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JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation: “The sector will have been the most devastated by this crisis”

António Moura Portugal, lawyer at DLA Piper and executive director of the Association of Airlines in Portugal (RENA), considered, at the JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation, that this sector was the most affected by the economic crisis caused by the pandemic.
Eugénio Fernandes Euroatlantic

JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. “We cannot just support public companies”

EuroAtlantic's CEO, Eugénio Fernandes, was present at the JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation and, in this debate space, took the opportunity to encourage the Government not to support only TAP in a period in which the economic crisis is affecting all aviation companies.

JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. “TAP cannot continue to sit on top of the slots it controls in Lisbon”

Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair, attended the JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. "Another thing we would like to see is that TAP does not continue to sit on top of the slots it controls at Lisbon airport," said the head of the low-cost company.

JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. “3 billion will break out at TAP, which will be lost money”

Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair, attended the JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. "Taxpayers' heads are going to blow up 3 billion euros to subsidize TAP, which, most likely, will be lost money", stressed the Ryanair administrator.

JE / BDC conference on the future of aviation. “TAP's restructuring ensures survival and sustainability”

“TAP will have to change habits and become profitable”, said the chairman of the air carrier, Miguel Frasquilho, during the Webinar “Will there be a return without air transport?”, Promoted by JE and the consultant BDC.

Government guarantees that TAP will not lose 'slots' and justifies new rate of two euros with tax aid on fuels

The guarantee came in response to the executive chairman of Irish Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, who hinted that the company he runs could take the TAP slots. The entrepreneurs of the sector in the webinar 'Will there be a resumption without air transport?', By JE in partnership with BDC, also criticized the creation of the new carbon tax.
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