Gol reported second-quarter net income of BRL353.7 million ($191 million), reversed from a BRL166.5 million loss in the year-ago period, citing its revamped route structure focused on shorter-haul flying and the "successful consolidation" of Gol and Varig assets at the end of 2008. It said the strong quarter reflected its "strategic focus on generating consistent operating results. . .based on high frequencies between the main domestic airports, underpinned by punctuality and regularity, and ...

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