Articles Tagged ‘GOL’

Etihad Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and US Airways launch new Brazilian services in 2013; domestic traffic not growing

Etihad Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and US Airways launch new Brazilian services in 2013; domestic traffic not growing

With the FIFA World Cup now just a year away, Brazil is preparing itself for a global invasion. Domestic traffic may not be growing, but carriers such as Azul and Avianca are growing their market share. Seat capacity across all airports this July is down 1%, but we reveal which major airports are reporting double-digit […]

GOL launches new US services via Santo Domingo

GOL launches new US services via Santo Domingo

GOL connects Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo Guarulhos to both Miami, FL, and Orlando, FL, with flights via Santo Domingo.

US-Caribbean to deliver over 7.5 million seats in W’12/13; nine more routes to come

US-Caribbean to deliver over 7.5 million seats in W’12/13; nine more routes to come

Fancy a vacation somewhere warm, with clear seas and clear skies? anna.aero’s guide on how to get from the US to the Caribbean this winter.


GOL connects Rio de Janeiro and Córdoba in Argentina with a stopping service via São Paulo

GOL connects Rio de Janeiro and Córdoba in Argentina with a stopping service via São Paulo

GOL launches a new stopping route from Rio de Janeiro to Cordoba in Argentina via Sao Paulo.

Azul and Trip grow their combined domestic market share in Brazil to almost 15%; GOL cutting domestic capacity

Azul and Trip grow their combined domestic market share in Brazil to almost 15%; GOL cutting domestic capacity

The Brazilian market continues to grow at a healthy rate, though one of the country’s two biggest carriers is currently cutting domestic capacity. However, merger partners Azul and Trip are still growing rapidly and gradually increasing their share of the domestic market.

GOL trims its domestic operation by 7% in August; adds three international routes

GOL trims its domestic operation by 7% in August; adds three international routes

Brazil’s economy started losing steam earlier this year, and not without an impact on the country’s domestic aviation market. With local demand shrinking, regional carriers growing in strength and LATAM becoming reality, anna.aero examines how Brazil’s GOL fares under its new CEO.


GOL of Brazil launches new routes to Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

GOL of Brazil launches new routes to Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

GOL, the Brazilian airline, now flies from São Paulo Guarulhos to Asunción and Montevideo.

Brazilian airport traffic falls in April for first time in almost three years; Azul and Trip agree to merge

Brazilian airport traffic falls in April for first time in almost three years; Azul and Trip agree to merge

Is the Brazilian aviation market in trouble? As traffic falls for the first time in three years at Brazil’s airports two of the country’s airlines announce plans to merge. How much market share have the smaller Brazilian carriers gained in recent years, and how much have GOL and TAM grown domestically this year compared with […]

Brazilian airport traffic up 15.8% in 2011; Sao Paulo Guarulhos reaches 30 million passengers

Brazilian airport traffic up 15.8% in 2011; Sao Paulo Guarulhos reaches 30 million passengers

Brazil’s airports reported double-digit growth for a third straight year, but are there signs that growth is slowing? How big is Azul’s share of the domestic market now and how many airports handled over three million passengers last year? And which foreign organisations have been selected to help build new airport terminals?


Rio traffic up 20% in 2011, starts 2012 by welcoming Emirates; Alitalia, KLM and Lufthansa all new last year

Rio traffic up 20% in 2011, starts 2012 by welcoming Emirates; Alitalia, KLM and Lufthansa all new last year

Rio’s main airport had a great 2011 with traffic up one-fifth. Where does it rank among Brazil’s airports? Which are the airport’s leading carriers and which new international routes have been started in the last 12 months?

How European LCC network are fundamentally different from LCCs elsewhere in the world

How European LCC network are fundamentally different from LCCs elsewhere in the world

When it comes to the low-cost carrier ‘rulebook’ it seems that there are basically two versions when it comes to network planning models. One for Europe and one for the rest of the world. We explain all in our unique analysis of the world’s leading low-cost airlines.

TAM/GOL duopoly now accounts for 'just' 78% of Brazilian domestic market; third-ranked Azul now has over 9%

TAM/GOL duopoly now accounts for ‘just’ 78% of Brazilian domestic market; third-ranked Azul now has over 9%

Demand for air travel in Brazil continues to grow impressively despite creaking infrastructure. How do domestic and international growth rates compare? How quickly is the TAM/GOL duopoly losing market share? Why will GOL’s market share soon grow significantly? And which carriers are adding international routes to Brazil in the coming months?