The suspense is over. Gol announced in Confins Maintenance Center, Minas Gerais, its new visual identity. The brand comes with the arrival of the 100th Boeing acquired by the carrier.
With robust and more modern look, the novelty was presented by the president of the air company, Paul Kakinoff. “Our logo brings the feeling of unity, the bond to unite people, destinations and stories,” he said, referring to the company’s name.
The 100th Gol Boeing, a 737-800, came straight from Seattle (United States) to Confins without any paint on its fuselage. Once in Brazil, the aircraft received new paint, which includes the new logo. Another novelty presented was the inclusion of Brazil Brand, developed by Embratur. “We are a Brazilian company,” said Kakinoff.
The president of Gol also revealed that from 2016 all the company’s aircraft will have new seats made from ecological leather, which receive the traditional orange and gray colors. He also reinforced the Wi-Fi system on board, which will start from next year, in addition to distributing organic snacks, which will start to be made at the end of July.
According to Kakinoff, Gol has an average of ten orders for Boeing aircraft s per year until 2023.