Interjet - Nuevas Rutas

MayerFM

Well-Known Member
Pues se confirma por el area comercial el cierre de estacion de MTT Y LAP por parte de Interjet derivado de los problemas con los Sukoi, ultima operacion de MTT el dia 1 de Diciembre, LAP ultima operacion dia 30 de Noviembre.
Al salir Interjet de MTT, se quedará Aeroméxico como la única aerolínea en ese aeropuerto. Aeroméxico opera tres -lunes a viernes- y dos -sábado y domingo- vuelos diarios a MEX.

Por cierto, curiosamente el día 21 de diciembre aparece un vuelo extraordinario MEX-MTT operado por un 737-700. No sé a qué se deberá esto.
Gracias por la información, crashoverride.

Además de lo comentado por Mr. Tejeiros sobre la ruta MEX-MTT, aprovecho para señalar que en la ruta GDL-LAP permanecen Calafia Airlines, Viva y Volaris.

Ni hablar, saludos.
 

Raul145

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Al salir Interjet de MTT, se quedará Aeroméxico como la única aerolínea en ese aeropuerto. Aeroméxico opera tres -lunes a viernes- y dos -sábado y domingo- vuelos diarios a MEX.

Por cierto, curiosamente el día 21 de diciembre aparece un vuelo extraordinario MEX-MTT operado por un 737-700. No sé a qué se deberá esto.
Tengo entendido que deben de volar la ruta con el tipo de avion autorizado, a cierto intervalo de tiempo, para no perder la autorizacion.

Saludos
 
Commercially, Russia’s Sukhoi Superjet (abbreviated ‘SSJ’) is yet to ‘take off’.

The Russian regional aircraft was manufactured to compete with Bombardier’s CSeries (now Airbus A220) and Embraer’s E-Jet aircraft and intended to target the lower end of the size range for new technology regional jets. SSJ variants offer between 75-100 seats on the aircraft, whereas the A220 is in the 100-130 seat range, and E-Jet’s are in the 80-140 seat range.

The first 100-seat Sukhoi SuperJet flew its maiden flight on 19 May 2009 and entered service in 2011. Its first airline operator outside Russia was Mexican low-cost carrier Interjet in 2013, and the first delivery to an airline in Western Europe was to CityJet in 2016. In Russia, it’s in service with several carriers who are encouraged to purchase ‘home-made’ aircraft.

Sukhoi

Operationally, the Sukhoi Superjet has been erratic. Safety concerns with the Superjet, (Russia’s first post-Soviet passenger plane), emerged soon after its introduction in 2008. A large number of employees at the Siberia factory responsible for working on the assembly of SSJ aircraft were found to have faked their university engineering degrees.






In 2012, a Superjet crashed into a mountain in Indonesia during a sales demonstration flight, carrying 37 aviation industry executives, members of the media, and eight crew members, killing all aboard. Around the world, the safety of the new aircraft was being questioned. The investigation into the crash found that the aircraft’s automatic collision avoidance system (which would detect mountainous terrain) ‘was working’, but had been ‘ignored by the pilot’, who was ‘possibly distracted by his conversation with a potential customer for the aircraft’. As a result, pilot error was eventually concluded as the primary cause of the crash.

In late 2016, 11 of Interjet’s SSJ100s were ground due to a stabilizer (tail) defect. Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency issued an airworthiness directive requiring “detailed inspection of the stabilizer joint straps and bracket attachment bands.” During this period, I spoke to a friend who was one of the world’s few SSJ pilots, flying for the Mexican airline. We met up at Farnborough Air Show in the UK, one of the industry’s largest trade events. What he told me was, quite frankly, eye-opening. For the sake of anonymity, I’ll refer to him as ‘George’. Sitting for coffee, George explained he had taken the decision to resign from Interjet, over lack of trust in the aircraft he flew. He told me “When we’re reporting genuine technical issues with this aircraft, Russia hits back and tell Interjet it is us [pilots] who are handling the aircraft incorrectly.” George went on to explain how he didn’t feel the genuine concerns the crew had while operating this new Russian jet were being addressed properly, and so he left the airline — and is now flying for Aeromexico.

Interjet’s CEO boasted that the airline negotiated a “sweet deal” with the Russian manufacturer for the SSJ100, admitting the cost of 10 Sukhoi Superjet aircraft was roughly equal to the pre-delivery payment for one Airbus A320. He was quick to tell media “We are satisfied. It is a money-making machine.” Shortly after, Interjet were forced to ground Superjet aircraft due to ongoing technical faults, and a frequent need for urgent maintenance. Sukhoi fixed the problem and the aircraft returned to service in January 2017, but further groundings followed, including more in early 2018. The Russian manufacturer paid Interjet $40 million in compensation, given Interjet’s maintenance expenses rose at a sharp, and costly rate.








Now, Interjet plans to change its fleet to focus on Airbus, following problems with its Russian aircraft. The low-cost airline will remove the majority (and eventually all) of its Sukhoi Superjet 100s that were acquired since 2013. The airline has suffered financially, and the continuous groundings of its Superjet fleet have contributed to the large losses declared by the Mexican low-cost carrier.

In Europe, the SSJ was ordered by just one airline, Ireland’s Cityjet.

CityJet is wet-leasing all of its SuperJet fleet to Brussels Airlines (who needed extra planes), and has already returned one aircraft to Sukhoi. It’s thought CityJet have no plans to have it return to the Irish airline.

sukhoibrussels

However, a frequent need for maintenance, owing to recurring technical faults has hurt Brussels Airlines operations and has left the airline frustrated with its wet-leasing deal.

Just six month ago, the Belgian airline was forced to cancel 92 flights operated by the Superjet, over just a 22 day period. A source at the airline said “technical problems occur very frequently. To make matters worse, there are little airports with engineers who are qualified to work on the SSJ-100. It’s simply unreliable, and we are not able to continue like this”.

This month, Brussels Airlines has again expressed its disappointment with its leased Superjets. While its contract expires in March 2019, the airline has now started to replace flights that would have been flown by the Russian jets, with Bombardier CRJ-900s. Furthermore, according to France’s L’Echo, Brussels Airlines has complained about the lack of maintenance manuals properly translated from Russian — adding to the complexities of operating this regional jet.

Final Thought

Several new aircraft experiences ‘teething problems’ upon entry-into-service — and recent history will show how the 787 Dreamliner suffered during its first year of service, along with the Airbus A380. However, Western airlines have, for a long time been sceptical of the safety of Russian-built aircraft, and ongoing issues with the Superjet isn’t helping sell the aircraft. Aside from Cityjet, there is not a single European airline operator of the airline. In The Americas, the Superjet’s last days at Mexican carrier Interjet are being planned.






Where Sukhoi’s operations are flawed, is in maintenance. Sukhoi’s ‘after-care’ for airlines is weak and costly for the customer. The manufacturer doesn’t have a single maintenance facility in the Americas, unlike Airbus, which services the rest of Interjet’s fleet, that has a strong maintenance presence, globally. In addition to this, being a smaller player in the commercial airliner sector leaves the aircraft more vulnerable to a worsened aftermath of technical faults, as the jet is frequently operating to destinations where there are no Superjet trained engineers, given the lack of international interest in the Russian regional jet.


Fuente

https://aviationanalyst.co.uk/2018/11/04/the-airlines-ditching-unreliable-russian-sukhoi-superjets/
 

MayerFM

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también cierra estación en SLP el 30 de nov
en AGUASCALIENTES se queda solo con la frecuencia a MEX y suspende los vuelos a CUN,MTY y PVR
Gracias por la información adicional, GERMAN RGL. En términos de competencia:

1) En la ruta entre MEX y SLP, siguen Aeromar y Aeroméxico Connect.
2) En la AGU-CUN, permanece Volaris.
3) En la AGU-PVR, continúa TAR.
4) La ruta AGU-MTY se queda, una vez más, sin servicio aéreo.

Ni hablar, saludos.
 
Hace poco menos de dos meses comentaba en otro hilo que las rutas operadas en exclusiva en Superjet podrían ser canceladas.

Estas son las rutas que operan de manera exclusiva con Superjet.

GDLTLC 10 vuelos semanales
AGUCUN Vuelo diario
AGUMEX Vuelo diario
AGUMTY Vuelo diario
AGUPVR Vuelo diario
CULGDL Vuelo diario
CUUGDL Vuelo diario
GDLLAP Vuelo diario
GDLVER Vuelo diario
MEXMTT Vuelo diario
MEXSLP Vuelo diario
GDLHMO 5 vuelos semanales
MEXPQM 2 vuelos semanales
GDLTLC 10 vuelos semanales
AGUCUN Cancelada
AGUMEX Vuelo diario
AGUMTY Cancelada
AGUPVR Cancelada
CULGDL Cancelada?
CUUGDL Cancelada?
GDLLAP Cancelada?
GDLVER Cancelada?
MEXMTT Cancelada
MEXSLP Cancelada
GDLHMO Cancelada?
MEXPQM Cancelada?

Las que tienen un (?) no han sido confirmadas ni comentadas por aquí pero revisé en la página de Interjet y ya no están a la venta. La mayoría de ellas a partir del 30 de Noviembre.
 

Guajolojet

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Hace poco menos de dos meses comentaba en otro hilo que las rutas operadas en exclusiva en Superjet podrÃ#an ser canceladas.



GDLTLC 10 vuelos semanales
AGUCUN Cancelada
AGUMEX Vuelo diario
AGUMTY Cancelada
AGUPVR Cancelada
CULGDL Cancelada?
CUUGDL Cancelada?
GDLLAP Cancelada?
GDLVER Cancelada?
MEXMTT Cancelada
MEXSLP Cancelada
GDLHMO Cancelada?
MEXPQM Cancelada?

Las que tienen un (?) no han sido confirmadas ni comentadas por aquÃ# pero revisé en la página de Interjet y ya no están a la venta. La mayorÃ#a de ellas a partir del 30 de Noviembre.
sera el final de Interjet, se va Pena Nieto y se esta tambaleando Interjet.

Hubo mano negro en dicha aerolinea.
 

MayerFM

Well-Known Member
Hace poco menos de dos meses comentaba en otro hilo que las rutas operadas en exclusiva en Superjet podrían ser canceladas.

GDLTLC 10 vuelos semanales
AGUCUN Cancelada
AGUMEX Vuelo diario
AGUMTY Cancelada
AGUPVR Cancelada
CULGDL Cancelada?
CUUGDL Cancelada?
GDLLAP Cancelada?
GDLVER Cancelada?
MEXMTT Cancelada
MEXSLP Cancelada
GDLHMO Cancelada?
MEXPQM Cancelada?

Las que tienen un (?) no han sido confirmadas ni comentadas por aquí pero revisé en la página de Interjet y ya no están a la venta. La mayoría de ellas a partir del 30 de Noviembre.
De las rutas adicionales que nos comentó Sardaukar:

1) CUL-GDL continúa con el servicio de Viva y Volaris, lo mismo que CUU-GDL y GDL-VER.
2) En la ruta GDL-HMO seguirán tres operadores: Calafia Airlines, Viva y Volaris.
3) La ruta MEX-PQM se queda sin servicio aéreo.

Saludos.
 
sera el final de Interjet, se va Pena Nieto y se esta tambaleando Interjet.

Hubo mano negro en dicha aerolinea.
Mano negra no lo sé y no lo creo.

Pero sí una mala, malísima, pésima administración y toma de decisiones estratégicas: tener todo interno (mantenimiento, handling), la flota (Superjet pero también la deficiente configuración de los A320 y A321) y en general su estrategia comercial de no sé ni juana ni chana. Ni compiten bien con Aeroméxico ni con Volaris/Viva.

Les urge una radical reducción de capacidad, enfoque en rutas rentables (casi seguro que todas en el AICM), densificar los Airbus y traer a alguien que sepa de Revenue Management.
 
GDLTLC 10 vuelos semanales
AGUCUN Cancelada
AGUMEX Vuelo diario
AGUMTY Cancelada
AGUPVR Cancelada
CULGDL Cancelada?
CUUGDL Cancelada?
GDLLAP Cancelada?
GDLVER Cancelada?
MEXMTT Cancelada
MEXSLP Cancelada
GDLHMO Cancelada?
MEXPQM Cancelada?

Las que tienen un (?) no han sido confirmadas ni comentadas por aquí pero revisé en la página de Interjet y ya no están a la venta. La mayoría de ellas a partir del 30 de Noviembre.
Cancelaciones confirmadas:

AGUCUN
AGUMTY
AGUPVR
CULGDL
CUUGDL
GDLHMO
GDLLAP
GDLVER
MEXMTT
MEXSLP

Por el momento se salvan: GDLTLC, AGUMEX y MEXPQM que son operadas de manera exclusiva con Superjet.

Las que ahora están riesgo por ser operadas de manera exclusiva con Superjet son; MTYIAH, MTYSAT y HAVMTY.
 

nahumlv

Active Member
Las que ahora están riesgo por ser operadas de manera exclusiva con Superjet son; MTYIAH, MTYSAT y HAVMTY.
Buen día Sardaukar,

Esas 3 rutas desde Monterrey ya son mayormente A320 desde el anterior recorte fuerte de Interjet (Mayo?), eso si... llegando Noviembre se han dejado ver mas SU95 volando a IAH y SAT (Principalmente a Houston).

Saludos.
 
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