Gol 737-300. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Gol reported a second quarter net loss of BRL51.9 million ($29.6 million), reversed from a BRL353.7 million net profit in the year-ago period, as interest expenses, foreign exchange losses and non-recurring maintenance costs weighed on the bottom line. Quarterly interest expenses totaled BRL81.3 million while foreign exchange losses were BRL29.9 million "mainly due to the impact of the 1.2% appreciation of the dollar on the company's ...

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