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    Jet Airways sempre più giù:

    Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) has delayed payments of August wages to 15% of its staff, well over 2,000 employees, due to the looming cash crisis, the Financial Times has reported.

    An airline spokesperson insisted that all staff members would "eventually" be paid, although he did not name any specific timeline.

    The media reported in early August that Jet Airways was facing an imminent cash crisis and might become insolvent within 60 days. The carrier denied these allegations, although it later announced a INR20 billion rupee (USD285 million) cost-cutting drive. It also launched its largest-ever sale in order to improve the current cash flow.

    Between March and June 2018, the carrier lost INR13.3 billion (USD190 million) net. The carrier had a total debt of INR81.5 billion rupees (USD1.2 billion) as of March 31, 2018

    Ch-Aviation

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    Ma come mai tutte le compagnie dove hanno messo mano sono finite così??? Erano gia morti viventi o qualche problema gestionale c’è stato??

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    Continuano le riduzioni in casa Etihad, è la volta di DUS che viene dimezzata passando da 2 a 1 solo daily.

    Etihad Dusseldorf service reductions from Jan 2019

    Etihad Airways in January 2019 is gradually reducing Abu Dhabi – Dusseldorf service, initially reduced from 14 to 12-13 weekly. By May 2019, overall service will be reduced to 7 weekly.

    The following schedule is effective 16JAN19 – 30MAR19.

    EY023 AUH0240 – 0645DUS 332 D
    EY029 AUH0905 – 1310 DUS 332 x35

    EY024 DUS1020 – 1935AUH 332 D
    EY030 DUS2055 – 0610+1AUH 332 x35

    EY023/024 will switch to Boeing 787-9 service from 01MAY19
    EY029/030 between 16JAN19 and 30APR19 will operate 6 weekly (Day x5) on selected weeks, and cancelled from 01MAY19 (except 03MAY19)

    airlineroute

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    E' in fase di atterraggio il volo EY278 AUH-MLE per la prima volta con A380 che inaugurerà la nuova pista dell'aeroporto Velana.
    Al momento è in circling, forse per traffico aereo.

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    Al momento è in circling, ...
    (Ossantinumi!)


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    (Ossantinumi!)
    chiedo venia, intendevo dire holding!

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    Etihad, Abu Dhabi studia opzioni ristrutturazione bond

    https://it.investing.com/news/stock-...ne-bond-574750

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    Etihad pare che sia in procinto di cancellare i 62 A350 che ha in ordine (o una larga parte).


    Etihad Cancels 62 A350 Orders and Will Now Outsource Australian Lounges

    As if we hadn’t heard enough about airlines struggling with money this week, it seems the flag carrier of the UAE is feeling financial pressures of their own. Etihad Airways are today reported to be on the verge of cancelling their orders for the A350, as well as outsourcing lounges in a bid to cut costs.

    Etihad’s cost cutting measures just took a turn for the worseThe struggling airline is also handing off control of many of its airport lounges, a facility previously only available to premium passengers. For some time now, the lounges have been open to all Etihad passengers, upon payment of a $40 entrance levy, but now they’re going to be open to other airline passengers too.
    A couple of weeks ago Simple Flying reported on Etihad handing over control of their Heathrow T4 lounge to No1 Lounges. Well, now they’re also handing No1 Lounges the reins on their Sydney and Melbourne lounges too.
    From next week, No1 lounges will take over these two Australian sites. The airline is maintaining control of lounges in Paris, New York, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles. But for how long?

    Etihad cancels A350 orders

    In June this year, the Etihad fleet consisted of 110 aircraft with a further 165 on order. These orders included:

    • Airbus A350: 62
    • Boeing 787: 52
    • Boeing 777: 26
    • Airbus A321neo: 26
    • Airbus A320neo: 10

    When the orders were placed for these aircraft, Etihad were pursuing an aggressive expansion strategy, in a bid to keep pace with neighbouring Emirates and Qatar. However, in view of recent losses and projected further losses in the coming years, the airline is planning to scale back their strategy, leaving many of these aircraft unnecessary.
    The new A350s will almost certainly never be liveried for EtihadIf Etihad cancels A350 orders, it shouldn’t come as a complete shock to Airbus. Back in June this year, Etihad worked hard to wiggle out of a deal with Boeing to cancel or defer 25 planes from their order of 777Xs.
    Other reports suggest that, over a month ago, Etihad cancelled all the training requirements for the A350. They also cancelled delivery of the A350 simulator, which suggests they’ve known for some time they would never operate this aircraft.

    The story of the Etihad financial struggles


    For Etihad financial struggles have been coming to a head for some time now. Reporting losses of $1.52bn last year. And that was on top of a loss of $1.87bn the year before.
    Much of this was down to a failed investment, say the airline. In particular, they blame poorly chosen partnerships including those with Alitalia and airberlin, both of whom have since gone bust. They still hold stakes in four other airlines, including struggling Jet Airways.
    Since the appointment of Tony Douglas as the new CEO, the carrier has been trying to pare back operations, trimming their fleet of 121 aircraft down to 115 by last winter. They’ve cut a bunch of routes too, now serving around 100 destinations down from 117 two years ago.
    Their ‘boutique’ service has been drastically reduced too. They’ve cut out chauffeur service, got rid of pyjamas, pared back their spa services in their lounges and downgraded their catering. In June this year, a number of pilots were transferred from Etihad to Emirates and, in total, 4,150 employees have been removed from the carrier since 2016.

    https://simpleflying.com/etihad-canc...alian-lounges/

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    Eppure su queste pagine leggo sempre che tutte le compagnie al mondo (eccetto AZ) macinano utili....

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    Eppure su queste pagine leggo sempre che tutte le compagnie al mondo (eccetto AZ) macinano utili....
    Non capisco la vena polemica.
    Questo e' il thread EY, che perde a rotta di collo da qualche anno ormai. Anche QR sta perdendo soldi fra le altre cose.

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    Eppure su queste pagine leggo sempre che tutte le compagnie al mondo (eccetto AZ) macinano utili....
    dai su, anche AM non se la passa bene ma sai meglio di me che sono dinamiche ben diverse: EY ha cannato la sua politica di espansione giocando a chi ce l'aveva piu' lungo tra loro, QR e EK, dove quest'ultima le ha massacrate.
    AM e' invece un caso particolare e mi scuso per l'OT, ma ero due settimane fa a MEX e ho notato una incredibile serie di partenze per tratte intercont sul tabellone, 90% AM; non ho potuto fare a meno di riflettere se vi fosse poi tutta questa domanda da giustificare un network di tale portata...poi oggi leggo di un bel loss 2018...con tagli di rotte...

    Quindi, queste non se la passano bene per aver cercato di spadroneggiare, AZ non se la passa bene perche' incapace anche solo di capire cosa fare, e' ben diverso.

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    Etihad pare che sia in procinto di cancellare i 62 A350 che ha in ordine (o una larga parte).


    Etihad Cancels 62 A350 Orders and Will Now Outsource Australian Lounges

    As if we hadn’t heard enough about airlines struggling with money this week, it seems the flag carrier of the UAE is feeling financial pressures of their own. Etihad Airways are today reported to be on the verge of cancelling their orders for the A350, as well as outsourcing lounges in a bid to cut costs.

    Etihad’s cost cutting measures just took a turn for the worseThe struggling airline is also handing off control of many of its airport lounges, a facility previously only available to premium passengers. For some time now, the lounges have been open to all Etihad passengers, upon payment of a $40 entrance levy, but now they’re going to be open to other airline passengers too.
    A couple of weeks ago Simple Flying reported on Etihad handing over control of their Heathrow T4 lounge to No1 Lounges. Well, now they’re also handing No1 Lounges the reins on their Sydney and Melbourne lounges too.
    From next week, No1 lounges will take over these two Australian sites. The airline is maintaining control of lounges in Paris, New York, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles. But for how long?

    Etihad cancels A350 orders

    In June this year, the Etihad fleet consisted of 110 aircraft with a further 165 on order. These orders included:

    • Airbus A350: 62
    • Boeing 787: 52
    • Boeing 777: 26
    • Airbus A321neo: 26
    • Airbus A320neo: 10

    When the orders were placed for these aircraft, Etihad were pursuing an aggressive expansion strategy, in a bid to keep pace with neighbouring Emirates and Qatar. However, in view of recent losses and projected further losses in the coming years, the airline is planning to scale back their strategy, leaving many of these aircraft unnecessary.
    The new A350s will almost certainly never be liveried for EtihadIf Etihad cancels A350 orders, it shouldn’t come as a complete shock to Airbus. Back in June this year, Etihad worked hard to wiggle out of a deal with Boeing to cancel or defer 25 planes from their order of 777Xs.
    Other reports suggest that, over a month ago, Etihad cancelled all the training requirements for the A350. They also cancelled delivery of the A350 simulator, which suggests they’ve known for some time they would never operate this aircraft.

    The story of the Etihad financial struggles


    For Etihad financial struggles have been coming to a head for some time now. Reporting losses of $1.52bn last year. And that was on top of a loss of $1.87bn the year before.
    Much of this was down to a failed investment, say the airline. In particular, they blame poorly chosen partnerships including those with Alitalia and airberlin, both of whom have since gone bust. They still hold stakes in four other airlines, including struggling Jet Airways.
    Since the appointment of Tony Douglas as the new CEO, the carrier has been trying to pare back operations, trimming their fleet of 121 aircraft down to 115 by last winter. They’ve cut a bunch of routes too, now serving around 100 destinations down from 117 two years ago.
    Their ‘boutique’ service has been drastically reduced too. They’ve cut out chauffeur service, got rid of pyjamas, pared back their spa services in their lounges and downgraded their catering. In June this year, a number of pilots were transferred from Etihad to Emirates and, in total, 4,150 employees have been removed from the carrier since 2016.

    https://simpleflying.com/etihad-canc...alian-lounges/
    Io credo che sia una cosa buona e giusta ed onestamente non capisco perché, anche all'epoca, si scelse per due modelli abbastanza complementari. Il 787 nelle versioni -9 e -10 va benissimo per il network attuale ed offrono alti livelli di confort (anche se 3-3-3 è sicuramente strettina).

    Discorso diverso per i B777X che spero vivamente arrivino in quanto un completo refurbishment degli interni degli attuali 777 sarebbe molto dispendioso (senza contare che su alcune rotte ULR serve molta capacità come ad esempio ORD, YYZ).

    In tutto ciò mese prossimo arriverà il primo B787-10 A6-BMA (e seguiranno BMB, BMC, BMD, BME, BMF, e BMG ma non so in quale lasso temporale) configurato 32-304 e senza crew rest. Volerà, come si sa già, all'inizio su JED e poi ICN.
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    dai su, anche AM non se la passa bene ma sai meglio di me che sono dinamiche ben diverse: EY ha cannato la sua politica di espansione giocando a chi ce l'aveva piu' lungo tra loro, QR e EK, dove quest'ultima le ha massacrate.
    AM e' invece un caso particolare e mi scuso per l'OT, ma ero due settimane fa a MEX e ho notato una incredibile serie di partenze per tratte intercont sul tabellone, 90% AM; non ho potuto fare a meno di riflettere se vi fosse poi tutta questa domanda da giustificare un network di tale portata...poi oggi leggo di un bel loss 2018...con tagli di rotte...

    Quindi, queste non se la passano bene per aver cercato di spadroneggiare, AZ non se la passa bene perche' incapace anche solo di capire cosa fare, e' ben diverso.
    Concordo su tutto.

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    Cambio di rotta sul BOB per Air Serbia.

    Air Serbia reintroduces free food, upgrades product

    Air Serbia is reintroducing complementary snacks for all economy class passengers and improving its business class product just nine months after rolling out its hybrid business model which led to a notable downgrade of its on board service offering on intra-European flights. The airline's CEO, Duncan Naysmith, noted this was the first in a number of improvements the carrier will be making in the coming months. "Our product propositioning has changed a number of times over the years. Based on feedback, we will enhance the following as of November: a new business class product on board to cater for the premium traveller and we will also enhance our product offering in economy to enable more choice for our customers", Mr Naysmith said.

    Earlier this year, Air Serbia introduced buy on board catering for the majority of its economy class passengers. It later rolled back aspects of the service by offering a free bottle of water following criticism from travellers. As of this month, all economy class passengers, regardless of their fare type, will also receive a bag of savoury nibbles or a gift snack. On the other hand, the airline has also said business class passengers will receive a "significantly improved service". "They will be able to enjoy an unlimited selection of drinks and an a la carte menu with cold and warm meals, depending on destination, flight duration and time of day. For guests on transatlantic flights, the service remains at a premium level, with all guests receiving their complementary meal, regardless of class of travel", the carrier noted. It also added it had improved its buy on board service with an additional eleven new products, including sweets, drinks and sandwiches.

    The Serbian carrier also launched a new look website last week, which it says features a more contemporary look and clearer structure, as well as a personalised experience, easier navigation and improved functions. "Air Serbia is paying a lot of attention to its digital presence. We will continue to listen to the needs and suggestions of our guests and improve the functionality and quality of our website based on their inputs. The redesign and the accompanying improvements are just a fraction of all the planned new features, surprises and prizes being prepared by the national carrier of the Republic of Serbia for the visitors of our website", the airline said.
    EX-YU

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    Etihad Airways to retrofit A380s with extra leg-room economy class

    Economy space seats will feature increased leg-room of up to 36 inches, while 777s and Dreamliners will also be modified

    Etihad Airways is reconfiguring seats on its A380 double-decker economy class to provide more choice and legroom to customers. Courtesy EtihadAbu Dhabi airline Etihad Airways is retrofitting its Airbus A380 double-decker aircraft and enhancing its economy class offering, to become the first airline in the Middle East to offer a premium coach service.
    By December, Etihad will refit 10 A380s with "economy space" seats, which feature an increased seat pitch of up to 36 inches, the carrier said on Monday. The reconfigured cabin increases the number of extra-legroom seats in economy class from 20 to 80 on the super-jumbo.
    “In response to popularity and demand for extra legroom seats, we have reconfigured our economy cabin to enhance travellers’ experience,” said Jamal Al Awadhi, Etihad Airways’ head of guest experience.
    “While many airlines have been squeezing more seats into economy class…we recognise that no two travellers are alike, and today’s customers demand more choice and personalisation during their travels.”
    Airlines are increasingly looking for ways to revamp cabin space and provide a mix of seating options for passengers, both to enhance airline revenues and better serve their customers. Some 20 airlines offer premium economy seats globally according to SkyTrax, which surveys millions of travellers and ranks airlines globally. Air New Zealand's premium economy class is ranked number one globally ahead of Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Virgin Atlantic and Cathay Pacific among others.
    In addition to modifying its A380s, Etihad will also add economy space seats to 12 Boeing 777s and 21 Dreamliners by the end of next year, increasing the total number of extra legroom seats by 560 per cent.
    Families with small children, elderly travellers and those requiring wheelchair assistance, as well as others, can benefit from the extra room available through Economy Space, the airline said.

    Etihad Aviation Group’s global chief executive Tony Douglas told The National in July, he wants Etihad to become the “dim sum” of aviation business over the next five years, using the digital revolution to provide greater choice to customers beyond the industry-standard economy, business and first-class model.
    Later that month, the airline introduced a seat selection fee on all economy class flights, allowing passengers to pre-book seats on all economy deal, economy saver, economy classic fares and award tickets.
    The new economy space “complements Etihad’s existing ancillary products to provide customers with greater opportunities to personalise their journey, including the neighbour-free seating option in economy and a range of ‘buy-on-board’ products,” the airline said.

    https://www.thenational.ae/business/...class-1.788211

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    Il prossimo 787-9 ad essere consegnato, A6-BLV, è stato dipinto con una livrea speciale in onore della Formula 1. Il 787-10 invece opererà su JED, ICN e PEK-NGO (da gennaio).
    "Prepare doors for departure"

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    In India comincia a farsi largo l'ipotesi di un merger fra Jet Airways e Vistara, rivelando l'ambizione del Gruppo TATA a diventare player principale nel settore.

    A Tata deal may lift cloud over Jet Air, could bring in pricing power for sector

    ET Intelligence Group: Shares of Jet AirwaysNSE 6.36 % rose nearly 25 per cent to end Thursday’s trade at Rs 320.95 on the BSE, as reports indicated that the Tata Group is moving towards a definite deal to buy a majority stake in the struggling carrier.

    With the Tata Group on board, a number of concerns related to Jet seem to be manageable, including over continuing operations. Also, a combination of Jet and Tata-SIAowned Vistara, with a market share close to 20 per cent, will change the dynamics in India’s airlines industry.

    Jet’s operations have been in dire shape, raising doubts among analysts about its survival. It had Rs 8,411 crore of debt at the end of fiscal 2018, while a repayment of Rs 2,000 crore is coming up in the second half of FY19. Besides, smart strategies of the formidable rival, IndiGoNSE 0.40 %, have eroded Jet’s market share, which today is close to 16 per cent compared with 25 per cent in 2013.

    The Tata Group has been extremely ambitious and serious about the aviation business, demonstrated by its past efforts and achievements in the industry. The often-quoted issues of corporate governance and lack of funds to support operations at Jet would be resolved as well.

    For the Tata Group, with its brand equity and deep pocket, there are three key issues which need to be addressed. First, how well would it, along with cost-conscious partner Singapore Airlines, manage Jet’s debt while also implementing strict cost control measures? According to industry experts, there is scope for a huge reduction in staff and maintenance cost, where Jet pays at least 10 per cent more than InterGlobe, the operator of IndiGo. Another area for potential improvement is the number of hours an airplane is utilised per day, which in Jet’s case is about 10 per cent lower than its peers.

    The second issue is over the fleet size and structure of Jet post a deal, while the next is how well the Tata Group could negotiate with vendors and other supplier entities. If the merger goes through, analysts would be keenly watching the Tata Group’s performance on these fronts.

    From the industry’s standpoint, post overhauling of Jet’s operations, the creation of a combined entity of close to a 20 per cent market share would make Jet a force to reckon with among its rivals and investors. Analysts point out that IndiGo may have to relook at its strategy of weakening its rivals by adding capacity and keeping fares at price levels which others may find difficult to emulate. This strategy of artificial suppression of fares is likely to lose its relevance with Jet receiving the backing of a financially strong group. Also, consolidation may bring in pricing power in the industry and fares may rise on domestic routes.

    It is believed that this possible deal, which could value Jet at not more than $2 billion or about Rs 14,500 crore — its current enterprise value is Rs 11,000 crore — could help the merged entity become a $4-5 billion company over the next three to four years, provided crude oil remains at current levels.

    Jet’s stock is likely to gain a further 9-15 per cent due to the likely acquisition by the Tata Group.

    “Short covering and addition of long positions were seen. If it remains above Rs 300, then the stock may potentially rise to Rs 345-Rs 350,” said Chandan Taparia, derivative analyst at Motilal Oswal.

    “The next hurdle for the stock is at Rs 325-330. If it crosses that hurdle, then it could go up to Rs 365- Rs 370,” said Jay Purohit, technical and derivative analyst at Centrum Broking.

    Shares of the airline have surged 59 per cent in the past one month as talks of the deal with the Tata Group gained strength.

    //economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/66645445.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medi um=text&utm_campaign=cppst

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    In merito a Jet Airways ed ai mancati pagamenti ai piloti.

    Salary dues: Jet pilots not to perform additional duties if not paid by Nov 30

    Share slumps 7% after Tatas say deal only in preliminary talks

    Pilots of cash-starved Jet Airways have warned the airline management to clear their salary dues by November 30, failing which they would not perform any additional duty. The pilots’ body of the airline, National Aviators Guild (NAG), will meet the senior management on Tuesday to discuss payment of pending salaries.
    The notice could not have come at a worse time. The airline has already been forced to cancel almost a dozen of its flights due to shortage of pilots and engineers, adding to its financial woes. Any move leading to disruption of the airline schedule would have massive financial impact and could hasten its fall. Shares of Jet Airways is already in free fall and slumped 7 per cent on Monday after Tata Sons said no concrete “proposal” has been made by the group so far for acquiring the beleaguered carrier.
    The stock dropped 6.88 per cent to settle at Rs 323 on BSE. During the day, it tumbled 12.57 per cent to Rs 303.25. Facing severe liquidity issues, Jet Airways has been delaying salaries of its staff besides handing out pink slips to dozens. Airline sources said that nearly 1,600 pilots along with the cash-starved carrier’s engineers and senior management officials have been paid only 50 per cent of the September salary. They are yet to receive the full salary of October.
    “We are not going to perform any additional duty from the next month and will stick to the roster from December 1 if our dues are not cleared by November 30,” an NAG member said.
    Jet Airways has been reporting losses since last three successive quarters and there are no signs of any improvement in the coming quarters. Besides high operating cost as a result of a rise in global crude price, the airline has been unable to price its tickets above the cost due to intense competition in the domestic market. The airline posted a loss of Rs 1,261 crore in the three months ended September.
    On November 13, the struggling airline had said it was at various stages of discussions with multiple “interested parties” for capital infusion and partial stake sale in its loyalty programme Jet Privilege.
    The airline is looking for investors to tide over the financial crisis, which has resulted in delayed payments to some vendors and salaries to a section of its over 16,000 employees. Tata Sons is reported to have shown interest in buying a controlling stake in the carrier, but last week it termed the talks as very preliminary. “Over the last few days, there has been growing speculation about Tata's interest in Jet Airways. We would like to clarify that any such discussions (to acquire Jet Airways) have been preliminary and no proposal has been made,” Tata Sons said in a statement.
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    Etihad apre Barcellona:

    Etihad Airways ha inaugurato mercoledì mattina il primo volo sulla tratta Abu Dhabi-Barcellona. I voli sulla nuova tratta saranno operati inizialmente cinque volte a settimana con un Airbus A330-200 a due classi. A partire dal 31 marzo 2019, invece, la frequenza diventerà giornaliera.
    “Il lancio di questo nuovo servizio ci rende entusiasti e non poteva esserci occasione migliore per presentarlo del mese durante il quale Etihad festeggia il suo 15° anniversario – ha dichiarato Tony Douglas, Group Chief Executive Officer di Etihad Aviation –. I legami commerciali e culturali tra gli Emirati Arabi Uniti e la regione catalana sono sempre più forti ed Etihad è onorata di poter svolgere un ruolo chiave nel facilitare e supportare la crescita del commercio e la forte domanda in ambito turistico che questa regione, la Catalogna, sta registrando. Si tratta di una destinazione sorprendente, capace di soddisfare i viaggiatori più esigenti, e ora per la prima volta Abu Dhabi, la nostra straordinaria patria, è accessibile da Barcellona grazie a voli diretti effettuati regolarmente, a bordo dei quali i nostri ospiti potranno godere dell'acclamata ospitalità emiratina".
    Il numero di turisti che dagli Emirati Arabi Uniti si reca in Spagna è cresciuto rapidamente, in parte anche grazie al successo dello Schengen visa waiver programme, introdotto per i cittadini emiratini nel 2015.
    Barcellona è la seconda città spagnola servita da Etihad Airways, destinazione che si aggiunge al servizio giornaliero operato dalla compagnia su Madrid. Il nuovo collegamento fornirà ai viaggiatori business e leisure comodi orari per viaggiare tra Abu Dhabi e Barcellona, offrendo collegamenti senza soluzione di continuità per raggiungere, tramite Abu Dhabi, le principali città del subcontinente indiano, del Sud-Est asiatico, della Cina, del Giappone e dell'Australia.
    Grazie alla partnership in codeshare tra Etihad Airways ed Air Europa, i viaggiatori della compagnia degli Emirati Arabi potranno usufruire di voli in codeshare offerti dal vettore spagnolo tra Barcellona e Madrid. Inoltre, l’accordo di codesharing con Air Europa consente a Etihad di raggiungere via Madrid altre 19 città in Europa, Sud America, Messico e Caraibi


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    Entrati in flotta A6-BLV 787-9 con F1 livery e A6-BMB secondo B787-10.
    "Prepare doors for departure"

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    Jet Airways in difficolta'

    Jet Airways defaults on bank payments

    Jet Airways defaulted on payments to a consortium of Indian banks on 31 December 2018.
    In a disclosure on the Indian Stock Exchange, the cash-strapped airline says this was "due to temporary cashflow mismatch". However, it is not clear how much is outstanding.
    Jet has been trying to implement liquidity initiatives, which themselves have been delayed.
    They include seeking an equity infusion and a stake sale of its loyalty programme.
    As of 30 September 2018, Jet had a gross debt of Rs 84.1 billion ($1.17 billion). Weak market conditions are also putting pressure on its yields and profitability.
    The airline has also seen its long-term credit ratings gradually fall, with the latest ratings falling from B- to C in December last year. FG

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    Etihad cancels A320neo order for Air Serbia

    Etihad Airways has cancelled its order for ten Airbus A320neo aircraft which were to be delivered to equity partner Air Serbia. Deliveries were initially due to begin last November. However, Airbus' latest backlog revision has revealed that the order has been scrapped. They were set to completely replace Air Serbia's existing fleet of A319s and A320s. The Serbian carrier secured the narrow-bodies as part of a major fleet order by Etihad at the 2013 Dubai Air Show, for up to 117 Airbus aircraft. Etihad’s outstanding Airbus commitments, at the end of December, comprised of 22 A350-1000s and forty A350-900s, as well as 26 A321neos. Its first A350-1000 is currently in final assembly.

    The delivery of the neos to Air Serbia was originally slated between late 2018 and 2020. A previous deposit payment made by JAT Yugoslav Airlines for eight A319s in 1998 was credited against the pre-delivery payment for the neos. Upon making the order in November 2013, Air Serbia said, "The new fleet of Airbus A320neo aircraft is a key part of our strategy to re-position the airline as best in class with the most modern and comfortable single aisle aircraft. These aircraft will offer our guests the best cabin in the sky. With these A320neo jets we will set the benchmark in both product and service excellence as we extend our network to more destinations across Europe".

    In 2013, Siniša Mali, who was at the time the Adviser for Economy and Finance to the Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia, and who today holds the post of Finance Minister, said the government had agreed with Etihad Airways to take the aircraft for Air Serbia. "This is good for Air Serbia and the people of Serbia, because both have benefited from economies of scale resulting from Etihad Airways' very significant order with Airbus. With the delivery of these ten new aircraft between 2018 and 2020, Air Serbia will be the first airline in the region to have a modern fleet of new Airbus aircraft. The last delivery of a new jet to Jat Airways, the former national carrier, was in 1988", Mr Mali said. He added, "Furthermore, through our partnership with Etihad Airways, a previous deposit payment made by Jat Airways, has been credited against the pre-delivery payment for these aircraft. This is a very good result for the people of Serbia". Air Serbia itself has ignored all inquiries regarding the A320neo order from various media outlets over the past several months.

    The 2013 Transaction Framework Agreement between Etihad Airways, the Government of Serbia and Jat Airways, states:

    "Without limitation, the GoS (Government of Serbia) undertakes to: fund, and assume all liability for, any costs and liabilities associated with the JAT 1998 purchase contract with Airbus, in relation to which Etihad shall seek to assist JAT and/or the GoS in any discussions/negotiations that JAT and/or the GoS may have with Airbus with a view to reducing JAT's exposure to such costs or liabilities. For the avoidance of doubt, if at any time while the Management Services Agreement is in force, JAT and Airbus reach an agreement to purchase aircraft under the terms and conditions of the 1998 purchase contract then theGoS shall not be liable for the purchase price for any such aircraft;"

    Etihad Airways, which has been undergoing restructuring after its strategy of investing billions of dollars in other airlines failed, plans to cut fifty pilot jobs by end of this month, two sources who have seen an internal memo by the airline said. Etihad also said in the memo it made a “significant loss” last year and that this would continue into 2019.

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    Etihad 'taglia' 50 piloti

    Etihad to cut 50 pilot positions

    Etihad Airways will cut 50 pilot positions by the end of January as it continues its turnaround efforts.
    In a memo to employees, the airline's vice-president of flight operations Sulaiman Yaqoobi says the reduction in headcount follows a cut in capacity, and is part of the airline's plan for a "7 to 10% reduction in our operating cost across its network."
    The memo notes that the airline has 2,065 pilots in its ranks, which is a surplus of around 160 due to the reduced flying by the airline.
    He adds that the past year was "extremely challenging", and this is expected to continue into 2019.
    "However, while we posted a significant loss at the end of last year, I want to reassure you that we are on the right trajectory and are getting closer to bridging the gap between operating costs and revenue," Yagoobi says.
    Etihad reported a $1.52 billion loss for 2017, which was a 22% reduction on the previous year as it started a major transformation initiative.
    That saw it cut services to Perth and Edinburgh in 2018, as it changed focus to serving point-to-point markets. FG


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