GOL 737-300. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. GOL's 2010 net income of BRL214.2 million ($128.6 million) was down 76% from a 2009 profit of BRL890.8 million, a dip attributable in part to higher fuel costs, interest expenses and tax payments, the airline said Wednesday. Revenue for the full year grew 15.8% compared to 2009 to BRL6.98 billion while expenses heightened 11.9% to BRL6.28 billion, including a 26.2% jump in fuel costs to BRL2.29 billion. Operating profit was BRL697.8 million, ...

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