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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 27 Juil 2011 - 9:39

Personne ne sait

Et de toute manière ce sont des infos que ni AA ni Airbus/boeing ne souhaitent partager
Pour AA : ça permet d’éviter que ses petits concurrents bénéficient des mêmes conditions (ou même mieux): tout gain/ concurrent sur la facture d'achat se voit dans les coûts de possession et dans les coûts globaux
Pour Airbus : ça permet d’éviter que ses gros clients demandent à bénéficier des mêmes conditions (ou même mieux)

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 29 Juil 2011 - 22:14

Il y a eu des remises c'est certain.

Mais 50% me paraissent exagérés.

Je pense qu'on est plus vers les 20-30%.



Je pense qu'Airbus voulait AA pour pousser Boeing à sortir du bois.

Donc la remise a rempli son objectif, Boeing a annoncé (même sans l'expliquer clairement) qu'il remotoriserait le 737.



Donc ce rabais permet à Airbus d'être sûr qu'il est tranquille jusqu'en 2025 pour le NEO avant que Boeing ne fasse un nouvel avion.

Donc maintenant qu'Airbus est fixé (grâce à AA), ils n'ont plus besoin de brader.

Donc en gros seule UNE compagnie très Boeing pouvait bénéficier de remises très avantageuses.

Ca aurait pu être Delta mais ça a été AA.

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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 4 Oct 2011 - 12:03

Bonjour à tous

du rififi sur l'action AMR

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/american-declares-stock-price-plunge-will-not-force-chapter-11-362866/


American Airlines has moved to quash speculation that a dramatic fall in its stock price on 3 October is a precursor to a Chapter 11 reorganisation.

American and its parent AMR have repeatedly prided themselves over the fact the carrier has never filed for Chapter 11, especially during the 2000-2010 timeframe when every other US major entered a formal restructuring.

The result is American has battled consistently higher labour costs than its peers and is currently in negotiations with a large number of employee groups to achieve more cost effective collective bargaining agreements.

Shares of American Airlines on the New York Stock Exchange closed at $1.98 on 3 October, roughly 33% below the 30 September close of $2.96. The precipitous decline triggered a freeze in trading of the company's shares. But American issued a statement explaining the pause in trading was due to automatic triggers established by the exchange that pause trading based on share price volatility.

American's chronic financial under-performance compared with its US legacy peers has bolstered speculation during the last few months that the carrier would enter bankruptcy protection, and the plummeting share price has intensified that sentiment.

However, American on 3 October specifically stated: "That is certainly not our goal or our preference. We know we need to improve our results, and we are keenly focused as we work to achieve that."

American is also facing higher than expected rates of pilot retirements this autumn, and has sought relief from the Allied Pilots Association on staffing stipulations in the current contract.

Wall Street has been scrutinising American's under-performance relative to its peers for quite some time. Weeks ago analysts at CRT highlighted American's unit revenue growth lagged behind the industry in every region during the second quarter, noting that American's domestic unit revenues grew by 4.9% compared with 8.9% for the industry.

While American's stock decline on 3 October was dramatic, the carrier's share price has been on an overall decline since it announced a record order with Airbus and Boeing on 20 July. From that time to mid-August its share price fell roughly 25%.

American while acknowledging its structural problems, has also asked for patience from the financial community as it institutes long-term strategic moves designed to reverse its fortunes including its "cornerstone" strategy to focus the majority of its flying in Dallas, Chicago, New York, Miami and Los Angeles as well as its new joint venture agreements with its Oneworld partners over the Atlantic and Pacific.

American has roughly $1.3 billion in debut maturities due in 2011, and recently the carrier launched a $726 million enhanced equipment trust certificate (EETC) to offset some of that debt.

Est ce que je peux traduire par baisse du cours d'AMR sur spéculation qu'AA va chercher la protection du chapitre 11 ?
Démenti bien évidemment !

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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 11 Oct 2011 - 9:07

Bonjour à tous

Ajustement de flotte pour AA

-11 757 pour 2012

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/american-plans-to-retire-11-boeing-757s-363209/



American Airlines plans to retire up to 11 Boeing 757s from its fleet during 2012.

The carrier revealed those fleet adjustments in a announcement detailing a 3% capacity cut year-over-year for the fourth quarter of this year.

"While our advance bookings are generally in line with last year, we are taking these additional steps in light of the uncertain economic environment, ongoing high fuel costs and to ensure we run a reliable schedule for our customers given additional pilot retirements we anticipate throughout the fourth quarter," said Virasb Vahidi, American's Chief Commercial Officer.

The carrier is experiencing a higher than normal level of pilot retirements due to a pension provision in the pilot collective bargaining agreement that allows a 60-day look back period of the carrier's stock to secure a pension unit value in place at the beginning of that window. That particular contract element covers pilots 60 and over. American's stock has been on a steady decline the last couple of months, and fell more than 30% on 3 October.

Factoring in the latest reductions American stated its full year 2011 capacity should grow by 0.4%, with mainline consolidated capacity increasing 1.2%.

"This represents an approximate 3 percent reduction in the company's capacity expectations versus American's initial guidance provided in January 2011," said the carrier.

The latest capacity cuts will modestly increase American's 2011 unit costs compared with guidance provided by the carrier on 21 September.

American also stated high jet fuel prices will result in a $29 million non-cash fuel hedging charge recorded in its fuel expenses for the third quarter, and a strengthening in the US dollar will drive a $22 million incremental charge resulting from foreign exchange volatility.

Dallas-based American recently moved to quell concerns that a Chapter 11 filing by the carrier was imminent, stating it was not the carrier's goal or preference.


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 20 Oct 2011 - 8:48

Bonjour

http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/americans-fiscal-troubles-continue-airline-presses-new-labor-deals-1019

AMR tjs en déficit
Pb avec le fioul et la masse salariale, vu qu'ils ne sont pas récemment passé par le chapitre 11 comme leur camarades
A suivre


American Airlines (AA) parent AMR Corp. did little to mitigate concerns about its financial health when it reported a third-quarter net loss of $162 million Wednesday. The result was reversed from net income of $143 million earned in the year-ago period and marked the company's fourth straight negative reporting period following the rare profit in last year's third quarter.

Chairman and CEO Gerard Arpey noted that AA's quarterly fuel costs soared 30% year-over-year and told reporters and analysts that "it's no secret that the court restructuring process used by our competitors [in the previous decade] … has intensified our competitive challenge." AA has long asserted that labor cost savings achieved by other major US airlines via Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring (avoided by AA) have left it at a serious disadvantage (ATW Daily News, Oct. 5).

Arpey maintained that AA has "put in place building blocks which … build a strong foundation for future success." But, he added, the Dallas-based company must tackle a key remaining "structural" impediment: the lack of "next-generation labor contracts … more in line with the competitive market realities." He said, "In many respects, what we're talking about … are transformational kinds of [collective bargaining] agreements … It has become our number one priority."

To that end, airline management has in recent weeks engaged in "very focused and intensive dialogue" with the Allied Pilots Assn. representing AA flight deck crew, according to Arpey. "Those efforts continue," he said.

AMR generated $6.38 billion in revenue in the third quarter, up 9.1% year-over-year, while costs lifted 15.2% to $6.34 billion. Operating profit was $39 million, down 88.5%. CFO Bella Goren said AA feels "reasonably well about the revenue environment heading into the winter."

But the carrier, which already has lowered fourth-quarter capacity (ATW Daily News, Oct. 12), is "planning for flat to down capacity next year," she added. Third-quarter mainline traffic rose just 1% to 33.9 billion RPMs on flat capacity of 39.94 billion ASMs, producing a load factor of 84.9%, up 0.9 point. Passenger yield heightened 7% to 14.21 cents.


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 21 Nov 2011 - 15:50

Bonjour à tous
Des choses étonnantes chez AA aujourd'hui :
Sélection moteur pour les A320 classics :

CFM pour les A319
IAE pour les A321

Rien pour les néo pour le moment
Mais d'avoir deux moteurs différents
Le choix d'IAE est il préparatoire à l'arrivée du GTF ? ou bien permet il de tirer le meilleur partie (distance franchissable) des A321 classiques?


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 23 Nov 2011 - 9:47

bonjour à tous

Une bonne synthèse ici

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/avd/2011/11/22/05.xml&headline=American%20To%20Fly%20A319s,%20A321s&channel=comm&bcsi_scan_5F7808CB20FE6836=0&bcsi_scan_filename=story.jsp


The first phase of American Airlines’ narrowbody renewal program is starting to take shape with confirmation that the airline plans to lease 130 Airbus A319s and A321s, starting in 2013.

Few concrete details are being offered by the carrier, and it still is unclear how many of each type American intends to add to its fleet. In addition, questions remain about the 100 Boeing 737NGs also discussed during American’s big fleet announcement in July, although the comments from American indicate that the Boeing leases could include more than one variant.

American’s public statements reinforce the financial as well as operational benefits of adding both the A319 and A321, even though the aircraft will be powered by different, newly upgraded engines not fitted to any aircraft of the current fleet. The conclusion, though, is that the financing packages, and associated maintenance contracts, arranged through Airbus really are as attractive as American indicated back in July.

The airline also indicated that the leases announced Monday are for 10 years, which will allow American to return the aircraft before significant maintenance costs are incurred. This is another incentive to trial new aircraft and engine types before the larger, more expensive Airbus NEO and Boeing MAX aircraft arrive in 2017.

The A321s are a replacement for at least some of the 124 Boeing 757-200s American operated at the end of the third quarter. The European narrowbodies, and possibly the 737-900ER, also will replace transcontinental Boeing 767-200ER services, but with only 15 of those in the fleet, the loss of domestic widebody services will be minimal.

American’s A319 plans are a little more interesting, as there is no simple, one-for-one swap with the 211, 140-seat MD-80s currently operated by the U.S. legacy. Indeed, under the new offer to its pilots, American has plans for a new “SNB” or small narrowbody operation whose pilots will have different pay rates and work rules than other mainline crews. Without further details or a ratified pilot agreement, though, it is unclear how the A319 will be integrated into American’s fleet.

American also confirmed plans to add 15 more Boeing 777s to its fleet. Under current delivery plans, this includes two -300ERs in 2012, seven more in 2013, and two -200ERs each year from 2014 to 2016.

A noter qu'AA prend des 777-200ER de 2014 à 2016 : soit 6 !


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Jeu 24 Nov 2011 - 22:19

Bonsoir !

Bien, ce qu'en pense Leeham, de cette possible Faillitte type Chapter 11 pour AMR Corp/ AA !
Pas si grave que celà pour les cdes de MC, d'aprés Scott Hamilton !

http://leehamnews.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/bankruptcy-fears-swirl-again-around-american-airlines/#more-5428

Et Leeham nous renvoie, vers Investorplace .... By
Susan J. Aluise,
Pour un ton plus alarmant pour Boeing, si AA va Chapter 11, conjugué aux fortes baisses annoncées pour la division militaire !
Pas trop réjouissant non plus pour Airbus, si Boeing est condamné à faire le "forcing" sur les prix pour maintenir sa charge de travail, civil et miltaire !
Gare à une guerre des prix !

http://www.investorplace.com/2011/11/boeing-amr-airbus-airplane-finance/

JPRS

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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 29 Nov 2011 - 13:35

Et hop
Le renouvellement de la flotte ayant été négocié
Un petit tour par le chapitre 11

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/AMR-American-Airlines-File-prnews-1939321367.html?x=0

via

http://leehamnews.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/american-parent-subs-file-chapter-11/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


FORT WORTH, Texas , Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AMR Corporation ("the Company"), the parent company of American Airlines, Inc. ("American") and AMR Eagle Holding Corporation ("American Eagle"), announced that in order to achieve a cost and debt structure that is industry competitive and thereby assure its long-term viability and ability to continue delivering a world-class travel experience for its customers, the Company and certain of its U.S.-based subsidiaries (including American and American Eagle), today filed voluntary petitions for Chapter 11 reorganization in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York .

AMR's Board of Directors determined that a Chapter 11 reorganization is in the best interest of the Company and its stakeholders. Just as with the Company's major airline competitors in recent years, the Chapter 11 process enables American Airlines and American Eagle to continue conducting normal business operations while they restructure their debt, costs and other obligations.

American Airlines and American Eagle are operating normal flight schedules today, and their reservations, customer service, AAdvantage® program, Admirals Clubs and all other operations are conducting business as usual. Likewise, throughout the Chapter 11 process, American and American Eagle expect to continue to:

Provide safe and reliable service;
Fly normal schedules;
Honor tickets and reservations, and make exchanges and refunds as usual;
Fully maintain AAdvantage frequent flyer and other customer service programs, and ensure all AAdvantage miles and elites status earned by members remain secure and intact;
Provide Admirals Club access and similar amenities to members and eligible customers;
Remain an integral member of the oneworld® alliance, of which American is a founding member, and continue its codeshare partnerships;
Provide employee wages, healthcare coverage, vacation, and other benefits, without interruption; and
Pay suppliers for goods and services received during the reorganization process.

These filings have no direct legal impact on American's operations outside the United States .

Thomas W. Horton , Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of AMR and American Airlines, said, "This was a difficult decision, but it is the necessary and right path for us to take - and take now - to become a more efficient, financially stronger, and competitive airline.

"We have met our challenges head on, taking all possible action to secure our long-term position. In recent years, even as the airline industry faced unprecedented challenges, American strengthened our domestic and global network; fortified our alliances with the best partners around the world; launched a transformational fleet deal that will give American the youngest and most efficient fleet in the industry; and invested in our product, service and technology to build a world class customer experience.

"But as we have made clear with increasing urgency in recent weeks, we must address our cost structure, including labor costs, to enable us to capitalize on these foundational strengths and secure our future. Our very substantial cost disadvantage compared to our larger competitors, all of which restructured their costs and debt through Chapter 11, has become increasingly untenable given the accelerating impact of global economic uncertainty and resulting revenue instability, volatile and rising fuel prices, and intensifying competitive challenges.

"Our Board decided that it was necessary to take this step now to restore the Company's profitability, operating flexibility, and financial strength. We are committed to working as quickly and efficiently as possible to appropriately restructure American so that it can emerge from Chapter 11 well-positioned to assure the Company's long term viability and its ability to compete effectively in the marketplace," Horton stated.

Horton continued, "Throughout the restructuring process, as always, our customers remain our top priority and they can continue to depend on us for the safe, reliable travel and high quality service they know and expect from us. We intend to maintain a strong presence in domestic and international markets, including our cornerstones in Dallas/Fort Worth , Chicago , New York , Miami and Los Angeles . As we and all airlines routinely do, we will continue to evaluate our operations and service, assuring that our network is as efficient and productive as possible.

"Achieving the competitive cost structure we need remains a key imperative in this process and, as one part of that, we plan to initiate further negotiations with all of our unions to reduce our labor costs to competitive levels."

"American Airlines has a strong, proud history and we will have a successful future. Working through this difficult, but necessary action and process, I am confident we will succeed in enhancing our reputation as a global leader known for excellence and innovation, a travel partner customers seek out, and a carrier that serves communities throughout the world," Horton concluded.

The Company has approximately $4.1 billion in unrestricted cash and short-term investments. This cash, as well as cash generated from operations, is anticipated to be more than sufficient to assure that its vendors, suppliers and other business partners will be paid timely and in full for goods and services provided during the Chapter 11 process in accordance with customary terms. Because of the Company's current cash position, the need for debtor-in-possession financing is neither considered necessary nor anticipated.

American is filing motions today with the Court seeking interim relief that will ensure the Company's continued ability to conduct normal operations, including the ability to:

Provide employee wages, healthcare coverage, vacation, and other benefits without interruption;
Honor pre-petition obligations to customers and continue customer programs including American's AAdvantage frequent flyer program;
Pay for fuel under existing fuel supply contracts, and honor existing fuel supply, distribution and storage agreements; and
Assume and honor contracts relating to interline agreements with other airlines.

As announced separately today, the Board of Directors of AMR Corporation appointed Horton Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, succeeding Gerard Arpey , who informed the Board of his decision to retire. Horton will also succeed Arpey as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of American Airlines and will retain the title of President.

AMR's lead counsel is Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and its financial advisor is Rothschild, Inc.

More information about American Airlines Chapter 11 filing is available on the Internet at AA.com/restructuring. Information for suppliers and vendors is available at (866) 736-9011 or (703) 286-2757 , or by sending an email to amr.supplier@aa.com.

AMR will be filing monthly operating reports with the Bankruptcy Court and also plans to post these monthly operating reports on the Investor Relations section of AA.com. The company will continue to file quarterly and annual reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which will also be available in the Investor Relations section of AA.com.

Voilà voilà

Boeing n'aura pas ses commandes fermes de 737-8 alors ? pour cette année ?


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Mer 30 Nov 2011 - 21:01

Pour les commandes ça va un peu les retarder mais de toute façon AA a besoin de nouveaux avions.

Donc il finiront par les prendre.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Lun 19 Déc 2011 - 11:47

Bonjour !

La faillite d'AA commentée sur ATW!
Ils ne sont pas à la rue, avec 4 billions en cash ... Malgré des pertes récurrentes !
Et ... pour réviser les contrats de travail, ça make sense, le chapter 11 !
Chaud les contrats collectifs et les caisses de retraite !
Et rénégocier qq dettes, c'est si doux ...
En plus, comme tous les "Majeurs" l'avaient fait, il n'y avait pas de raisons ... de rester derrière !

--------- De Aaron Karp, à lire ! sur ATWonline, le lien ------------

http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/american-ceo-says-chapter-11-be-complex-warns-takeover-attempts-1217?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AtwDailyNews+%28ATW+Daily+News%29

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Lun 19 Déc 2011 - 14:15

Bonjour !

Dans la ligne, la chronique "open" de Richard Aboulafia !
On le cite beaucoup concernant la guerre A et B pour les MC, mais nope ...rien d'accessible !

Chapter 11, un privilège pour les riches aux USA, pour AMR corp, intéressant !

-------- Le lien et un extrait de Teal Group -------------

http://www.richardaboulafia.com/shownote.asp?id=351

Then there’s AMR. There are two great paradoxes in the airline business. One: you need a lot of money to successfully go bankrupt. With over $4 billion in current and coming cash, AMR is…err…fiscally solid enough for a successful bankruptcy. The second paradox: to succeed in the US airline industry, you need to go bankrupt first. After the filing, airline analysts rushed to praise the move (“um, can you give a bankrupt airline stock a ‘Buy’ rating?”), pointing out that AMR now has a free hand to get out of onerous labor, jet lease, and other obligations. The OEMs liked it too. Boeing’s Jim Albaugh told Bloomberg, “I’m really confident that American’s going to come through this restructuring a better company, a more competitive company, and if they’re more competitive and making more money, they’re going to buy more airplanes.” He’s right. The airline analysts probably are, too.

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Jeu 22 Déc 2011 - 21:04

Bonsoir !

Bien, AMR / AA se gagne le droit de poursuivre son plan de modernisation en 2012 !
Confirmé : L'achat de 32 avions autorisés pour 2012 chez Boeing (Des 737 ??)

Et aussi de rendre vite fait (Et sans frais ?) ses ATR 72 en leasing , au passage ... déjà vu ce matin !

------------- L'article du Seattle Times, Samantha Bomkamp, le lien : ---------

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2017071244_apusamrbankruptcy.html

JPRS

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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 13 Jan 2012 - 14:44

Bonjour à tous

http://actu.voila.fr/actualites/economie/2012/01/13/grandes-manoeuvres-pour-mettre-la-main-sur-american-airlines_1703813.html


Les grandes manoeuvres s'organisent pour tenter de mettre la main sur le transporteur en faillite American Airlines: Delta Airlines, deuxième compagnie mondiale, sa concurrente US Airways et la société d'investissement TPG Capital sont intéressées.

Delta Airlines a fait appel à la firme de conseil et d'investissement Blackstone pour la conseiller sur une offre qu'elle envisage de faire, a indiqué à l'AFP une source proche du dossier.

AMR, la maison mère d'American Airlines, a déposé le bilan le 29 novembre. Elle avait alors assuré pouvoir poursuivre ses activités grâce à une trésorerie disponible garnie de 4 milliards de dollars.
Delta, qui avait fait une première fois faillite en 2005, était devenue brièvement la plus grosse compagnie de la planète après avoir fait l'acquisition de Northwest Airlines en 2008.

Le Wall Street Journal affirme par ailleurs que la sixième compagnie américaine, US Airways, est également intéressée, tout comme le fonds d'investissement TPG Capital.

Contactés par l'AFP, des porte-parole de Delta Airlines et Blackstone se sont refusés à tout commentaire. Des porte-parole d'American Airlines et TGP n'ont pas pu être joints.

Deuxième plus grosse compagnie aérienne du monde, derrière l'alliance formée par United et Continental, Delta a réalisé une étude sur les risques qu'une telle fusion avec American contrevienne aux lois anti-monopole, et conclu qu'il lui suffirait de "quelques concessions" pour convaincre les autorités.

Une fusion des deuxième et troisième transporteurs aériens américains ne devrait cependant pas être facile à faire accepter par la division antitrust du département de la Justice.

Elle vient de faire échouer le projet de rachat de T-Mobile USA, quatrième opérateur de téléphonie Mobile du pays, par le numéro deux du secteur ATT Wireless.

Un mariage avec US Airways, sixième compagnie du pays qui s'est déjà restructurée en déposant deux fois le bilan en 2002 et 2004, serait plus facile à faire accepter.

En outre, selon lui, AMR a déposé le bilan pour pouvoir tailler dans les coûts des retraites de ses employés et pour alléger sa dette, non pour restructurer ses opérations proprement dites.

AMR disposant d'assez de liquidités pour continuer à fonctionner normalement pendant sa faillite, c'est elle qui mène sa restructuration et non ses créanciers. Elle dispose de 18 mois pour faire approuver un plan de sortie de faillite à un juge.

Un comité de créanciers, qui comprend notamment les syndicats du groupe en raison de la question des fonds de retraites ou encore le constructeur aéronautique Boeing, a également voix au chapitre.

La prochaine audition au tribunal des faillites de New York aura lieu le 27 janvier.


Bonne journée


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 1 Fév 2012 - 11:38

Bonjour à tous

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/01/31/us-amr-idUSTRE80U1LP20120131

La question des pensions chez AMR
A priori un sujet compliqué et avec des montants importants à la clé

Bonne journée


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 9 Fév 2012 - 17:55

Bonjour à tous

Assouplissement des scope close pour American Eagle

http://www.ainonline.com/node/102206

Nouveau plafond à 88 places et 114 500 lbs -> (52 t !) pour 255 jets

Bon c'est une proposition !

Pour le déplafonnement ça correspond à un E190AR qui ferait 88 places une zone belle zone biz...
En terme de poids ça fait rentrer tous les CRJ, les Ejet (y compris les version std du E195), le SSJ, le MRJ et probablement quelques vieilles gloires (F100, 717)

A suivre

Des perspectives pour les avioneurs


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Dim 19 Fév 2012 - 10:50

Bonne nouvelle pour AA si ça se confirme.

Ca ferait un E190 ou un CRJ 1000 avec un biz (genre 12/76).

Pour rappel les CRJ700 sont à 9/54 ou 9/56.



Ca pourrait faire un belle commande pour BBD, qui en plus peut livrer vite et en quantité.

En plus le CRJ 1000 est un peu plus économique que l'E190.

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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Dim 19 Fév 2012 - 22:40

Oui je pensais bien à ça... aussi


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 9:56

Bonjour !

Tiens, les Américains, Américan Airlines dans ce cas, re-découvrent les bienfaits des (Vrais) wide bodies (B777) pour le coast to coast, le "Continental" confortable, c'est bien ... les slots, et les capacités, certainement en cause !

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/the-networker/2012/03/american-to-deploy-777s-domestically-signalling-a-new-strategy.html


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Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 10:26

Changement de stratégie ?

Les 777-200 tout court, sont probablement de bons avions sur des segments assez courts, ils sont encore assez léger


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Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 10:27

Tu as noté l'histoire avec UsAirways ?


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Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 10:35

Ben, à part le fait que tout le monde veut racheter AA ... qui n'a pas dit encore oui ... !

Pas étonnant que l'on ne parle plus trop de MC chez les majeurs, si chaque cie postulante au rachat, espére se retrouver devant, et avec les qq 400 MC "Commandés" par AA sur les bras à un moment donné ...

Un peu rare, quand même ... tous ces noms de Web/ AA, qui étaient libre, et non contrôlés par AA, c'est un peu anormal tout ça ??

J'ajoute, que si US Airways achète un jour AA, je vois les B737 Max, non encore signés, assez mal partis pale ... juste mon idée!

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 18:14

Bonjour,



Avec les fusions le trafic vers les hubs augmente.

Du coup des vols en gros porteurs entre les hubs deviennent judicieux.

Cependant ce n'est pas la mort des moyens-courriers pour autant.

Comme le trafic augmente des destinations secondaires vers les hubs, certains jets régionaux sont remplacés par des moyens-courriers.

Du coup la tendance auxfusions risque surtout d'impacter le nombre d'avions que les majors contractent à leurs partenaires régionaux.



De plus en ces temps de pétrole cher, l'avenir des jets régionaus est compromis.

C'est vrai que les américains aiment avoir le choix sur les fréquences, mais il y a une limite.

Au delà d'une dizaine de vols par jour ça ne sert plus à rien.

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 15 Mar 2012 - 10:37

Si j'ai bien compris pour le moment Miami n'est pas un hub pour AA
A moins que ça change...


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Lun 19 Mar 2012 - 18:13

Miami est un hub pour AA.

Notamment pour le trafic vers l'Amérique du Sud.



De plus c'est une ville riche avec un très gros trafic premium.

Actuellement c'est un peu la pépite d'AA.

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 20 Mar 2012 - 9:48

Ok
Merci
Lu trop vite donc

"Refocus Miami as major Hub"

Merci


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par Beochien le Ven 20 Avr 2012 - 10:37

Bonjour !

AMR perd 1,7 milliard de $ ... sur le 1° trimestre 2012 !
Ca paraît énorme, Et c'est presque bon signe !
Juste 89 millions de pertes opérationelles, 1,4 B à compte de la restructuration ...
Et des chiffres qui s'améliorent !
Les bienfaits du chapter 11 ! pirat

--------------- L'article de Aaron Karp, et le lien ATW --------------

http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/bankrupt-amr-reports-17-billion-1q-net-loss-0419?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AtwDailyNews+%28ATW+Daily+News%29

Bankrupt AMR reports $1.7 billion 1Q net loss

By Aaron Karp | April 20, 2012

American Airlines (AA) parent AMR Corp., which is restructuring via the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process (ATW Daily News, March 29), incurred a $1.66 billion net loss in the first quarter, according to a filing Thursday with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The loss was widened from a $436 million net deficit in the 2011 March quarter. The results include $1.4 billion in reorganization items. First-quarter revenue increased 9.1% year-over-year to $6.04 billion while expenses rose 6.3% to $6.13 billion. AA’s aircraft fuel costs heightened 17.5% to $2.17 billion.

Operating loss was $89 million, narrowed from a $232 million operating deficit in the prior-year quarter.

First-quarter consolidated passenger yield increased 7.4% year-over-year with mainline yield rising 7.3%, according to the airline.

JPRS

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: American Airlines ! AAL ! AA

Message par aeroduO5 le Dim 22 Avr 2012 - 22:31

Oui merci chapter 11.

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