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Articles tagged “avianca”

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United Moves to Oust Avianca Chairman

German Efromovich did this to himself, after offering United majority stake in the airline as collateral for a loan. If he leaves, control could transfer to its second-largest investor, Kingsland Holdings.

United Moves to Oust Avianca Chairman

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Control of Struggling Avianca Could Pass to United Due to Loan Breach

Uncertainty is never good for investment, and right now it's taking a major toll on the airline.

Control of Struggling Avianca Could Pass to United Due to Loan Breach

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Avianca BrasilĀ in Talks for Cash Infusion While It Downsizes Operations

Avianca Brasil is looking for a lifeline as it cancels routes and sees its aircraft grounded. A viable path forward isn't very clear at the moment.

Avianca BrasilĀ in Talks for Cash Infusion While It Downsizes Operations

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Avianca Is Latest Airline To Pull Out of Venezuela Because of Political Crisis

Airlift is one of the most important factors in growing a tourist arrivals and if Venezuela keeps giving airlines reasons to leave, then its economy will plunge even further.

Avianca Is Latest Airline To Pull Out of Venezuela Because of Political Crisis

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Avianca’s Second-Largest Shareholder Is Not Happy with new Avianca-United Partnership

Does the drama ever end for United? It has been named in a New York lawsuit alleging it underpaid for its commericial arrangement with Avianca, a South American airline. However, the issues seem to be more related to the actions of Avianca's controlling shareholder than on United's actions.

Avianca’s Second-Largest Shareholder Is Not Happy with new Avianca-United Partnership

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Delta and United Might Be Vying to Invest in Avianca

United and Delta already both own pieces of Brazilian airlines, with Delta holding 16 percent of Gol and United with 5 percent of Azul. But both apparently see more opportunity in South America, which makes sense considering Latin American carriers have lagged the rest of the world in profits in recent years. There's probably more upside in the region than elsewhere.

Delta and United Might Be Vying to Invest in Avianca

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Airline Giants Eye Avianca as Smart Latin American Foothold

Airlines know that Latin America may be down right now, but they also know that it will be up soon, and now is the time to get better positioned for the better days.

Airline Giants Eye Avianca as Smart Latin American Foothold

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Delta and United Consider Bids to Buy Colombia’s Avianca

These aren't great times for South American airlines, but the market will improve, and Delta or United are in a good position to make a deeper investment in the region.

Delta and United Consider Bids to Buy Colombia’s Avianca

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Latin American Airlines Consider Mergers to Help Them Rise out of the Doldrums

It's like the 2000s in North America all over again.

Latin American Airlines Consider Mergers to Help Them Rise out of the Doldrums

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Azul and JetBlue Founder Neeleman Gets Majority Stake in TAP Airlines

It will be interesting to see how Neeleman and company position TAP. Will the center of Lusophone aviation shift to Brazil?

Azul and JetBlue Founder Neeleman Gets Majority Stake in TAP Airlines