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Gol Airlines started an agreement to share flights (codeshare) with Korean Air, the largest airline company in South Korea and one of the largest airlines in Asia. The partnership is pending approval from the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE). “This is our tenth Codeshare agreement and our first with a Far Eastern company. Surely this partnership, when approved, will provide even more ease and convenience to passengers who need to fly several segments in destinations served by GOL, especially in Brazil, “said Cyrus Camargo, Gol Airline’s Alliances Manager.

With this partnership, Korean Air will have available flights operated by GOL, offering customers a wide variety of connections to destinations in Brazil and the Americas. The Korean company currently has partnerships with 29 airlines to 188 destinations around the world. Gol and Korean Air also entered Frequent Flyer Program agreement (“FFP”), which will provide members of its loyalty programs, Smiles Gol and the Skypass of Korean the ability to earn and redeem miles on all eligible flights operated by both airlines.