines.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:05 pm

A380MSN004 wrote:
MCTSET wrote:
Guys I fly to Algeria a lot and prices are already really high with Aigle Azur in trouble if they fold will prices to Algeria increase significantly?


Indeed, same demand less seats available. This Will be temporary until a new operator is operating those lucrative lines.


Is this because Algeria is a regulated market, that airlines are simply unable to expand.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:13 am

Azul it`s not taking the Paris route for basic reasons:

- LF its good but not that good
- No partner at Paris both CDG or ORY
- The former A330 from O6 it`s now a spare airplane, in the last weeks Azul used a lot of HiFly planes to rescue A330 grounded flights.

I rather see AD flying to SCL or NYC area than Paris.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:02 am

A380MSN004 wrote:
MCTSET wrote:
Guys I fly to Algeria a lot and prices are already really high with Aigle Azur in trouble if they fold will prices to Algeria increase significantly?


Indeed, same demand less seats available. This Will be temporary until a new operator is operating those lucrative lines.


Transavia is slightly stepping in from NTE to Algieria and Tunisia from LYS .
Although with Aigle Azur selling slots to Vueling from ORY and as they are just new in the African market from Spain as it could be very lucrative in their spanish hubs such as MAD or BCN.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:12 am

Msep003 wrote:
A380MSN004 wrote:
MCTSET wrote:
Guys I fly to Algeria a lot and prices are already really high with Aigle Azur in trouble if they fold will prices to Algeria increase significantly?


Indeed, same demand less seats available. This Will be temporary until a new operator is operating those lucrative lines.


Transavia is slightly stepping in from NTE to Algieria and Tunisia from LYS .
Although with Aigle Azur selling slots to Vueling from ORY and as they are just new in the African market from Spain as it could be very lucrative in their spanish hubs such as MAD or BCN.


VY already flies up to 5 daily flights to ALG (2xBCN, 1xMRS, 1xALC, 1xAGP and 1xVLC (both less than daily) and 3 daily flights to ORN (2 from ALC and 1 from BCN).
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:25 am

 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Mon Sep 02, 2019 2:54 pm

Wait till Neeleman sells slots in ORLY to B6 and then takes over AIGLE AZUR. Leaving out to other airlines (TAP)
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Mon Sep 02, 2019 3:09 pm

Blueknows wrote:
Wait till Neeleman sells slots in ORLY to B6 and then takes over AIGLE AZUR. Leaving out to other airlines (TAP)


You really think so ?

From various French Press articles, some were stating Neeleman was struggling on other projects at the moment but they never give more détails.
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Mon Sep 02, 2019 3:14 pm

He was the one who wanted to sue others in company for bad management . As they were complaining about wanting more
Money
 
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Re: Aigle Azur at risk of ceasing operations

Tue Sep 03, 2019 12:46 am

As soon as consumers hear words like 'bankruptcy' or 'receivership' in countries where there is no Chapter 11 equivalent, they usually los all confidence and stop handing over cash for anything that doesn't involve immediate delivery of the product/service being offered.
Can Aigle Azur really survive long term ?
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 4:19 pm

Sales will be stopped starting September 10
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:13 pm

So that means no white knight on the horizon ?
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:21 pm

It probably means they'll stop operating September 11th.
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:54 pm

The deadline for submission of the offers is September 9
Next week we will see if AF or IAG will take control of ZI (or part of ZI) or if ZI will collapse
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 6:38 pm

I make a bet on AF for Transavia
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 6:45 pm

ZI has 10000 slots at ORY

Both IAG (Vueling) and AF-KLM (Transavia) should be interested
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 7:53 pm

https://www.aigle-azur.com/flash-inform ... ber-4-2019

Operations already stopped on 3 destinations. Just "sorry for inconvenience " with no advice for stranded passengers. With no boss, staff are still trying to do their best, even if they have little to offer, before the end
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 8:45 pm

Some flights to/from Algeria are also cancelled. Big delays on most of the flights. ALG-TLS of yesterday cancelled, passengers are still waiting in Algiers
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:58 pm

What an absolute shame to see the long-standing French airline Aigle Azur in such dire straits.

Aigle Azur is an airline with a very rich history in French aviation spanning 73 years having initially been started not long after the second world war in 1946.

So many French independent airline's have failed over the last few decades and it seems more than likely that Aigle Azur will be yet another one.
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:03 am

Aigle Azur’s CEO announces resignation; airline’s booking engine closed from 10 September
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... september/

French Carrier Aigle Azur Files for Bankruptcy
https://airlinegeeks.com/2019/09/04/fre ... ankruptcy/

Aigle Azur into receivership; 1,150 jobs at stake
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... -at-stake/

According to their latest press release dated 3rd Sept 2019, they are still operating as per normal.
https://aigle-azur.com/sites/default/fi ... ership.pdf

God speed on the workers! No thanks to the CEO for abandoning his workers at time of need.
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:35 am

I think the rule to have those 10,000 (annual) Orly slots is to buy the entire company.
Air France is interested in order to expand Transavia France.
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:54 am

The CEO resigned live on BFM Business TV/radio. He said he had no choice, IT had cut his email account to intimidate him, someone was trying a putsch against him, unions had unreasonable demands...

He was hired to save the airline, was following the agreed plan, but other people in the airline didn't see it that way.
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:30 am

Aesma wrote:
The CEO resigned live on BFM Business TV/radio. He said he had no choice, IT had cut his email account to intimidate him, someone was trying a putsch against him, unions had unreasonable demands...

He was hired to save the airline, was following the agreed plan, but other people in the airline didn't see it that way.


It's unclear who from HNA or Neeleman didn't play the game. Apparently shareholders didn't invest the money they said they will when the CEO Frantz Yvelin explained them his strategy to developp Aigle Azur.
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:41 am

nicode wrote:
I think the rule to have those 10,000 (annual) Orly slots is to buy the entire company.
Air France is interested in order to expand Transavia France.


Yes, no slot swapping or selling. Either you buy the whole airline or the slots go back into the pool and get redistributed in the "traditional" way.

Air France for Transavia, IAG for LEVEL and Groupe Dubreuil (French Bee & Air Caraibes) are said to be the interested parties. I don't see what Groupe Dubreuil would do with these slots unless they start flights to Africa....

10000 slots would be perfect for Transavia though, especially with the union deal supposedly passing allowing them to expand.
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:46 am

juliuswong wrote:
Aigle Azur’s CEO announces resignation; airline’s booking engine closed from 10 September
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... september/

French Carrier Aigle Azur Files for Bankruptcy
https://airlinegeeks.com/2019/09/04/fre ... ankruptcy/

Aigle Azur into receivership; 1,150 jobs at stake
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... -at-stake/

According to their latest press release dated 3rd Sept 2019, they are still operating as per normal.
https://aigle-azur.com/sites/default/fi ... ership.pdf

God speed on the workers! No thanks to the CEO for abandoning his workers at time of need.


What will happen to the a/c leased out to TAP, like F-HBIS and F-HBAL? Will this affect seriously the operations of TAP?
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 3:21 pm

FromCDGtoSYD wrote:
Yes, no slot swapping or selling. Either you buy the whole airline or the slots go back into the pool and get redistributed in the "traditional" way.



The problem is that Aigle Azur is likely not to exist anymore, maybe as soon as next week since all sales are closed as from next tuesday
So, a grey area already explored by BA with the Monarch slots

http://www.hfw.com/Playing-the-slots-Co ... ember-2017
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 3:29 pm

FromCDGtoSYD wrote:
nicode wrote:
I think the rule to have those 10,000 (annual) Orly slots is to buy the entire company.
Air France is interested in order to expand Transavia France.


Yes, no slot swapping or selling. Either you buy the whole airline or the slots go back into the pool and get redistributed in the "traditional" way.


What is the 'traditional' way to reallocate a large number of slots? In a hurry?
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 4:18 pm

juliuswong wrote:
Aigle Azur’s CEO announces resignation; airline’s booking engine closed from 10 September
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... september/

French Carrier Aigle Azur Files for Bankruptcy
https://airlinegeeks.com/2019/09/04/fre ... ankruptcy/

Aigle Azur into receivership; 1,150 jobs at stake
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/aigl ... -at-stake/

According to their latest press release dated 3rd Sept 2019, they are still operating as per normal.
https://aigle-azur.com/sites/default/fi ... ership.pdf

God speed on the workers! No thanks to the CEO for abandoning his workers at time of need.

Maybe you shouldn't be too quick to judge. Did you even listen to what he said live on BFMTV?
He said he resigned as one of the unions decided to not assist with the plans to save the airline, among other issues. He was hired to save the airline; but when some of the workers do not want to go with the flow, there is nothing that can be done.
He also said he'll be helping the person appointed to carry on with the receivership; he's not just bolting out.
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 5:49 pm

all flights cancelled as from tomorrow evening

https://www.rtl.fr/actu/conso/aigle-azu ... 7798285321
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:35 pm

rouelan wrote:
all flights cancelled as from tomorrow evening

https://www.rtl.fr/actu/conso/aigle-azu ... 7798285321


KBP arrivals board already shows tonight's arrival (2.10 a.m. local time, September 6) and consequent departure for ORY at 4.20 as canceled.
Canceled prematurely? Maybe they have a debt to the airport authority/ATC and fear an impounded plane situation?
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:22 pm

MIflyer12 wrote:
FromCDGtoSYD wrote:
nicode wrote:
I think the rule to have those 10,000 (annual) Orly slots is to buy the entire company.
Air France is interested in order to expand Transavia France.


Yes, no slot swapping or selling. Either you buy the whole airline or the slots go back into the pool and get redistributed in the "traditional" way.


What is the 'traditional' way to reallocate a large number of slots? In a hurry?


Slot and coordination authority (COHOR) art putting all of them in a "pool" and allocate them at the next aeronautical season.

https://www.cohor.org/en/ory-26012018-d ... veau-pool/
 
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Re: Updated: Aigle Azur will go into receivership

Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:36 pm

Phosphorus wrote:
rouelan wrote:
all flights cancelled as from tomorrow evening

https://www.rtl.fr/actu/conso/aigle-azu ... 7798285321


KBP arrivals board already shows tonight's arrival (2.10 a.m. local time, September 6) and consequent departure for ORY at 4.20 as canceled.
Canceled prematurely? Maybe they have a debt to the airport authority/ATC and fear an impounded plane situation?


https://www.aigle-azur.com/sites/defaul ... ntenus.pdf

Only operating flights to Algeria tomorrow. Then it's all over.

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