Demand for Gol domestic flights falls 41%

Gol informed that the demand for seats on its domestic flights in March was 40.6% lower than a year earlier, illustrating the continued pressure on the airline sector, in the face of social isolation measures to try to contain the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil. The offer of seats by the company was 39.7% lower, also in the annual comparison. With this, the occupancy rate of aircraft decreased 1.1 percentage points compared to March 2020, the first month of the pandemic in the country, to a rate of 71.8%.

Source: UOL Economia