Brazilian low-cost carrier GOL has resumed service at Miami International Airport for the first time since the pandemic with the first of four weekly flights to Brasilia. GOL is using 176-seat Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for the new service, which will increase to daily service starting on July 4. GOL is currently the only airline at MIA with service to Brazil’s capital city, and Miami and Orlando are GOL’s only U.S. destinations.
Colombia’s Avianca and Brazil’s GOL have agreed to a merger that will create a pan-Latin American airline network. The brands will remain independent but benefit from greater efficiencies under aligned ownership, and the lowest unit costs in their respective markets.
American expects to increase commercial cooperation with Gol to accelerate growth and create a more seamless experience for all customers.
The agreement, which will come into force in January, will enable Air Europa passengers flying to its four Brazilian destinations - Sao Paulo, Recife, Fortaleza and Salvador - to connect on with 20 Brazilian cities on the Gol network.
Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes has celebrated the unveiling of its newly outfitted 737 MAX 8 during a celebration in Sao Paulo. The leading Brazilian carrier also announced plans to fly the more fuel-efficient and longer-range Boeing 737 airplane on international routes.
Brazilian airline Gol will launch a new direct route between São Paulo and Quito, with three weekly flights taking off from December.
GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes has announced a key milestone in its partnership with Delta Air Lines, the implementation of GOL codeshare on Delta’s flights from Brasilia to Atlanta. GOL will now sell Delta’s international tickets through its sales channels – website, Voe GOL stores, call centres and travel agencies.
GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes, the largest low-cost airline in Latin America, has announced a new partnership with Localiza Rent a Car that will make services for customers even more economic and convenient. As of February 4th, 2013, customers will be able to rent Localiza’s cars in GOL’s website while they book their flight.
Qatar Airways and Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes have implemented a new code share agreement to connect travellers from Doha to 46 cities across Brazil through Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport.
GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes has seen losses wide for the second quarter of 2011, with Brazil’s second largest airline losing BRL358.7 million over the period. This is up from BRL51.9 million a year earlier, Sao Paulo-based Gol said in a statement.