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Air France, Air Caraïbes and Easyjet give up saving Aigle Azur

French Aigle Azur seems to be in a blind alley: the two biggest proposals to save the company, which recently stopped operations, were on the way.

  Aigle Azur Airbus A330
Aigle Azur Airbus A330 lands in Toulouse for storage

The main proposal was from Air France together with Groupe Dubreuil, which controls the airlines Air Caraïbes and French Bee. The French companies that have been competitors so far have said that Aigle's debt does not allow a viable rescue plan.

Another company that had its eye on Aigle Azur was British low cost Easyjet, which dropped the process without providing further details. Easyjet says it remains committed to the French market, where it operates 19 routes from Paris Orly airport.

There are still about 12 proposals to save the company, one of which is Vueling, a Spanish low-cost subsidiary of the IAG Group (British Airways and Iberia).

Aigle Azur operated in Brazil in a large partnership with Azul Linhas Aéreas, where they share the same investor: Brazilian David Neeleman.

Since the 06th, the company has canceled flights from the Paris – Campinas route. Azul has reported that it complies with current legislation that only accommodates passengers who have issued tickets through its website, www.voeazul.com.br.

Passengers complain that there is no longer service from the company in Paris, and that both France and Brazil do not answer Aigle's communication channels.

Last year we took a unique look at the performance of the new international routes in Brazil, see what was the occupation of the Paris – Campinas route:

  Occupation Aigle Azur

] With information from Reuters and Air Transport World [19659013] Carlos Martins

Joined his passion for aviation in 1999 on a Smoke Squadron show. He is currently a commercial pilot, dispatcher, Bachelor of Aeronautical Sciences, AOPA member and Western Michigan University veteran #GoBroncos

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