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With vaccination and other measures, the world is returning to its pre-pandemic times. Recently Brazil’s GOL Airlines announced to recommence international routes from Brazil’s northeast region encompassing FOR( Fortaleza International Airport ), Salvador, Maceio, Natal, and Recife airports to Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery Airfield.

After a long wait due to Covid-19 travel restrictions around the globe, Brazil’s GOL airline, on the 20th, august will resume the Fortaleza -Buenos Aires flight path. It will be the first international route to be restarted and operate every Saturday. Later on, starting from 3rd December, other cities from the northeast of brazil, Recife, Maceio, Natal, and Salvador, will recommence weekly round trips to the capital city of Argentina. 

GOL Airline’s Strategic Planning Manager, Bruno Balan, stated that GOL Airlines is committed to serving the Brazilian market and developing the northeast region as the gateway from the country to the rest of the world. It will result in more options, better facilities, and development for the northeast Brazilian cities. 

Currently, routes resumed in December 2021 GOL airline runs between Buenos Aires and Florianopolis, Sao Paulo Guarulhos, and Rio de Janeiro Galeao. 

Gol Airline codeshare agreement with Aerolineas Argentinas

Brazil and Argentina are important markets and serve as the bridge to America. There are in total 187 flights operating between both the countries. Considering this fact – both the airline carriers deepened their codeshare agreement to boost the daily connectivity between both countries.

This partnership is acting as a boon to serve the connectivity to the passengers even to the interior regions of Argentina, giving them abundant options.

GOL Airlines 2022 

The net operating revenue of GOL Airlines was seen at 3.3 billion reais in the first half of 2022 this year, up 215% and 3% from the previous years’ net operating revenue in the second quarter of 2021 and 2019, respectively.

Despite resuming operations to the pre-pandemic times, GOL airlines have a net loss of around US $541 million owing to local factors like increasing fuel prices, currency devaluation, and economic variability. 

Keeping a positive outlook for the future, GOL Airlines expanded its fleet by ten additional Boeing 737 Max aircraft. 

GOL’s CEO Celso Ferrer stated that the airline is self-assured of the economies of scale benefits resulting from the fleet expansion. This quarter has resulted in 27.5% productivity gains and fuel savings from the latest 737 Max aircraft, ensuring steady growth throughout the second half year.