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Brazilian airline Gol sees a 33% rise in domestic demand in December compared to November, but a 28.5% drop in the annual basis

Gol said it did not fly international flights in the last month of 2020

Brazilian airline Gol
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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.

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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%.

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