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GOL garners trade interest

GOL (G3) met with strong interest at the recent JAWS events for travel agents around the country, says Chris Jones of Discover the World. GOL is the latest airline Discover the World represents here, though it
was established in 2001, initially operating flights within Brazil. ‘The network has grown substantially, and GOL now operates seven international and 63 domestic destinations in South America and the Caribbean,’ says Jones.

‘GOL has a young, modern fleet of Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 Next Generation aircraft, with an average age of seven-and-a-half years.’ Jones points out that GOL has recently joined New Zealand BSP, meaning agents can now self-ticket.
GOL operates a one-class product, with an option to upgrade to Comfort Class for travel within Brazil, and GOL Premium for international travel with benefits such as priority check-in and boarding, VIP lounge at MIA, RIO, SAO and SCL airports
For the flight, passengers can reserve a seat. GOL Premium on-board service includes a hot meal and alcoholic drinks, exclusive restrooms, comfort kit containing a blanket, pillow, toothpaste and toothbrush.

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