Brazilian airlines continue to try to rebuild their domestic and international flight networks. Of course, there has been enormous progress in the first case, but flights from Brazil are not being received in many countries today, as a result of the new COVID-19 variants.
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In this context, in addition to the need to achieve these goals in a much smaller and competitive market, Gol airline is carrying out a strong expansion plan, which includes the purchase of MAP, based in Manaus.
But, as mentioned, expanding abroad is a challenge, and the airline announced that as of November it will return to the Caribbean, starting with two markets that do not impose special restrictions on Brazilians, such as Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
On November 12, it will start operations to Cancun, flying from Brasilia airport, the federal capital, four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays). It will do so with a Boeing 737-8 with capacity for 186 passengers, totaling 1,488 seats per week (more than 6,000 per month).
On the 13th of the same month, it will fly to Punta Cana from Guarulhos airport, in Sao Paulo, with three weekly frequencies (Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays) and aboard the same type of aircraft, guaranteeing 1,116 seats per week (more than 4,500 per month).
Finally, the company informed that the route between Sao Paulo and Asunción del Paraguay was further postponed and will now be offered as from December 1st.