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EIB-2014-0028 - LATAM Airlines (Chile) - Export of B-787 Aircraft

 

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Application Number AP088724XX for a Final Commitement for the Export of Boeing 787 Aircraft to Chile

EIB-2014-0028

May 20, 2014

Joint Comments of Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and Air Line Pilots Association, International

Exhibit A - Federal Register Notice - Request for Comments - April 25, 2014

Exhibit B - Does the Airline Industry Suffer from Overcapacity - Amel, Kasper, Lee and Brueckner

Exhibit C - LATAM Airlines 2013 Annual Report, News Articles, Press Releases, Export-Import Bank Memoranda and Studies

Exhibit D - Declaration of Daniel Kasper and Eric Amel

Exhibit 3 - Press Release, US Court of Appeals for DC Circuit Response on Remand, Delta v. Export-Import Bank, June 18, 2013

Since those applications were submitted and approved by the Bank’s Board, LATAM has only grown as a serious competitive threat to U.S. airlines. LATAM’s fleet, already among the youngest in the industry with an average age of less than seven years, has been steadily expanding. For example, in April 2014, LATAM signed a deal to add eight new Boeing 777-300ERs to its fleet through a leaseback arrangement. LATAM has used its growing fleet to aggressively increase its already sizable 26% share of the capacity on routes between the United States and Latin America. For example, at the end of May 2014, LATAM’s subsidiary TAM will add another route between Miami and Fortaleza, Brazil, “a strategic location in TAM’s network,” in addition to the six Brazilian cities that TAM already serves from Miami. Only American Airlines has a larger share of routes between the United States and Latin America (at 36%); both United Airlines (13%) and Delta (12%) have much weaker positions.

Counsel: Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Michael Kellogg, 202-326-7900 for Delta / Cooley, Jonathan Hill, 202-776-2725 for Hawaiian / ALPA, Russell Bailey, 202-797-4086


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