GOL 737-800. By Rob Finlayson Brazil’s GOL has reported a third-quarter net loss of R$309.4 million ($149.6 million), improved from an R$516.5 million net loss in the year-ago period. The airline cited a 20% fuel increase, a new exchange rate level, an increase in airport fees and a slow pace of economy growth in Brazilas the main causes for the loss. Consolidated numbers include wholly owned subsidiary Webjet (ATW Daily News, Oct. 19, 2011). Revenues grew 7.8% to R$1.9 ...

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