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  • Saravia to be first Russian E-Jet customer


    ​Russian carrier Saravia is to lease a pair of Embraer 195s, and become the first E-Jet customer in the country.


  • Saravia looks at Q400 as Russian certification advances


    Russian provincial carrier Saravia is looking to place an order for three Bombardier Q400 turboprops, although the type...


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  • Saravia to be first Russian E-Jet customer

    News | 19 Dec 2013 10:55 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Russian carrier Saravia is to lease a pair of Embraer 195s, and become the first E-Jet customer in the country.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Saravia-to-be-first-Russian-E-Jet-customer-394310/
  • Saravia looks at Q400 as Russian certification advances

    News | 19 Mar 2012 10:20 | Tom Zaitsev

    Russian provincial carrier Saravia is looking to place an order for three Bombardier Q400 turboprops, although the type has yet to achieve approval from the country's certification authorities.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Saravia-looks-at-Q400-as-Russian-certification-advances-369638/
  • World Airlines 2010: Qualified optimism

    News | 20 Apr 2010 12:00 | Günter Endres

    Industry turmoil over the last year has prompted more consolidation moves among the main players, but our new look World Airlines directory is as big as ever. And IATA is optimistic the turnaround has begunhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/World-Airlines-2010-Qualified-optimism-340714/
  • LAB expands Vasp empire

    News | 01 Dec 1995 00:00

    <p>Vasp's $47.5 million purchase of 49 per cent of LAB effectively gives it control over the Bolivian flag carrier, which will use the proceeds for internal development as well as to form an alliance with Vasp and its other recent acquisition, Ecuatoriana. </p> <p>Part of the Bolivian government's 51 per cent shareholding is earmarked for employees, and the rest will be placed in trust until a mechanism is in place for distributing the holding among Bolivia's population, Edgar Saravia of Bolivia's Ministry of Capitalisation told the Airline Business/SH&amp;E Latin American airline conference in early November. </p> <p>At $42.24 per share, the Vasp bid represents a premium of $21.71 per share over the book value of the Bolivian carrier, said Saravia. However Vasp is only paying $5 million in cash up front. The rest of its tender is made up of a new Boeing 737-300 valued at $31.9 million; a five-year $8.6 million agreement to pay 30 per cent of the operating lease costs of a second B73http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/LAB-expands-Vasp-empire-16215/