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Avianca Holdings SA Says NYSE To Suspend Trading Immediately, Commence Delisting Proceedings
Lifemiles Remains Strong And Members' Miles Safe As Avianca Initiates Reorganization Proceedings
Avianca Says Filed Voluntary Petitions Under Chapter 11 In U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Avianca Holdings SA is a Panama-based company engaged, through its subsidiaries, in the provision of air transportation services for passengers and commercial purposes. The Company was originally established as a strategic alliance between Aerovias del Continente Americano SA (AVIANCA) and Grupo TACA Holdings Limited (GTH), and it mainly operates in North, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Europe. In addition, through codeshare agreements, the Company is active in the operation of other international passenger air routes. As of December 31, 2011, the Company owned such subsidiaries as Latin Airways Corporation and LifeMiles Corporation, among others. On December 28, 2012, the merger of subsidiaries Latin Airways Corporation, as absorbing company, with Synergy Ocean Air Colombia SAS and Soac 2 SAS was formalized. On June 18, 2013, the Company received the first out of 15 ATR 72-600, a turbo-propelled aircraft from ATR, a company engaged in regional aircraft.
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Roberto Jose Kriete
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Anko Van der Werff
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Latin America's No. 2 carrier Avianca Holdings reported a $121 million loss for the first quarter late on Monday, accounting for just two weeks of severe impact from the coronavirus crisis.
Passenger revenue at Latin America's No. 2 airline, Avianca Holdings, has fallen 51% for the year as of early June compared with a year ago, the carrier said, in a look into the dire financial toll that the coronavirus has taken on the company.
Avianca Holdings had known since late March that the Colombian airline's cash pile would only cover a few months of expenses while its entire fleet sat grounded because of aggressive anti-coronavirus lockdowns.
Shares of Avianca Holdings Inc <AVT_p.CN> fell sharply on the Bogota stock exchange on Tuesday after a New York court approved initial motions in the Colombia-based airline's bankruptcy case.
Share prices for Colombia-based airline Avianca were down 55.6% to 200 pesos ($0.05) per share at the start of trading on Tuesday, two days after the company filed for bankruptcy. The airline filed on Sunday after failing to meet a bond payment deadline and as its pleas...
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By Marcelo Rochabrun, Devika Krishna Kumar and Nelson Bocanegra
* AVIANCA HOLDINGS INITIATES VOLUNTARY REORGANIZATION PROCEEDINGS
There is "substantial doubt" about Avianca Holdings' ability to stay in business due to the coronavirus crisis, the Colombian airline reported on Thursday, citing the conclusion of its financial auditors.
The financial auditors of Colombian airline Avianca Holdings have concluded that "substantial doubt" exists as to the company's ability to stay in business due to the coronavirus crisis, the carrier said.
* AVIANCA HOLDINGS SA - WILL DECREASE CAPACITY BETWEEN 30% AND 40% AS OF MARCH 14
Struggling Latin American airline Avianca is optimistic about future results despite losses of $894 million in 2019, executives said on Friday, and will refinance some of its debt this year.
Colombian airline Avianca is a "victim" in the global scandal surrounding years of alleged bribes paid by manufacturer Airbus <AIR.PA> to bolster sales of its planes, Avianca's chief executive said on Thursday.
German Efromovich, the majority shareholder in Latin American airline Avianca <AVT_p.CN>, said on Wednesday he does not have any knowledge of widespread bribes allegedly paid by European manufacturer Airbus <AIR.PA>.
Colombian flag carrier Avianca Holdings is making progress with a restructuring plan for its finances that will keep it in the air without having to take measures such as declaring bankruptcy or insolvency, company executives said on Wednesday.
Latin American airline Avianca has reached an agreement with airplane manufacturer Airbus to reduce the number of planes it was set to buy by 20, the company said on Tuesday.
A proposed joint venture between United Airlines, Colombia's Avianca Holdings and Panama's Copa Holdings has been delayed due to the potential inclusion of a fourth partner, as well as problems at Avianca, the CEOs of two of the companies said.
A proposed joint venture between United Airlines, Colombia's Avianca Holdings and Panama's Copa Holdings has been delayed due to the potential inclusion of Brazil's Azul SA as a fourth partner, as well as problems at Avianca, the CEOs of two of the companies said.
Latin American airline Avianca said on Monday it will receive a $200 million loan from controlling shareholders United Airlines and Kingsland Holdings Limited after it successfully exchanged hundreds of millions of dollars in bonds.
Latin American airline Avianca announced the exchange of $475.2 million in bonds on Thursday, part of a plan to change its capital structure amid ongoing financial problems and enough to receive additional financing from United Airlines.
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