Gol is lowering its full-year earnings per share and revenue forecasts following a plunge in December load factor. The Brazilian LCC now predicts revenues of BRL3.85 billion ($1.79 billion) rather than BRL3.9 billion and EPS of BRL3.15-3.30 rather than BRL3.40-3.65. It flew 1.53 billion RPKs in December, up 48.4% from the year-ago month, but capacity soared 65.4% to 2.26 billion ASKs, dropping load factor 7.8 points to 67.4%.
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