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GOL announces traffic statistics for November 2008
GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes released preliminary passenger statistics for November 2008 covering its two brands, GOL and Varig. Consolidated domestic passenger traffic (RPK) for November 2008 decreased 10.1% and capacity (ASK) increased 6.7% compared with November 2007. Domestic load factor for the month was 58.2%, down 10.8 percentage points (pp) on November 2007.
International traffic (RPK) was down 32.3% against a capacity (ASK) fall of 26.3%, resulting in an international load factor of 49.0%. a drop of 4.3 pp.
GOL’s total system load factor for the month of November was 56.8%, down 9.0 pp. Total system capacity fell by 0.2%, while the system traffic (ASK) fell by 13.8%
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