GOL reported third-quarter net income of BRL110 million ($63.7 million), up 41.2% from a BRL77.9 million profit in the year-ago period, owing to “the upturn in demand in the domestic and international markets and the company’s continuous focus on reducing its operating costs,” GOL said. The carrier also said it signed an agreement to acquire up to 30 Boeing 737-800NGs valued at approximately $2.7 billion with deliveries beginning in 2014. The order brings GOLs total 737 ...

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