Monday , June 27 2022

Paulmann says there are still no conditions for the "low cost" in Argentina and can let go to the cabotage business


The businessman from Chile, Ceo from Sky Airlines said that she was questioning the lowest rates, high board fees and restrictions to offer a ramp service.

SKY Airlines is still far from consolidating its position in Argentina if current air regulations in that country are running. This is apparent from the statements made by Ceo's company from Chile, Holger Paulmann, to a transgender environment.

The businessman from Chile queried the lowest rates, high board fees and also the restrictions to offer a ramp service.

"The plane revolution is on track, but the market has not yet been released to allow the low-cost model to be sustainable "says Paulmann to Ambito.

"The lowest rate must be completely deleted. Because of now it's limited to sell tickets more than 30 days in advance and this is the fact that 80% of & # 39; The tickets are sold over the last 30 days in the short-range market, "he added.

In that line, he argued that only the price for 20% of the ticket offer that was reduced under the current scenario.

"And we have to bear in mind that the price of the low cost proposal is the main discriminator of the price. But if the regulation does not allow you to sell below the price of operators with full service then there is & # 39; It's very difficult to compete with that scenario, "he said.

In the conversation with Ambito, the business stated that board rates on international flights do not affect outdoor journeys, but "the impact on short flights is" very strong ".

That context, will be erased for the moment that the company will launch to the cabotage business.

"We believe they still need to change all market conditions. We have always said that while the conditions in Argentina are not the right ones we can not go to the domestic market, "he said.

Paulmann also said that the devaluation of passengers in Sky has changed.

"If Argentina's passengers had a 75% discount, Argentina's only 25% and the remainder are in Chile," he said.

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