Reuters reports that Colombia’s civil aviation authority formally approved a merger between Avianca and Viva Air. What do we know about the Colombian market? As always, here’s a model. Colombia’s traffic has recovered from the pandemic and is back to...
Gulfstream obtained FAA and EASA approval for a software fix for the G500 and G600 aircraft that limited operations to low wind conditions after an Airworthiness Directive was issued last May. This approval removes the operating restrictions on the aircraft and...
The US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York approved LATAM Airlines Group’s Plan of Reorganization filed in the context of its Chapter 11 reorganization proceeding on Saturday, the company reported. LATAM’s Chapter 11 Plan has been...
Yesterday, the US Bankruptcy Court approved Aeromexico’s Chapter 11 plan. The airline is now set to exit Chapter 11 proceedings after more than a year and a half under financial reorganization. Moreover, if Aeromexico’s business plan is executed correctly, the...
Yesterday, the US Court approved Avianca’s reorganization plan, setting up everything for the airline to have a successfully complete reorganization and emerge from Chapter 11 before the year ends. Avianca’s Chapter 11 goes forward Avianca is the first among the...
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