The shareholders of the former airline Amaszonas del Paraguay, Ilai (Spain) and Avmax (USA), confirmed the new designation that the new airline will have after its separation from the Bolivian parent company Amaszonas.
The airline will make a change of corporate image and will become Paranair. It will be the airline offering the most international destinations from Paraguay, covering the same routes operated by the former Amaszonas Paraguay as of October 15, 2018: Curitiba, San Pablo, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Salta and Iquique, including the routes of Seasons: Florianópolis, Punta del Este and Rio de Janeiro. Even the internal route to Ciudad del Este will continue programmed and will continue flying with the four Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft.
They do not consider becoming a low cost airline but want to focus on improving the attention of their passengers. Rómulo Campos, its commercial manager, affirms that it is “a very important bet for the shareholders of this company, we have a very important support from the company ILAI, supported by Air Nostrum, and the Canadian company Avmax, which gives us all the support as the main shareholder of this company. ”
To carry out this ambitious project and continue to grow, they have chosen Summerwind as their GSA in many of their venues, such as Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Mexico, USA, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador and Europe.
Summerwind, in its 30 years of international experience, has become a global provider of commercial services to airlines and tour operators that has been able to pivot on the crisis to grow robustly in America and Europe in the last 5 years. Currently they have surpassed the figure of the traditional GSA / GSSA for the strategic partner in business development for airlines, offering the following services: sales, marketing, communication, network planning, alliances and integrations (SPA, IET, CS, API), load of tariffs and inventory, revenue management, benchmarking of technological solutions (PSS, PSP, RA, DCS, …) and aircraft leasing.
Federico Lledó, President of Summerwind, and Antonio López Lázaro, CEO of Summerwind América, are enthusiastic about a large-scale project that aims very high.