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Gol’s international flights emptier than rivals’ in 2011

(Reuters) – Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas said on Wednesday it is expanding its South American destinations and will adjust international routes where the carrier’s occupancy has fallen short of competitors.

Beginning this month and next, Gol will offer direct flights from Sao Paulo to Montevideo, Asuncion and Santa Cruz, Bolivia. It will also increase the frequency of flights to Buenos Aires from Brazil’s southern states, according to a company statement.

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