Gol registered a 33% growth in domestic demand in December, when supply increased 38%, both compared to November, according to previous traffic data released by the airline on Wednesday.
In the year-over-year comparison, however, there was a 28.5% decline in demand and a 26.7% decline in supply, with the occupancy rate staying at 81%, from 83% a year earlier. Gol said it did not fly international flights in the last month of 2020.
In the whole of last year, the demand for flights in the country decreased 48.3% in comparison with 2019, while the offer decreased 46.8%, causing the occupancy rate to be 80.6% from 82.9% in previous 12 months.
As for international flights, demand plummeted 76.3% and supply decreased by 75% in 2020 compared to 2019, causing the occupancy rate to be 72.3%, from 76.3%.
Translated by LABS