Brazil’s GOL Passenger Volumes Increase 19% Year on Year

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May 06. Brazilian low-cost carrier GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. (G3) recently announced its preliminary traffic figures for April, and compared to 2022, and as reported by PR Newswire, it’s looking good. The airline increased its capacity by 12.5%, with seat capacity rising by 18%.

In 2022, the budget carrier increased the overall load factor from 78.2% to 78.9% last month. This is complemented by the 17,545 flights operated in April, representing more than three million seats, an immediate improvement of 18% compared to 2022.

Domestic operations are on the up, with a growth of 6%, and the carrier’s international operations doubled compared to last year, now offering 135,000 seats to/from Brazil.

As airlines rebound from the burdens of COVID-19, GOL appears to be recovering well, with ambitious plans to continue expansion. With demand increasing, the carrier reported an improvement of 19% overall for passengers onboard, representing 2.3 million passengers carried for April.

Source: Simple Flying

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