Along with the financial statement for the third quarter of the year, Gol also announced strategic adjustments in their domestic and international route network. The highlight is the company’s operations to Miami and Orlando in the United States, which will be operated seasonally from February 19. Scheduled flights to Punta Cana, departing from Guarulhos, remain operating normally.
The company also said it still follows studying the feasibility of continuing its operations to Caracas, Venezuela. At this time, the flights are maintained and their frequency reduced to once a week. However, the airline is also considering new destinations in Latin America, among them, Havana, Cuba.
“These adjustments are aimed at improving the use of company resources in the most sought routes. A standardized fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft allows Gol work its network flexibly and dynamically allocating its aircraft in different parts operated by the company, whether short or long distance, and according to the need of the company, “the company said in a statement.
Domestically, the company will have direct flights from Santos Dumont Airport, in Rio de Janeiro to Navegantes and Florianopolis in southern Brazil. More cities will also be linked to Porto Seguro with direct flights departing from Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia. From Campinas, the company will have operations to Natal, Fortaleza, Salvador, Recife and Maceio.