Gol unit revenues up 11% in May

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Brazilian carrier Gol reported year-on-year growth of 11% in passenger revenue per available seat kilometre (PRASK) in May, the carrier announced 17 June.

System-wide passenger traffic declined 2.7% in May, while total capacity fell 2.7%. Load factor remain flat in the month at 66.1%.

Domestic traffic fell 5.6% while domestic capacity was down 6.1%. The domestic passenger load factor rose 0.3 percentage points to 67.2%.

International traffic climbed 40.1% and international capacity increased 39.3% in May, due largely to new daily flights to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, Miami and Orlando.

The international load factor increased 0.3 percentage points to 56.6%.

Fuel prices for the month were down 0.1% year-on-year, adds the carrier.