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Discussione: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

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    Predefinito JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

    JetBlue ha annunciato che inizieranno a volare tra Londra e NY/Boston con i loro A321. Non è ancora deciso quale aeroporto sceglieranno.

    JetBlue Readies to Roll Out the Royal Treatment for All with Flights to London as Airline Strengthens Relevance in New York and Boston with First European Destination

    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU), New York’s Hometown Airline® and the largest airline in Boston, today announced it intends to launch multiple daily flights from both cities to London in 2021 (a) – the carrier’s first European destination. The new routes, which will be served by Airbus A321LR single-aisle aircraft with a reimagined version of Mint, will mark the first-ever transatlantic service offered by the award-winning airline. JetBlue is evaluating which London airports it will serve.
    http://blueir.investproductions.com/...2019-221648594

    Nel frattempo Delta/Virgin hanno annunciato voli per gli USA da LGW, nella speranza (credo) di migliorare i risultati di Virgin, anemici anche quest'anno.

    Il mercato nord-atlantico tra UK e US/Canada si sta affollando veramente tanto: tolta la JV Star e l'AJB oneworld abbiamo Norwegian, WestJet, Delta, Virgin e ora anche JetBlue. Qualcuno s'è già fatto male [cit.], vedi Primera che ha fatto il botto, oppure la rotta LHR-Calgary di BA ridotta a stagionale estivo.
    Are we there yet? Stories from the road.

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    Predefinito Re: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

    Certo che annunciare rotte come queste con due anni di anticipo... più che JetBlue dovrebbero chiamarsi AnsiaJet!

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    Predefinito Re: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

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    Certo che annunciare rotte come queste con due anni di anticipo... più che JetBlue dovrebbero chiamarsi AnsiaJet!
    Opereranno con A321LR

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    Predefinito Re: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

    Messaggio del CEO verso l'UE e 'contro' le JV atlantiche. Menzionata anche Air Italy.


    JetBlue rails against protectionism in transatlantic markets


    JetBlue chief executive Robin Hayes has called on European regulators to be "bold" and intervene to ensure that new entrants to the transatlantic market can obtain the slots and market access needed.
    The US carrier is planning to begin services from New York Joh F Kennedy and Boston to London in 2021, but has not yet disclosed which of the UK capital's airports will be used, and has highlighted the difficulty of securing the necessary slots.
    Speaking at the UK Aviation Club in London today, Hayes said it was time for regulators to create the conditions whereby smaller players and new entrants could "thrive", by "prioritising access" to airport slots and infrastructure.
    Remedies to encourage greater market access should be made a condition of allowing incumbents to "get bigger" through joint ventures, he argues.
    Hayes rails against the market strength of global immunised joint ventures, contending that the potential to co-ordinate schedules and pricing while sharing revenue represents a form of "legalised collusion" which "wipes out" competitors. Such market power also discourages new carriers from entering the market, he complains.
    In the transatlantic market, he estimates, some 75% of seats are controlled by joint ventures.
    "Giants" in the market have proven capable of fighting "very hard to defend their patch", he suggests, pointing to their "perverse battles" with Norwegian, Air Italy and the Gulf carriers as they seek to "protect their market position".
    He describes London as the "ground zero" of transatlantic competition, noting the commercial tie-ups between British Airways and American Airlines on one hand, and Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic on the other.
    Hayes urges regulators to demand a "greater divestiture of slots" than those historically sought as a precondition of approving JVs.
    While stressing that he is not against joint ventures per se, Hayes says they should not be allowed to "grow endlessly and unchecked".
    In his view, more needs to be done to identify whether the consumer benefits claimed by carriers when applying for immunised approval actually do "flow down to consumers".
    One of the "biggest challenges" is that joint ventures are approved for an "unlimited period of time", he opines, adding his proposal that time limits be imposed.
    Hayes does see encouraging signs of change. He cites the example of the US Department of Transport's approval, several years ago, of a joint venture agreement between Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines, which came with a condition that there must be a review after five years.
    The approval was also, he recalls, accompanied by the release of 24 slots at Mexico City airport. JetBlue was able to secure some of these to begin new services.
    Hayes says that were JetBlue awarded the slots it needs to start its planned transatlantic services, this would have a "profound and dramatic effect" on fares. FG

    Ultima modifica di AZ209; 15th April 2019 a 17: 27

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    Predefinito Re: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

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    Messaggio del CEO verso l'UE e 'contro' le JV atlantiche. Menzionata anche Air Italy.


    JetBlue rails against protectionism in transatlantic markets


    [FONT=Arial][FONT=verdana]JetBlue chief executive Robin Hayes has called on European regulators to be "bold" and intervene to ensure that new entrants to the transatlantic market can obtain the slots and market access needed.
    The US carrier is planning to begin services from New York Joh F Kennedy and Boston to London in 2021, but has not yet disclosed which of the UK capital's airports will be used, and has highlighted the difficulty of securing the necessary slots.
    Speaking at the UK Aviation Club in London today, Hayes said it was time for regulators to create the conditions whereby smaller players and new entrants could "thrive", by "prioritising access" to airport slots and infrastructure.
    A leggere tra le righe, direi che punta a LHR * e pure a costo zero. Non penso che a Luton (od è Birmingham south ?) abbiano grossi problemi nel fornire qualche slot.
    Certo che chiedere che AA/BA e VL/VS offrano (cedano ai nuovi entranti, ossia a lui) a costo zero degli slot giusto per aiutare un nuovo operatore mi sembra una richiesta molto pesante.

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    to launch multiple daily flights
    quindi direi che punta al mercato business offrendo più alternative come orari di partenza e quindi la scelta di LHR è quasi obbligata, usando NB dovrebbe faticare meno a riempirli (bastano meno defezioni in uscita dai BIG).

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    Predefinito Re: JetBlue apre al mercato transatlantico.

    Robin Hayes è stato l'ex capo di BA per il Nord America; sa benissimo che l'idea di ottenere slot gratis a LHR (LGW, magara) è impossibile. Ciò per cui sta giocando è il processo di assegnazione degli slots a LHR in vista di una terza pista; in tanti, a cominciare da Easyjet, vogliono carta bianca. Tra 4/5 anni ne vedremo delle belle, e Hayes vuole essere pronto in pole position.
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