Covid-19: chi è andato e chi (forse) torna.


Charter2017

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PLAY Airline (Islanda, low cost) ha in flotta il primo aereo, A321neo TF-AEW (ex Interjet e Aercap), e la prima rotta sarà KEF - STN dal 23 Giugno 2021.

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Charter2017

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Skylink Airways potrebbe diventare il successore di SAA-South African Airways e volare con una flotta di SSJ-100.
Il lancio è ancora lontano, Settembre 2022, e molto può cambiare, però il futuro è ambizioso: finanziatori Sudafricani e Russi, inizio con 2 E190 e 10 SSJ-100 per voli domestici e nei paesi confinanti, basi a Cape Town e Johannesburg.
Se l'inizio sarà promettente è in programma il lancio di voli tra il Sudafrica e la Russia.
La notizia mi ha interessato particolarmente per l'interesse verso il SSJ-100, un aereo molto bello e poco considerato.
 

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Breeze Air (USA) ha iniziato a vendere biglietti. 4 E190 e 2 E195 per iniziare, poi gli A220 (80 ordinati). Compagnia che vola point to point da aeroporti minori degli States.

 
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Sono molto contento che Condor abbia assicurato il suo futuro: "Attestor" acquisisce il 51% della compagnia aerea.

Condor has released this statement
Condor’s future is secured: Asset manager Attestor acquires 51 percent of the company’s shares and sets the course for a secure future of Condor. Attestor invests 200 million euros of equity capital and will provide a further 250 million euros to modernize Condor’s long-haul fleet. This will ensure the rapid ramp-up of flight operations after the Coronavirus pandemic and will further enable the long-term development of Germany’s most popular leisure airline under the strong Condor brand. All 4,050 jobs at the airline and the company’s own maintenance subsidiary Condor Technik will be retained.
“We are proud that we were able to convince Attestor of Condor as a traditional company with a 65-year history of providing quality holidays and excellent service. Our partnership will enable us, together with our other industry partners, to advance our vision of sustainable air travel, launch innovative products and drive forward digital transformation. Our employees have proven they are prepared to go the extra mile – not only for Condor, but also for our customers and partners. And, going forward, that’s precisely what we will continue to do” says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.
Jan-Christoph Peters, founder and owner of Attestor: “Condor is a strong brand with a proven business model in an attractive market. As the leader in the German leisure flight market, Condor is especially well-positioned to benefit when the tourism market picks up. After successful restructuring, the company’s cost position is highly competitive. By investing in Condor, we are not only creating the foundation for a successful restart, but are also paving the way forward for the company’s long-term development into Europe’s leading charter airline. To this end, we will invest substantially to modernize the Condor fleet.”
Attestor is initially acquiring a stake of 51 percent in Condor, while the remaining 49 percent will remain with SG Luftfahrtgesellschaft, which holds its shares on behalf of Germany’s federal government and the government of the state of Hesse. The investor has the option of acquiring the remaining shares at a later time. In order to secure jobs in the long term, the German federal government and the state of Hesse are supporting Condor’s repositioning with a restructuring of the KfW loan. This measure is subject to approval under EU state aid legislation. Condor will repay the remaining KfW loan as agreed in due time.
About Attestor
Attestor is an owner-operated asset management company with a long-term horizon and specializes in investments in turnaround situations. The fund was founded by German investor Jan-Christoph Peters in 2012 and currently has assets under management of around 5.5 billion euros. The majority of the capital comes from university foundations and family offices. The portfolio includes a stake in Kommunalkredit Austria, an Austrian bank, and in Europcar, a car rental agency. Attestor’s investments in the tourism sector include a number of hotels in Italy and the Netherlands.
 

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Spero che uno dei primo obbiettivi del nuovo proprietario di Condor sia investire per rinnovare la flotta, in particolare quella di lungo raggio i loro 767 sono ormai vetusti.
 

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Spero che uno dei primo obbiettivi del nuovo proprietario di Condor sia investire per rinnovare la flotta, in particolare quella di lungo raggio i loro 767 sono ormai vetusti.
Da www.aviation24.be
...The Condor fleet last consisted of around 50 aircraft. The ageing long-haul fleet should be renewed as quickly as possible. With the announced EUR 250 million equity, aircraft worth around EUR 1 billion could be financed...
 

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Da www.aviation24.be
...The Condor fleet last consisted of around 50 aircraft. The ageing long-haul fleet should be renewed as quickly as possible. With the announced EUR 250 million equity, aircraft worth around EUR 1 billion could be financed...
Con 1 miliardo di euro potresti comprare forse 5 o 6 WB dipende dal modello e prezzo, mentre attualmente hanno 15 767 in flotta da sostituire. Diciamo che è un inizio.
 

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Due "ritorni" e un modello di aereo che lascia la compagnia.

Air Montenegro
(successore di Montenegro Airlines) comincia a volare dal 10 Giugno da Tivat e Pogdoriga verso Belgrado con E195

Cabo Verde Airlines
ricomincia a volare dal 18 Giugno (Isola Sal - Lisbona)

Austrian Airlines dice addio al Dash 8-400: 18 in flotta dal 2012. Ottimo aereo per le tratte regionali, voli bellissimi.
 

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Chi e andato, chi torna e chi comincia ad operare dal 30.06.2021

Auguri flyr
Ho visto il sito, dice appunto che inizieranno a volare il 30 giugno, ma non c'è ancora nessuna rotta in vendita, anzi il sito è puramente informativo, non è visibile. nemmeno il booking engine. Direi che è molto probabile un rinvio della partenza dei voli.
 

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Ho visto il sito, dice appunto che inizieranno a volare il 30 giugno, ma non c'è ancora nessuna rotta in vendita, anzi il sito è puramente informativo, non è visibile. nemmeno il booking engine. Direi che è molto probabile un rinvio della partenza dei voli.
io ho già comprato 3 voli interni a prezzi superscontati (meno di 40 euro con doppio bagaglio 23kg per quasi tutte le rotte interne che mediamente costano più del doppio). la vendita è accessibile per ora solo a chi si era pre-registrato. la chiamano pre-sale. in ambito aeronautico non so se è una prima assoluta ma spero di sfruttarla.
 

Charter2017

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Sono molto contento che Condor abbia assicurato il suo futuro: "Attestor" acquisisce il 51% della compagnia aerea.

Condor has released this statement
Condor’s future is secured: Asset manager Attestor acquires 51 percent of the company’s shares and sets the course for a secure future of Condor. Attestor invests 200 million euros of equity capital and will provide a further 250 million euros to modernize Condor’s long-haul fleet. This will ensure the rapid ramp-up of flight operations after the Coronavirus pandemic and will further enable the long-term development of Germany’s most popular leisure airline under the strong Condor brand. All 4,050 jobs at the airline and the company’s own maintenance subsidiary Condor Technik will be retained.
“We are proud that we were able to convince Attestor of Condor as a traditional company with a 65-year history of providing quality holidays and excellent service. Our partnership will enable us, together with our other industry partners, to advance our vision of sustainable air travel, launch innovative products and drive forward digital transformation. Our employees have proven they are prepared to go the extra mile – not only for Condor, but also for our customers and partners. And, going forward, that’s precisely what we will continue to do” says Ralf Teckentrup, CEO of Condor.
Jan-Christoph Peters, founder and owner of Attestor: “Condor is a strong brand with a proven business model in an attractive market. As the leader in the German leisure flight market, Condor is especially well-positioned to benefit when the tourism market picks up. After successful restructuring, the company’s cost position is highly competitive. By investing in Condor, we are not only creating the foundation for a successful restart, but are also paving the way forward for the company’s long-term development into Europe’s leading charter airline. To this end, we will invest substantially to modernize the Condor fleet.”
Attestor is initially acquiring a stake of 51 percent in Condor, while the remaining 49 percent will remain with SG Luftfahrtgesellschaft, which holds its shares on behalf of Germany’s federal government and the government of the state of Hesse. The investor has the option of acquiring the remaining shares at a later time. In order to secure jobs in the long term, the German federal government and the state of Hesse are supporting Condor’s repositioning with a restructuring of the KfW loan. This measure is subject to approval under EU state aid legislation. Condor will repay the remaining KfW loan as agreed in due time.
About Attestor
Attestor is an owner-operated asset management company with a long-term horizon and specializes in investments in turnaround situations. The fund was founded by German investor Jan-Christoph Peters in 2012 and currently has assets under management of around 5.5 billion euros. The majority of the capital comes from university foundations and family offices. The portfolio includes a stake in Kommunalkredit Austria, an Austrian bank, and in Europcar, a car rental agency. Attestor’s investments in the tourism sector include a number of hotels in Italy and the Netherlands.
Notizia di oggi: la Corte Europea accoglie il ricorso Ryanair contro gli aiuti di Stato per Condor.
Secondo me sarebbe ora di farla finita con questo balletto di sentenze "pro" e "contro": è chiaro che il Covid-19 ha devastato il trasporto aereo quindi, tranne in casi molto particolari (vedi Alitalia), mamma "Europa unita" dovrebbe legiferare all'unanimità cosa è "aiuto illegale" e cosa è "aiuto accettato". Anche perchè chi, putroppo, doveva fallire perchè già debole o in perdita è fallito (tranne la solita Alitalia...), chi è rimasto era comunque abbastanza corazzato da poter affrontare un dramma come la pandemia Covid-19, anche se poi ne è uscito a pezzi. Troppe eccezioni e confusione in materia, cosa d'altronde molto frequente in questa UE. E in questa confusione Ryanair sguazza...

Ryanair welcomes EU Court ruling on Condor state aid
Ryanair today welcomed the EU General Court’s annulment of the European Commission’s approval of State aid by Germany to Condor. In April 2020, the German government granted a €550m loan to Condor, which had already benefited from a €380m rescue loan from Germany in 2019 following the bankruptcy of its parent company, Thomas Cook.
While the Covid-19 crisis has caused damage to all airlines that contribute to the economy and the connectivity of Germany, the German government decided to support only its inefficient “national” airlines, including Condor.
Ryanair referred the European Commission’s approval of this €550m illegal subsidy to Condor to the EU General Court in 2020.
A Ryanair spokesperson said:
“The German government aid to Condor – both in 2019 and 2020 – went against the fundamental principles of EU law and has distorted the market to the detriment of consumers. Today’s ruling is an important victory for consumers and competition.
During the Covid-19 pandemic over €30 billion in discriminatory State subsidies has been gifted to EU flag carriers. Unless halted by the EU Courts in line with today’s ruling, the effects of market distortion caused by this State aid will be felt for decades. If Europe is to emerge from this crisis with a functioning single market, the European Commission must stand up to national governments and stop rubber stamping discriminatory State aid to inefficient national airlines.”
 
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