Top News on Varig

  • Both Avianca-TACA and Copa to join Star Alliance

    Both Avianca-TACA and Panama's Copa Airlines have been accepted as new members of Star Alliance, giving the group a powerful presence in Latin America.

  • Other News for Varig

  • IN FOCUS: How Portugal's TAP M&E became Brazil's biggest MRO

    The maintenance division of Portugal's flag carrier saw an opportunity when the MRO arm of Varig came on the market

  • Gol expects WebJet integration to be easier than VRG acquisition

    Gol is confident its proposed acquisition of fellow Brazilian low-cost carrier Webjet will be easier in terms of...

  • Gol remains bullish despite prospect of higher oil prices

    <p>Brazil's Gol is confident of further profitability improvements in 2011 even under a scenario of escalating oil...

  • News Listings for Varig

  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 12-19 May 2014

    News | 19 May 2014 07:52 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Amerijet International agrees 767-300ERF leases
  • Defunct Varig obtains state compensation

    News | 14 Mar 2014 18:30 | Rainer Uphoff

    Brazil's federal supreme court has awarded defunct carrier Varig compensation of several billions of reais, for government imposed airfares that the airline sold a quarter of a century ago.
  • ANALYSIS: Where are all the Latin American LCCs?

    News | 17 Nov 2013 05:41 | David Knibb

    ​"Absurd” is the reaction of some aviation analysts to the absence of low-cost carriers (LCCs) in much of Latin America.
  • Yen-backed financings on the rise: bankers

    News | 30 Oct 2013 17:06 | Laura Mueller

    ​Airlines looking to diversify their funding mix are increasingly requesting Japanese yen-backed aircraft financings, say banking sources.
  • Lufthansa unveils first 777 freighter

    News | 15 Oct 2013 19:05 | Edward Russell

    ​Lufthansa Cargo has unveiled its first Boeing 777 freighter, a key part of a programme to streamline and modernise the carrier.
  • Brazil again proposes revisions to airline ownership rules

    News | 27 Sep 2013 18:34 | Rainer Uphoff

    The Brazilian government is taking another approach to finding political and industry consensus about relaxing foreign ownership rules in Brazilian airlines, as it works to attract more investment and make the Brazilian aviation market more competitive.