GOL has accelerated its fleet transformation by signing agreements for 28 additional Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft, which is expected to reduce the company’s unit costs by 8% in 2022. “We are accelerating our fleet transformation plan in anticipation of a strong recovery in travel in the post-pandemic environment,” said Paulo Kakinoff, CEO. “The 737 MAX positions GOL more competitively for growth through the expansion of routes and destinations, while also enhancing the Company’s value for all stakeholders through increased efficiency.” The total 28 737 MAX 8 aircraft will replace 23 737-800 NGs by the end of 2022. GOL currently operates
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