Other News for Ecuatoriana

  • Ecuadorean start-up Air Cuenca leases ex-Air France 737-500


    Ecuador's domestic market could see the entrance of a fifth major carrier in the second quarter as Air Cuenca plans to...


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  • AB25: Copa chief executive Pedro Heilbron

    News | 22 Nov 2010 10:00

    Twenty-five years ago, few would have imagined that today Latin America would be among the leading regions in the world in terms of economic growth and development. Even fewer would have dreamed of Latin America's airlines being in the top echelon of this competitive aviation industry writes Pedro Heilbronhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AB25-Copa-chief-executive-Pedro-Heilbron-349723/
  • Ecuadorean start-up Air Cuenca leases ex-Air France 737-500

    News | 31 Mar 2010 02:12 | Brendan Sobie

    Ecuador's domestic market could see the entrance of a fifth major carrier in the second quarter as Air Cuenca plans to launch services with a single Boeing...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Ecuadorean-start-up-Air-Cuenca-leases-ex-Air-France-737-500-340124/
  • Start-up takes Latin stakes

    News | 25 Apr 2006 23:00

    <P><BR>Gadair European Airlines, a Madrid-based start-up, has agreed to buy majority stakes in Cubana and Ecuatoriana. Gadair plans to enter aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance contracts with both airlines, as well as with two carriers in Africa, using a number of 767 widebodies leased from Boeing. Cubana is Cuba’s flag carrier; Ecuatoriana has had no aircraft for six years. </P>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Start-up-takes-Latin-stakes-204629/
  • LAB relaunches Ecuatoriana

    News | 30 Apr 2005 23:00

    <p>Bolivia's Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB) is relaunching grounded Ecuatoriana in mid-May. A Boeing 727-200, painted in the livery of both carriers, will fly a Bolivia-Peru-Ecuador route. Later plans call for more routes including some to the USA. LAB gained control of Ecuatoriana through Brazil's Vasp.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/LAB-relaunches-Ecuatoriana-197010/
  • Allied survival

    News | 31 Aug 2004 23:00

    <p>Success in Latin America means finding a way around the region's obstacles to growth by reaching out across borders</p> <p>The facts speak for themselves. Half of Latin America's airlines are technically bankrupt, around 70% are losing money and attrition is slowly consolidating the region's industry into a handful of airlines. Nearly all of these survive because of cross-border equity alliances.</p> <p>Equity alliances are not unique to Latin America. More famous are those of SAS or indeed the KLM merger with Air France. But the Latin model has evolved a character all its own.</p> <p>The typical Latin alliance starts with a dominant airline in one country taking a stake in carriers elsewhere in Latin America - either existing airlines or those created for that specific purpose. These are then gradually integrated through codeshares, wet leases, branding and centralised management, until the emerging group eventually assumes the character of a single, cross-border airline. It ishttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Allied-survival-186728/
  • LAB looks cross-border for growth

    News | 31 Aug 2004 23:00

    <p>Now that Ernesto Asbun has resolved ownership and pension issues at Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB), he plans to grow the airline by taking over route rights of grounded Ecuatoriana de Aviacion. A decade ago, Brazil's VASP owned Bolivia's LAB and Ecuatoriana; when Asbun bought LAB from VASP he acquired the $14 million debt that Ecuatoriana owed VASP, a debt now capitalised in exchange for 50.1% of Ecuatoriana's shares.</p> <p>LAB has leased four Boeing 767s and two 757s with plans to revive dormant Ecuatoriana routes to the USA. LAB still needs operating clearance from authorities in Quito and Washington but intends to wet lease its jets to Ecuatoriana and so avoid the US Category 2 limit on its flights and grow through cross-border links. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/LAB-looks-cross-border-for-growth-186702/