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Xmaad
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Kingfisher ! IT ! KFR !

Message par Xmaad le Ven 16 Jan 2009 - 22:41

16 janvier 2009

La Cie indienne Kingfisher signe un contrat de maintenance avec Air France Industrie / KLM Engineering & M
couvrant le support de 20 A 330

D'Air Transport News :

As it launched its first international flights last september, Kingfisher has entrusted maintenance of its new aircraft to Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance. The group won a full support contract for twenty A330-200s, the first of which were delivered to the Indian carrier in late June 2008.

The contract covers full component services, including door-to-door logistics services to Kingfisher's Bangalore
base. AFI and KLM E&M also provide line maintenance at London Heathrow airport.
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http://www.airtransportnews.aero/article.pl?mcateg=&id=15420

pascal83
Whisky Quebec

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Message par pascal83 le Jeu 5 Fév 2009 - 8:50

http://www.easybourse.com/bourse-actualite/eads/presse-kingfisher-airlines-reporte-achat-d-a-80-de-deux-ans-NL0000235190-610387

Reporte de deux la livraison de son premier A380, motifs il attend que l'A380 soit plus leger, il y a bien une solution , il vire les sieges lol.

Invité
Invité

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Message par Invité le Ven 6 Fév 2009 - 2:21

Trouvé sur Airliners.

En fait IT décale la livraison de tous ses 380.

India’s second largest private carrier, Kingfisher Airlines Ltd, has deferred its purchase of five A380 aircraft, the world’s largest, by two years as it has sought to lower operating costs for the plane, according to two executives with the carrier.

A Kingfisher executive, who refused to be identified, said the airline has requested Airbus SAS to modify certain specifications for the A380s it has ordered so as “to increase fuel and operational efficiency”.

“Kingfisher Airlines is looking at A380s with a lower weight to fly non-stop between India and the US. This may delay our A380 acquisition programme by about a year,” the executive said. “But we have not heard from Airbus yet.”

The airline is still keen on the A380s and does not plan to cancel its orders, he added.
A Kingfisher spokesperson confirmed the delays.


Est ce de l'intox pour attendre une peu la fin de la crise et se refaire une santé financière ?

pascal83
Whisky Quebec

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Message par pascal83 le Jeu 26 Fév 2009 - 10:31


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Message par Invité le Jeu 26 Fév 2009 - 12:29

Bonjour Pascal ! Il ne vous aura pas échappé que Jet Airways et Kingfisher sont deux Cies bien distinctes. Cool
Creez un "Nouveau" sujet, si Jet Airways n'est pas dans la liste : vous pouvez le faire ! Very Happy Very Happy

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 29 Sep 2011 - 9:23

Bonjour à tous

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/flightblogger/2011/09/a350-forward-fuselage-takes-sh.html


India's Kingfisher Airlines plans to exit the country's low-cost market within the next four months and focus more on the premium market.

The company was started up as a full service operator, with its Airbus aircraft offering first class and economy class options on international and domestic routes.

However, for the last three years, it has also been operating ATR aircraft under the Kingfisher Red no-frills brand after buying low-cost carrier Deccan. High operating costs and low yields, however, meant that the unprofitable Kingfisher Red has been a drain on the full-service airline.

That has led to Kingfisher deciding to simplify its business model by phasing out Kingfisher Red and reconfiguring its ATR aircraft with economy class seats, its chairman Vijay Mallya said in a statement.

Some of the Airbus A320s that are all economy-class will have first class seats, but the number of first class seats in existing Airbus aircraft will be reduced and more economy class seats will be added.

This reconfiguration will be completed in four months, said Mallya. The move will add a significant number of seats and hence generate additional revenue at minimal cost, he added

"Over the past six months, Kingfisher Class (full service economy class of service) has generated higher yields and seat factors than the no frills Kingfisher Red class of service. Following re-configuration of all Airbus aircraft, the number of economy seats across the Airbus fleet will increase by approximately 10% and this capacity will be offered across the board as a Kingfisher Class full service product," the airline said in a statement.

"All ATR aircraft will continue to operate in a single configuration as a Kingfisher Class full service product. Judging from actual past performance, higher yields and load factors and increase in overall revenue are expected."

Fin de l'aventure low cost de Kingfisher avec reconfig des avions pour rentrer dans le moule "full service"
Bye bye kingfisher Red (ex Deccan) qui a probablement surtout servi a voir plus rapidement cette fameuse licence pour faire du long courrier

Reste à voir si les A380 seront un jour aux couleurs de Kingfisher


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Lun 3 Oct 2011 - 21:04

toujours des problèmes de gestion.



Il semble que seule Jet Airways s'en sort à peu près.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Ven 11 Nov 2011 - 11:58

Bonjour !

Ca ne s'arrange pas pour Kingfisher ... des vols annulés et des pilotes qui foutent le camp !
Ca sent le sapin !
Je crois bien que Airbus à commencé à se servir des slots A380 de Kingfisher (Juste mon idée)
Adieu les A380, c'est le plus probable, si le magnat aux commandes n'en remet pas une couche !

Et ...
Avec Air India dans la débine ...
Pas brillantes les perspectives Long Courrier int'l du sous continent Indien !
L'Inde d'ailleurs complique sérieusement la vie aux opérateurs A380, EK, LHA etc ...pour protéger quoi, au fait ?? S'il ne reste presque plus rien ...

Bien, l'article des Echos à lire !

http://www.lesechos.fr/investisseurs/actualites-boursieres/reuters_00398050-la-compagnie-aerienne-indienne-kingfisher-en-difficulte-247783.php

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Ven 18 Nov 2011 - 15:26

Bonjour !

Kingfisher , ça ne s'arrange pas, des négociations "Orientales" avec leurs authorités, en gros, c'est faillitte ou sauvetage govt, lequel a déjà Air India sur les bras !
Bon, pour les 5 A380 en jeux , ce n'est plus du triple AAA, plutôt du "Junk Order" pour Airbus Rolling Eyes !
Des "Slots" peut être déjà vendus par Airbus ! Houhou Al Baker !
Côté A380, espérons qu'il sorte un jour de ce Yoyo sous les 250 !

Houhou le Txwb, pour sortir de ce terrible T900 si mal né, m'est avis que Al Baker (Et d'autres comme Qantas et SIA) poussent dur, et LH plus discrètement ... mais dans le même wagon et dans le même sens !

JL doit entendre l'appel des sirènes du marketing, mais les autres Airbusiens ... Hum !

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/avd/2011/11/18/11.xml&headline=Kingfisher%20Protests%20Rumors%20Of%20Imminent%20Shutdown&channel=comm

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Lun 9 Jan 2012 - 12:58

Bonjour !

Il y en a qui croient encore que Kingfisher pourra maintenir son achat de A380 !
Bien, le Père Noël, c'est fini pour cette année du moins !
Sauf peut être pour TransAsia, qui pourrait trouver 5 slots de A380 pour pas trés cher ...avec des moteurs, encore à définir !

Pour l'instant les "Lessors" (90% de la flotte) essayent plutôt de récupérer leurs avions!
Et Kingfisher re-négocie ses cautions, pour payer ses dettes ... de leasing !
La politique actuelle de Kingfisher, serait tournée (ou obligée) vers un sévère "Downsizing"
En tout cas ils auraient bien besoin d'un chevalier blanc, mais les lois Indiennes doivent tenir à distance les investisseurs du Golf ... et les autres !

http://business-standard.com/india/news/kingfisher-may-trim-fleet-size-in-difficult-times/461198/

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Jeu 12 Jan 2012 - 10:43

Bonjour !

Ca, on le sentait venir ....

India considers opening up foreign airline investment

Espérons que ce sera à temps pour sauver Kingfisher ... HouHou le Golf ??

http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/india-considering-opening-foreign-airline-investment-0111?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AtwDailyNews+%28ATW+Daily+News%29

JPRS

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Dim 15 Jan 2012 - 18:26

Ben c'est sûr qu'avec le cash qu'il va falloir injecter dans Air India et dans Kingfisher, il va être temps de trouver des gens intéressés.

Le gouvernement indien ne peut pas tout tout seul.



Sinon c'est quand même dramatique qu'un pays avec une telle croissance n'arrive pas à avoir des compagnies en bonne santé.

Je sais que les compagnies du Golfe ne sont pas loin mais il y a vraiment des problèmes de gestion.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 24 Jan 2012 - 9:39

Bonjour !

Le point concernant l'engagement Airbus chez Kingfisher !
Vu par Leeham Scott Hamilton !
Ca va faire lourd pour Airbus, si TOUT s'effondre , et ça en prend le chemin hum What a Face !

http://leehamnews.wordpress.com/2012/01/23/airbus-atr-big-losers-in-kingfisher-turmoil/

JPRS

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 24 Jan 2012 - 9:52

En même temps les A330 sont probablement facilement recasables
Les A380 aussi
Idem pour les A350 ... y en a qui rêvent de ces slots un peu précoces

Ce qu'Hamilton souligne ce sont les A32x V2500 qui vont revenir sur le marché ... mais il me semble que la combo A321 V2500 est plutôt assez courue...

A suivre


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 24 Jan 2012 - 10:11

Oui Poncho, sauf que le type 321-V2500 s'arrête pratiquement en 2016 !
Aprés c'est différent ! Et c'est P&W qui gère, un bien ou un mal, sais pas ... ils ont 1,5 milliard à faire rentrer ! Et ce n'est pas vraiment "leur" moteur !
Ils prendront ce qui les intéresse, et pour le reste ... hum !
C'est certainement ce que pensent les clients ! alien
A suivre clown

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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 24 Jan 2012 - 10:34

On verra
C'est la bonne combinaison du moment en A321 et ça c'est sur, vu que pas mal de commandes récentes sont en CFM pour les -319 et 320 et V2500 pour les-321


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 28 Fév 2012 - 21:56

Bonsoir !

Etihad au chevet de Kingfisher, oui !

Pour moins de 25 % et aucun droit (La loi actuelle) sûrement pas !

Pour 49 % et la reprise en main, aprés une bonne injection de pétro-dollars , c'est possible ... il faudra attendre un bon mois pour que le govt Indien réforme la loi !

Espérons qu'il y aura perfusion jusque là !

Airbus doit suivre de prés ...

BA pas ininteressé non plus ...

------------ De Aviation Week ! Le lien -----------

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/avd/2012/02/28/01.xml&headline=Etihad%20Considering%20Investing%20In%20Kingfisher&channel=comm

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Ven 2 Mar 2012 - 16:21

Bonjour!

Bank of Scotland fait ses comptes ... de lessor avec Kingfisher .. pour 10 ATR72-500 !

21 et qq M$ à travers une incorporation "Caïman"

Si ce n'est KingFisher ... les brasseries du groupe pourront être visées !

------------ De Flight Global, le lien et l'article ---------------

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/kingfisher-owes-bank-of-scotland-216m-uk-high-court-369048/

Kingfisher owes Bank of Scotland $21.6m: UK High Court

By: Laura Mueller London

Kingfisher Airlines owes Bank of Scotland $21.6 million in overdue lease payments for 10 ATR 72-500s, the UK High Court has ruled.

Bank of Scotland had brought the action on behalf of a consortium of lenders against Kingfisher's parent company, United Breweries Holdings, which had guaranteed the airline's obligations.

In his 13 January judgement, Mr Justice Eder said: "I am satisfied that the amounts claimed are due and owing and that therefore in those circumstances the claimants are entitled to summary judgment in the sum claimed, that is $21,589,972.56."

He said he saw "no other good reason" why the matter should not proceed to trial. The judgement paves the way for a potential action in India, or elsewhere, as it enables Bank of Scotland to pursue United Breweries Holdings' assets to recover the outstanding sum.

Dependent on the location of those assets, interaction with the local jurisdiction may well be required.

Bank of Scotland, as the security trustee for a group of syndicated lenders, funded KF Turbo Leasing, a special purpose vehicle incorporated in the Cayman Islands that purchased the ATR aircraft.

Each aircraft was leased then by KF Turbo leasing, for a term of ten years beginning on the delivery of that aircraft, to Kingfisher, according to UK documents.

Both parties entered into the agreement on 29 March, 2007

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mer 7 Mar 2012 - 19:16

Tiens, un vrai-faux mort lent ...

Kingfisher, en attente de rachat et des lois qui le permettent ...
S'est fait sucrer la caisse de compensation IATA ! Pour défaut de payement !

C'est dans les mains du govt Indien !
Gare au trop peu trop tard !

-------------- De FlightGlobal , le lien ----------------

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/kingfisher-working-with-tax-authorities-to-lift-iata-suspension-369219/

JPRS

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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 21 Mar 2012 - 10:16

Pas de mieux pour kingfisher qui suspend ses vols internationaux

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/kingfisher-to-suspend-all-international-operations-369752/


Ailing Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines will be suspending all international flights and reducing domestic operations in its latest move to stay afloat.

"We have decided to suspend our international operations as we are not on IATA platforms. So, there is no sense flying abroad," its chairman Vijay Mallya told reporters after a meeting with India's director general of civil aviation, Bharat Bhusan, on 20 March.

Mallya had been summoned to brief the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on the airline's situation and to provide a recovery plan.

International flights will likely be suspended in late March.


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Earlier, Bhusan had told reporters that the carrier's financial situation and unscheduled cancellation of flights are a cause for concern.

"I do not think this situation can go on," he adds.

The country's civil aviation minister Ajit Singh has also said that Kingfisher has to submit a recovery plan to the DGCA and keep to the plan in order to continue operations.

"They have been giving DGCA plans, but have not adhered to them. Mr Mallya has been called to see what plans he has. If the DGCA gives a report that safety cannot be assured with all the problems they have, we will certainly take action. [In addition to] suspending them, we can cancel their licence also," says Ajit.

"Everyone feels that it's the final chance that Kingfisher has to give a credible plan which they can adhere to, to save themselves. It just cannot continue like this," Ajit adds.

The carrier, which was operating over 400 flights with its fleet of 64 aircraft last year, now operates about 100 flights daily with 20 aircraft.

Last week, the beleaguered carrier said it was curtailing overseas widebody flights which are "bleeding heavily", and has returned one Airbus A330-200 to a lessor. Before the curtailment, Kingfisher had an extensive overseas route network serving destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific.

It was suspended from IATA's Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) and Cargo Accounts Settlement System (CASS) on 8 March when it failed to provide a cash deposit. This suspension means Kingfisher can no longer sell and settle its accounts with travel and cargo agents through the two IATA systems.

On 7 March, it was suspended from IATA's Clearing House payment system because it did not settle its accounts before the deadline.

Airline staff, including pilots, have not been paid in months.

Ca sent pas bon du tout


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 3 Avr 2012 - 11:52

Bonjour !

Airbus ne met pas la pression sur Kingfisher (Ca ne servirait à rien) qui repousse indéfiniment les livraisons, pour des raisons évidentes ... plus un sou ...
Dans l'attente des nouvelles réglementations à venir en Inde, et d'un éventuel rachat ..
Airbus fait le gros dos !

http://business-standard.com/india/news/airbus-not-to-insistkingfisher-taking-aircraft-delivery/162204/on

JPRS

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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 3 Avr 2012 - 11:55

Merci

il y a cet article également

http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/kingfisher-s-mallya-employees-stand-me-0402


Struggling Kingfisher Airlines (IT) said it has moved into a “holding plan” in which it will operate only about 120 flights daily (around a quarter of its full schedule) while it awaits a much-needed recapitalization.

Meanwhile, chairman Vijay Mallya assured employees over the weekend that salaries will begin to be paid again shortly following a suspension in worker pay that extends back to December (ATW Daily News, March 15).

Mallya said that Indian tax authorities have unfrozen IT’s bank accounts, allowing some payments to employees to begin this week. While there have been calls for the wealthy liquor baron to shut down the seven-year-old airline, which has never earned an annual profit, Mallya doubled down in a letter to workers quoted Monday by The Times of India.

“We have managed to keep the lights on in our days of darkness with adversity from every conceivable direction,” he told IT employees, according to the newspaper. “I am personally passionate about and committed to your airline. Please stand by me. Let’s not become fodder for the media and competition to feed off.”

In a statement issued last week, IT said, “Our keen intent is to get recapitalized and to bounce back as a major player in civil aviation.”

On verra comment il y arrivera le VJ...


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Jeu 11 Avr 2013 - 17:57

Kingfisher voudrait repartir .... beuh ??
1,4 milliards de $ de dettes aux lessors .... Embarassed
Bon, ils ont un plan ...... alien

http://news.airwise.com/story/view/1365600457.html

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