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Gol revealed just a few of the last quarter results and, consequently, all of 2014. One of the highlights was the 25.7% increase in demand for international flights operated by the company, which had an average occupancy of 71%, 8.3 pp growth.

Domestic flights demand has increased by 8%, the capacity reduced by 1.7% and the load factor hit 78%, 7 pp higher compared to 2013. In total, 40 million passengers were transported in 2014, an increase of 9.5%.

The prask increased 11.3%, hitting R$18.2, the yield reached R$23.7 (+ 1.1%) and the rask rose 12.2% to R$20.3.