“Pânico” na Record, no SBT e a boataria rola solta

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omeça a temporada de especulações na imprensa acerca dos programas da televisão brasileira. Não que em algum momento esses boatos parem, mas, especialmente nos primeiros meses do ano, deixam o caráter de majoritariamente boatos para efetivamente traduzir negociações, ainda que nem tão interessantes.

Nesse turbilhão de especulações, uma turma sempre se sobressai, deixando o canal em que estão a cada 2 ou 3 meses para ir para qualquer outro: o “Pânico”.

Desde que surgiu na TV, o programa é alvo dos mais diversos boatos e, por incontáveis oportunidades, foi colocado no SBT, em horários que variam da tradicional noite de domingo até a pouco usual noite de sábado.

Suas reprises na emissora rodaram a semana, entrando no lugar de inúmeras atrações ameaçadas ou pelo baixo retorno financeiro ou pelos pífios números no Ibope.

Houve até aquela fatídica negociação em que o colunista José Armando Vanucci, da Rádio Jovem Pan, cravou a trupe na emissora de Silvio Santos, que àquela altura se encontrava nas dependências para fechar o contrato. Não fechou e o “Pânico” bombou na audiência por mais alguns anos na RedeTV!

No auge, o programa chegou a bater a Globo, alcançando picos de 17 pontos e suas médias variavam entre 9 e 11 pontos semanalmente.

Mas a RedeTV! passou pela maior crise de sua história em 2012 e Emílio e sua trupe saltaram rápido para respirar novos ares. O destino, claro, foi o SB… não??? Como é? Band??

Pois é… Em 2012, o “Pânico” deixou a RedeTV! rumo ao eterno Canal do Esporte. A Bandeirantes, que havia conquistado um bom espaço na linha do humor com a consolidação do “CQC”, apostou nos altos índices (já não tão altos, é bem verdade, mas ainda expressivos) da atração comandada por Emílio Surita.

Já imerso em uma pequena crise de ideias e carecendo de um pouco mais de sal, o “Pânico” estreou bem na Band, deu 11 pontos com picos de 14, mas a lua-de-mel durou pouco. Paulatinamente a atração foi perdendo público e começou 2013 com uma audiência bem abaixo.

Foram 6 pontos que se repetiram em 2014 e novamente sofreram uma queda na atual temporada, quando atingiu apenas 4,9 pontos.

Não bastassem as baixas de cast, qualidade e audiência, boatos dão conta de que o programa também estaria sofrendo com os vencimentos, algo que, há pouco mais de três anos, tirou a trupe da RedeTV!

Saídos pelas portas dos fundos da emissora de Amílcare Dallevo e Marcelo de Carvalho, novamente o “Pânico” se envolve em polêmica com a rede que o abriga e, como de costume quando algo não vai bem, surge o SBT novamente na parada.

Mas dessa vez, o canal da Anhanguera não aparece sozinho. Há quem diga que a Record também deseja o grupo e trabalha para levá-los para a Barra Funda.

Recentemente, foi especulado que o “Pânico” iria para o SBT ocupar a faixa das 22h dos domingos, mesmo horário especulado outrora e que nunca se confirmou.

Se há especulações em torno da mudança de casa do programa, também há especulações sobre insatisfação e preocupação da casa com a audiência do humorístico, que chega a perder para o “Encrenca”, da RedeTV!.

A verdade é que o “Pânico” passa, não de hoje, por uma crise muito grande de identidade. Claramente, o público da Band não é o mesmo do humorístico e a criatividade da equipe para sair de situações adversas parece ter se limitado. Mesmo as “modas instantâneas” que o programa criava em suas exibições rarearam depois da mudança de canal.

Paralelo a isso, a atração perdeu nomes de peso como Sabrina Sato (hoje na Record) e Wellington Muniz, o Ceará (hoje no Multishow) e as reposições não causaram o mesmo impacto.

Um “Pânico” em pânico é, hoje, o maior desafio daqueles que se notabilizaram por brincadeiras em situações extremas e uma mescla de piadas inteligentes com outras tantas de gosto duvidoso. Talvez a mudança de ares não seja assim tão absurda. O público do programa tem a cara do SBT e pode render bons frutos.

Na Record? Bem, só se Tutinha quiser voltar a fazer o “Pânico” só no Rádio.

Apaixonado por televisão, Helder Vendramini pesquisa e estuda esse meio há vários anos e é formado no curso de Rádio e TV. Aqui no site, busca fazer análises aprofundadas dos mais variados temas que envolvem a nossa telinha.

 

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Japan’s Peach Aviation introduces FlySmart with Airbus on iPad

Peach Aviation pilots will consult all their Airbus flight operational manuals on iPads. They will also be able to compute their aircraft performance calculations which will provide them with optimised and accurate results on any runway of their operational route network.

Shinichi Inoue, Representative Director and CEO of Peach Aviation, says: “FlySmart with Airbus will allow us to realize optimised operations and to remove paper thus reducing associated costs. We consider this solution as a real asset for our future operations to further improve the quality of our service”.

In addition, Peach Aviation will also benefit from the service of “EFB Assessment and EFB Operational Approval Assistance” called APPROVE4Flight and provided by Airbus Flight Operations Services Ltd.

This service is on-site support for the compliance dossier including an analysis of the existing organisation and processes, and the definition of Peach Aviation EFB implementation plan based on Airbus Flight Operations Services recommendations and best practices.

Didier Lux, Senior Vice President of Airbus Customer Services, says: “We are delighted to welcome Peach Aviation as a new FlySmart with Airbus customer. We are confident that this agreement will open new perspectives in Japan to further expand the use of Airbus e-Solutions and the services provided by Airbus Flight Operations Services throughout the region.”

Peach Aviation operates 15 A320 aircraft and will take delivery of 5 additional A320s starting in July 2015.

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All-new A350 XWB begins Americas Demo Tour in Sao Paulo

The world’s newest, most modern and efficient aircraft, the A350 XWB, arrived in Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport, officially kicking off the aircraft’s Americas Demo Tour. The Demo Tour will continue taking flight test aircraft MSN 2 to other major airports in Latin America, stopping in Campinas, Brazil and Bogota, Colombia before heading to the United States.

Senior Airline representatives from TAM, the A350 XWB’s launch customer in the Americas, as well as personnel from other Latin American airlines, government officials and media, boarded MSN 2 for a static display and demonstration flight over Sao Paulo. LATAM Airlines Group, made up of LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines, has ordered 27 A350-900. Synergy Aerospace, Avianca’s main shareholder and owner of Avianca Brasil, has ordered 10 A350 XWB.

The A350-900 that was displayed in Sao Paulo is an Airbus flight test aircraft fitted with a two class cabin with 42 lie-flat business class seats in a four abreast configuration and 210 economy-class seats set at nine abreast. The aircraft is also fitted with special on-board flight test equipment.

The A350 XWB is the latest addition to the market-leading Airbus widebody product line. Seating up to 369 passengers in a two class layout, the aircraft can fly on routes of up to 8,000 nautical miles. The aircraft features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fibre fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines. Together, these latest technologies translate into unrivalled levels of operational efficiency, with a 25 per cent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs.

For passengers, the A350 XWB brings new levels of in-flight comfort, with more personal space in all classes. In the premium cabin airlines can install the most luxurious lie-flat seats, while the extra wide fuselage allows for comfortable full service or budget layouts in economy class.  The aircraft also features wider panoramic windows, larger overhead stowage compartments and a new draught-free air conditioning system, as well as the latest in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems. At the end of June 2015, the A350 XWB had won 781 firm orders worldwide from 40 customers.

With more than 950 aircraft sold and a backlog of nearly 500, 27 customers operate nearly 600 Airbus aircraft throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. In May, Airbus celebrated its 500th aircraft delivery in Latin America.

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Boeing Donates First-Ever 787 Dreamliner to Nagoya’s Central Japan International Airport

Historic airplane to be displayed in Japan’s main aerospace cluster, inspire next generation of aviation

NAGOYA, Japan, July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing (NYSE: BA), airline customers, industry partners and community leaders joined together today to celebrate Boeing’s donation of the first 787-8 Dreamliner flight test airplane to Centrair International Airport inNagoya.

“It is fitting that we bring Boeing’s first-ever 787 Dreamliner, also known as ZA001, back home to Nagoya, the heart of Japan’saerospace industry,” said George Maffeo, president, Boeing Japan. “Many of our partners here spent countless hours to develop and produce the 787 Dreamliner’s airframe structure and Centrair was with us from the very start of the journey. ZA001 carried all of our dreams and aspirations, and has grown to symbolize the storied partnership between Boeing and Japan’s outstanding aerospace industry.”

“We are honored to be selected by Boeing to house the permanent display of the world’s first-ever 787 Dreamliner,” said Masanao Tomozoe, president and CEO, Central Japan International Airport Co., Ltd. “This milestone will allow us to significantly contribute to the aerospace community as well as the Greater Nagoya region by spurring the imagination and interest of future aviation pioneers here in Japan.”

ZA001 is the last of three original flight test 787-8s Boeing has donated to inspire future generations, communities and aviation enthusiasts around the world. Previously, Boeing donated ZA002 to the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Ariz. and ZA003 to the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

ZA001 first flew on Dec. 15, 2009, beginning what would become a six-airplane flight test and certification program for the 787-8. ZA001 performed a variety of ground and flight tests with a focus on aerodynamics, flight controls and systems performance.

The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is the first in a family of technologically advanced, super-efficient airplanes with new passenger-pleasing features. With its unmatched fuel efficiency and environmental performance – 20 percent less fuel and emissions than the airplanes it replaces – the 787 has saved more than 2 billion pounds of fuel since entering service in 2011.

Sixty customers from around the world have ordered more than 1,100 Dreamliners, making it the fastest selling twin-aisle airplane in Boeing history. In Japan, ANA and Japan Airlines have ordered a combined 128 787 Dreamliners – marking the largest customer base of 787s in the world.

Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) is a 24-hour international hub airport located on a man-made island off the coast ofNagoya. Centrair serves 30 cities around the world with 300 weekly departures, as well as major cities in Japan with 80 flights per day. In 2015, the airport celebrated its 10th year of operations and was also awarded the prestigious “Best Regional Airport in the World” accolade by Skytrax.

Centrair is a transport hub for the local aerospace and automotive industries. It is the only airport in the world from which both the 787 main wing and fuselage sections are flown to Boeing’s final assembly plants in the U.S. on the Dreamlifter.

Contacts:
Rob Henderson
Boeing Japan Communications
+81-90-1420-9662
robert.j.henderson2@boeing.com

Kevin Yoo
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Communications
+1 206-249-6372
kevin.k.yoo@boeing.com

Julie O’Donnell
787 Program Communications
+1-206-245-8553
julie.o’donnell@boeing.com

SOURCE : Boeing

Boeing and Vietnam Airlines Celebrate First 787 Dreamliner for Flag Carrier

WASHINGTON, July 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Vietnam Airlines celebrated a historic event today witnessed byH.E. Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, with the flag carrier’s first 787 Dreamliner serving as a backdrop.

The event was attended by more than 200 delegates, ministers and ambassadors from Vietnam and the United States, as well as local and international media, and other invited guests at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The airplane on display is scheduled to be delivered to Vietnam Airlines later this month.

“I’m glad to introduce the very first Boeing 787 Dreamliner for Vietnam Airlines, marking the start of 19 of these new aircraft to expand our fleet and operations,” said Dr. Pham Viet Thanh, Chairman of Vietnam Airlines. “I believe that with its state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly, safe and convenient features, the 787 will offer Vietnam Airlines’ customers new experiences and a new quality of service.”

“Today we build on more than two decades of partnership with Vietnam Airlines and Boeing is honored to be joined by General Secretary H.E Nguyen Phu Trong on his historic first official visit to the United States,” said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner. “We are proud to celebrate Vietnam Airlines’ first 787 Dreamliner and to continue to provide them with the best airplanes in the world.”

At the event, the two companies also signed a memorandum of collaboration toward the goal of Vietnam Airlines’ fleet replacement and expansion. Boeing has offered the airline eight 787-10 Dreamliners and eight 777-8Xs, which the airline acknowledged. Boeing and Vietnam Airlines will work together and report to government authorities before coming to official cooperation agreements in the future.

The 787 provides airlines with unmatched fuel efficiency, resulting in exceptional environmental performance. The family uses 20 to 30 percent less fuel with 20 to 30 percent fewer emissions than the airplanes they replace. The 777X will include new engines, an all-new composite wing and will leverage technologies from the 787 Dreamliner, offering airlines more market coverage and revenue capability than the competition.

Vietnam Airlines, the national flag carrier of Vietnam, operates more than 360 daily flights with its young fleet of modern aircrafts. The airline, headquartered in Hanoi, will continue to expand its fleet with new and modern aircraft such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family. Vietnam Airlines became an official member of SkyTeam Alliance in 2010 and was the first representative of the alliance in theSoutheast Asia region.

Contacts
Joanna Pickup
International Communications
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
+1 425-879-6077
joanna.pickup@boeing.com

Jason Capeheart
Government Operations Communications
The Boeing Company
+1 703-209-5560
jason.s.capeheart@boeing.com

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SOURCE :Boeing