São Paulo-based LCC GOL’s third-quarter net profit rebounded as the airline stuck to a “strong discipline in the supply of seats, high load factors and unrelenting cost control” according to GOL CEO Paulo Kakinoff. The airline reported a BRL327.6 million ($103.1 million) net profit for the 2017 third quarter, reversing its BRL0.9 million net loss in 3Q 2016 and representing a net margin of 12.1%, improved on the LCC’s flat net margin a year ...

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