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Messagepar Flyzen » Lun 11 Oct 2010, 09:15

Cette Cie irlandaise pourrait devenir anglaise,
... le Groupe Sobart semble etre interessé (important groupe de transports et logistique sans aucune activité aerienne pax http://www.stobartgroup.co.uk/)

http://www.galwaynews.ie/15453-british- ... -aer-arann
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Messagepar azur » Mar 12 Oct 2010, 11:22

:shock: Délocalisation de la compagnie à Galaways, c'est pas très bon pour le personnels de Aer Arann ça.
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Messagepar Flyzen » Mer 13 Oct 2010, 06:07

azur a écrit::shock: Délocalisation de la compagnie à Galaways, c'est pas très bon pour le personnels de Aer Arann ça.

Je crois qu'il y a une petite erreur Galway est une des bases actuelles de Aer arann
... par contre c'est l'offre de Stobart qui semble etre la mieux placée et mm si la Cie n'a pas d'activités aeriennes pax, elle est proprietaire d' l'aeroport de Southend et ses intentions sont claires
Stobart now wants to promote Southend as a feeder airport for London in a similar way to Stansted Airport which is used by Ryanair.
In its statement yesterday, Stobart said it expects Aer Arann, over time, to carry up to 300,000 passengers a year on routes to Southend.
It is also possible that Aer Arann could look to develop routes to continental Europe from Southend

.... decison definitive reportée au 22 octobre, ... les irlandais ne sautent peut etre pas de joie de voir partir unr de leurs Cies en Angleterre
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http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/fin ... 77528.html
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Messagepar Flyzen » Sam 30 Oct 2010, 10:03

Decision definitive, enfin si ce mot a une signification dans le domaine du TA, 1ere semaine de novembre
http://www.breakingnews.ie/business/jud ... 79704.html
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Messagepar AVION » Mer 3 Nov 2010, 20:46

High Court approves Aer Arann rescue plan

The High Court has approved a rescue plan for Aer Arann, allowing the airline to come out of examinership.

This evening at the High Court Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan said that she was satisfied to approve the a scheme of arrangement prepared by the airline's examiner, Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton, once certain modifications are made to the scheme.

The scheme had been approved by the majority of the airline's creditors.

The court also heard that the Revenue Commissioner were prepared to drop its initial objections to the scheme being approved.

Under the modified proposals, Revenue will receive 22% of what they are owed within 29 days, with the remaining 78% to be paid within 18 months.

The court made its ruling after receiving submissions from Mr McAteer in response to "serious and significant concerns" expressed by the judge last week over the scheme.

The judge had previously said that the court could not approve the scheme unless it was satisfied the airline, which employs 300 people, had a reasonable prospect of survival. She said she had insufficient information on a number of matters in that regard.

After receiving additional material from the examiner the Judge said she was satisfied that the modified scheme allowed the court form the view that the airline had a reasonable prospect of survival as a going concern.

Those modifications include clarifying which classes of the airline's creditors come within the scheme and which ones do not.

The airline went into examinership after the High Court was informed it was insolvent and unable to pay its debts Creditors of the airline are owed more than €29m with Allied Irish Banks, owed €5.2m, the largest creditor.

The survival plan has secured the support of none out of the 12 classes of creditors, including AIB.

It was proposed that some of the airlines creidtors will receive all of what they are owed, however other under the scheme will get between 10% and 12% of what they are owed
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Messagepar Flyzen » Jeu 4 Nov 2010, 20:25

Attendons le nouveau reseau ... il ne va pas falloir trop trainer pour S11 (pour le moment en toute logique, aucune programmation au dela fin W10/11)
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Messagepar Flyzen » Dim 7 Aoû 2011, 18:56

Selon les declarations faites au site anna aero, Aer Arann pourrait baser une machine a Southend ... été 2012 ou ? ça reste assez vague ainsi que le positionnement Aer Arann vis a vis d Easyjet
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