In September, Gol increased by 0.6% in the total volume of departures, according to previous figures released by the airline. The carrier also showed a slight increase in total seats for the period, 0.7%.
As a result, supply rose 2% and demand rose 5%. The ninth month of the year brought to the airline an occupancy rate of 80.2%, up 2.3% over the same period in 2016.
The punctuality index, however, fell by 1.7% and 95.2% of flights landed on time.
Gol’s total take-offs in the domestic market were 19,036 (+ 0.3%) and the number of seats was 0.3% higher than in September 2016. The supply and demand for flights within Brazil increased by 0.7% and 4.1%, respectively.
The carrier’s international totaled 1,175 departures, an increase of 5.9% compared to last September. The seats performed high of 5.7%. Supply and demand increased by 13.1% each and the aircraft occupancy rate was 74.3%, the same figure for the same period of 2016.
IN NINE MONTHS
With the readjustment of the mesh, domestic and international departures fell by 6% and seats decreased by 5.7% in the year. As a result, supply lost 0.1% and demand grew 2.1%. The occupation rate from January to September was 79.3%, a total of 1.8% higher than the same time in 2016.