American Airlines solicita 17 novos voos para o Brasil – e nada de Porto Alegre

A American Airlines cada vez aposta mais suas fichas no Brasil.

A companhia norte-americana solicitou hoje ao Departamento de Transporte (DOT) dos Estados Unidos a criação de 17 frequências semanais adicionais entre o país e o Brasil ainda em 2012.

Segundo a companhia, o objetivo é aumentar o número de ligações entre os aeroportos de Miami e Nova York e as principais cidades no Brasil. De acordo com o Wall Street Journal, a empresa deve aumentar o serviço entre Nova York e São Paulo e entre Miami e Rio de Janeiro. Além disso, o a rota diária Miami – Salvador – Recife – Miami deve ser convertida em voos diretos Miami – Recife – Miami e Miami – Salvador – Miami, que serão operados cinco vezes por semana.

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Notícia original do Wall Street Journal:

American Airlines Applies For Additional Brazil Frequencies

PRESS RELEASE

May 16, 2012, 1:00 p.m. EDT

American Sees New Opportunities to Increase its Presence in Brazil and Add Service from its Miami and New York – JFK Hubs

FORT WORTH, Texas, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — American Airlines today filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation for the right to fly 17 additional U.S. – Brazil weekly frequencies later this year.

American said it will use these frequencies to add service from its Miami and New York – JFK hubs to cities in Brazil. American proposes to increase its current service between JFK and Sao Paulo, as well as between Miami and Rio de Janeiro. American also proposes to convert its daily Miami to Recife-Salvador, Brazil one-stop service to non-stop flights five days per week between Miami and Recife and between Miami and Salvador.

“Brazil is a very important and growing market for American Airlines,” said Virasb Vahidi, American’s Chief Commercial Officer. “With these additional frequencies, we plan to begin operating new service as soon as Oct. 1, giving our customers even more travel options to Brazil which is Latin America’s largest economy.”

American proposes to start a second daily JFK – Sao Paulo flight on Oct. 1; increase its Miami – Recife and Miami – Salvador service Nov. 15; and add a second daily Miami – Rio de Janeiro flight Dec. 15.

American also serves Brazil from Miami to Belo Horizonte, Brasilia and Sao Paulo; from JFK to Rio de Janeiro; and from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. With more than 80 weekly flights, American operates more service to Brazil than any other U.S. airline.

American will increase the total number of weekly flights between DFW and Sao Paulo from seven times per week to 12 times per week beginning June 14. Also on June 14, flights from Miami to Brasilia (BSB) and Belo Horizonte (CNF) will increase from five and three times per week, respectively, to daily.

American also will launch new service that connects its Miami hub to Manaus, Brazil beginning in June.

In total, American will offer nearly 800 weekly flights to more than 40 cities throughout Latin America, including Mexico, Central and South America, this June.

About American Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle® and the AmericanConnection® carrier serve 260 airports in more than 50 countries and territories with, on average, more than 3,500 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 900 aircraft. American’s award-winning website, AA.com®, provides users with easy access to check and book fares, plus personalized news, information and travel offers. American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld® alliance, which brings together some of the best and biggest names in the airline business, enabling them to offer their customers more services and benefits than any airline can provide on its own. Together, its members and members-elect serve more than 900 destinations with more than 9,000 daily flights to 150 countries and territories. American Airlines, Inc. and American Eagle Airlines, Inc. are subsidiaries of AMR Corporation. AmericanAirlines, American Eagle, AmericanConnection, AA.com, and AAdvantage are trademarks of American Airlines, Inc. AMR Corporation common stock trades under the symbol “AAMRQ” on the OTCQB marketplace, operated by OTC Markets Group.

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SOURCE American Airlines

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7 respostas

  1. A American está quebrada, prefiro que não venh,a vou COPA via Panamá, ou SP/RIO/BSB.

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  2. na boa, e’ claro q queremos POA sempre como protagonista, em evidencia, mas nao da pra comparar sua importancia “aerea” com pontos turisticos como recife, rio e salvador, megalopoles como sao paulo, ou uma capital federal como brasilia. a excessao ai e’ BH, que tem a vantagem de estar proxima a todas essas.

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  3. quem sairá perdendo é a AA, pois demanda para um voo direto poa-miami é o que não falta !

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  4. É que as grandes cidades e empresas do mundo tem interesse em cidades desenvolvidas, e não em cidades do interior do Brasil…

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    • Não só do interior, como do contra, especialmente se for algo oriundo desse capitalismo selvagem americano.

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    • dever ser paulista ou carioca , com raiva do mundo por passar 2 horas por dia pra ir trabalhar e ter sido acoado em tiroteio rsrrs

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  5. O vôo de POA já foi solicitado, segundo a AA de POA.
    Tsc.Poa@aa.com

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