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  1. January 30, 2020 Gol CFO Richard Lark, in Gol‘s Credit Suisse Latin America Investment Conference presentation, stated (29-Jan-2020) that “Gol is the leader in Brazil and Brazil is beginning to boom”. Mr Lark explained that inflation and interest rates in the country are at historic lows while GDP growth is normalising and governmental policies have led to a “steady recovery of economic growth over the last three years… [while] domestic travel is expected to expand between 6% and 9% in 2020”. https://blueswandaily.com/gol-cfo-gol-is-the-leader-in-brazil-and-brazil-is-beginning-to-boom/
  2. January 14, 2020 Gol reported (10-Jan-2020) it had the best aircraft utilisation in 3Q2019 out of any other carrier, with 12.6 block hours. Gol reported Ryanair had 12 block hours utilisation, followed by jetBlue with 11.9 hours and Azul with 11.7. https://blueswandaily.com/gol-claims-the-highest-utilisation-rate-in-3q2019-with-12-6-block-hours/
  3. 04-Jul-2019 7:18 PM South African Airways announces codeshare and frequent flyer agreements with Gol Linhas Aéreas South African Airways (SAA) has signed codeshare and Frequent Flyer agreements with Brazilian airline Gol - Linhas Aéreas (GOL). The agreement will enable SAA to add its code on flights operated by GOL in the Brazilian territory, which will allow SAA customers to integrate their travel with easy connections on flights of both carriers. The codeshare is effective from today and tickets can already be purchased through all SAA sales channels including flysaa.com. The agreement makes it possible for SAA to add its code on 20 connecting flights in Brazil operated by GOL, including Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, and Florianópolis, among others. The codeshare with the leading carrier in the domestic Brazilian market extends SAA’s reach throughout Brazil. Besides the codeshare, the signed Frequent Flyer Programme ("FFP") agreement offers members of each airline’s programmes, Voyager from SAA and Smiles from GOL, the opportunity to accrue and redeem miles. Customers from Smiles can accrue and redeem miles on flights operated by SAA to Africa, Asia and Australia, and Voyager members can accrue and redeem Voyager miles on flights operated by GOL. “We are extremely pleased with this agreement which comes at an opportune time and gives strategic impetus to our strategy of growing partnerships globally to offer our customers more travel options. It is an important step in the execution of our strategy and gives our customers, through our direct flights to Sao Paulo, a number of further travel options to explore Brazil. In turn, the mutually beneficial agreement offers GOL customers the chance to explore the riches of Africa,” says Zuks Ramasia, SAA acting Chief Executive Officer. “The partnership with South African Airways is in line with our commitment to offer a larger international connectivity, with quality of service and integrated products of each carrier. Thus, we enable more destinations options and connectivity bringing more benefits to our clients, with more agility and the smart use of time on their trips,” says Randall Saenz Aguero, GOL’s Director of Alliances, International Expansion and Distribution. This press release was sourced from South African Airways on 03-Jul-2019. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/south-african-airways-announces-codeshare-and-frequent-flyer-agreements-with-gol-linhas-areas-481536
  4. Avianca signs interline and negotiates codeshare agreements with Azul and Gol in Brazil June 21, 2019 Avianca Holdings interim CEO Renato Covelo stated Aviancabookings were impacted in Brazil due to the brand connection with Avianca Brazil (O Globo, 20-Jun-2019). Avianca signed interline agreements and is negotiating codeshares with Gol Linhas Aéreasand Azul Linhas Aereas to address domestic-international connectivity demand in the Brazilian market. https://blueswandaily.com/avianca-signs-interline-and-negotiates-codeshare-agreements-with-azul-and-gol-in-brazil/
  5. 23-May-2019 9:32 PM Brazilian carrier GOL Linhas Aereas will offer free messaging to all flyers on Gogo-equipped flights. The promotion is available fleet wide on all GOL flights equipped with Gogo 2Ku. While onboard, passengers using their smartphone can send and receive greetings from the sky at no charge using applications like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and iMessage. Guests can find more information about GOL Online and internet passes online. To learn more about Gogo inflight connectivity and entertainment, visit www.gogoair.com. This press release was sourced from Gogo on 22-May-2019. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/gol-offers-free-messaging-on-gogo-equipped-flights-474924
  6. March 4, 2019 Gol Linhas Aéreas CFO Richard Lark, speaking on the 4Q2018 financial results call, commented (01-Mar-2019) on Avianca Brazil‘s chapter 11 filling and its effects on FFP Amigo, stating: “That situation highlighted the shared credit risk between airlines and their affiliated FFPs and that will make it more difficult for programmes to finance themselves on a stand alone basis”. https://blueswandaily.com/gol-cfo-avianca-brazils-situation-highlighted-the-shared-credit-risk-between-airlines-and-ffp/
  7. 18-Feb-2019 6:19 PM Com uma projeção de investimento de mais de R$ 50 milhões, a empresa brasileira abriu hoje seu site local para começar a se posicionar como o programa de milhas mais completo para o viajante argentino A Smiles, programa de fidelidade da GOL com mais de 20 anos de experiência e 15 milhões de usuários, abriu hoje seu site exclusivo para a Argentina - www.smiles.com.ar, redesenhando todo o conteúdo do site de acordo com o mercado local para iniciar suas atividades no país. Com uma projeção de investimento superior a R$ 50 milhões, distribuídos entre operações, marketing e pessoal, a empresa pretende representar 15% da operação Smiles em três anos. "Nos últimos cinco anos, o mercado de cartões na Argentina cresceu 37%. Juntamente com os novos regulamentos de processamento de pagamentos, temos uma grande oportunidade de crescimento para nossos negócios", disse André Fehlauer, presidente da Smiles Argentina. Será também uma alternativa para programas de fidelidade dos bancos, que têm poucas opções de transferência de pontos, operando exclusivamente com seu próprio catálogo e através de agências de turismo. “A chegada da Smiles na Argentina oferecerá empregos e atenderá às demandas do mercado argentino, além de todas as transações serem feitas em moeda local. É importante ressaltar que esta não é uma tradução do site da Smiles Brasil, mas sim um projeto de e-commerce local, adaptado às necessidades desse público, que planeja sua próxima viagem com bastante antecedência ", afirmou Fehlauer. A partir de agora, os novos usuários, juntamente com os 300 mil clientes argentinos que já estão registrados na base brasileira, poderão se unir à Smiles Argentina e aproveitar os melhores benefícios para ter uma experiência de viagem completa. Entre as funções mais importantes do site está a emissão de passagens da GOL e de outras 17 companhias aéreas com 100% de milhas, Smiles & Money (milhas e pesos) e gateway local de pagamento em pesos. Além disso, os clientes do Banco Patagônia e da American Express podem transferir seus pontos dos programas Club Patagônia e Membership Rewards para começar a acumular milhas. Os clientes argentinos que têm uma conta na Smiles Brasil poderão migrar suas milhas para sua conta na Argentina. Promoções exclusivas também serão oferecidas para voos GOL, a maior companhia aérea brasileira, para os principais destinos procurados pelos argentinos, saindo de Buenos Aires: Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Porto Alegre e Orlando, além da possibilidade de partir de Córdoba para o Rio de Janeiro. Também oferece mais de 900 destinos em mais de 160 países ao redor do mundo com as outras companhias aéreas associadas. https://centreforaviation.com/members/direct-news/smiles-inicia-operao-na-argentina-460517
  8. A Gol planeja oferecer serviços de manutenção e reparo para clientes terceiros já a partir de 2020. O MRO (Manutenção, Reparos e Operações) estaria preparado, inicialmente, para receber aeronaves modelo B737. O hangar de manutenção, localizado em Belo Horizonte/Tancredo Neves, tem capacidade para receber até seis narrowbodies, incluindo um na estação de pintura, embora a Gol não tenha divulgado o quanto de capacidade passaria a oferecer para outros clientes e o quanto ainda utilizaria de forma exclusiva para sua frota. Tudo isto foi dito pelo diretor de Manutenção da Gol, Carlos Alberto Costa, no evento da Aviation Week Latin American. Outro ponto dito é que a companhia aérea ainda não decidiu se colocaria eventualmente uma unidade MRO separada fisicamente de seus hangares próprios de manutenção. No entanto, a Gol espera que já em meados de 2019 tenha os procedimentos necessários para o possível ingresso no mercado. Em 2021, a companhia ainda planeja expandir estes serviços para outros modelos narrowbodies e, em 2022, para modelos widebodies. Fonte:https://www.mercadoeeventos.com.br/n...artir-de-2020/
  9. November 15, 2018 Two of Brazil’s largest airlines are optimistic about the future now that the uncertainty surrounding the recent presidential elections are over. Summary: Brazilian carrier Azul Airlines and GOL have offered a more optimistic industry outlook now uncertainty surrounding the recent presidential elections is over; Brazil’s far right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro was a controversial candidate, but he is widely viewed as business friendly; Brazil’s Central Bank has reduced a growth forecast for 2018 to +1.4% but expects it to accelerate to 2.4% in 2019. Brazil’s far right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro was a controversial candidate, but he is widely viewed as business friendly; the recently concluded election removes a level of uncertainty for airlines operating in Latin America’s largest aviation market. The chairman of Brazil’s third largest airline Azul, David Neeleman, recently declared the airline is “relieved that the Brazilian elections are finally over, and that the micro environment in Brazil is more stable”. Reuters has recently reported that Brazil’s Central Bank expects growth to accelerate in 2019. The news outlet stated the bank expects growth of 2.4% in 2019, but has refined estimates for 2018 to 1.4% growth versus a previous forecast of an increase of 1.6%. “We are very optimistic with the new administration; they seem to be taking all right steps to promote economic development of the country.” Mr Neeleman concluded. Azul’s management has recently highlighted that during the last decade, Brazil’s aviation industry has doubled in size, but the average GDP growth has only been 1.5%. If the country’s GDP starts growing at a rate of 2% to 4%, there is a “lot of potential we see here”. CHART – The Brazilian aviation system returned to capacity growth in 2017, albeit at a modest 0.5% rate. It will grow at a decade high rate of around 4.6% this year, but seat levels remain significantly down on those recorded in the first half of the 2010sSource: CAPA – Centre for Aviation and OAG Executives at the country’s largest domestic airline GOL Linhas Aereas recently stated that 2017 had been the first year of economic growth after six years of slowdown, contraction and a recession. “We’re all feeling this out here in Brazil in a variety of sectors, feeling our way out on the other side of this election cycle, and how we address the challenges of the demand cycle as opposed to a contraction cycle”, said GOL CFO Richard Lark. Speaking on its 3Q2018 financial results call at the beginning of the month, the airline’s CEO Paulo Kakinoff discussed GOL’s expectation for demand following the result of the Brazilian election. He said: “We expect that the outcome of the elections will have a positive impact on business and consumer confidence.” “More than 65% of our clients travel for business reasons, and we believe that eliminating the political uncertainty will spur an increase in corporate activity in general. The appreciation of the Real should also help in the increase of consumer purchasing power for air travel.” he added. However, IATA has warned that against a fragile economic backdrop and ahead of the (recent) election, businesses confidence remained subdued in Brazil. Across the wider region RPK growth ticked down for both North and Latin American carriers in Aug-2018 to 4.6% & 4.4% year-on-year, respectively. Its data shows that only African airlines are showing softer year-on-year growth in passenger volumes at present. https://blueswandaily.com/brazils-gol-and-azul-paint-a-more-optimistic-outlook-for-brazil-with-business-friendly-president-in-office/
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