(Reuters) – Gol saw demand for flights in Brazil recover 34% compared to September in October. However, according to the company, it’s down 41.1% year over year on Antenna this Thursday.
Domestic supply increased 37% between September and October, but still recorded a 37.5% decrease from October 2019. The company’s flight occupancy rate in the country was 78% from 82.8% a year earlier.
Last month, Gol operated an average of 363 flights a day, reopening three bases, and adding 1,932 flights at Guarulhos and Congonhas (São Paulo), Santos Dumont and Galeão (Rio de Janeiro), and Brasília (Distrito Federal) airports, and Fortaleza (Ceará) ) and Salvador (Bahia).