Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes, which now operates the LCC of the same name as well as the new Varig, concluded a third quarter it called "a period of growth, consolidation and innovation" with a net income of BRL45.5 million ($26.1 million) that was 76% lower than the BRL190 million profit posted in the year-ago quarter (US GAAP). The company said its principal focus was the enhancement of Varig's product and route network, bringing its costs in line with those of the LCC and readjusting ...

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